How to buy

Sales

Tickets for single performances of the Season can be purchased at the Theatre Box Office or at points of sale of participating agencies, online via internet and by telephone using a credit card.

Payment at the Theatre Box Office can be made in cash, by bancomat, check or credit card (American Express - Cartasì - Eurocard - Visa - Mastercard).

According to Law 78/2010, Teatro Regio cannot accept payments by cash for amounts over € 999. For payments with cashier's or bank checks and bank transfers the amount is increased to € 3.600. For higher amounts, Law impose to leave one's personal data and tax code.
No limit for payments with credit cards, debit cards and prepaid cards.


Sales calendar

Tickets for any single performance can be bought according to following schedule:

  • from Saturday 22 June 2013
    performances of Simon Boccanegra (15 October), Rigoletto (17, 22 and 25 October), La traviata (18 and 24 October) and Verdi, narrar cantando (14 and 15 November)
  • from Saturday 21 September 2013
    all performances in subscription of Simon Boccanegra, La traviata, 
    Il barbiere di Siviglia, Limb's Theorem, Giselle

  • from Saturday 23 November 2013
    all perfomances of The Magic Flute, Madama Butterfly, Turandot, ToscaA Florentine Tragedy - Gianni Schicchi, Guglielmo Tell,
    The Rake's ProgressThe Merry Widow

Booking for groups

Booking is reserved exclusively for clubs, associations and agencies that request at least 25 tickets, with an obligatory minimum purchase of 20 seats, according to the following schedule:

  • from Monday 17 June 2013
    performances of Simon Boccanegra (15 October), Rigoletto (17, 22 and 25 October), La traviata (18 and 24 October) and Verdi, narrar cantando (14 and 15 November)
     
  • from Monday 16 September 2013
    all performances in subscription of Simon Boccanegra, La traviata,
    Il barbiere di Siviglia
    , Limb's Theorem and Giselle

  • from Monday 18 November 2013
    all performances of The Magic Flute, Madama Butterfly, Turandot,
    Tosca, A Florentine Tragedy - Gianni Schicchi, Guglielmo Tell,
    The Rake's Progress, The Merry Widow