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...that in Rome live
17.418 Filippinos
10.873 Americans
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6.368 Indians?
(Source: City Council)


April (14th-20th) brings The Merry Widow to Rome’s Opera Theatre in a unique collaboration with the famed Fenice Theatre of Venice. The Fiery Angel and Cinderella return in May (23rd-1st June) and June (8th-13th) respectively, while for lovers of ballet, Snow White promises to add the perfect spring cheer from May 3rd to 9th. Check out the Teatro dell’Opera’s Youtube promo video of the current season here


Nemico del Popolo (Enemy of the People) by Henrik Ibsen headlines the National Theatre through the month of April.

Theatre in English

The English Theatre of Rome kick off their 2019 diary at the minuscule Teatro Arciliuto (Piazza di Montevecchio 5) with a sure-to-be stunning performance of Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter, starring Douglas Dean and Daniel Connelly. June 4th-9th sees the Rome Savoyards back in action at Teatro San Genesio in Prati with their hilarious rendition of Play On.


April 1st sees the Dave Matthews Band hit Rome and in a rather unhappy twist to an April fool’s joke, Jethro Tull play the very same night! Not to worry though, Dave Matthews get a second night on the 3rd. Patty Pravo is in town on 6th and we’re not even through the first week of April yet! Tokio Hotel come to Rome on May 9th.

De Gregori & Orchestra will be playing the Terme di Caracalla on June 11th and 12th kicking off what promises to be another spellbinding summer season of music in the ancient park. Soon after, Ennio Morricone is at the same venue from June 15th to 22nd. And speaking of concerts in archaeological sites, Kraftwerk perform at Ostia Antica June 27th and 28th.

But things will be getting really serious at the Olympic Stadium on June 16th when the legendary Ed Sheeran takes the stage. Calcutta take Rome on the 27th, before the summer truly begins on June 30th with the event we’ve been waiting for since the time of the Roman Republic - that’s right girls, Take That are coming to Rome. Sans Robbie I believe.


Football: The first match of April at the Stadio Olimpico promises to be a belter with Fiorentina providing the opposition to our beloved AS Roma on the 3rd. Lazio take on Sassuolo on the 7th and then Udinese immediately after on the 10th. Udinese may not bother getting the bus home, as they’re straight back in the lion’s den just three days later to face Roma. Lazio then take on Chievo and Roma Cagliari on the 20th and 28th respectively. Sunday 5th May sees Lazio take on Atalanta before finally, someone worth turning out for show up: What’s sure to be a very tense season finale and not one for the feint-hearted is when Ronnie and the mob from Juventus come down to play Roma on the 12th. This is all assuming they haven’t already won the league by then.

If you’d like to take in a Serie A match while you visit the city on a low season deal, check out both Roma and Lazio’s fixtures here

That’s all for now - check us out in mid-summer for an update on what’s going on in Rome in the real steamy season!

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