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Window Festival - CANCELED

It is from the window that we invite everyone to watch a traveling audiovisual show. In partnership with the OCUBO studio, between June 8th and 11th, we filled the evenings all over the city, with Festival à Janela, a surprise multimedia projection. The public will also be able to participate, with filmed videos […]

April in Lisbon
in the dark and listening

In the room that will have served as a preview of films during the Estado Novo, the lights will go out for a listening session of a sound documentary on censorship and propaganda in Portugal during the years of the dictatorship. It is a session designed for the ear, which awakens the memory of a […]

April in Lisbon
April Memories – Video Mapping

To commemorate 45 years of the Carnation Revolution, Praça do Comércio will stage an immersive video mapping show at 270º, dedicated to “Memories of April”. As the name suggests, the show intends to take the audience on a trip to the past, showing the moments that preceded the revolution, remembering the day in […]

Lisbon festivals
Lisbon Under Stars

The Ruins of Carmo are transformed into a three-dimensional canvas to review over 600 years of the history of Portugal and Lisbon. The great events are narrated by Catarina Furtado and accompanied by the sounds of Amália Rodrigues, Fernando Lopes Graça, Luís Freitas Branco, Madredeus, Salvador Sobral and Zeca Afonso. Lisbon Under Stars is an immersive show, a multidisciplinary experience, which also includes the participation of Mariza, Rão […]

Lisbon festivals
Multimedia Show and Olharapos

The framework of the Pala do Pavilhão de Portugal, one of the most emblematic buildings of Expo'98, becomes a large water screen to review the best moments of the World Exhibition in Lisbon. In this initiative of the Lisbon Tourism Association, we return to the past, with images from the RTP archive, in a show of light, color and […]

April in Lisbon
And how the Theater appeared under our feet

Historical animation with sounds and echoes. In April 1798, when the city was being rebuilt after the great earthquake of 1755, the unexpected arose. Among the rubble that was being removed in order to open a new street – which would be called Rua de São Mamede – appeared the ruins of a […]