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Oct
19
Sat
to Oct 19 | ART AND DANCE FESTIVAL | Cartografias#2: The Body as a Frontier of Resistance | Anjos | 3-7€
Oct 19 @ 19:00 – 21:30
to Oct 19 | ART AND DANCE FESTIVAL | Cartografias#2: The Body as a Frontier of Resistance | Anjos | 3-7€ @ Forum Dança | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

It’s no secret that, sometimes, one finds themselves thinking about the body’s relationship with psychological vertigo and the desire for annihilation… And, at other times, one just wants to dance.

Here’s what organizer Ezequiel Santos says about CARTOGRAFIAS#2:
“Integrating artists from three continents between shows, workshops and social moments of meeting with the public, ‘The body as a frontier of resistance defines its programmatic line; one is the dance that produces resistance metaphors, creating devices between the political and the aesthetic.

Joana Von Mayer Trindade and Hugo Calhim Cristovão, artists based in the city of Porto, present ‘Dos Suicidados – The Vice of Humiliating Immortality.’ Starting from the work of Raúl Leal, a piece of rare physicality is constructed. This piece also confronts the spectator with a look about the body’s relationship with psychological vertigo and the desire for annihilation.

In collaboration with Portuguese choreographer Nuno Lucas, we present two South Korean artists: Jin Young Park, in an informal show at her Lisbon residence, and Ha Young Bu, a consecrated master who will lead a choreographic research laboratory inspired by Korean traditional dance. The laboratory is open to the community and is a work of great technical and inspiring impact on contemporary dance and theater devices, as the dimension of corporeality is developed as a resistance to social stereotypes.

As emerging artists and participants in Forum Dança training courses, Clarissa Rêgo, Bruno Brandolino, Bibi Dória, Marta Ramos and Blanche Denarnaud will also present solos that reflect dramas and fictions about the conditions of late modernity: these artists move between physical nudity and the representations of the grotesque, relying on the rawness of scenic means and the conscious, cultural, and experiential emanations of themselves.”

Yep, what Ezequiel said.

THE PROGRAM:

Days 3 and 4 \ Forum Dança:
19H00 BLOOM, Clarissa Rêgo (BR);
20H30 EL UNIVERSO NO SE ASEMEJA A NADA, Bruno Brandolino (UY) \ Performance in English.

Day 5 \ CCB-Black Box:
21H00 DOS SUICIDADOS – O VÍCIO DE HUMILHAR A IMORTALIDADE, Hugo Calhim Cristovão & Joana von Mayer Trindade (PT) \ Performance in portuguese

From 7 to 10 \ Forum Dança:
11H00 to 14H00 WORKSHOP KOREAN TRADITIONAL DANCE, with Ha Yong Bu (KR)

Days 11 and 12 \ Forum Dança:
19H00 UM CORPO QUE SE ESCONDE TAMBÉM EXISTE, Marta Ramos (PT) \ Performance in portuguese
20H30 É PURO GLACÊ, Bibi Dória (BR) \ Performance in portuguese

Day 12 \ Forum Dança:
16H00 WORKSHOP INFORMAL PRESENTATION with Ha Yong Bu (KR)
16h30 (AND) ABOUT TIME (TOO), Jin Young Park (KR)\ Support of Arts Council Korea

Days 18 and 19 \ Forum Dança:
19H00 HARRIRA, de Blanche Denarnaud (FR) \ Performance in English.

TICKETS:
Tickets on sale 30 minutes before each performance.
No reservations accepted. Limited capacity.

PRICES:
3 € each performance.
5 € two performances on the same day.
7 € performance at CCB\Black Box.

WORKSHOP REGISTRATION:
Registration until the 4th of October to the email [email protected].
Max number participants: 20.
Target: Professionals, students and people with prior experience in movement and/or theater.
Participation fee: 90€.
Discount: 15% for professionals, Forum Dance students and alumni.

MORE INFO HERE, or via
+351 213 428 985.
+351 925 103 596.
E-mail: [email protected].

to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€
Oct 19 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare's Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€ @ Casino Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”
– William Shakespeare.

Oh, Billy. He was good… Timeless…
That said, when was the last time you finished one of Billy’s books?
That’s right, ain’t nobody got time for that nowadays.
However, if you still want to stay woke to the ways of the Bard without dedicating a lifetime to it, fear not.

William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes.
(As obras completas de William Shakespeare em 97 minutos, in Portuguese), aka The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), first premiered in London in 1996. That’s a long time ago. It remained somewhat obscure since then.
That is, until now.
Organizers?
“The public didn’t ask, but they are back!
More than 1,000,000 have eaten …. or, rather, seen it!
Or maybe not…

There are shows that are a real phenomenon. This is one of them!
From tragedies to comedies, to historical plays and even sonnets, William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes revisits Shakespeare’s 37 works and engages audiences in such a way that they become an integral part of the action.

Produced by UAU… the play The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 97 Minutes marks several generations, as it has done since its debut in 1996, now staged by António Pires and acted by Pedro Pernas, Reuben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

Don’t miss it!”

Text: Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Borgeson.
Directed by Antonio Pires.
Translation: Célia Mendes
Costumes: Marta Pedroso
Choreography: Sissi Martins
Performers: Pedro Pernas, Rúben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

NOTE: You’ll need 97 minutes and to speak Portuguese for this one.

SHOWTIMES:

Thursday-Saturday: 21h30.
Sundays: 17h.

TICKETS: 15-17€, here.

“Time… thou ceaseless lackey to eternity.”
W.S.

Oct
20
Sun
SPORT | Lisbon Marathon 2019 | Lisbon | 40-95€
Oct 20 @ 08:00 – 14:00
SPORT | Lisbon Marathon 2019 | Lisbon | 40-95€ @ Lisbon | Lisbon | Lisbon | Portugal

The EDP Lisbon Marathon returns for its seventh edition this Sunday. It has been described as “one of the most beautiful races in the world,” which, if running is your thing, is arguably true, given the route.

It will be a nightmare for some locals, but also a dream come true for thousands, local and other.
There’s still time to register for those with true grit.

Happy running.

More info and registration here.

to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 20 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

STREET MARKET | Arroz Studios Sunday Street Market | Cacilhas | FREE
Oct 20 @ 12:00 – 20:00
STREET MARKET | Arroz Studios Sunday Street Market | Cacilhas | FREE @ Arroz Estúdios | Lisboa | Setúbal | Portugal

Good food, vegan and other.
Good craft drinks, tea, coffee, beer, and other.
Artwork. Crafts. Clothing. Live music. DJs. People. Couches. Plants. Dogs. A cat. The river. A spectacular view of the city…
The Arroz Studios Sunday Street Market is all this and more, and it runs from midday to sundown.

The organizers add:
“There will also be a clothes swap held in the studios for the day, more info here.”

How to get to Arroz Studios:
Take the ferry (7 minutes) from Cais do Sodré to Cacilhas. When you land on the other side, take your first right and walk along the river for 200 meters, you’ll see us!

If you would like to participate in the Street market, then email us at [email protected] with the subject line ‘Street Market’.”

P.S.: Word on the street is that the guy selling fresh-framed fish is an Atlas spy.

P.P.S.: The pulled-pork sandwiches are amazing, even the vegan ones…

FREE ENTRY.

DREAMFOLK CONCERT | The Loafing Heroes | Arroios | FREE
Oct 20 @ 21:00 – 23:00
DREAMFOLK CONCERT | The Loafing Heroes | Arroios | FREE @ RA 100 Arroios | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

October is a great time for loafing around and not paying mind to the technological overloads and ecological catastrophe of our troubled times.

The Loafing Heroes describe themselves as “a cosmopolitan ‘dream-folk’ group that fuses poetic lyrics with emotive melodies of auto-harp, viola, clarinet, guitar, concertina and percussion.”

Currently based in Lisbon, the project “conveys a subversive idea of ​​’loafing’ (which can mean wandering, lazy, idle, and thus perhaps an art of living and seeing) through albums.”

The Heroes released their sixth album, Meandertales, earlier this year.
This Sunday they’re stopping by RA 100 Arroios to share it, and more, with you.

Check out Atlas’ interview with the Heroes here.

FREE ENTRY.

Happy loafing.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gd__gdI61ic[/embed]

to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€
Oct 20 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare's Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€ @ Casino Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”
– William Shakespeare.

Oh, Billy. He was good… Timeless…
That said, when was the last time you finished one of Billy’s books?
That’s right, ain’t nobody got time for that nowadays.
However, if you still want to stay woke to the ways of the Bard without dedicating a lifetime to it, fear not.

William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes.
(As obras completas de William Shakespeare em 97 minutos, in Portuguese), aka The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), first premiered in London in 1996. That’s a long time ago. It remained somewhat obscure since then.
That is, until now.
Organizers?
“The public didn’t ask, but they are back!
More than 1,000,000 have eaten …. or, rather, seen it!
Or maybe not…

There are shows that are a real phenomenon. This is one of them!
From tragedies to comedies, to historical plays and even sonnets, William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes revisits Shakespeare’s 37 works and engages audiences in such a way that they become an integral part of the action.

Produced by UAU… the play The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 97 Minutes marks several generations, as it has done since its debut in 1996, now staged by António Pires and acted by Pedro Pernas, Reuben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

Don’t miss it!”

Text: Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Borgeson.
Directed by Antonio Pires.
Translation: Célia Mendes
Costumes: Marta Pedroso
Choreography: Sissi Martins
Performers: Pedro Pernas, Rúben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

NOTE: You’ll need 97 minutes and to speak Portuguese for this one.

SHOWTIMES:

Thursday-Saturday: 21h30.
Sundays: 17h.

TICKETS: 15-17€, here.

“Time… thou ceaseless lackey to eternity.”
W.S.

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Oct 20 @ 23:59 – Oct 21 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Oct
21
Mon
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 21 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

Oct
22
Tue
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 22 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Oct 22 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

Weekly to Oct 29 | ART WORKSHOP | Drawing with Wine | Avenida | 20€
Oct 22 @ 18:00 – 20:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | ART WORKSHOP | Drawing with Wine | Avenida | 20€ @ Teatro Sao Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Would you like to sketch a 149-year old street (Avenida da Liberdade) while sipping some wine on the terrace of a 70-something-year-old theatre (São Jorge Theatre) while using said wine as your main medium?
Well, if you’ve got 20 bucks, then every Tuesday in September and October you have the chance to channel your inner Van Gogh like a true artist — with booze.

The organizers, Wine with a View, add:
“Get to know the bustling life of the avenue at Wine With a View Avenida…and take a closer look at what you can’t see at first glance. At each session, an observation exercise will be proposed and the possibility to explore painting with wine will be offered.

About the guide:
“Sofia Arez is a Portuguese artist, researcher, and educator driven by a deep interest in nature and perception. Her work is a constant dialogue and it progresses as a ‘conversation’ between the maker and the spontaneous findings, suggested by the multitude forms of life.
She was born in Lisbon in 1972 and holds a master’s in Painting from the University of Lisbon.”

20€ per session.

Space may be limited so reserve your spot here.

And, remember, no matter how mature or immature your final product is — at least here you can lick the brush freely. Hell, you can even drink the ink!

Saude!

Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 22 @ 22:00 – Oct 23 @ 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
23
Wed
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 23 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Oct 23 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

Oct
24
Thu
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 24 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Oct 24 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€
Oct 24 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare's Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€ @ Casino Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”
– William Shakespeare.

Oh, Billy. He was good… Timeless…
That said, when was the last time you finished one of Billy’s books?
That’s right, ain’t nobody got time for that nowadays.
However, if you still want to stay woke to the ways of the Bard without dedicating a lifetime to it, fear not.

William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes.
(As obras completas de William Shakespeare em 97 minutos, in Portuguese), aka The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), first premiered in London in 1996. That’s a long time ago. It remained somewhat obscure since then.
That is, until now.
Organizers?
“The public didn’t ask, but they are back!
More than 1,000,000 have eaten …. or, rather, seen it!
Or maybe not…

There are shows that are a real phenomenon. This is one of them!
From tragedies to comedies, to historical plays and even sonnets, William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes revisits Shakespeare’s 37 works and engages audiences in such a way that they become an integral part of the action.

Produced by UAU… the play The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 97 Minutes marks several generations, as it has done since its debut in 1996, now staged by António Pires and acted by Pedro Pernas, Reuben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

Don’t miss it!”

Text: Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Borgeson.
Directed by Antonio Pires.
Translation: Célia Mendes
Costumes: Marta Pedroso
Choreography: Sissi Martins
Performers: Pedro Pernas, Rúben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

NOTE: You’ll need 97 minutes and to speak Portuguese for this one.

SHOWTIMES:

Thursday-Saturday: 21h30.
Sundays: 17h.

TICKETS: 15-17€, here.

“Time… thou ceaseless lackey to eternity.”
W.S.

Oct
25
Fri
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 25 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Oct 25 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€
Oct 25 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare's Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€ @ Casino Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”
– William Shakespeare.

Oh, Billy. He was good… Timeless…
That said, when was the last time you finished one of Billy’s books?
That’s right, ain’t nobody got time for that nowadays.
However, if you still want to stay woke to the ways of the Bard without dedicating a lifetime to it, fear not.

William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes.
(As obras completas de William Shakespeare em 97 minutos, in Portuguese), aka The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), first premiered in London in 1996. That’s a long time ago. It remained somewhat obscure since then.
That is, until now.
Organizers?
“The public didn’t ask, but they are back!
More than 1,000,000 have eaten …. or, rather, seen it!
Or maybe not…

There are shows that are a real phenomenon. This is one of them!
From tragedies to comedies, to historical plays and even sonnets, William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes revisits Shakespeare’s 37 works and engages audiences in such a way that they become an integral part of the action.

Produced by UAU… the play The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 97 Minutes marks several generations, as it has done since its debut in 1996, now staged by António Pires and acted by Pedro Pernas, Reuben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

Don’t miss it!”

Text: Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Borgeson.
Directed by Antonio Pires.
Translation: Célia Mendes
Costumes: Marta Pedroso
Choreography: Sissi Martins
Performers: Pedro Pernas, Rúben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

NOTE: You’ll need 97 minutes and to speak Portuguese for this one.

SHOWTIMES:

Thursday-Saturday: 21h30.
Sundays: 17h.

TICKETS: 15-17€, here.

“Time… thou ceaseless lackey to eternity.”
W.S.

Oct
26
Sat
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 26 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Oct 26 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€
Oct 26 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare's Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€ @ Casino Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”
– William Shakespeare.

Oh, Billy. He was good… Timeless…
That said, when was the last time you finished one of Billy’s books?
That’s right, ain’t nobody got time for that nowadays.
However, if you still want to stay woke to the ways of the Bard without dedicating a lifetime to it, fear not.

William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes.
(As obras completas de William Shakespeare em 97 minutos, in Portuguese), aka The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), first premiered in London in 1996. That’s a long time ago. It remained somewhat obscure since then.
That is, until now.
Organizers?
“The public didn’t ask, but they are back!
More than 1,000,000 have eaten …. or, rather, seen it!
Or maybe not…

There are shows that are a real phenomenon. This is one of them!
From tragedies to comedies, to historical plays and even sonnets, William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes revisits Shakespeare’s 37 works and engages audiences in such a way that they become an integral part of the action.

Produced by UAU… the play The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 97 Minutes marks several generations, as it has done since its debut in 1996, now staged by António Pires and acted by Pedro Pernas, Reuben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

Don’t miss it!”

Text: Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Borgeson.
Directed by Antonio Pires.
Translation: Célia Mendes
Costumes: Marta Pedroso
Choreography: Sissi Martins
Performers: Pedro Pernas, Rúben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

NOTE: You’ll need 97 minutes and to speak Portuguese for this one.

SHOWTIMES:

Thursday-Saturday: 21h30.
Sundays: 17h.

TICKETS: 15-17€, here.

“Time… thou ceaseless lackey to eternity.”
W.S.

Oct
27
Sun
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 27 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€
Oct 27 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare's Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€ @ Casino Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”
– William Shakespeare.

Oh, Billy. He was good… Timeless…
That said, when was the last time you finished one of Billy’s books?
That’s right, ain’t nobody got time for that nowadays.
However, if you still want to stay woke to the ways of the Bard without dedicating a lifetime to it, fear not.

William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes.
(As obras completas de William Shakespeare em 97 minutos, in Portuguese), aka The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), first premiered in London in 1996. That’s a long time ago. It remained somewhat obscure since then.
That is, until now.
Organizers?
“The public didn’t ask, but they are back!
More than 1,000,000 have eaten …. or, rather, seen it!
Or maybe not…

There are shows that are a real phenomenon. This is one of them!
From tragedies to comedies, to historical plays and even sonnets, William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes revisits Shakespeare’s 37 works and engages audiences in such a way that they become an integral part of the action.

Produced by UAU… the play The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 97 Minutes marks several generations, as it has done since its debut in 1996, now staged by António Pires and acted by Pedro Pernas, Reuben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

Don’t miss it!”

Text: Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Borgeson.
Directed by Antonio Pires.
Translation: Célia Mendes
Costumes: Marta Pedroso
Choreography: Sissi Martins
Performers: Pedro Pernas, Rúben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

NOTE: You’ll need 97 minutes and to speak Portuguese for this one.

SHOWTIMES:

Thursday-Saturday: 21h30.
Sundays: 17h.

TICKETS: 15-17€, here.

“Time… thou ceaseless lackey to eternity.”
W.S.

WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD
Oct 27 @ 23:59 – Oct 28 @ 06:00
WEEKLY | BreakBeat Sundays at MusicBox | Cais do Sodré | TBD @ Musicbox | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

From MusicBox, the organizers:
“Breakbeat is a widely used rhythm in funk, hip-hop or bass music, characterized by being unpredictable and contrary to the usual 4/4, resulting in a much more energetic cadence.”
So, if you find yourself stranded on Pink Street on a Sunday night and looking for a much more energetic cadence, you know where to go. The BreakBeat night actually starts at 1 am, but you know how these digital calendars are.

ENTRY: TBD (usually a beer or two).

Here’s some breakbeat for ya.

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FCo8vGUKuE[/embed]

Oct
28
Mon
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 28 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

Oct
29
Tue
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 29 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Oct 29 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

Weekly to Oct 29 | ART WORKSHOP | Drawing with Wine | Avenida | 20€
Oct 29 @ 18:00 – 20:00
Weekly to Oct 29 | ART WORKSHOP | Drawing with Wine | Avenida | 20€ @ Teatro Sao Jorge | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

Would you like to sketch a 149-year old street (Avenida da Liberdade) while sipping some wine on the terrace of a 70-something-year-old theatre (São Jorge Theatre) while using said wine as your main medium?
Well, if you’ve got 20 bucks, then every Tuesday in September and October you have the chance to channel your inner Van Gogh like a true artist — with booze.

The organizers, Wine with a View, add:
“Get to know the bustling life of the avenue at Wine With a View Avenida…and take a closer look at what you can’t see at first glance. At each session, an observation exercise will be proposed and the possibility to explore painting with wine will be offered.

About the guide:
“Sofia Arez is a Portuguese artist, researcher, and educator driven by a deep interest in nature and perception. Her work is a constant dialogue and it progresses as a ‘conversation’ between the maker and the spontaneous findings, suggested by the multitude forms of life.
She was born in Lisbon in 1972 and holds a master’s in Painting from the University of Lisbon.”

20€ per session.

Space may be limited so reserve your spot here.

And, remember, no matter how mature or immature your final product is — at least here you can lick the brush freely. Hell, you can even drink the ink!

Saude!

Weekly to Oct 29 | MUSIC | Noite Crua with Txuninh D’fusao | FREE
Oct 29 @ 22:00 – Oct 30 @ 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
30
Wed
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 30 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Oct 30 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

Oct
31
Thu
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€
Oct 31 @ 09:30 – 17:00
to Oct 31 | NATURE | Visits to the Badoca Safari Park | Alentejo | 15,90-17,90€ @ BADOCA SAFARI PARK | Vila Nova de Stº André | Setúbal | Portugal

Psst.
Hey you.
You like giraffes?
Of course you do.
Who doesn’t?

The Badoca Safari Park down in Alentejo has giraffes.
And a bunch of other cool animals.
And guided tours and stuff.
Basically, some text-free fun for the whole family.

Open every day (holidays included) until October 31st, 2019.

Tickets here.

to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Oct 31 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€
Oct 31 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare's Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€ @ Casino Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”
– William Shakespeare.

Oh, Billy. He was good… Timeless…
That said, when was the last time you finished one of Billy’s books?
That’s right, ain’t nobody got time for that nowadays.
However, if you still want to stay woke to the ways of the Bard without dedicating a lifetime to it, fear not.

William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes.
(As obras completas de William Shakespeare em 97 minutos, in Portuguese), aka The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), first premiered in London in 1996. That’s a long time ago. It remained somewhat obscure since then.
That is, until now.
Organizers?
“The public didn’t ask, but they are back!
More than 1,000,000 have eaten …. or, rather, seen it!
Or maybe not…

There are shows that are a real phenomenon. This is one of them!
From tragedies to comedies, to historical plays and even sonnets, William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes revisits Shakespeare’s 37 works and engages audiences in such a way that they become an integral part of the action.

Produced by UAU… the play The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 97 Minutes marks several generations, as it has done since its debut in 1996, now staged by António Pires and acted by Pedro Pernas, Reuben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

Don’t miss it!”

Text: Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Borgeson.
Directed by Antonio Pires.
Translation: Célia Mendes
Costumes: Marta Pedroso
Choreography: Sissi Martins
Performers: Pedro Pernas, Rúben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

NOTE: You’ll need 97 minutes and to speak Portuguese for this one.

SHOWTIMES:

Thursday-Saturday: 21h30.
Sundays: 17h.

TICKETS: 15-17€, here.

“Time… thou ceaseless lackey to eternity.”
W.S.

Nov
1
Fri
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Nov 1 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€
Nov 1 @ 21:30 – 23:00
to Nov 3 | THEATER | William Shakespeare's Complete Works in 97 Minutes | Oriente | 15-17€ @ Casino Lisboa | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

“Defer no time, delays have dangerous ends.”
– William Shakespeare.

Oh, Billy. He was good… Timeless…
That said, when was the last time you finished one of Billy’s books?
That’s right, ain’t nobody got time for that nowadays.
However, if you still want to stay woke to the ways of the Bard without dedicating a lifetime to it, fear not.

William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes.
(As obras completas de William Shakespeare em 97 minutos, in Portuguese), aka The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), first premiered in London in 1996. That’s a long time ago. It remained somewhat obscure since then.
That is, until now.
Organizers?
“The public didn’t ask, but they are back!
More than 1,000,000 have eaten …. or, rather, seen it!
Or maybe not…

There are shows that are a real phenomenon. This is one of them!
From tragedies to comedies, to historical plays and even sonnets, William Shakespeare’s Complete Works in 97 Minutes revisits Shakespeare’s 37 works and engages audiences in such a way that they become an integral part of the action.

Produced by UAU… the play The Complete Works of William Shakespeare in 97 Minutes marks several generations, as it has done since its debut in 1996, now staged by António Pires and acted by Pedro Pernas, Reuben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

Don’t miss it!”

Text: Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Borgeson.
Directed by Antonio Pires.
Translation: Célia Mendes
Costumes: Marta Pedroso
Choreography: Sissi Martins
Performers: Pedro Pernas, Rúben Madureira, and Telmo Ramalho.

NOTE: You’ll need 97 minutes and to speak Portuguese for this one.

SHOWTIMES:

Thursday-Saturday: 21h30.
Sundays: 17h.

TICKETS: 15-17€, here.

“Time… thou ceaseless lackey to eternity.”
W.S.

Nov
2
Sat
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita’s Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE
Nov 2 @ 12:00 – 19:00
to Nov 16 | ART EXHIBIT AND INAUGURATION | Wasted Rita's Solo Show | Braço de Prata | FREE @ Underdogs10 | Lisboa | Lisboa | Portugal

And now for something completely different: a show that features at least one female artist.
Hmm.
Well, that’s different.
Coincidentally, that’s also the name of the new solo show by local female artist Wasted Rita.

Here’s how Underdogs10, hosts of “And now..” for the next month, describe this one:
“Starting off with a title which, in an intentional and immediate way, imprints a provocative tone onto this exhibition, Wasted Rita invites us once again to enter a staging with performative contours that serves as a vehicle to share with us a critical reading – with the habitual mordant and poetic straightforwardness that characterises her discourse – of various domains of contemporary popular culture – particularly television, the Internet, and other visual media – that habitually capture her attention in her daily life.

Inspired by the black hole of procrastination into which she usually falls when she lets herself be captured by easy and light entertainment contents – yet intelligently conceived to seduce and capture wide audiences – the artist resorts to various of these formats and reinterprets them in order to materialise another chapter of the intimate narrative she has been developing in the course of a practice that transcends the exhibition space and blurs the boundaries between life and art.”

Damn.
Well, it just got weird.

*Opening reception with the artist:
Friday, October 18, 19h – 22h.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday – Saturday, 12h — 19h.

Exhibition on view until November 16.

FREE ENTRY.

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