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Marquise of Alorna

ANTIPRINCESS by CLÁUDIA GAIOLAS This is a work that revolutionizes the way we look at girls and boys, girls and boys, women and men. Here everyone is equally fierce, fragile, curious and curious, holders of delicacy and adventure. There is no solemnity to introduce these inspiring characters. They are protagonists, narrators of their own adventures […]

Lisbon on the street
Carolina Beatriz Angelo

ANTIPRINCESS by CLÁUDIA GAIOLAS This is a work that revolutionizes the way we look at girls and boys, girls and boys, women and men. Here everyone is equally fierce, fragile, curious and curious, holders of delicacy and adventure. There is no solemnity to introduce these inspiring characters. They are protagonists, narrators of their own adventures […]

Christmas in Lisbon
Don Gilberto goes hunting

What would the Christmas table look like at the time of Santo António? Bishop Dom Gilberto helps in this treasure hunt, during which delicacies and utensils used on Santo António's Christmas table will be discovered.

Christmas in Lisbon
Saturnália – Videomapping Show

An ode to Saturn, the Sun and Venus. It is a visual poetry performed live, where image and sound are orchestrated in real time, in a ritual that links spirituality with mundane issues. An invitation to celebrate the year that ends, opening the doors to a new, different and hopeful cycle. Realization and design: Astronaut […]

Christmas in Lisbon
The masks of Saturnalia

Mask, in Latin, is translated by the term Persona. Our challenge is to create a Person based on clay masks that await your creativity!

Christmas in Lisbon
Don Gilberto goes hunting

What would the Christmas table be like in Santo António? It's easy to find out, Don Gilberto the Bishop, help us on this treasure hunt where we'll discover what Santo António's Christmas table was like.

Christmas in Lisbon
color theater

In stone, very decorated, numerous columns, capitals… and many sculptures. And colors, did the Roman Theater have? That's what we're going to discover in this activity.

Christmas in Lisbon
The Ginger Monster

We propose a culinary and discovery workshop through our centers. In the discovery, we will learn how to make gingerbread cookies and learn stories about Christmas that relate to our city.

Lisbon on the street
Antiprincesas

CAROLINA BEATRIZ ÂNGELO by Cláudia Gaiolas This summer, the little ones are invited to meet the “Antiprincess – Beatriz Ângelo”, recreating the story of this feminist doctor, who was the first woman to vote in Portugal, in 1911, a year after the implantation of the Republic. The law stated that only citizens over 21 could vote […]

Christmas in Lisbon
Don Gilberto goes hunting Visit-game

Don Gilberto goes hunting and his horses and falcons are already prepared. What will be the ingredients present on the medieval table? In this game-visit we challenge you to discover which ingredients were used in the kitchen of the times of Santo António.

Lisbon on the street
Anti-Princesses: Clarice Lispector

Clarice Lispector was born in Ukraine, in a village that does not appear on the map because it is so small and insignificant. Her parents fled the war and ended up in Brazil, where Clarice grew up and became a great writer. He wrote about the mysteries of the universe and the human soul, but also about runaway chickens, thinking rabbits and […]

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Antiprincesas: Juana Azurduy

Juana Azurduy was a woman-mother-warrior of indigenous origin who fought for a better country and for the independence of Bolivia. On horseback, sword and pistol in hand, this brave and gentle woman faced every battle defying her own life.

Lisbon festivals
1st anniversary of LU.CA

May 31 / Schools 10:30 and 14:30 Staged Readings + Workshop, from the Public Library Books, by Miguel Fragata and Maria Remédio June 1 and 2 / Families 3:00 to 19:00 15:00, 16:00, 18:00 – EZ Aviador Performance. Walk to Calçada da Ajuda 15:30 – Staged Readings + Workshop, from […]

Lisbon festivals
Change Site – Festival Play

The PLAY festival returns to Lu.CA with several film sessions aimed at the little ones. Let's play and think with cinema in sessions that can become a game with a lot of imagination.

April in Lisbon
How to make a revolution...

Discontent, dreams, conspiracy, courage and many other ingredients that we listed on this trip to Lisbon in 1910. We and many of the republicans of the time relived the events that made the revolution. Thematic visit for adults over 6 years old, with interpretation in Portuguese Sign Language

April in Lisbon
Once upon a time in April… Tales in the Garden

The 45th anniversary of the 25th of April and the World Book and Copyright Day are celebrated through the reading of stories in the Park. This activity is aimed at schools in the Parish of Santa Clara, but is open to any public who wants to attend.

April in Lisbon
slaves in lisbon

What revolutions did the slaves make? How did you settle in Lisbon? We propose a guided tour of the permanent exhibition that highlights the life of slaves and their presence in the city. Guided visit for people over 10 years old.

Lisbon on the street
Antiprincesses | Clarice Lispector (replacement)

These are the stories of four inspiring women: Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector; Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; Chilean composer and singer Violeta Parra and indigenous Bolivian military officer Juana Azurduy. In these stories there are no crowns, no castles. They were fighters, independent and passionate about life. The evocation of these true heroines comes […]

Lisbon on the street
Antiprincesses | Juana Azurduy (premiere)

These are the stories of four inspiring women: Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector; Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; Chilean composer and singer Violeta Parra and indigenous Bolivian military officer Juana Azurduy. In these stories there are no crowns, no castles. They were fighters, independent and passionate about life. The evocation of these true heroines comes […]

Lisbon festivals
Antiprincesses | Clarice Lispector – new dates

These are the stories of four inspiring women: Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector; Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; Chilean composer and singer Violeta Parra and indigenous Bolivian military officer Juana Azurduy. In these stories there are no crowns, no castles. They were fighters, independent and passionate about life. The evocation of these true heroines comes […]