The weekend is there. Find out what you can see in Lisbon and Porto

There is culture ‘served’ by the tassel of Greater Lisbon and Greater Porto.

Time is undecided but this is no reason to demotivate.

Through Greater Lisbon and Greater Porto, there are cultural opportunities to enjoy. And, by the way, it never hurts to remember that there are monuments and museums around the country open on Sundays, free of charge.

Further north there is Ana Moura for listening on a feast day. To the south, there is music for the most varied tastes to enjoy. But attention! There are also exhibitions and workshops and talks and so much more to enjoy.

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 19, 20 and 21 October.


Greater Lisbon

World Singing Day

Dozens of cities around the world have initiatives this Saturday, October 20, dedicated to singing. It is World Singing Day that will also pay attention in Lisbon, namely with performances in the central staircase of the Amoreiras shopping center.


ART in Motion on the Silver Arm

The collective exhibition ‘Art in Motion – Art, Music & Book’ showcases works of plastic art by African and Lusophone artists, as well as fashion, literature and poetry presentations, gastronomy, music and concerts, all based on the cultural values of countries. To see until October 27 in the Factory of the Silver Arm. Learn more here.


There is a Medieval Fair in Alameda

It started this Friday and extends until Sunday the Medieval Fair of the Alameda in Lisbon. The initiative, organized by the Parish Council of Areeiro, promises three days of a true trip to the past, with oriental dances, historical recreations, processions, medieval animation.


There is music on Fnac

Fnac continues to give us showcases, small music shows that are great opportunities to (re) discover artists. We have two suggestions for this week: Gimba and Entourage Charlie. Gimba is already a veteran who is now back on records. Charlie Comitiva are a new national rock project … in good Portuguese.

Who Gimba
When and Where Fnac Almada – Saturday, October 20, at 9:30 p.m.

Who Commented Charlie
When and Where Fnac Almada – Sunday, October 21, at 5:00 p.m.

What were the olive groves like in the ’70s?

The question about Olivais can be answered by the objective of the photographer João Alexandre Taborda, also treated by ‘Sandro’. Until October 27th, there is a free entrance at the House of Culture of the Olive groves to stare at the past and see how much has changed (and what has not changed).


See with other eyes

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. The exhibition will be visible in the headquarters building of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation until November 12.


Lounge D in Casino Estoril

Casino Estoril is not only a chance or chance space. In Lounge D there is no room for a 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.


Greater Porto

Ana Moura Live

MAR Shopping is 10 years old and nothing like celebrating it with good music. The special voice of the fado singer Ana Moura will animate this Friday night from 9.30 pm on the interior stage of the restaurant space.


‘The figures of dreams are closer to me’

Space t has received the exhibition ‘The figures of the dreams are closer to me’, by Rui Matos, taking place in Quase Galeria. The inauguration is this Friday, October 19th, at 9:30 p.m. The exhibition will be open to the public until 30 November.


There is Philosophical Coffee in Fnac

This Friday, at 10 pm, at Fnac Gaia Shopping, there is Café Filosófico, moderated by the Canadian philosopher Tim Kenyon.

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