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June in Lisbon 2021
Trezena de Santo António

This is a religious festival whose origins date back to the miracle performed by the Saint after a devout woman prayed to him insistently, an example followed by others which rapidly became common practice. This festival extends across the rest of the month and will be complemented by the cultural programme that the Museu de […]

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Parallel Review Lisboa 2021

From 8 September, there will be a retrospective in the outdoor area of Mercado de Alvalade featuring a selection of artists who have participated in the project since its foundation in 2017: Extended Atlas, curated by Sandra Vieira Jürgens. On Saturday, 11 September, the Tira-Olhos association invites you to slow down and create with and […]

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Nós, Lisboa

Focussing on young artists and students, it also looks to strengthen ties with the community and promote public participation and dialogue through collaborative and co-creation projects, bringing together a plurality of voices, identities and viewpoints from Lisbon residents.   DANÇAS CRUZADAS Participatory Show August 22 11:00 am Danças Cruzadas will be bringing us 4 dance […]

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Outro Olhar

INSTALLATION – First time in Portugal A street installation being shown for the first time in Portugal, by a pair of artists known as Filthy Luke and Pedro Estrellas, who’ve been creating inflatable works of art for more than 20 years. Their fascinating and pioneering interventions capture the imagination of unsuspecting passers-by and they have […]

Christmas in Lisbon
Oriental X’mas

Oriental X’MAS is a celebration, organised by the Hindu Community of Portugal, which will be opening the doors its temple to everyone, providing the opportunity to celebrate Christmas in an original way. The programme includes a guided tour of the Radha Krishna Temple, an Indian music and dance show, followed by a festival with traditional […]

Christmas in Lisbon
União Budista Portuguesa

In the western world, the Christmas season is associated with the highest qualities of the human experience: peace, joy, love, compassion and brotherhood among men. For the Buddhists, these qualities are the foundations of their spiritual training and lead to the “awakening of compassion”, the awakening of an innate ability to feel empathy and understand […]

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Popular – Inatel na Rua

Every day Street entertainment and performances; traditional games   Parque das Nações  12 to 14 September Parque Tejo Concerts 10 pm 12 September – Realejo 13 September –  O Gajo 14 September – Stereossauro     19 to 21 September Ajuda Largo da Igreja da Memória 19 September Traditional Ball – Tradballs   20 & 21 September Concerts 9.30 […]

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Palácio Baldaya

At two years’ old, it has already become a cultural reference point, not just in Benfica but across the city. To celebrate its second anniversary, Palácio Baldaya is hosting a vast and varied programme, including cinema, theatre, fashion, lots of music and even a vintage festival.   Benfica ao Luar (Benfica in the Moonlight) free […]

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Noite Branca

For one night, the city’s shops stay open late to celebrate Noite Branca, which this year will be expanding into new areas of the city. The traditional participating areas of Baixa and Chiado (Largo 1.º de Dezembro, Largo Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro, Largo Trindade Coelho and Praça Luís de Camões), Príncipe Real and Rua Castilho will […]

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Chapéus na Rua

13 September Largo do Intendente 7 pm – Opening: “The Last One To Grab Fall First” (Salto – International Circus School) 8 pm – DJ set   14 September Mercado de Arroios 11 am – Circus in the Markets   Campo Mártires da Pátria 2 pm – 6 pm – Street Performances Largo do Intendente […]