Dinner theater in concept; quite a production in reality.
Starts at 1930; arrive at 1915. Theater open all day for ticket sales, etc. Credit cards accepter. It has a full shop selling sauces, wines, ties, etc. Or can buy tickets right before production.
Arrival: When entrance opens at 1930, everyone dashes for seats. Comfy chairs at tables for two go fast. Large tables mixed in for groups. Then dinner starts.
Dinner: There are many courses. You will get full. Resist the urge to fill your plate with first course. It's appetizers. You might not want any. Don't worry. Much, much more will come soon. They proudly & loudly announce from the kitchen, which is enclosed by glass only, each course. Then everyone rushes to the serving table. Don't worry. They refill. You won't miss out. After dessert, entertainment begins.
Drinks: Water is self-serve as well. Large glass decanters are in the lobby. Fill one while you wait for doors to open at 1930. Bubbly & naturale faucets. Wine in waiting area as well in large wooden box. Fill by the glass (or decanter, I suppose, if large party).
Entertainment: Everyone moves their chairs to the stage area immediately after dessert. Some seats will be set up by the staff already. Just move your comfy chair closer. We saw a James Taylor act. In English. Songs we knew. Lasted little over one hour. Great fun.
Total time: Maybe 2 hours.
Cost: Our show was 30,00 euros per ticket. Note, you must buy an annual membership. They are 7,00 euros each. Receive nice membership card (think: souvenir (see pic)).
WC (restroom): In lobby. Super clean.
Staff: All wonderful. If English-speaking, non-issue.
Location: Easy to find. Straight shot from city center. Take Via del Corso off center of Piazza della Repubblica (opposite carousel). Walk to Piazza Sant' Ambrogio. Turn right on Via dei Macci. Few doors down on right. Can't miss. (By Mercato Sant' Ambrogio.)
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