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Lisbon Busking Festival

The concept is simple: street performances in the public space, captivating passersby. Largo do Intendente will welcome circus artists, jugglers, acrobats, clowns, puppets, living statues, improvised poetry, dance, theatre, music and everything else imaginable. 10 to 13 september O EspaçO Workshop Clown over 16s Information and registration lisbonbuskingfestival@gmail.com 13 september “O papel das artes de rua nos processos de regeneração […]

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Entrada Livre

TEATRO by Pascal Rambert 15 september, 8pm Sala Garrett THEATRE was born in Russia. Pascal Rambert was at the Moscow Art Theatre, having been invited to present the play Clôture de d’amour in Russian. During the time he was there, Rambert spoke with the actors. Young and old. He heard the stories and memories of […]

Com'Out Lisbon
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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Entrada Livre (Free Admission)

Shows 16 e 17 september Sala Garrett 7pm, saturday 4pm, sunday Lear from King Lear by William Shakespeare production: Bruno Bravo Production: Primeiros Sintomas / TNDMII   Outdoor 3pm to 8pm Building Conversation Lotte van den Berg /Third Space   Sala Estúdio 7.30pm, saturday 5pm, sunday Topografia by Teatro da Cidade   Salão Nobre 11am […]

Lisbon from the inside
Kaleider – The Money

A drama-based game in which the audience becomes the cast and members of the public can take on one of two roles, the Silent Witness or the Player, the latter of whom gets to decide where the revenue from the ticket sales for the very show should go. The setting is highly unusual: the great hall of the Council Chambers at […]

Lisbon Festivities
Não Khalo (open rehearsal)

Não Kahlo is a show which combines the universe of Alice in Wonderland with the world of Frida Kahlo.

Lisbon Festivities
Não Khalo (premiere)

Não Kahlo is a show which combines the universe of Alice in Wonderland with the world of Frida Kahlo.

Lisbon Festivities
Teatro das Nações

Based on an adaptation of texts by Monty Python, José Figueiredo Costa and Karl Valentin, the Teatro das Nações group bring three scenes to the stage: Quatro homens (Four Men) which revolves around four men and the difficulties of their lives; Vidas condomínias (Condominium lives), a comical portrait of condominium meetings which everyone so loves […]

Lisbon Festivities
The Public Goes to the Theatre

Since 2016, the Public Goes to the Theatre project has been showing that the theatre also belongs to the public, even when it’s closed. Throughout the 2016-17 season, three different groups (adults, teachers and children) will follow the programme and work of the São Luiz Municipal Theatre team, taking the chance to get closer to […]

Lisbon Festivities
My Europe / A Minha Europa

This show follows the life path of an English boy born in Birmingham, England, who came with his family to live in Portugal at the ends of the 80s and a Portuguese girl whose family emigrated to London. The protagonists go through their own stories, reflecting on the social and political changes that they have […]

April in Lisbon
Courage Today, Embraces tomorrow

A show based on the testimonies, letters and memories of women who were arrested by PIDE during the Estado Novo. Women who suffered sleep deprivation torture, “statue” torture, but most of all the torture of being denied their freedom. Women who were grandmothers, mothers, daughters, wives, girlfriends, lovers, companions, comrades. Women who are not historical […]

April in Lisbon
They Were There Too

A journey that takes you from the Avenida da Liberdade, through a door, up a flight of stairs and ends in a former film previewing room brimming with women’s stories about their experiences during the Estado Novo dictatorship, the revolution of 25th April 1974 and the revolutionary process which followed it. Removed from history, at […]