Queen’s Theater

Designed by Pier Luigi Cervellati in 1984, it is a typical “Italian-style Theatre”, the first in Italy built ex novo after the war.
Inaugurated on 14th January 1996, the theatre was built in record time, only nine years, to prove the great City commitment to the culture as an instrument of Civil Growth. The plan of the Theatre of the Regina (Teatro della Regina) proposes the classic horseshoe plant, typical of the Italian Theatre. The two rows of boxes, crowned by a large Gallery, embrace the audience and make acoustics simply perfect.

Architect Pier Luigi Cervellati combined with extreme elegance and modernity the basic scheme of the Italian Theatre with the functionality and versatility required to a modern Concert Hall. The theatre has 700 seats, another 200 seats are in the luxurious foyer, used also
for meetings and conferences. The stage, 12 meters wide and 10 meters long, can host Orchestras up to 50 elements. Furniture, curtains and armchairs, in a beautiful emerald colour, are produced by the prestigious firm Frau.