Sala Umberto Theater

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The Sala Umberto Theater, located in the heart of Rome, a few steps from Spanish Steps, was designed by Architect Andrea Busiri Vici with decorations by the renowned set designer Alessandro Bazzani, inaugurated in 1882 as a concert hall with the name of “Teatro della Piccola Borsa”. In the early twentieth century, after major expansion works, it was called "Sala Umberto", a name it still retains today, in honor of the then King of Italy and in those years it stood out as a “Temple of Variety and  the Italian Rivista”, in where important shows are staged with the most famous actors of the time.

Now Teatro Sala Umberto is  a consolidated reality in the panorama of Roman theaters, in recent years the hall has hosted a theatrical program that ranges from contemporary theater to dance, from recitals to concerts.





Sala Umberto Theatre

Via della Mercede, 50