This week in Florence (25/31 March)
find out everything you can't miss this week in the city
Maurizio Scaparro brings Waiting for Godot to the Teatro della Pergola, Tuesday 26th, Wednesday 27th and Thursday 28th March.
Mimmo Paladino returns to Florence as set designer for La clemenza di Tito by Mozart (March 20-27) Federico Maria Sardelli conducts the Maggio Orchestra and Chorus, Roberto Andò directing.
The Maggio Musicale Fiorentino season continues with Il Barbiere di Siviglia by Damiano Michieletto on 26 and 28 March.
God Save The Wine returns on 28 March from Eataly to Florence a stone's throw from Piazza Duomo. A selection of high quality companies for a "white" tasting to celebrate the spring that has just begun.
One of the most beloved singers of Italian music returns to the stage. After the release of the last album, Loredana Bertè brings a new show to TuscanyHall (formerly Obihall) on March 29th where she presents the latest songs along with her long-standing hits.
At Palazzo Vecchio, the exhibition Leonardo da Vinci and Florence. Sheets chosen from the Codex Atlanticus, which presents, from March 29th to June 24th, twelve papers from the venerable Ambrosian Library.
After her participation in the Sanremo Festival, Arisa sings for the first time live the songs of the album Una nuova Rosalba in the city, on March 30th at the Viper Theater.
Return to the Visarno Hippodrome in Florence, in the Parco delle Cascine, the festival entirely dedicated to finger food that offers a wide range of excellences between street food and craft beers.
Finally, the cult exhibitions are going on: Animalia Fashion at Palazzo Pitti, Bansky at Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Solo. 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 15 Fashion in Florence. The birth of Italian fashion shows with the exclusive shots of the Locchi Photo Archive to tell the birth of Italian fashion