Walking from the bath house complex down a paved columned street, there is a partially excavated area on the right. This is the site of the amphitheatre where excavations where abandoned in 1974.
The outer walls of the theatre are clearly visible and only half of the original structure has been rebuilt. The solid structure of today would have been supplemented by more tiered seating with an auditorium of between forty and fifty rows. The foundations of the buttresses that supported the additional seating are to be seen at the rear of the theatre. There are now nineteen tiers divided by eight rows of steps with a central section that has a larger seating area and was most likely for use by the city dignitaries. The stage area is impressively large measuring 120ft (37m) wide, with an area of dressing rooms at the back now sadly overgrown by mimosa bushes. The orchestra measures 85ft (26m) in diameter and would have had a floor of opus sectile paving.