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Recently went to see Ana Moura - the show was great, but we had box seats close to the stage. It was very difficult to see her unless you leaned over the railing. Those sitting in the rear of the box could not see her...More
The.most beautiful and one of the best show places in Lisbon. The building is beautiful and the room is nice with a good acoustic. Confortable with the format of an arena. Nice to be close to the artists
First of all, it is more like a classical concert hall, difficult to get the amplified sound of heavy rock tones to each single place w/o quality impact. But the place is very charming.
Anyway, the atmosphere was brilliant! Due to the small stage the...More
Went here to see Biffy Clyro. Was really impressed with the venue, laid back but helpful staff and good atmosphere. Would definitely like to come to the venue again and looks like they have some good acts coming up!!
I went there yesterday to watch a Brazilian singer, Zeca Pagodinho show. That was good. Me and my wife danced all night long. The place is reasonable. The drinks are not so expensive. But don't expect a great quality level in terms of sound around...More
Whatever kind of show you like. The Coliseu is the Portuguese place to see a concert or an event. Yes, it's kind of old, but it has everything to keep that show in your mind for a long time.
Apart from a Portuguese band that...More
Saw the Nutcracker ballet in December and unfortunately found the atmosphere of the theater to be very cold and the ushers nearly unprofessional. The presentation was late, we actually had to wait outside for a while. The venue was actually cold, I don't think there...More
We recently went to see a concert at the Coliseu de Lisboa. The concert was top quality: Kharkov orchestra and choir presented Beethoven's Ninth (shades of Alan Burgess) and Carl Orff's Carmina Burana, this last one with excellent soloists. The place was half empty: someone...More