Teatro di Pirandello

Teatro di Pirandello, Agrigento: Address, Phone Number, Teatro di Pirandello Reviews: 4/5

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usacobbler
Dublin531 contributions
A lovely theatre
Aug 2017 • Solo
This is a gorgeous gem of a theater that is well worth the admission fee of €2.50 plus it has an interesting history. I couldn't believe I was the only person there.
Written August 25, 2017
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Winnipeg1991
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Interesting Experience
Nov 2016 • Friends
After we checked in at our B&B a short walk away we were told by the owner we could check out this theater. For a nominal entry fee we were shown the place by some what bewildered man. He seemed surprised by our presence and interest in the place. He actually asked if we wanted to hear about the theater or just look and take pictures! He really didn't speak English, though did read out a prepared description in Italian my fellow travelers could understand. This theater is charming, representing a day gone by. I'm not sure I'd go out of my way to see the place, but I thoroughly enjoyed both the visit and our astounded host. If your B&B is near, you should come.
Written November 15, 2016
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DrBenStafford
Beaumont, TX181 contributions
The theater is in the City Hall!
Dec 2015 • Couples
Teatro Luigi Pirandello is located in the Piazza Luigi Pirandello at the top of via Atenea in Agrigento. It is a bit difficult to find if you haven’t been before because it is inside the Agrigento City Hall. It is right next to the large church of Saint Dominick. This is a very beautiful theater but it is important to remember that it is a working theater not a museum, there are no ongoing displays for tourists here.

The day we went the theater as closed but we asked in the police station at the front of City Hall and they called someone who let us in. No one around spoke English when we were there but we gestured at the theater and mentioned Pirandello and they knew what we wanted.

We waited for the man with the keys and he let us into the theater. There were people inside preparing for a production of "IL MIO NOME E’NESSUNO, L’ULISSE” that would open that weekend. The man was very nice and even with my limited Italian to ask questions he let us into the box seats and backstage. If you are interested in theater arts this is a beautiful building to see. If you are interested in technical theater then the back stage will interest you. Just remember, unless you come for a performance, there is nothing here setup for tourists to view.
Written January 18, 2016
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