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talk with your mouth closed

The gardens are also inhabited by statues, so, every day, we stop by one of them and listen to what they say with our mouths closed, before launching ourselves into the construction of new figures and objects.

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Looking at the night sky with telescopes

Are all the stars the same? And the craters on the moon, what are they like? Come take a closer look at the sky in the company of researchers from the Institute of Astrophysics and Space Science.

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"If I were... a sculptor"

Do you know the story of Santo António? Have you ever thought of making a sculpture in your honor? This activity will be divided into two moments: one at the Museum of Santo António (June 17), where the history of the saint will be made known and where a sculpture inspired by that history will be sketched, and a second […]

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Hamlet it's me

To dance or not to dance… It's not a question…With Hamlet Sou Eu, Teatro Praga proposes the discovery and representation of possible theatrical “scenarios” for the history of the play Hamlet. Two actors tell the story of Shakespeare to children, guiding (or distracting) them through the narrative and offering them an active participation. Every day, with a […]

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Visit to the Theater

This visit is an invitation to the city, to discover the interior of its most recent equipment, a century theater. XVIII, now fully recovered by architects Egas José Vieira and Graça Dias. Throughout the day, we will show you from the inside what is normally only seen on the outside: the stage, the substage, the dressing rooms, the […]

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After all…the cat?

“When children play And I hear them play, Anything in my soul starts to rejoice” The 130th anniversary of the poet's birth is cause for celebration. Casa Fernando Pessoa has prepared a special program, designed for all ages. Let's celebrate! After all…the cat? “Cat that plays in the street as if it were in bed”. […]

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Micropoems to read on Jupiter

“When children play And I hear them play, Anything in my soul starts to rejoice” The 130th anniversary of the poet's birth is cause for celebration. Casa Fernando Pessoa has prepared a special program, designed for all ages. Let's celebrate! Micropoems to read in Jupiter Poems by Pessoa, chosen for […]

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Saint Anthony

What do we know about St. Anthony? Who was? What did you do? These and other questions are answered in the activities that the Museum of Lisbon – Santo António has prepared for this month of June, which range from walking, to books and games. On the 12th and 13th, to celebrate St. Anthony, the […]

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Antiprincesses | Frida Kahlo (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 […]

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Antiprincesses | Clarice Lispector

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 […]

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LU.CA Luís de Camões Theater

A new Municipal Theater is being created in Calçada da Ajuda. With a view to the future and a desire to expand the work of training audiences for the arts, Lisbon now has a theater exclusively dedicated to artistic programming for the youngest. This space has a long history that goes back to 1737: it was then […]

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From here it looks Better!

From here you can see it better is an invitation to everyone, from the youngest to the oldest, to discover the history of the Theater, from ancient Egypt to the present day. Let's see and hear how it emerged and grew. Knowing what makes the audience sitting in a theater and what different ways of acting we find […]

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Antiprincesas | Violeta Parra

In these reading sessions for boys and girls, we introduce one of the protagonists of the Antiprincesas collection: Violeta Parra, a Chilean singer-songwriter who lived an extraordinary life and left a huge legacy. Through the dramatized reading of her biography, we evoke a flesh-and-blood heroine, whose life was not a tale of […]

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Magnetic Stories - A Chicken

For this new episode of Magnetic Stories, Clarice Lispector was the chosen author. The short story Uma Chicken is read to the sound of the electric guitar, and a workshop follows.

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Suddenly Happy Ideas

Five days, five poems, five objects. This summer, the educational service at Casa Fernando Pessoa returns to Jardim da Estrela to build a toy a day, the old-fashioned way.

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Once upon a time at the Palacete das Conchas

The Palacete das Conchas is the protagonist of this guided tour staged by Joana Grupo de Teatro. Actors embody the spirit of the 16th century, wearing the costumes, voice and manners of the time in which the mansion was built and always interacting with the public, guiding a visit in an amusing shuttle between the past [...]

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Santo António Selfie Paper

Who gets the most typical photos? A route that starts at the Museum of Santo António and leaves to discover the Santo through the neighborhoods of Alfama and Mouraria.

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let's sardine

Activity for families where we show the sardines that won the 2017 creativity contest and challenge each family to create their own sardines.

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Ludopolo'17

Games, games and more games. It's Ludopolis – Festival of Games and Fun! There will be about 1000 games and entertainment that the 6th edition of the event will bring to entertain the people of Lisbon and surroundings! In the Campo Grande garden, next to the faculties, six recreational villages will be set up: Aldeia dos Jogos Multimédia, Aldeia […]

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Dauntless Silva

A prodigious juggler and tightrope walker, perhaps a bit of a ham, the intrepid Silva puts on a circus show in the street with the public, who insist on taming with his whip, thus squeezing out true hidden talents… or not. A show by José Ramos that intends to include the audience in various juggling and balancing acts.