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Piccolo Teatro

A small theatre with an ever-growing presence and audience, the Piccolo Teatro will guarantee a lovely evening in Milan.

Established in 1947, the Piccolo Teatro was the first public theatre built in all of Italy, and it sits right  in the heart of Milan. The theatre is a hub of all art forms and houses everything from film festivals and dance performances to “round tables” in which cultural matters are discussed. Here you will find international performers as well as local artists who want their voices to be heard. Reserve tickets for a jazz show or play, and before sitting down for the show of a lifetime, have a glass of wine or aperitif at Caffé Letterario, located in a courtyard adjoining the Piccolo Teatro.

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Piccolo Teatro

largo Greppi, 20121 Milano