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Brancaccio Theater

6905 Visits

Overview

Title
Brancaccio Theater
Author
Vanessa82
Rating
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Year
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Cost
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Average visit time
120 minutes
Address
226 Via Merulana, 00185 Rome RM
Hours of operation
depends on event
Contacts
Phone: 848448800
Website: www.teatrobrancaccio.it

Description

The Teatro Brancaccio in Rome was inaugurated in 1916 in the ownership of the principles Brancaccio, in the Esquilino district of Rome. The project of the theater was entrusted to Carlo Sacconi, an engineer from the family trust. The layout of the room, however, was entrusted to the painter Francesco Arcangeli and the famous architect Adolf Coppedè. Over the years, the Roman theater has hosted major players such as Totò, Anna Magnani, but also well-known musicians such as Luis Armstrong, Paul Anka, the Beatles and Jimi Hendrix. Today the theater is under the direction of Stage Entertainment, which handled the important work of recovery.