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Sep
20
Fri
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 20 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 20 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€
Sep 20 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€ @ Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Fifty years ago, the Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade was one of the last places in Lisbon you’d like to find yourself. Especially if you were a kid, which was, unfortunately, often the case…
Times have changed, however. And this summer, the millennia-old former prison and torture center-turned-museum offers some educational fun for the whole family.

That is, in July and September, the Museum proposes three interactive activities designed to enlighten the younguns among us about the building’s not so sunny past:

1) Resistance and Freedom
A visit that explores, in a playful way, the permanent exhibition, using an observation script. It favors group dynamics and interaction among participants.
+ 8 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

2) Along the Paths of Memory of April, with Peddy-Paper-
From Terreiro do Paço to Largo do Carmo, from Misericórdia to Antónia Maria Cardoso, a journey to follow the steps that opened the doors of April.
+ 12 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

3) The Day the Torture Is Over, documentary-
Projection followed by debate and visit to the permanent exhibition of the Museum. NOTE: Film shot shortly after the Revolution of 1974, with testimonies of torture situations.
+ 12 years.
*Bilingual activity.

Tuesdays through Fridays, 10h-18h, until Sept 27.

Regular Price: 3€.

Discount 50% (1,5€) – Between the ages of 13 and 25.

Discount 15% (2,60€) – 65 and over (senior citizens not residing in Lisbon).
People with disabilities + accompanying person (free).

FREE ADMISSION:
to the Museum Cafeteria;
for children up to 12 years old;
Lisbon Residents between the ages of 13 and 18;
65yo and over (senior citizens residing in Lisbon).

For more info and reservations, email [email protected], or call +351-215 818 536, or stop by.

FILM | CineClima 2019: “Exit Time” | Avenida | FREE
Sep 20 @ 21:30 – 23:30
FILM | CineClima 2019: "Exit Time" | Avenida | FREE @ Cinema City - Alvalade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Ever think that watching a movie can save the planet?
Well, turns out you were right.
In preparation for the rapidly-gaining-steam climate strike planned for next week, Cinema City is showing its solidarity with CineClima… Get it?
They are kicking things off by premiering “A HORA DA SAÍDA” (“Exit Time”) — a film by Sebastian Marnier about a defenestrating teacher — free of charge.

And there’s plenty more climatically cinematic fun planned for the week.

Here’s what the organizers say:
“The climate is in crisis, human rights are at stake, and we have 10 years to halve global emissions.
We need climate justice now.
We believe that watching a movie can help.

Framed by a worldwide action week culminating in a Global Climate Strike, CineClima is a movie week and debate across the country to alert you to the climate crisis, and point out ways of action.
100% climate and human rights.
100% free.
100% volunteer.”

Learn more about CineClima here.

FREE ENTRY (limited to capacity).

NOTE: You’ll probably need some French and/or Portuguese for this one.

Here’s the trailer for Friday night’s flick.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fY7VSIDiFPM[/embed]

Sep
21
Sat
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 21 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

Sep
22
Sun
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 22 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

Sep
23
Mon
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 23 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 23 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Sep
24
Tue
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 24 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 24 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€
Sep 24 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€ @ Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Fifty years ago, the Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade was one of the last places in Lisbon you’d like to find yourself. Especially if you were a kid, which was, unfortunately, often the case…
Times have changed, however. And this summer, the millennia-old former prison and torture center-turned-museum offers some educational fun for the whole family.

That is, in July and September, the Museum proposes three interactive activities designed to enlighten the younguns among us about the building’s not so sunny past:

1) Resistance and Freedom
A visit that explores, in a playful way, the permanent exhibition, using an observation script. It favors group dynamics and interaction among participants.
+ 8 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

2) Along the Paths of Memory of April, with Peddy-Paper-
From Terreiro do Paço to Largo do Carmo, from Misericórdia to Antónia Maria Cardoso, a journey to follow the steps that opened the doors of April.
+ 12 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

3) The Day the Torture Is Over, documentary-
Projection followed by debate and visit to the permanent exhibition of the Museum. NOTE: Film shot shortly after the Revolution of 1974, with testimonies of torture situations.
+ 12 years.
*Bilingual activity.

Tuesdays through Fridays, 10h-18h, until Sept 27.

Regular Price: 3€.

Discount 50% (1,5€) – Between the ages of 13 and 25.

Discount 15% (2,60€) – 65 and over (senior citizens not residing in Lisbon).
People with disabilities + accompanying person (free).

FREE ADMISSION:
to the Museum Cafeteria;
for children up to 12 years old;
Lisbon Residents between the ages of 13 and 18;
65yo and over (senior citizens residing in Lisbon).

For more info and reservations, email [email protected], or call +351-215 818 536, or stop by.

Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Sep 24 @ 22:00 – Sep 25 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Sep
25
Wed
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 25 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 25 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€
Sep 25 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€ @ Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Fifty years ago, the Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade was one of the last places in Lisbon you’d like to find yourself. Especially if you were a kid, which was, unfortunately, often the case…
Times have changed, however. And this summer, the millennia-old former prison and torture center-turned-museum offers some educational fun for the whole family.

That is, in July and September, the Museum proposes three interactive activities designed to enlighten the younguns among us about the building’s not so sunny past:

1) Resistance and Freedom
A visit that explores, in a playful way, the permanent exhibition, using an observation script. It favors group dynamics and interaction among participants.
+ 8 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

2) Along the Paths of Memory of April, with Peddy-Paper-
From Terreiro do Paço to Largo do Carmo, from Misericórdia to Antónia Maria Cardoso, a journey to follow the steps that opened the doors of April.
+ 12 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

3) The Day the Torture Is Over, documentary-
Projection followed by debate and visit to the permanent exhibition of the Museum. NOTE: Film shot shortly after the Revolution of 1974, with testimonies of torture situations.
+ 12 years.
*Bilingual activity.

Tuesdays through Fridays, 10h-18h, until Sept 27.

Regular Price: 3€.

Discount 50% (1,5€) – Between the ages of 13 and 25.

Discount 15% (2,60€) – 65 and over (senior citizens not residing in Lisbon).
People with disabilities + accompanying person (free).

FREE ADMISSION:
to the Museum Cafeteria;
for children up to 12 years old;
Lisbon Residents between the ages of 13 and 18;
65yo and over (senior citizens residing in Lisbon).

For more info and reservations, email [email protected], or call +351-215 818 536, or stop by.

Sep
26
Thu
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 26 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 26 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€
Sep 26 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€ @ Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Fifty years ago, the Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade was one of the last places in Lisbon you’d like to find yourself. Especially if you were a kid, which was, unfortunately, often the case…
Times have changed, however. And this summer, the millennia-old former prison and torture center-turned-museum offers some educational fun for the whole family.

That is, in July and September, the Museum proposes three interactive activities designed to enlighten the younguns among us about the building’s not so sunny past:

1) Resistance and Freedom
A visit that explores, in a playful way, the permanent exhibition, using an observation script. It favors group dynamics and interaction among participants.
+ 8 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

2) Along the Paths of Memory of April, with Peddy-Paper-
From Terreiro do Paço to Largo do Carmo, from Misericórdia to Antónia Maria Cardoso, a journey to follow the steps that opened the doors of April.
+ 12 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

3) The Day the Torture Is Over, documentary-
Projection followed by debate and visit to the permanent exhibition of the Museum. NOTE: Film shot shortly after the Revolution of 1974, with testimonies of torture situations.
+ 12 years.
*Bilingual activity.

Tuesdays through Fridays, 10h-18h, until Sept 27.

Regular Price: 3€.

Discount 50% (1,5€) – Between the ages of 13 and 25.

Discount 15% (2,60€) – 65 and over (senior citizens not residing in Lisbon).
People with disabilities + accompanying person (free).

FREE ADMISSION:
to the Museum Cafeteria;
for children up to 12 years old;
Lisbon Residents between the ages of 13 and 18;
65yo and over (senior citizens residing in Lisbon).

For more info and reservations, email [email protected], or call +351-215 818 536, or stop by.

Sep
27
Fri
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 27 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 27 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€
Sep 27 @ 10:00 – 18:00
to Sept 27 | MUSEUM VISITS | Summer Activities for Kids at Aljube | Alfama | FREE-3€ @ Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Fifty years ago, the Museu do Aljube Resistência e Liberdade was one of the last places in Lisbon you’d like to find yourself. Especially if you were a kid, which was, unfortunately, often the case…
Times have changed, however. And this summer, the millennia-old former prison and torture center-turned-museum offers some educational fun for the whole family.

That is, in July and September, the Museum proposes three interactive activities designed to enlighten the younguns among us about the building’s not so sunny past:

1) Resistance and Freedom
A visit that explores, in a playful way, the permanent exhibition, using an observation script. It favors group dynamics and interaction among participants.
+ 8 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

2) Along the Paths of Memory of April, with Peddy-Paper-
From Terreiro do Paço to Largo do Carmo, from Misericórdia to Antónia Maria Cardoso, a journey to follow the steps that opened the doors of April.
+ 12 years.
*Activity in Portuguese.

3) The Day the Torture Is Over, documentary-
Projection followed by debate and visit to the permanent exhibition of the Museum. NOTE: Film shot shortly after the Revolution of 1974, with testimonies of torture situations.
+ 12 years.
*Bilingual activity.

Tuesdays through Fridays, 10h-18h, until Sept 27.

Regular Price: 3€.

Discount 50% (1,5€) – Between the ages of 13 and 25.

Discount 15% (2,60€) – 65 and over (senior citizens not residing in Lisbon).
People with disabilities + accompanying person (free).

FREE ADMISSION:
to the Museum Cafeteria;
for children up to 12 years old;
Lisbon Residents between the ages of 13 and 18;
65yo and over (senior citizens residing in Lisbon).

For more info and reservations, email [email protected], or call +351-215 818 536, or stop by.

Sep
28
Sat
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€
Sep 28 all-day
to Sept 28 | FILM FESTIVAL | Queer Lisboa 23 | Avenida | 4-16€ @ Cinema São Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Queer Lisboa is self-described as “the first national festival created specifically to showcase new gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and transsexual filmmaking.” It hits Avenida Liberdade (Cinema São Jorge) for its 23d edition this week, kicking off with the documentary Indianara, a flick about the struggles of transgender people in Brazil, on Friday night.
What follows is an all-nighter party at Titanic, eight days of dozens of international films, indie and other, discussions, debates, meet-and-greets, more parties, and probably a few pleasant surprises.

See the extensive program and learn more here.

ENTRY: 4€
PACK OF 5: 16€.

Here’s a quick glimpse at all the films of Queer Lisboa 23 – International Queer Film Festival. Thanks, Youtube.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6DeOZszcM9s[/embed]

Sep
30
Mon
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Sep 30 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
1
Tue
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 1 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 1 @ 22:00 – Oct 2 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Oct
2
Wed
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 2 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
3
Thu
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 3 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
4
Fri
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 4 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
7
Mon
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 7 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
8
Tue
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 8 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 8 @ 22:00 – Oct 9 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Oct
9
Wed
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 9 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
10
Thu
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 10 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
11
Fri
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 11 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
14
Mon
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 14 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
15
Tue
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 15 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 15 @ 22:00 – Oct 16 @ 04:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D'fusao | FREE @ Crew Hassan | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Tuesday nights can get a little raw in this town.
Noite Crua (“Raw Night”) is a weekly residency at Crew Hassan dedicated to the Lusophone (Portuguese-speaking) music scene.
This September Noite Crua returns with Cape Verdean artist and guitar maestro Txuninh D’fusao, along with DJ sets by residents Le Cirque du freak and Mushug.

Come keep it raw.

FREE ENTRY.

Here’s a glimpse.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7l9satSl57M[/embed]

Oct
16
Wed
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 16 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
17
Thu
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 17 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

Oct
18
Fri
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE
Oct 18 @ 09:30 – 17:30
to Oct19 | EXHIBITION | Robinson Crusoe: 300 years | Campo Grande | FREE @ Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“It is never too late to be wise.”
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe.

Did you know that it’s been 300 years since Daniel Defoe shipwrecked Robinson Crusoe, thereby plunging them both into literary immortality?

Biblioteca Nacional de Portugal is paying homage to the classic novel throughout September and October, and here’s what we’ve gathered from them:
“Curated by Rogério Miguel Puga (CETAPS, NOVA FCSH), this show presents the specifics of Portuguese translations and adaptations of Daniel Defoe’s realistic novel, as well as the various visual representations of the global hero throughout the times.
This year marks the 300th anniversary of the publication of the novel – April 25, 1719 – which quickly became a symbol in world popular culture, inspiring (intersemiotically) novels, plays, children’s works, operas, films, video games, among other art forms, being rewritten, revisited, transformed, and commented on by authors such as Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Robert Louis Stevenson, HG Wells, EM Forster, Virginia Gold, William Balling, and countless others that force the hero to migrate across various languages ​​and cultures, including Portugal, as this show reveals.”

FREE ENTRY.

Wil-son!!!
(oh, wait…)

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