Macau Cultural Center

The Macao Cultural Centre was founded in 1999 and remains a modern space that marks the cityscape surround it. Its several venues open for the Macao audience provide quality programmes, such as performances, conferences, exhibitions, among other projects organized by CCM or hirers.

With a total area of 45.000 m², the Centre includes a building with an area of 11.920 m² with 5 floors, including a complex with two auditoriums, an art museum and Handover Gifts Museum.

The complex of auditoria is composed of two venues for performances: The Grand Auditorium, with capacity for 1,076 spectators and the Small Auditorium for smaller shows and movies, with 389 seats. Both halls have simultaneous interpretation booths, as well as the most sophisticated sound and light systems.

Besides the auditoria, there are other important spaces in the complex as a conference room with capacity for 200 persons, Rehearsal room for orchestra, music and dance studios, multi-purpose rehearsal room, VIP room, etc. The Cultural Centre also has Parking Lot, Box office and a reception desk and is served by a Wi-Fi system.

The art museum has five exhibition halls with an approximate area of 4,000 m2, plus a conference room and a multimedia library. This is the largest space dedicated to visual arts in Macao.

Av. Xian Xing Hai S/N NAPE Macau
+853 2870 0699
31 August 2014

The creative moments will start with Disney classic musicals "Cinderella" and "Aladdin" presented by the participants of the Musical GoGoGo!

23 July 2014

Fingerstyle is a guitar playing technique immensely popular overseas. What makes it appealing is that it adds percussiveness to the elegance of classical music.

28 August-13 September

@Creative Macau

1-20 August 2014

@ Creative Macau
Joao's work establishes a connection between artistic practice and life practice.

9 & 10 August 2014

“Magic Piano” tells us the story of Anna, who lives with her auntie in Poland after her dad had to leave to find work abroad.

22-24 August 2014

Theatresports was developed by Keith Johnstone in the 1970s in Canada. He created the new formats where two teams are competing against each other and getting scored for their performances.

29 July-3 August 2014

Take your shoes off, let the little ones enter the big magical tent and marvel with “Songs From Above”, a sweet and gentle journey to the world of puppetry for very young children.

13 June 2014

Celebrate Portugal Day with Joao Pedro Pais.

26 & 27 July 2014

Maurice and Cornelius, two greedy, lazy and funny clowns, take advantage of the crepe vendor’s absence to snick into her stand.

30 & 31 August 2014

Staged in a magical space, Constellations brings five dancers on stage conveying the Catalan painter’s emotional universe.