Category Archive: Theatre

Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci in Prato launches its new museum space: free Grand Opening October 16th 2016

The revamped Centro per l’Arte Contemporanea Luigi Pecci in Prato reopens today after the long renovation works that have massively transformed the exhibition center. Dutch architect Maurice Nio’s design has created an extension… Continue reading

Firenze come Londra: il Cimitero degli Inglesi ospita Trame di Poesia per il Chelsea Fringe Festival 2016

Trame di Poesia è un intervento artistico e poetico concepito per costruire un intenso legame simbolico con lo spazio monumentale che lo accoglie, usando la metafora del filo per tessere un dialogo profondo… Continue reading

Trame di Poesia for Chelsea Fringe Festival Firenze – Friday 27 May 2016

Trame di Poesia – Threads of Poetry Reclaiming an urban island of art and greenery in the heart of Florence Trame di Poesia – Threads of Poetry, launching tonight in Florence,  brings together… Continue reading

Museo 900 in Florence: free entrance on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 June 2014

The Museo 900, that has been launched in Florence only last Tuesday 24th June, is opening for a weekend of free visits today 28 June and tomorrow Sunday 29. This museum was first conceived… Continue reading

Colin Firth presented the book “The People Speak: Voices that cahnged Britain” last night in Notting Hill

Colin Firth appeared on stage last night in London at the Notting Hill’s venue The Tabernacle, in a performance of ‘The People Speak; Voices That Changed Britain‘, based on the book he co-wrote with Anthony Arnove… Continue reading

Baroque suspensions under the Tuscan sky: Transe Express at Visionaria – Prato

Last night the Tuscan late summer season was mesmerised by the baroque-ish Calder-like acrobatics of the French pioneers of street-art Transe Express Company. Last night’s creation featured 6 artists – a singer, a trapeze… Continue reading

Smashing show at the Sadler’s Wells Theatre last night

One of France’s most successful choreographers, Angelin Preljocaj went on show with his 25 dancers company at Sadler’s Wells Theatre until last night: they performed his award-winning 2008 adaptation of the Brothers Grimm fairytale, Snow White. This… Continue reading

Oxford Historical Dance Society presents: Dances from the 16th century Italian Renaissance

If you want to experience historical dance, costumed performances and unusual and yet philological entertainment in historical settings, join special events and celebrations or simply learn more about Italian Renaissance historical context, then come and… Continue reading

The Old Vic Tunnels: Hell’s Half Acre 12th – 17th October

I had been meaning to experience the Tunnels beneath Waterloo Station for a long time, then finally last week I visited this amazing space for the first time: I discovered a maze of underground passages providing… Continue reading

Building a new theatre on the foundations of Shakespeare’s first playhouse in East London

   This new post is about a tremendous fundraising project I recently had the honour of working to as consultant to theVisitors’ Centre layout design and Exhibition budgeting:  it’s been a great pleasure to be… Continue reading