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While there was no performance scheduled during my recent time in Orvieto, I did visit Teatro Mancinelli. Reminiscent of opera houses in Rome and Venice, if more intimate, it has a lovely style and should sound quite good, I expect. I'll try to arrange attendance at an upcoming trip. Just 2 euros to wander about on your own; no brainer... 更多
This theatre has shows running and is still in business. During the day you can pay 2 Euro and visit the theatre. It was a very unique experience to wonder the theatre and discover all the rooms and backstage secrets. This is a self guided tour and there are stairs to climb.
Beautiful theater with lots of history. It only costs 2 euros to step back in time. The theater itself is still putting on productions. You can tour the main floor, orchestra section and then make your way into the boxes and private event rooms. The painting on the ceiling of the theater is incredible. The details throughout the building should... 更多
We visited in May - 2 euros each for a non-guided visit. We were the only people there during our 20 minute stay and wondered why more people had not taken the trouble to come and look at such a beautiful and perfectly restored working theatre. You can admire the wonderful ceiling from the stalls, from any of the 4... 更多
This little jewel box of an opera house is a beauty! 2€ for self tour and takes less than an hour. Features old chandelier that used to be lit by candles and can still be lowered and raised manually. Ceiling has paintings of twelve maidens, over stage three ladies representing music, drama and comedy. Entire place covered in red velvet.... 更多
A friend I met in Orvieto showed me a few gems in that amazing little city, and one of them was Teatro Mancinelli. I didn't get to see a show, but we did peek in the grand theater and there was a rock band rehearsing/sound-checking. It was magnificent! From the painted ceiling to the ornate design around each cozy little... 更多
The beautifully decorated theatre cafe serves as an introduction. Pay a couple of Euros and take yourself around the building, visiting each level and the main auditorium. The frescos are wonderful and main screen depicting a scene from the town's history is remarkable. We visited while the Cardeto vineyards were offering a tasting, so that was a surprising bonus.
This theater now holds a special place in our hearts as we toured it with the owner's proud father who... 更多