- Address: Corso Buenos Aires, 33, 20124 Milano, Italy
- Phone: +39-0200660606
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Entertainment, Performance, Play, Stage Show, Theatre, Concert, Family And Kids
Elfo Puccini - Review
This modern theatre housed in a historic building has three stages. They are the Shakespeare Hall, the Fassbinder hall, and the Bausch room. That means, unlike most of the other theatres in Milan, they usually have three shows going on at once. At least one of them is bound to spike your interest. For on these stages the theatre organises some truly excellent productions, with both contemporary and classical works. Concerts are frequent too. The bar service is supposed to be excellent.
Elfo Puccini Hours
- Closed Mid-July - early September.
- Closed on Sunday.
- Times given here are for the ticket office. Actual show times are different.
- Ticket office also opens 30 minutes before showtime.
How To reach Elfo Puccini by Public Transport
- Subway M1 stop Lima
- Bus 60 and N6 stop Via Plinio P.le Bacone
- Bus 81 stop P.le Bacone
- Tram 5, 33 stop P.ta Venezia V.le Tunisia
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Things to Know Before Visiting Elfo Puccini
0.03% of people who visit Milan include Elfo Puccini in their plan
95% of people start their Elfo Puccini visit around 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Elfo Puccini
95% of people prefer walking in order to reach Elfo Puccini
People normally also visit L.O.V.E. while planning their trip to Elfo Puccini.
Elfo Puccini, Milan Reviews
It is amazing experience to perform there. And also watching show as audience.
I started attending plays here just after it opened, eight years ago, and I've always found it to be one of the best theatres in Milan. They offer a wide, diverse selection of contemporary plays, while also integrating a few classics each season (in the words of Elio De Capitani, "every year someone turns sixteen and has never seen Shakespeare"). Very rarely have I been disappointed by a play at this theatre. While the seasonal offer also includes avant-garde productions that might not appeal to all audiences, anyone who has the slightest interest in theatre should attend the two or three great classics that they offer each year, typically brought to the scene by true masters such as Lavia, De Capitani, Bruni and Orsini.
The most interesting season in town
We were in a small room and was all were good. Chairs were very comfortable and enough space available.
CIAO...IMEXPHIE THE CHOREOPGRAPHER of the VIP DANCE SCHOOL FOR FILIPINOS IJUST WANT TO KNOW HOW MUCH IS THE RENT EXPENSE FOR THIS TEATRO