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Photography Exhibition Sagres Promontory [Sep 10 👉 Oct 4] Bishop’s Village, The extreme southwest of Europe. For a long time I called it the “Last Border Post”. A unique climate and landscape, a different and dichotomous Algarve, a point of passage, of visit, occasionally of fixation. Among those who stay here we find a little from all over the world. This project is a portrait of that special world and about a unique period in our lives. About the peace that some kids I met when I was 11 years old helped me find at the last border post where I lived. With everything that matters to me, family, and what we’ve learned to call home, space is so central to our well-being. Today, and looking back over the three years I lived here, it is with gratitude that I keep the memories of the places, the emptiness of the confinements and the joy of returning to normality. village of Bishop will always be all that. And those amazing kids and the stories they shared with me. I will always be grateful. Jorge F. Marques, I was born in 1973. I didn’t get to photography early, but I took the […]

“LAGOS, THE LAST STOP” EXHIBITION Patent from July 30th to December 30th | Tuesday to Saturday (10h00-18h00) Location: Lagos Cultural Center – Exhibition hall 1, 2 and 3 Org.: CM Lagos and National Railway Museum Foundation Free entry 2022 marks the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the train in Lagos. To mark the date, the municipality prepared a series of activities that include a photo-documentary exhibition at the Centro Cultural de Lagos, in partnership with the Fundação Museu Nacional Ferroviário, integrating images, historical documents, objects alluding to the activity, testimonies of former railway workers and users, among many other elements. Guided tours (September 24th, October 5th, November 1st and December 1st) by appointment: cultura@cm-lagos.pt

Day 22 September | thursday | 2:30 pm > 5:30 pm / 6 pm > 9 pm | Arts and Crafts Center By Trainer Isabel Carvalho Registration: and more information: 938 757 940 Org.: Isabel Carvalho Source: https://www.cm-sbras.pt/pt/agenda/12857/aulas-de-iniciacao-a-ceramica.aspx

The Shack’s legendary live music is back! Enjoy live music, great food, flowing drinks, and a beautiful view. We do not accept table bookings, we operate on a first-come-first-served basis.

Every Thursday, at 𝙲𝚊𝚛𝚊𝚟𝚎𝚕𝚊 𝚋𝚊𝚛 (Quinta do Paraíso) Chill Out with DJ ManaWee from 20:30 to 23:30 www.carvoeirovillas.com Tel: +351 282 350 120

What is it that killed love? This is the first question of the show. A question that dresses up as a conference. A conference that is not, because love is much more than words as an answer. Starting from Shakespeare’s idea of love in his primordial work, ‘Romeo and Juliet’, Romeo and Romeo is a place of provocation, of provocations about inevitability. It seems like a fatal word, just like the fate of Juliet and Romeo, but if this fatality did not exist, we would probably be talking about two other names, because such a fate is inevitable for it to be remembered. Or not? Show created for all audiences, with the collaboration of all audiences, in a post-confinement process, clearly touched by the new concept of masquerade ball. Duration: 50 mins. M/6 Price: €8.00

GLUE BOY pretend star 28 and 29 SEPTEMBER Wed. 15:00 and Thu. 21:00 Tickets: 10€; <30; >65 – 7.50€ Duration: 70′ // M/14~ The dramaturgy of “Moço da Cola” is based on interviews with carpenters (former glue boys), but focuses on the strength of the family and its conflicts. All the action is located in the home of a family from the 60s, in a proudly alone Portugal, where father, mother, son, daughter live, regularly visited by a neighbor. Topics such as hunger despite work, violence against the weakest, ignorance and anger are addressed. But this piece also talks about dreams, because “Dreams are as necessary for life as bread.”, as Raúl Brandão said.

STONES WITH WINGS ACTA – Algarve Theater Company OCTOBER 21st to 30th Wed. and Thu. 15:00 Fri. and Sat. 21:00 Sun. 16:00 Tickets: 10€; <30; >65 – 7.50€ Duration: 70′ // M/12 Between paradigms of love, of the madness of the alienated man, of the present time, an incredible Juliet works with the impossibility of a Romeo with no place in the present. The action takes place in an unreal cemetery, in an unreal Verona, many years after the Shakespearean drama. Juliet, or a woman who thinks she is Juliet, puts flowers every day on her own grave. Romeo appears to him. He believes that he embodies love, but there are going to be some surprises capable of shaking him. And to shake us. The action takes place in the present.

After two and a half years of break, we are back to board game meetings in Faro. Come play with us in another great night of gaming. It takes place at the headquarters of the Associação Recreativa e Cultural de Músicos in Faro (Former Fábrica da Cerveja).

During this month, don’t miss our musical entertainment at the BLUUM Bar. Check out the full programme below: BLUUM BAR: 22 – Thursday – Yuca-Band – 21:00 to 23:00 23 – Friday – Beatrice-Duo – 21:00 to 23:00 24 – Saturday – Luis do Vale-Duo – 21:00 to 23:00 25 – Sunday – Yollanda-Duo – 21:00 às 23:00 27 – Tuesday – Acoustic City – Duo – 21:00 to 23:00 28 – Wednesday – Divan-Duo – 21:00 às 23:00 29 – Thursday – Yuca-Band – 21:00 to 23:00 30 – Friday – Beatrice-Duo – 21:00 to 23:00