This week in Florence (4/10 March)
All that the wonderful Florence offers, just a click away!
From Tuesday 5 to Sunday 10 March at the Teatro della Pergola, Sergio Rubini and Carla Cavalluzzi, strong of the great success of Delitto / Castigo, they try their hand at a new rewriting of another masterpiece of literature, the last great gothic novel Dracula by Bram Stoker .
Also on Tuesday, the second appointment with the main conductor Daniele Rustioni with the Concerto di Carnevale at the Teatro Verdi.
From Tuesday until Sunday 10 March free admission to the Bardini Garden to celebrate the Culture Week.
Tuesday Grasso, the last appointment with the Carnival parties, click here for the historic Viareggio Carnival and here for the other events in Tuscany!
On the occasion of the Women's Day, free entry on March 8 for all women in the following museums: Palazzo Vecchio, S. Bardini Museum, Salvatore Romano Museum, S. Maria Novella Complex, Arnolfo Tower, Brancacci Chapel. Reservations required for Torre di Arnolfo and Brancacci Chapel.
Saturday 9th, until Monday 11th an unmissable appointment at the Leopolda: the one with the Taste, the hall that Pitti Immagine dedicates to the excellences of taste and food lifestyle, with a rich calendar of events. Among the important presentations at the Leopolda: "La Fiorentina. Osti, butchers and wines of real steak ": the first book on a legendary specialty is born. A Taste, Monday 11 March at 12.30 in the Ring area (Opera House).
Finally, the cult exhibitions continue: Animalia Fashion at Palazzo Pitti, Bansky at Palazzo Medici Riccardi, Luca Pignatelli at the Bardini Museum, 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 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.