Weekend break

(Be)Longing (Joao Pedro Placido)

A cinematic weekend

Today’s stormy weather is definitely a good reason to get cozy on your sofa and watch a good film. But I dare you to take an umbrella and step outside, where plenty of good cinema await you in town this weekend, as two film festivals are being held at the same time.
China Rouge

China Rouge reopens

The red curtains open and the band starts playing. Sitting at a table, you take a sip at your elegant drink. You hear those jazz notes and you immediately feel like dancing. The girls are elegantly dressed, pin up style. And you travel to Shanghai, in the 1930s. That's how you feel at China Rouge.
Paul Oakenfold

Oakenfold in Macau

Paul Oakenfold will be in Pacha Macau club on Saturday, April 9, to warm up a rainy weekend. For those who are not interested in the electronic scene, there's classical music at the Macao Cultural Centre.
RUDOLF WACKER

Austrian Art in Macau

This weekend is your last chance to see “One Century of Austrian Art 1860-1960”, an exhibition featuring Austrian artists such as Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele and Oskar Kokoschka.
Lisa Fischer

Arty days

This weekend, two big events are closing — the Hong Kong Arts Festival, in the neighbouring region, and The Script Road - Macau Literary Festival. Do not miss it.
Macao orchestra

Music at the Mandarin’s

Hoping to attend a concert this weekend? Or are you just planning to stroll around one of Macau’s world heritage sites? You can have both at the this Saturday at the Mandarin's House.
Rota das Letras

A literary feast

This year it is by far the most ambitious programme of The Script Road - Macau Literary Festival. It starts this Saturday, bringing more than 40 artists to the city.
Cinema

Passion for a day

Macau’s Cinematheque Passion will once again open its doors – for a day – to the general public. Some spaces of the new venue have been operating on an experimental stage.
Madonna

Madonna for a few

No one can be indifferent to her. She is a singer, a dancer, a producer and one hell of a businesswoman. This weekend you can see her live in Macau. If your budget allows it.