In the Upper Town, a 19th-century architectural jewel, an Italian-style theatre, designed by Leopoldo Pollock. The Theatre of the Society, this was its original name, born at the time of a competition between the Upper Town and the Lower Town.
In addition to its original theatrical vocation, it is an ideal venue for multimedia performances, conferences and exhibitions.
Located a stone’s throw from Piazza Vecchia, the theatre includes a big Hall, oval shape, for performances.
– 646 (with the orchestra pit closed)
– 618 (with the orchestra pit open)
– 282 seats (including 4 disabled seats)
– Boxes with 344 seats.
The foyer of the Theatre recently restored its Venetian-style floors, ceiling frescoes and walls embellished with floral decorations and stucco. Covering approximately 250 square meters, the foyer is a space made up of four rooms, one of which is multipurpose and the other a bar. It is for hosting various possible events in the Theatre, such as meetings, conferences, exhibitions, weddings, banquets.