This week in Florence (28 January/3 February)
National premieres and vernissage between art and fashion. For you, our Save the dates of this end of January and beginning of February
From tonight until Wednesday, the star of the Nelson Mandela Forum will be Enrico Brignano with his Innamorato perso.
Tomorrow at the Teatro della Pergola Matteo Tarasco directs Glauco Mauri Roberto Sturno for a national premiere not to be missed: The Brothers Karamazov, Dostoevsky's latest masterpiece.
Wednesday the second show of the Teatro Niccolini on the occasion of the Day of Memory: Chronicles of the Shoah. Nursery rhymes of the black light, with live music by Fabrizio Bosso (on the trumpet) and Julian Oliver Mazzariello (on the piano).
For the wedding anniversary of the spouses Doni, the Uffizi Galleries offer access to couples for the whole day of January 31 at the price of a single ticket. The day will be animated by focus and insights on the portraits of the spouses and on the Tondo Doni in room 41 (without the need for reservation).
At the Teatro Verdi continues the musical season with another timeless cult: Mamma mia!, from Wednesday to Sunday with new sets and costumes, over 30 people on stage together and a live orchestra that will resonate the magical notes of international pop ABBA.
Thursday 31 at the Teatro Puccini Paolo Rossi, as an author, but also as director and performer, with Il re anarchico e i fuorilegge di Versailles.
February at Tenax begins his dance and house music with Gabry Ponte at the console.
From February 1 to April 15 at The Mall Firenze the exhibition Fashion in Florence. The birth of the Italian style tells through the exclusive shots of Archivio Foto Locchi, as, starting from the 50s, Florence became the homeland first and then the capital of Made in Italy fashion.
For art lovers, this magical quartet does not change: Animalia Fashion at Palazzo Pitti, Flora Comedy by Cai Guo-Qiang at the Uffizi, Banksy at Palazzo Medici Riccardi and Luca Pignatelli at the Bardini Museum.