The Sodre has three auditoriums and an exhibition hall.
National Auditorium Dra. Adela Reta
Located on Andes St. and Mercedes St., it is the largest stage in the country. It has become a reference for national and regional culture.
It is an exhibition and artistic production center that presents music, ballet and opera shows, as well as companies that combine multiple disciplines.
Today, it has three spaces: the Eduardo Fabini Hall, with 1,850 seats, is the largest concert hall in the country, the Hugo Balzo Hall, capable of holding up to 300 spectators, and the Amphitheatre for performances, with 60 attendees.
It also has 11 rehearsal rooms for the artistic crews and production workshops, where the stage productions, costumes, curtains, characterizations and makeup are carried out.
Accessibility: It has access through ramps, elevator, accessible bathroom and areas for people in wheelchairs.
Phone: (+598) 2900 7084
Auditorium Nelly Goitiño
Located on 18 de Julio Av. and Río Branco St., the auditorium is located where the Eliseo Cinema used to be, inaugurated in 1949.
The facade of the building resembles an Egyptian temple. On the sides are two ribbed columns of art deco influence, which play with the irony of the masks of comedy and tragedy instead of the capital. Furthermore, the facade has a frieze of allusive characters.
Today it has three spaces. The original room, called Héctor Tosar Hall, in memory of the Uruguayan pianist and composer, has a capacity for 503 seats. On the ground floor is Room B with 80 seats, which symbolically refers to the last room standing, after the Auditorium Study fire in 1971. The basement currently houses historical props and costumes from the Sodre.
Accessibility: It has access through ramps, elevator and areas for people in wheelchairs.
Phone: (+598) 2900 3071
Auditorium Vaz Ferreira
It is located in the first basement of the National Library, on 1790 18 de julio Av.
It has a main hall as an anteroom and a Steinway grand concert piano. It has a capacity for 405 people.
Accessibility: It has an accessible entrance and ramp.
Phone: (+598) 2900 3071
Exhibition Hall of the Sodre
Located in the heart of the Old City, on the corner of Sarandí St. and Misiones St., it houses various contents of Sodre productions, in which national and foreign artists can project themselves to the world.
It is presented as a space for the public to dialogue, from another perspective, with the creation and talent of artists, through the presentation of their exquisite heritage, as well as exposing proposals from these and other latitudes that add value to our society.
Phone: (+598) 2916 0245