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Standing tall on the foundations of the Teatro di Pompeo, the Teatro dei Satiri has still retained its charm after its long innings of being in action. Well-known for staging satire and well-timed comic plays, Teatro dei Satiri as the name suggests has always live up to its repute. With many glorious first-timers having been played here, the theater has been a witness to some of the greatest names in Italian theater. Enjoy an evening of slapstick comedy or serious satires at the theater. Check website for schedules.
One of the most appreciated places in the neighborhood of Monti, Caffè Bohèmien can be visited for fun times as well as for quiet moments or reading your favorite book. The small menu consists of contemporary pastas, soups and other dishes for quick bits. They also offer a small cocktail, wines and whiskey collection to enjoy in the company of the grand piano that can be played by anyone. Their space can also be used by photographers, painters and artists for exhibiting their work for the arty patrons. So whether a casual hangout or an entertaining evening dinner, this place is sure a must visit! Reservations on the weekends is a must. Check out the website or call ahead for more information.
Rome is a city where you will always find something to do; there are museums to visit, historical monuments to admire, and some wonderful restaurants to eat at. But if you're in the mood for some entertainment, Il Puff should definitely make it to the top of your list. Situated in Trastevere, this cabaret entertains you with some fantastic song, dance, and comedy, and a good time is guaranteed. The restaurant and bar make it a completely satisfying night out. The prices for the weekend would cost you a little more than that on weekdays. These prices are not inclusive of dinner.
This local cultural center invites social inclusion, hoping to promote open-mindedness though art. It hosts various events, including exhibitions, social gatherings, round tables, operas, dance and singing concerts, and all kinds of performances, all in the name of ending discrimination. The decor of this place is grand with elegant chandeliers and lighting. Holding a capacity of more than 150 guests, this place is used for entertainment with huge audiences. To plan an event, know schedules and more information, call ahead or check out the website.
Founded in the late 19th Century by the entrepreneur Costanzi, this theater was for a long time considered to be one of the most prestigious opera theaters in Europe. Having gone through some difficult years, the Teatro dell'Opera has recently returned to its status as a primary venue for opera, ballet and symphonic music seasons. During the summer, opera is staged at the lovely Terme di Caracalla or the beautiful Piazza di Siena in the Villa Borghese gardens.
Literately translated as "theater at the baths of Caracalla", Teatro alle Terme di Caracalla is so named for its proximity to the ruins of the Baths of Caracalla. Originally constructed in 212 CE, today the extensive remains of what was once a busy bathhouse create a dramatic backdrop for the Teatro dell'Opera di Roma's summer season. Rome's contrasts come together harmoniously under the summer sky in this magnificent venue.
Rebuilt from the ruins of what burnt down years ago, Ambra Jovinelli is one of the oldest theaters in Rome. The theater's reputation was that of a class venue with the best performances, finest actors and spectacular plays. Despite risking the chance of shutting down once, Ambra Jovinelli is back and how! The never die spirit of the Romans shines through this fine extension of art from within. With a new theater season lined up and a lot more to be added to the ever-growing cultural heritage, this theater will remain a classic.
A vibrant theater and a hot spot for performing of arts, is a vast space which can accommodate more than 400 guests. Beautiful balconies accessible through walkways, provide a panoramic view of the dramas and plays. Theater-lovers throng the place and get their tickets booked in advance.
At Bowling Roma, a fun time is guaranteed, for there are so many things to do! Although known primarily as a great bowling spot, it has lots more to offer you. You can spend your time playing billiards, video games and table football, and if you get tired, you can always head over to the restaurant and bar for refreshments. Bowling Happy Hour gets even better- one drink and a game for a discounted price.
Formerly called Foro Mussolini and known for its fascist architecture, the Foro Italico is the largest sports complex in Rome and the heart of Roman sport. The Foro houses the largest sports facility in Rome, the Stadio Olympico, the Stadio della Farnesina, the Stadio dei Marmi, the Stadio del Nuoto, and the seat of the Italian National Olympic Committee. Eleven clay tennis courts host the the WTA Premiere Live event, the Italian Open, and the ATP World Tour Masters 100.
For a day of enjoyment with the whole family, Brunswick proves to be an ideal venue. Everyone can enjoy competing against one another, and the children can even go and enjoy bowling by themselves at the lanes reserved for them. The fun is not restricted to bowling, though; mini-golf is another game that has everyone hooked. There is even a restaurant serving pastas, pizzas and more. The occasional bowling party, complete with DJ, is also organized.
A masterpiece of modern architecture at the time of its construction in the 1950s, major renovations around the turn of the century have rendered this space ideal for a wide variety of events and shows. The major indoor sporting and entertainment event space in Rome, Palalottomatica also features a restaurant with space for 300 people. For some of the most entertaining events or games, this place is a must visit! To find out more about the event schedules, tickets bookings, and other details, check out the website or call ahead.