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It may help kids to enjoy the show if (parents) read (in advance) the story in the booklet sold separately at the ticket desk. It is a nice story, buy perhaps a bit too aggressive for some toddlers. Theater may be full so it may...More
We thoroughly enjoyed the performance of ‘Rinaldo and the dragon in the grotto’ which was enacted in the delightful vaulted puppet theatre in the Guidecca. Everything was very well organised with allocated seating on pews with cushions. The squeals and laughter from the front rows...More
Very average experience. Extremely overrated. Staff were rude, unfriendly and insulting. Making obnoxious comments and assuming that as a foreigner that I spoke no Italian. Very ignorant and unprofessional. Small children were separated from their parents and placed down the front. We took a 4...More
This marionette museum is fascinating and the show is well done as well. Marionettes of all descriptions are on display but the most fascinating is the politics behind the theatre itself as the well informed guides will tell you all about
We really enjoyed the show – it's a little 'crash, bang wallop' at times but the setting, the story and the super puppets were very impressive. Well worth a visit if you can. Do buy a programme if your Italian is poor.
Picked up tickets during the day when we were on the area to ensure we didn't miss out. The unexpected bonus of this is that they assign seating when you buy the tickets so we got quite good seats near the middle of the theatre....More
I went by the theatre three times at various times of the day last week on Sept 14th and never found it open. Website gave the open hours and the calendar showed a performance that night so I'm not sure what I was missing. I...More
TeatroDeiPupi, Responsabile relazioni pubbliche at Teatro dei Pupi, responded to this reviewResponded 23 September 2017
Dear user, our facilities (theater, laboratory and museum) are open all day (closing is only for lunch break), from 10:00 am. at 08:00 pm.
On our website there are no opening hours, but the start times for shows, which are respected every day.
Book online. No need to queue up for seats as pre reserved. Dont expect anything but Italian language...well we are in Italy! Cant bear hearing people complain about how the show wasnt in English. Buy a 50c programme before you go in and read the...More