“The Wizard of Oz”, an adaptation from the original book by L. Frank Baum, with text signed by Ana Saragoça, will be on stage at Teatro Armando Cortez/ Casa do Artista, for a series of presentations with the traditional TIL seal of quality.
More than a play, ‘A Morte de um Corvo’ is an immersive experience of visual, scenic and technological impact, which proposes a journey to 1924.
Almost 10 years later, the show of the best-known feline tribe worldwide – the Jellicle cats – is back in Lisbon. A timeless musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber that is the perfect fusion of music, dance and poetry.
Red Light Circus is a show for adults that explores hidden taboos behind sexual desires.
‘Corpo Clandestino’ is a performance which proposes to rethink the normativity of the body, making it a way of communication and sharing, instead of being reductive and standardized.
Based on the original story of ‘The Jungle Book’, Akram Khan creates a new production of dance, theatre and visual technology.
[ May ] Marionettes and animated forms from all over the world descend on the capital.
Festival Temps d'Images: the interaction between the performing arts and the visual image to discover during one month in Lisbon
A memorable show with Stars and Soloists of World Dance. Time to be delighted with the most beautiful and emblematic Pas de Deux from the classical repertoire.
Lisboa fills with art, with the city’s squares and parks transformed into authentic open-air stages offering theatre, cinema, music, dance, literature and magic.
OPERAFEST LSIBOA, the “out of the box” opera festival is back in its 4th edition, under the moto “Between Heaven and Hell” with vibrating opera for all tastes!!
The Alkantara Festival presents an international programme of theatre, dance and other performing arts. And talks about the artistic practices in contemporary society.