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Lisbon Events Calendar

Logistics for planning things to do for an excellent day (or week, or month) in and around Lisbon, in English. ATTENTION: Most of the top museums in Lisbon have re-opened with new hours and regulations. There will likely be last-minute cancellations on events so for now, it’s best to call and check if the event you fancy is still going on — just in case.
Aug
14
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 14 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
15
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 15 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
16
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 16 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
17
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 17 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
21
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 21 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
22
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 22 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
23
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 23 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
24
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 24 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
28
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 28 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
29
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 29 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
30
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 30 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Aug
31
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Aug 31 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
4
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 4 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
5
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 5 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
6
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 6 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
7
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 7 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
11
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 11 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
12
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 12 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
13
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 13 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
14
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 14 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
18
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 18 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
19
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 19 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
20
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 20 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
21
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 21 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
25
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 25 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
26
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 26 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
27
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 27 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Sep
28
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Sep 28 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
2
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 2 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
3
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 3 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
4
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 4 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
5
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 5 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
9
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 9 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
10
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 10 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
11
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 11 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
12
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 12 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
16
Fri
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 16 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
17
Sat
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 17 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
18
Sun
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 18 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

Oct
19
Mon
2020
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE
Oct 19 all-day
to Nov | OPEN-AIR THEATER | A Barraca a Céu Aberto | Santos | FREE @ Jardim Nuno Álvares | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

A BARRACA (“the tent”) is a local theater group founded in 1975 by actress and stage director Maria do Céu Guerra, director Mario Alberto, and playwright Hélder Costa. Back then, it belonged to an emerging movement of experimental independent theater companies, following the revolution, and at some point was considered the most popular theater company in Portugal. Maria, Mario and Hélder remain at its helm to this day.

This summer, A BARRACA emerges from the lockdown with a series of free open-air plays and performances for all ages.

The Program:
Saturdays at 17h and Sundays at 11h (until August 16th), for the kids:
-‘The Wonderful Adventures of Saltapocinhas’ by Aquilino Ribeiro;
The Tale of the Unknown Island by José Saramago.

Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly):
-‘Imaginary Encounters,’ debates between important characters in history, directed by Hélder Mateus da Costa.

Fridays and Mondays at 21h (bi-weekly, for “lovers of poetry, music, and theater”):
-‘Surprise nights’ with poetry recitals.

FREE ENTRY.

*Get more info and reserve your place through +351 213 965 360 or 213965275, or via [email protected].

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