Built in 1860, the Dom Pedro V Theatre, also known as the Macao Theatre (Macau Theatre), is a 276-seat venue for performance art, including music shows and dance.
The theatre is China’s first-ever Western-style performance facility. Inside are two circular balconies, similar to classic European theatres. The building is considered among one of Macau’s most important architectural structures, embodying both romanticism and neoclassical design.
Still used for the performing arts, visitors can take in a performance in this grand environment with tickets starting at only 60MOP. If you don’t have time to catch a show, peek inside between performances for a glimpse of the ornate designs. You can find a list of upcoming performances and schedules here.