The Alfieri Theater

In 1855, during the Risorgimento and at the same time of the opening of Via Cernaia, the architect Panizza designed the Alfieri theater, which initially alternated lyric and equestrian representations, later in the post-war period became one of the most important audiences in the city, hosting different genres, including jazz and plays. The theater was damaged by several fires and each time rebuilt according to the original project.

The theatre in 1905

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