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March 11, 2019

This week in Florence (11/17 March)

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Last day to visit the Taste enogastronomic fair, which has reached its fourteenth birthday. To learn more read here!

Still today, Carl Brave, singer-songwriter, rapper and Roman producer, returns to live on the wave of the last album "Notti Brave (After)" with a concert at the Teatro Verdi.

The success of the Maneskin continues, the revelation band of X Factor 2017 is preparing for a triumphal tour studded with sold out: Tuesday, March 12 at TuscanyHall.

At the Teatro della Pergola, from March 12th to 17th, the Promessi Sposi will test an unprecedented rereading of Alessandro Manzoni's masterpiece.

At the Teatro Puccini, Wednesday, March 13 staged the show "The Thousand and One Degree", directed by Paolo Ruffini is a succession of anecdotes and reflections between exam panic, commuting trips, cocktails, study sessions, parties in disco and lightning strikes. On stage Filippo Caccamo gives voice to different characters, constantly interacting with the public.

Back from 15 to 17 March at the Fortezza da Basso, Florence Bio. The opportunity to explore issues related to wellness, nutrition and body care.

Fedez arrives on the Mandela Forum stage on March 15 with his Paranoia Airlines Tour during which he will bring live the excerpts from his last album.

The Solo exhibition is underway until March 28th. Medardo Rosso, set up in the spaces of the Novecento Museum in Florence. Curated by Marco Fagioli and Sergio Risaliti, the exhibition is dedicated to Medardo Rosso, one of the greatest Italian sculptors of the period between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

At The Mall Florence, until April 15th Fashion in Florence. The birth of Italian fashion shows with the exclusive shots of the Archivio Foto Locchi to illustrate the birth of Italian fashion.

The exhibitions then go on: Animalia Fashion at Palazzo Pitti, Bansky at Palazzo Medici Riccardi and Luca Pignatelli at the Bardini Museum.


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