Theatre in Centro Storico

Teatro Argentina

Founded in 1732, Rome’s top theatre is one of three managed by the Teatro di Roma – the other two are the Teatro India and the Teatro di Villa Torlonia. Rossini’s Barber of Seville premiered here in 1816, and these …
Outdoor Cinema in Centro Storico

Isola del Cinema

From mid-June to September, the Isola Tiberina sets the stage for a season of outdoor cinema, featuring Italian and international films, some shown in their original language.
Theatre in Centro Storico

English Theatre of Rome

The English Theatre of Rome stages a mix of contemporary and classic plays, comedies and bilingual productions at the Teatro L’Arciliuto near Piazza Navona. Check their Facebook page for news of upcoming performance…
Cinema in Centro Storico

Cinema Nuovo Olimpia

Squeezed into a tight corner near Piazza del Parlamento, this small cinema screens new releases and old classics, often in their original language.