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Pisa per il Teatro Verdi
03/07/2014 | 21:25 | Stampa

Un milione e mezzo dal Comune. Anche nel 2014. Continuiamo a investire in cultura. E la Fondazione Pisa aumenta il contributo da 338mila a 430mila euro

Nel 2013 per la prima volta dal 2008 bilancio di esercizio lievemente negativo (-48mila euro) per il venir meno, a preventivo giŕ approvato,del contributo di 40mila da parte del Ministero della Cultura, e di quello di 25mila euro del Comune di Peccioli. Nulla, comunque, rispetto al passivo di oltre 400mila euro del 2008.

«In crescita costante da sei anni, invece, gli abbonati, passati dai 1.380 del 2012/13 ai 1.578 di quest'anno» ha detto il presidente Toscano durante la serata di ieri dedicata a fare il punto sullo stato di salute del teatro. Il Sindaco Filippeschi: «Pisa va controcorrente e continua ad investire in cultura». 

I numeri del Teatro Verdi

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12/09/2014 | 04:25
Pablo ha scritto:
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09/09/2014 | 14:36
Jaime ha scritto:
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09/09/2014 | 12:07
Juliancito ha scritto:
Mary from United Kingdom, October 29, 2012 at 6:47 PM The site itself is fatnsatic. There is so much to do with a huge selection of pools, tennis courts, basketball courts etc. It is right on the edge of the lake and only a 20 walk into Peschiera del Garda town. The on-site facilities are great which include a supermarket, greengrocers, cafe and restaurants, sports bar and ice cream parlour which we used most days. The Terraza restaurant overlooking the lake served excellent pizzas at a good price. There are plenty of facilities for children, with a little funfair which is open in the evenings and entertainment put on for them every night by the main pool area. Peschiera is only a short bus or train ride away from Verona. We travelled there for a day by bus (very busy) but the stop is right outside the Bella Italia entrance, and very reasonably priced. You can buy tickets on the bus but this is generally frowned upon so I would buy beforehand, and we got ours for the on-site Tobacconist. Peschiera del Garda is also only 1.5 hours by train away from Venice. On both visits I have found the trains to be very punctual and reasonably priced, but if you use these don’t forget to validate your ticket before you get on the train, the same goes for the buses. Gardaland and the Sealife Centre were also easily reachable with a free bus from Peschiera del Garda Train Station. We haven't visited Gardaland but did visit the Sealife centre which my son loved. The only thing that disappointed me was that buggies aren't allowed inside so we had to carry our son the whole time. On both trips to Peschiera del Garda my husband and I have hired one of the speed boats for an hour on the lake, I would highly recommend it's the most fun I've ever had! We have also used the ferry to visit some of the towns north of Peschiera del Garda, I would recommend a trip to Lazise, Sirmione and Garda. All in all I would 100% recommend a holiday at Camping Bella Italia and we plan to make a third trip back there in the next few years.

07/09/2014 | 18:23
Alejandra ha scritto:
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