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These are the best cultural venues in town based on their, FACILITIES and ARTISTIC QUALITY.
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Published: October  20, 2014

Theatro São Pedro

Opened in 1917, the São Pedro Theater is one of the few remaining active theaters from a generation of playhouses that flourished from the late nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries, not only in our city but also in other urban centers of Brazil and America Latin, such as the Amazonas Theater in Manaus, the Paz Theater in Belém, the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires, and the Solis Theater in Montevideo. Here in São Paulo, scattered around different locations throughout our city, venues such as the Minerva Theater in the Santana neighborhood, the Paulistano Provisional Theater on Rua Boa Vista, the Politheama Theater on Avenida São João, or the Colombo Theater in the Bras neighborhood, offered intense programming of theater, cinema and music.

From the beginning, São Pedro theater-goers were a diverse audience, including representatives of high society at gala performances and young people from the neighborhood, who come for the promotional ticket prices and movie sessions, even if it was necessary to watch the presentations in standing room only. Unfortunately the venues similar to this one were unable to resist transformations our city experience, leaving only the Municipal Theater, located at Ramos Square.

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Theatro São Pedro Rua Doutor Albuquerque Lins, 207 - Campos Elíseos São Paulo - Brasil

Phone :

+55 11 36616600

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Published: October  20, 2014

Theatro São Pedro

Opened in 1917, the São Pedro Theater is one of the few remaining active theaters from a generation of playhouses that flourished from the late nineteenth and the early twentieth centuries, not only in our city but also in other urban centers of Brazil and America Latin, such as the Amazonas Theater in Manaus, the Paz Theater in Belém, the Colón Theater in Buenos Aires, and the Solis Theater in Montevideo. Here in São Paulo, scattered around different locations throughout our city, venues such as the Minerva Theater in the Santana neighborhood, the Paulistano Provisional Theater on Rua Boa Vista, the Politheama Theater on Avenida São João, or the Colombo Theater in the Bras neighborhood, offered intense programming of theater, cinema and music.

From the beginning, São Pedro theater-goers were a diverse audience, including representatives of high society at gala performances and young people from the neighborhood, who come for the promotional ticket prices and movie sessions, even if it was necessary to watch the presentations in standing room only. Unfortunately the venues similar to this one were unable to resist transformations our city experience, leaving only the Municipal Theater, located at Ramos Square.