There are cultural tassels to enjoy in Lisbon Area and in the Porto area
One more weekend that arrives!
This October starts asking for a jacket but the weather will not be an excuse to stay at home.
This week the usual agenda of free events has shows to think of the most diverse audiences.
There is a lot of good music and exhibits, but also virtual reality and ateliers to think of the younger ones and even a fun ‘invasion’ of clowns by Vila do Conde.
The best thing is to rest your wallet and look for the cultural suggestions and tassels that we have for you, in Greater Porto and Greater Lisbon, these days 12, 13 and 14 October.
The pianist and composer Júlio Resende is a name that has been giving letters abroad for a long time, and that it is getting more and more attention in Portuguese lands. This Sunday, at 4:00 p.m., at Fnac Chiado, there is an opportunity to hear you will not want to miss. In the luggage, the musician brings the new project ‘Cinderella Cyborg’.
Until October 14th going to the Columbus shopping center can be the way to another dimension … in family! The square next to the Worten store hosts four virtual reality games, with the most innovative technology inspired by Artificial Intelligence, which combines the best of gaming, enhancing the creativity and fun of the players, in a free virtual experience.
There is a Medieval Fair in Monte Abraão
These days 12, 13 and 14 of October are of return to medieval times in Monte Abraão, in the county of Sintra. The 25th of April Park will be the ‘stage’ of this return to centuries past, with animation to precept.
Casino Estoril is not only a chance or chance space. In Lounge D there is no room for chance – there is only music to listen to. The October agenda is large and varied. It’s best to take a look by clicking here to find out what to expect this weekend.
In Lisbon there is an exhibition that explores other senses than vision. It is called ‘See with other eyes’, it will be at the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and emphasizes the work done with people with blindness or with low vision. The exhibition aims to explore different processes of interpretation of works, through other senses than the vision – touch, hearing – in order to facilitate the access of people with visual impairment to the arts. The exhibition ‘See with other eyes’ will be evident in the headquarters building of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation until November 12.
Lisbon International Contemporary Exhibition
Atelier Natália Gromicho has hosted the 5th edition of an international exhibition featuring a selection of artists from all over the world. In this 5th anniversary presents a great variety of artistic expressions, such as Photography, Sculpture, Painting, Installation and some surprises … Olivia Moelo, Domingo Parada, Nancy Woolf-Petty John, Carlo Benocci and Yoku Yu are some of the artists that integrated in this year’s event. You can learn more about this event here.
V International Meeting of Clowns of Vila do Conde
The old art of the clowns has these days with a privileged space to show itself. Vila do Conde hosts the V International Meeting of Clowns. There are performances in the theater but also in outdoor spaces, in an event that will transform Vila do Conde into a delightful ‘clowning’.
Dominguinhos at MAR Shopping
The MAR Shopping continues to give us Dominguinhos, Sunday mornings with animation thinking about the little one. This Sunday there is Storytime – When I was born. It is free but you will need to register.
10th Anniversary of the Sea Shopping
Still at Mar Shopping! The space celebrates a decade of life and decided to offer several cultural gifts to those who pass through until October 21. There have been shows for the youngest and the oldest.
Man in Catarse in the Fnac of Santa Catarina
The happy tradition to which Fnac has accustomed us, with musical shows, is a great opportunity to (re) discover artists. This Friday, at 6.30pm, at Fnac de Santa Catarina, there is Man in Catarse, who will present his latest album, ‘Viaje Interior’.
Portobello … Porto Belo
Every Saturday, the historic and world-famous London market of Portobello has a version to think about the ‘relax’ at Invicta. Here is Porto Bello, which has several benches. Purchases will have to be paid with the effort of the wallet, the ride not for that.
Good weekend with lots of culture!