The exhibition Tutankamon — Tesouros do Egipto (Tutankamon — Treasures from Egypt, in English) will be held from Saturday, January 21, to May 1, at Portugal's Pavilion, in Parque das Nações, in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon.
Writer Frederico Lourenço and philosopher António de Castro Caeiro are the two guests for the first Obra Aberta (Open Work, in a free translation to English), taking place tomorrow, January 12, 6 pm. This is a literary programme recorded live at Belém Cultural Centre, Lisbon, in partnership with radio broadcaster Renascença.
Tragédia + Tempo (Tragedy + Time, in a free translation to English) is a set of events related to comedy promoted by São Luiz Teatro Municipal, in the Portuguese capital, Lisbon. Portuguese comedians Bruno Nogueira e Ricardo Araújo Pereira are the programme's commissioners.
Clube do Choro de Lisboa (Lisbon's Choro Club, in a free translation to English) gathers every monday at Bartô, a bar in the approach to the castle, in Lisbon, to play and learn with other musicians eager to learn and exchange ideas about the Brazilian musical genre.
The Monument to the Discoveries (Padrão do Descobrimentos, in Portuguese), in Portugal's capital Lisbon, will be hosting an exhibition by Mexican artist Demián Flores, from Saturday, January 7, to April 2.