• 19 May 2017

    EUROPEAN NIGHT OF THE MUSEUMS

    Yesterday, Thursday, the Day of Museums was celebrated. Next Saturday, the Museum Night follows. There are many who join the initiative, some with special events, and entry is free. Two suggestions, visits to Ajuda Palace and National Museum of Ancient Art.

    Yesterday, Thursday, the Day of Museums was celebrated.

    Next Saturday, the Museum Night follows. There are many who join the initiative, some with special events, and entry is free.

    Two suggestions, visits to Ajuda Palace and National Museum of Ancient Art.

  • 19 May 2017

    FESTA NO CHIADO

    The National Center of Culture again organized the event that brings a lot of varied programming to the most cosmopolitan area of ​​Lisbon: Chiado. Music, art, theater, dance and books in iconic spaces, routes through the streets of Chihuahua and visits to places normally closed to the public. In the “Encounters to the Corner” – […]

    The National Center of Culture again organized the event that brings a lot of varied programming to the most cosmopolitan area of ​​Lisbon: Chiado.

    Music, art, theater, dance and books in iconic spaces, routes through the streets of Chihuahua and visits to places normally closed to the public.

    In the “Encounters to the Corner” – there are 2 tours that will reveal the secrets of Chiado stores and toponymy – and take advantage of the “Open Doors” to visit the Literary Guild with Guilherme d’Oliveira Martins and Círculo Eça de Queiroz with Nuno Rogeiro.

     

  • 19 May 2017

    ARCO LISBOA

    Second edition of this prestigious contemporary art fair in Europe, nationally and internationally. To see until Sunday in the National Cordoaria.

    Second edition of this prestigious contemporary art fair in Europe, nationally and internationally.

    To see until Sunday in the National Cordoaria.

  • 19 May 2017

    LISBON TO SMILE

    In the course of May, until the beginning of June, Herman José has put Lisbon to Smile. There have been parties of good humor, music and fado in various places of the city to celebrate the actor’s 40-year career, his repertoire and the many stories he has to tell (free admission). In each session, Herman […]

    In the course of May, until the beginning of June, Herman José has put Lisbon to Smile.

    There have been parties of good humor, music and fado in various places of the city to celebrate the actor’s 40-year career, his repertoire and the many stories he has to tell (free admission).

    In each session, Herman invites a friend to help the party, fado people: Ricardo Ribeiro, Marina Mota, Lenita Gentile, Iberian Blood, Marco Rodrigues, Filipa Cardoso, Jorge Fernando, Fábia Rebordão, FF, Diamantina, Katia Guerreiro and Maria da Faith.

    Next is the fado singer Marco Rodrigues. Art as “palliative for all sorrows”.

  • 19 May 2017

    THE GENERATIONS OF ARTISTS THAT HAVE PERFORMED THERE

    We would like to follow the path of many fado singers who have passed through the history of Café Luso, which celebrates its 90th anniversary this year. Let’s go back to 1998 to remember a voice. That of the fado singer Natália Escoval who continues to build her career. Gratitude is reciprocal.

    We would like to follow the path of many fado singers who have passed through the history of Café Luso, which celebrates its 90th anniversary this year.

    Let’s go back to 1998 to remember a voice. That of the fado singer Natália Escoval who continues to build her career.

    Gratitude is reciprocal.