The main theater is located in the pedestrian center of Zamora, but it can be tricky to locate as it is situated in a cul-intersection of C / Irrigation. The building is the former convent of Santa Paula, conditioning and patio comedies in 1606. It has been declared a National Monument. The theater is where many of the city's cultural events take place include theather, dance and concerts ... It can hold 366 people in the audience.
In Plaza de Francisco are both the Latorre Theatre and Plaza de Toros, which have been declared of cultural interest (in the Monument category). The bullring is now under renovation. The theater was recently renovated, and the truth is that the outside does not say much because it looks almost new, except for a cover of stone. It was built in the first half of the nineteenth century, on the site of an ancient open-air theater, in the Elizabethan-style. Its name comes from the famous actor Carlos Latorre. It has all kinds of theater, concerts, dance ... in the city.