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In the sentences you provide, izquierda and derecha are nouns, and are not bound to teatro and café. Like in many languages, the same words can be used as adjectives, and when they are used in that way, they will agree in gender with the nouns they modify (e.g., al lado derecho). But in this case, they are being used as nouns, specifically as objects of a ...
We do not agree nouns in Spanish; apart from that, posesive adjectives (apart from nuestro and nuestra) do not agree in gender either, only in number. Whenever you want to express location, feminine is used with these words. Voltee a la derecha. No veo nada a mi izquierda. However, it is possible to say "derecho" as an adjective: Tu brazo izquierdo está ...
Nouns do not have to agree in gender. For example: The man is in the house. El hombre está en la casa El hombre is masculine and la casa is feminine.
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