This week in Florence (19/25 January)
Theater, music, outdoor itineraries: here all events not to be missed!
Monday 19 inaugurates the exhibition Expressions 4, staged in the hall of temporary exhibitions, the ground floor of the Galleria dell'Accademia. A small exhibition organized by the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, whose works deal with the theme of the design in relation to photography (until February 1).
Tuesday 20 at the Teatro della Pergola, first national debut for Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Tennessee Williams. Vittoria Puccini, muse of film directors such as Sergio Rubini and Gabriele Muccino, will rise for the first time on the stage of a theater in one of the roles of the immortal drama of the '900, Maggie the cat. Beside her, enveloped in dense web of lies of his wife, moves the Brick Vinicio Marchioni, Cold in the TV series Crime Novel by Stefano Sollima. At Goldoni, Amerika directed by Maurizio Scaparro. Both shows on stage until Sunday, January 25th.
Wednesday 21, featuring the tango: at the Teatro Verdi, Tango de mi Buenos Aires by the Argentine Company with Neri Piliu and Yanina Quinones
Thursday 22, treat yourself to a trip masculine elegance through the works of art of our city. Figures related to policy or mythology, men who have shaped the history of Western figurative, like Michelangelo's David, the Perseus by Benvenuto Cellini, or Hercules and Cacus by Baccio Bandinelli. Discover them here! In the evening move to the Teatro Metastasio in Prato for the show Il cappotto, directed by Alessandro d'Alatri.
Friday 23, go to have dinner in one of the best trattorias of Florence. Or choose the show of Andrea Kaemmerle Cats & Means at Teatro Puccini.
Saturday 24, for the exhibition Friends of Music at the Pergola, V. Mullova violin and piano by K. Labèque at 16. In the evening, the music of Bandabardò at the Obihall and the fantastic adventure of Mr. Starr with Lillo and Greg at Politeama Prato. Fancy a mountain? Discover our itinerary of the Abetone!
Sunday 25, the last day to visit the exhibition Picasso and the Spanish modernity, Palazzo Strozzi, organized by Fondazione Palazzo Strozzi and Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.