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In the heart of the center, this is an excellent cinema with Dolby surround sound. It is most crowded at the weekends, and it is a welcoming place with excellent sound that shows great films, at different hours including in the early afternoon and at midnight. It is also being restored inside.
This is a comfortable cinema in the very heart of the city, with Dolby surround sound. It is always busy at the weekends, showing the latest releases. The showings are at times which should suit everyone, no matter what their obligations might be. The theatre, with its red velvet chairs, is clean and well-kept, and there is a bar and cafeteria service at the entrance.
After the Colosseum in Rome the largest amphitheatre in Italy. In summer: open-air opera.
A modern multiplex at the heart of the city, Multisala Rivoli - Verona offers a cinema experience that's second to none. This theater spoils you for choice with a number of films to choose from, including latest releases form Hollywood and Europe, a few classic hits and a number of local productions and Indie films. Modernized and equipped with a variety of state-of-the-art features, including ticket vending machines and cutting-edge projection and audio systems, here the audience is treated a near-futuristic cinema experience.
This theater in the city center is run by the Fillippini's. All the shows that are put on are aimed at children: fairy stories, short plays, puppet shows and dances. The shows are on in the mornings, so that school groups can attend, but there are also shows on Sunday afternoons so that "grown-up children" can enjoy them too!
The Teatro Filarmonico was started in 1605 by Domenico Curtoni. His design was obviously Palladian in inspiration and was originally in the form of a semicircle with an open gallery in wood. The majestic façade with its columns was erected in 1608, and the reception (now the theater's foyer) in 1612. In 1770 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart performed here; he was only 14 at the time. The form of the building that you see today was completed in 1729. A fire destroyed much of it in 1749, while in 1945 it was hit and damaged by bombs; it was rebuilt in 1969.