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Teatro Salone Margherita

Via Dei Due Macelli 75, 00187 Rome, Italy
+39 06 679 1439
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Interesting and lovely

We heard "La Traviata" there, good performance and very interesting hall - intimate (about 200... read more

Reviewed April 17, 2017
Pelet b
Incredible experience

Try to get tickets for the show that include dinner in a box upstairs. For 90 euros per head you... read more

Reviewed April 3, 2017
Manchester, United Kingdom
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Salone Margherita Theatre was born in 1898 in the heart of Rome. The name Margherita was a clear homage to Margherita of Savoia, King Umberto's first wife. Here typical vaudeville shows were presented to flaunt more luxury and refinement than in any theatre in Rome. In the '10s, the best comedians and the most searched soubrettes of the age appeared in the playbill of the theatre and, throughout the past century, it has been a theater attached to the revue, Roman comedy, vaudeville show and operetta. Since 2011 I Virtuosi dell'opera di Roma performed here an important part of their Concert's Season.
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Via Dei Due Macelli 75, 00187 Rome, Italy
Campo Marzio
+39 06 679 1439
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Reviewed April 17, 2017

We heard "La Traviata" there, good performance and very interesting hall - intimate (about 200 seats) and unique late 19 century decoration.

Thank Pelet b
Reviewed April 3, 2017

Try to get tickets for the show that include dinner in a box upstairs. For 90 euros per head you get your own box for the evening and a really pleasant 4 course meal. The wine isn't too expensive (around 20-30 euros per bottle). La...More

1  Thank Johnnie_Tee
Reviewed November 12, 2016

Booked for my birthday. Few days prior to going received apologetic email that my booking had to be cancelled or moved. Disappointed but REALLY glad we still were able to go just a different evening. The theatre is beautiful quirky and sumptuous. Easy to get...More

1  Thank Yvonne C
Reviewed November 12, 2016

Booked this on line and didn't know what to expect as we have never been to an opera. Had a wonderful evening, didn't understand a word of La Travita but understood the plot. Small opera house but immaculate in every detail. Had the dinner option...More

2  Thank andrew c
Reviewed November 10, 2016 via mobile

We went to see La Traviata and had a wonderful nights entertainment. We had dinner before as the show started at 8:30pm but were advised to come early when the doors open an hour before as the seats are not allocated you are just booking...More

5  Thank PETOC
Reviewed October 8, 2016 via mobile

Having never been to opera we felt that this was something we must do in Rome. We opted for the box with dinner at 90 euros each. We thoroughly enjoyed the opera. The performance was excellent. The food was a little disappointing. Although there were...More

1  Thank lisa-h-20161
Reviewed September 25, 2016

We saw a beautiful performance of La Traviata. The theater is small and intimate. We were able to sit in the front block and could watch the orchestra as well as the opera. Having a small buffet before the performance was an added surprise. The...More

1  Thank 310gilson
Reviewed September 24, 2016 via mobile

I took my nana to this theater as a surprise & she loved it! The tickets for the back stalls are very affordable & you can still get a decent view. I paid a fraction of what I would have for the theater in Venice....More

1  Thank Heather F
Reviewed September 16, 2016

Small intimate theatre. Seating slightly cramped but this would not detract me from going to this theatre in the future Food provided prior to performance basic but of good quality . Production was excellent and dance sequence outstanding given the small sage. The fact there...More

1  Thank David R
Reviewed September 7, 2016 via mobile

This was our first opera but not our last. It was amazing. We had a box above the stage so we could see the orchestra, ordinance and the scene changes which we enjoyed. We had dinner which comprised of 5 small dishes of traditional Roman...More

1  Thank JulesT17
Campo Marzio
From its original role as ancient army training fields
to its present-day identity as one of the city’s most
desirable neighborhoods, the Campo Marzio is the best
place to get lost in Rome. Gorgeous Renaissance and
Baroque palazzos line the streets, and are filled with
enticing boutiques and food shops. By day, Rome’s
best-dressed denizens criss-cross its streets in a
fashionable parade of errands, occasionally pausing to
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March 7, 2017|
Response from andrew c | Reviewed this property |
not too many steps and not to steep. quite a small theatre so nothing to worry about. beware however there is limited waiting room if you are there before theatre opens and it can be busy in cafe area entrance so better be... More