From Lisbon


Lisbon from the inside

Lisbon From The Inside (Lisboa Por Dentro, in Portuguese) is the name of a cultural programme that invites the community to get in some places of the city that are less known by or accessible to the public.

Graça Morais at Champalimaud

The exhibition Ressonâncias: da Voz e dos Ecos (Resonances: of the Voice and the Echoes), by Portuguese painter Graça Morais, is being held at the Champalimaud Centre for the Unknown, in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, until April 30.

Tinta da China’s Anti-Princesses

Portuguese independent publisher Tinta da China has just launched a collection of four books called Antiprincesas (Anti-Princesses, in a free translation to Portuguese). Each of them tells the story of a woman "from the real world," and the aim is "to fight stereotypes" among young readers.
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FESTin until March 8

The eighth edition of the Portuguese Language Film Festival (FESTin) is taking place in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, until March 8.
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Mário Cesariny in exhibit at CCB

An exhibition titled Mário Cesariny: de Cor e Salteado (Mário Cesariny: By Heart, in English) will open on March 7 and will last until April 17, at Belém Cultural Centre (CCB, in the Portuguese acronym), Lisbon.

Zambujo sings Chico

António Zambujo will be singing Chico Buarque at Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon, between March 1 and 3.

João Pedro Rodrigues awarded in Zinegoak

The Portuguese director João Pedro Rodrigues won last week a Honorific Award in the Zinegoak, Bilbao International LGBT Film and Performing Arts Festival, Portuguese news agency Lusa has reported.

Carnival at the Palace

The Pimenta Palace of the Lisbon Museum opens its doors today, February 27, starting from 7 pm, for a mask ball with baroque music.

Leaving fairy tales behind

Baobá is a new bookshop in Lisbon, solely dedicated to illustration. But it's more than that: it comes from the need to“stimulate children's artistic sensitivit...

Tribute to Zeca Afonso

Several events are taking place in Portugal to pay tribute to Portuguese artist Zeca Afonso, one of the most influential Portuguese folk singers, who died precisely 30 years ago.