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Antiprincesas | Juana Azurduy (premiere)

These are the stories of four inspiring women: Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector; Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; Chilean writer and composer Violeta Parra and the Bolivian military leader of indigenous ancestry Juana Azurduy. In these stories, there are no crowns or castles, but real women, who challenged the norm and revolutionized the world through literature, art […]

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Antiprincesas | Clarice Lispector – extra date

These are the stories of four inspiring women: Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector; Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; Chilean writer and composer Violeta Parra and the Bolivian military leader of indigenous ancestry Juana Azurduy. In these stories there are no crowns or castles, but real women, who challenged the norm and revolutionised the world through literature, art […]

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Children’s Theatre Day

Once a year we change the rules and convert Teatro Maria Matos into a space devoted to families and children. With the help of actors and performance artists, not to mention professionals from the fields of photography and the visual arts, the corridors, dressing rooms and other little-seen parts of the theatre will be transformed […]

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Hamlet

To dance or not to dance… That’s not a question… With Hamlet, Teatro Praga goes about discovering and acting out alternative theatrical “scenarios” for the history of Hamlet. Two actors tell Shakespeare’s story to children, guiding them (or perhaps distracting them) through the narrative and encouraging them to participate actively. Every day a new version […]

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If I Were…a Sculptor

Do you know the story of Saint Anthony? Have you ever thought about making a sculpture in his honour? This activity which will be divided into two parts: one at the Museu de Santo António (17th June), where you can get to know the saint’s story and start to design a sculpture inspired by it. […]

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Saint Anthony

What do we know about Saint Anthony? Who was he? What did he do? Find out the answers to these (and other) questions with the activities organised by the Museu de Lisboa – Santo António for the month of June, with everything from walking tours to books and games. On the 12th and 13th June, […]

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You see better from here!

This is an invitation to everyone (from the smallest to the oldest) to get to know the history of Theatre, from ancient Egypt to the present day. We’ll see and hear how it came about and grew. Find out what gets the public sitting down in a theatre and the different types of performances that […]

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Antiprincesas | Clarice Lispector

These are the stories of four inspiring women: Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector; Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; Chilean writer and composer Violeta Parra and the Bolivian military leader of indigenous ancestry Juana Azurduy. In these stories there are no crowns or castles, but real women, who challenged the norm and revolutionised the world through literature, art […]

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Antiprincesas | Frida Kahlo (reprise)

These are the stories of four inspiring women: Brazilian writer Clarice Lispector; Mexican painter Frida Kahlo; Chilean writer and composer Violeta Parra and the Bolivian military leader of indigenous ancestry Juana Azurduy. In these stories there are no crowns or castles, but real women, who challenged the norm and revolutionised the world through literature, art […]

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Micropoems to be read on Jupiter

When children play And I hear them playing Something in my soul begins to rejoice   The 130th anniversary of the birth of poet Fernando Pessoa is a cause for celebration. The Casa Fernando Pessoa association has put together a special programme with all ages in mind. Let’s celebrate!   Micropoems to be read on […]

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And finally…the cat?

When children play And I hear them playing Something in my soul begins to rejoice The 130th anniversary of the birth of poet Fernando Pessoa is a cause for celebration. The Casa Fernando Pessoa association has put together a special programme with all ages in mind. Let’s celebrate!   And finally…the cat? Cat, you play […]

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Theatre Visit

This visit is an invitation to the whole city; an opportunity to get to know the inside of our most recent cultural facility: an 18th century theatre which has been completely renovated by architect Graça Dias. Over the course of the day we’ll be revealing from the inside what can normally only be seen from […]

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Starry skies

Are all stars the same? What are moon craters like? Come and take a closer look at the sky in the company of researchers from the Institute of Astrophysics and Space Sciences.

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Speak closed-mouthed

Parks are also home to statues and so, every day, we’ll be stopping next to one and listening to what (closed-mouthed) they have tell us, before throwing ourselves into the creation of new figures and objects.

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LU.CA, a new theatre for kids

A new municipal theatre has been born on the Calçada da Ajuda. With an eye on the future, and pushing harder to create new audiences for the arts, Lisbon now has a theatre which is exclusively dedicated to art programmes for youngsters. This space has a long history dating back to 1737 when it was […]

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Antiprincesas | Violeta Parra

At these story-time sessions for boys and girls we will get to know one of the protagonists of the Antiprincesas collection: Violeta Parra, a Chilean singer and composer who lived an extraordinary life and left an enormous legacy. Through the dramatised reading of her life, we will remember a flesh-and blood heroine, whose life was […]

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Now I was an Indian

Workshop for plastic expression and making musical instruments.

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Lots of junk, little junk

In this play, the Querido couple, who is not accustomed to travelling, decide to go and see their niece Manuela. But before the trip they have to pack.  This is when the problems begin.

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The Public welcomes you

On this day in which “The public welcomes you” the theater will be taken symbolically by the participants of the project. They will open the doors and ensure the functioning of all the Theater.

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Colors in Motion

Mixing primary colours creates new colours.  In the same fashion, the ideas spawned by each colour awaken new ideas.  Workshop.