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Teatro della Pergola

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Lovely Romeo and Juliet

This theatre looks like nothing from the inside but is gorgeous inside. The seating layout is... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2017
Ruth O
via mobile
Be careful of which seats you choose when sitting in a box.

Be careful with the seats in the boxes. We had seats A & B in box 19 which sounds like they are... read more

Reviewed 25 December 2016
Florence, Italy
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17 Feb 2017
“Lovely Romeo and Juliet ”
25 Dec 2016
“Be careful of which seats you choose when sitting in a box.”
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Via della Pergola 12/32, 50121, Florence, Italy
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Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

This theatre looks like nothing from the inside but is gorgeous inside. The seating layout is perplexing..We had seats for the first level 2 E/D which turned out to be box 15...I still have no clue why! There a lots of lovely little boxes with...More

1  Thank Ruth O
Reviewed 25 December 2016

Be careful with the seats in the boxes. We had seats A & B in box 19 which sounds like they are situated in the front of the box, right? Not so - we sat behind chairs marked C & D. From that viewpoint one...More

1  Thank Arizonapopi1
Reviewed 24 May 2016

The Teatro della Pergola is a lovely old building which houses an auditorium used for musical shows, performances and recitals. Located on Via della Pergola, it is great place to go enjoy some wonderful music!

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Reviewed 16 May 2016

We had the great pleasure of discovering and attending a performance of Beethoven sonatas -- on an original fortepiano -- the instrument for which the music was originally written. The Russian artist (Alexandra -- with a last name that cannot be written in English) was...More

1  Thank MarshaEv
Reviewed 18 March 2016

Historic & nicely preserved --- as well as being functional/ comfortable (given the seats a tad narrow & the leg room limited!) whatever is on that you fancy one thing is constant..this Opera-style auditorium is a delight. Next time I'm going to try one of...More

1  Thank John N
Reviewed 28 June 2014

The web site did not make clear that this was a very old building, with basic facilities in the theatre auditorium and no air conditioning. The 17c boxes have chairs, rather than theatre seat and the view from the d and e seats is poor....More

4  Thank krislt28
Reviewed 27 April 2014

Attended a lovely performance, was shocked how noisy the audience was however (phones and chatting). Great old theater with a love cafe off the lobby. Did the "backstage tour" and was disappointed how poorly lit and dusty the exhibits were - not really worth it....More

2  Thank wendy w
Reviewed 14 November 2012

We met the Casals Quartet at Zia Gigi and decided to attend their concert. The Teatro is a wonderful place for music, a romanesque venue with fine acoustics. The audience was sophisticated and, like us, thoroughly enjoyed the Schubert celebration from the stage.

5  Thank Celerity
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