Theatres of Venice: a high quality offer for all audiences
When thinking about Venice, your mind would probably go to the world of theatre: Venice is home to the world famous La Fenice theatre, a recognized temple of opera, and to many other prestigious venues.
Not to mention one of the fathers of comedy: Carlo Goldoni, a Venetian born playwright whose comedies are still represented worldwide more than two centuries after his death.
Love for theatre is still alive in the lagoon: there are several theatres in Venice, and in many of them contemporary plays, concerts and dance shows are performed.
Aurora theatre of Venice is the main theatre of Marghera, on the mainland of Venice. Just like Mestre, Marghera is easily accessible from Venice, just a few minutes of bus…
Cafè Sconcerto theatre
Café Sconcerto theatre in Venice is actually located on the mainland, in the borough of Chirignago (part of the municipality of Venice). Café Sconcerto acting company was funded in Milan…
Fondamenta Nuove theatre
Fondamenta Nuove theatre, located on the extreme Northern side of the city and romantically facing the lagoon, is definitely the place for contemporary shows in Venice. Dance has a very…
Goldoni Theatre in Venice is home to the acting company Teatro Stabile del Veneto, which runs other two important theatres in Padua and Vicenza, too. The building, dating back to…
The tiny Groggia theatre in Venice is located in a residential part of Cannaregio district, and could be easily reached from the vaporetto stop of Sant'Alvise, on the Northern side…
Junghans Theatre on Giudecca island, opened in 2005, is the newest one among Venetian theatres. It is located on Giudecca island, in a building which used to be a warehouse for the…
La Fenice theatre
La Fenice Theatre in Venice is undoubtedly one of the most important and elegant opera houses in the world. Built in 1792, it has burned two times, in 1836 and…
Malibran theatre in Venice was opened in 1678 in the area where the houses of the family of Marco Polo used to be, close to Rialto. It belonged to one…
Arnaldo Momo Theatre is located in via Dante, in the city centre of Mestre, on Venetian mainland. Open from October to June, its Sundays shows are especially addressed to a public…
La Murata Theatre of Mestre, on Venice's mainland, is named after the Italian word mura, to mean that it is located on the site of the ancient walls which existed…