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February 18, 2019

This week in Florence (18/24 February)

Find out everything you can not miss this week in the city and beyond

Let's start at the Teatro della Pergola on Tuesday 19 with Sebastiano Lo Monaco, a show in the national premiere that the director and playwright has strongly wanted and interpreted. The life of the Sicilian actor and that of the writer Luigi Pirandello meet, contaminate and intertwine. Spiritually together on the stage to tell a theater lived viscerally until February 24th.

At the Teatro Puccini on Wednesday 20 February, an atypical show Caveman - The Man of the Caves. The monologue, born overseas in the United States in 1995 and exported to 30 countries worldwide, has already been seen by over 10 million viewers. The Italian version directed by Teo Teocoli, is affirmed as one of the best interpretations. While at Modigliani Forum in Livorno with his unmistakable grit Emma arrives to excite and engage his audience with the excerpts from the last album Be here.

Thursday the 21st edition of the XIV edition dedicated to every type of dance and an entire area of ​​Urban dance, with all its forms and specialties where battle, contest and street-themed lessons will take place. Dance at the Fair will take place at the Fortezza da Basso until 24 February.

One of the most anticipated events of the theater season 2018/19 of the Puccini Theater is undoubtedly Alessandro Baricco who reads his twentieth century, February 22nd and 23rd.

The Subsonica arrive in Italy with their "8 Tour". The new tour will stop on Saturday 23rd February at the Mandela Forum in Florence (9.00pm) for the highly anticipated return to the Tuscan public. Also on Saturday, at the Flog Auditorium, the first date of the new Bobo Rodelli Preview Tour and the inauguration of the new Saturday Saturday Fever season.

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.
Then the cult exhibitions are going on: Animalia Fashion at Palazzo Pitti, Bansky at Palazzo Medici Riccardi and Luca Pignatelli at the Bardini Museum.

What awaits us is a lively Carnival weekend, click here for the historic Viareggio Carnival and here for the other events in Tuscany!


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