Wedding in Titignano and Teatro della Concordia Umbria

wedding in the teatro della concordia
Published: 11 October 2013
Wedding in Titignano and Teatro della Concordia Umbria

Theatre of the Concordia what a place! This marvellous theatre only has 99 seats shared between its boxes and stalls. It was finished in 1808, under the Napoleonic occupation, and was initiated by nine local families. In the second half of the 19th century it was decorated by Cesare Agretti and in 1892 by his son Luigi, only 14 at the time, who painted the ceiling and the vaults, the boxes and the meeting room. After its construction, Monte Castello became a capital of a large territory and enjoyed a particularly vibrant period thanks to the ideals of brotherhood and equality introduced by the new French administration.
The original building has been restored several times. The latest works, after a period of neglect during the 50's and 60's, were finished at the beginning of the 90's. The interior of the theatre, considered "the smallest in the world", is made entirely out of wood in the "Goldoniano" style and represents a rare example of its kind, offering a harmonious and well thought out use of space for scenery, for the actors and the audience.
Plenty of shows take the place each year: prose, opera, classical and jazz concerts. The theatre is also available for meetings and civil weddings