If you plan to stop over in Pisa check out the Theatro Verdi.
An impressive old Theatre and Opera House dating from 1865-67. Performances of opera, dance, music and plays. There is also a nice little cafe bar which is open during the day.
Although the box seats are not very comfortable, the acoustics and productions are good.
Dress Code: Dress code seems to accept smart casual, unless it is a special occasion. No tie required.
As a great university city, Pisa is full of life. Its center is full of all sorts of meeting places: pubs, restaurants, pizzerias, inns, aperitif bars, discos and live music bars. Along Lungarni or in the adjacent streets of Piazza Garibaldi, you can become immersed in the Pisan dolce vita, stopping off for the classic aperitif and a chat in one of the many bars packed with students. An address not to be missed is the historic Caffé dell’Ussero, on Lungarno Pacinotti, which since 1794 has been the main meeting place of scholars in Pisa.
Theater, music and dance fans will find their ideal entertainment in the Verdi Theater which, with its 900 seats, is one of the most prestigious theaters in Tuscany, with a full list of prose, dance, opera and concerts.
Located at Piazza Cairoli. This cocktail bar is a great place to start off sampling the nightlife that Pisa has to offer. You can sit back, relax and sip on a cocktail or a glass of chianti, while mixing with the locals that frequent the bar.
This live music venue is popular amongst the young locals and tourists alike. They play a wide range of music from rock to jazz. This is a great place to party the night away, while meeting new people and having a few drinks.
Dress Code: whaterver you want to wear