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Unforgettable – A highlight of our trip!
I booked for the dinner and show as I wanted to give my teenage daughters an accessible overview of the History of Florence.
The dinner in via Toscanella was one of the best on our trip. Absolutely delicious and served with great care. The chocolate cherry tart was incredible!
After dinner we went upstairs for the show. It was thoroughly entertaining from start to finish. I cannot remember laughing so much for a while. It was packed with song, visual surprise, energy and laughter. The cast were so passionate and really connected with the audience.
We loved this show. It was an unforgettable experience!
I loved this show! Having already explored Florence for a few days before I saw this, I appreciated the different perspective on Florence’s history. The show was funny and entertaining with different lights, music and projector images. The cast was fantastic from start to finish. There was lots of audience interaction and everyone was having a great time. The show was performed in a church, which was different and very cool. Overall, anyone who likes light hearted comedy and history should set aside 60 minutes and check it out.
Don’t miss this show!
If you’re looking for an evening full of surprises, then this is the show for you. The staging is intimate and the cast is small which I felt made the experience even more enjoyable. Three talented actors gave excellent performances (including bursting into song every now and then and leaping about the stage) and had me laughing the whole way through!
This show is definitely worth watching and a complete contrast to the Renaissance Court Banquet that we also went to whilst in Florence. Start with the dinner. I am writing a different review of the restaurant, but it was good value with good service and the meal was flavourful. When the actors were ready, we went upstairs into a tiny theatre with seats for about 30 people. The show has three actors, who are all very good and we laughed the whole way through! Everyone in the family enjoyed it, aged from 13 to 62. The whole evening was a complete success.
She has travelled the world performing on stage from doing Demeter in CATS in her native Manila; to Nagraland, the first Asian pop operetta, in Hongkong, Singapore and Japan; to Stuttgart as Gigi/Yvonne/swing in Miss Saigon Germany and done excerpts from Rent, Once on This Island, Chicago, to name a few. A veteran of comedy, she was in the ensemble of Sic O’clock News, a political satyre acclaimed for many years in Philippine tv, and its spin-off stage comedy group, Laffing Stock. In Florence she also directed and acted in The Vagina Monologues
Fabrizio CheccacciAuthor and Actor
Musical performer, Fabrizio worked in the most important italian musical productions, including “Mamma Mia” and “Sister Act” for the Stage Entertainment, “Jesus Christ Superstar” in official italian and english spoken productions, “Beggars Opera”, “Tosca” by Lucio Dalla, “Moulin Rouge”, “The Rocky Horror Show”, “Pinocchio”, “Zorro” and he also has directed an Italian version of “Rent”
Roberto AndrioliAuthor and Actor
Actor, director, play-writer, trainer and set designer. Graduate in 1996 at the Drama Academy of Piccolo Teatro in Milan directed by Giorgio Strehler, Master in Theatrical Pedagogy at the Brescia University in 1997, Internship at La Mama Experimental Theatre Club in New York in 1998. He has worked in many productions and cultural projects in Italy and abroad: Piccolo Teatro in Milan, La Mama E.T.C. New York, The Jean Francois Duroure Theatre-dance Company in France and East Europe, The Baltinsky Dom in San Petersburg, Teatro Stabile della Toscana, La Corte Ospitale of Rubiera, Teatro Moderno of Rome and many others. Protagonist in Commercials for Vodafone, Ikea, Fastweb, Fuji. Recently he played one of the principals in “Mamma mia!”, he wrote and produced ” Baker vs Baker ” an original performance dedicated to Chet Baker and now he is happy to produce and act in this new adventure “The History of Florence abridged in 60 minutes”.