The Alcazar Theatre was built in the early Nules century Alcázar Bartrina the family in order to equip people with ample space conditioning for use as a theater, auditorium, etc.. Following the civil war, the building was badly damaged and had to be demolished except the facade. Inés Alcázar in 1950 submitted an application to build a new building for theater and cinema, which opened in 1952 with the operetta "The bunch of roses. " Its capacity was 1,218 spectators. Its construction was undertaken by the architect Vicente Figueroa.
Over the years the building fell into decline. It would be in 1996 when the municipality decided to purchase the building from the Alcázar of 102 million pesetas, in order to preserve and promote this landmark building. We carried out a complex work of restoration by architects Francisco Grande and Ignacio Gil-Mascarell, respecting as much as possible existing elements. It also expanded the stage, dressing rooms were built, the amphitheater was adapted as a movie theater, installed air conditioning and heating and replaced the cover. At present, for their technical equipment and capacity, the theater can be seen as unique in Valencia.