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BRIEF INTRODUCTION “The Brain Collector” is a visually striking comedy show, full of metaphors and interactivity with the audience that takes place “inside and outside the box”. Addressing brain plasticity, neurons and glia, dreams, memories, emotions… Alec Ziegelstein, a character with a grotesque character and a genius in the field of studying the brain, faces curious attempts to understand this remarkable organ, interacting with eccentric characters and unraveling mysteries in a unique and surprising vision of the human body.

A new edition of the Choque Frontal ao Vivo program returns to TEMPO – Teatro Municipal de Portimão on January 25, 2024, thus starting the new season of live recordings of the popular Alvor FM radio program, which will last until May 16. Considered one of the most original radio programs south of the Tagus, “Choque Frontal ao Vivo” invites 125 people every month to watch the recordings and spend time with the artists, directed, produced and presented by Júlio Ferreira and Ricardo Coelho. Program recordings take place from 9pm onwards, with subsequent broadcast on Alvor FM radio, and interested parties must collect their respective invitations from the TEMPO box office, which are free of charge. January 25: Luís Capitão February 15: Entre Aspas (7th anniversary) March 14: Carlos Alberto Moniz April 11: Almatrix May 16: Riding a Meteor

The municipality’s associations show their dynamics: music, dance, workshops, demonstrations, sport, environment and much more.

2 performers meet in a library to create a manifesto for the future. By relating to the objects and materials that make up this library, they seek to reconstruct it, discovering words and voices that belong to manifestos written in the past and that point to future action. How can the ideas expressed in these manifestos help create a better present and a better future?

In the year in which we celebrate 50 years after the 25th of April, O Teatro da Caverna wanted to talk about freedom. Does total freedom exist? Are we really free, or have the forms of oppression just changed, modernized, become more sophisticated, more subtle? What chains bind us and prevent us from being truly free? To live free? Are freedom and responsibility equivalent? Today, we live within the meshes of networks, to which we voluntarily mortgage our freedom. Do we still have the time and ability to dream? What, for us, is the color of freedom?

Friday always brings that wonderful smell of the weekend. And when it’s the best day, there’s nothing like a good reason to laugh. Once again, Clube de Tavira will provide incredible moments of humor. This time with “Os Marcriados” Marcelo Soares, João Reis, Filipe Pires, David Simões, João Vieira and André Tavares. Between premieres and returns, there will also be one or two surprises. May 17th, at 9pm

In one of those moments in Raúl’s life, drunk with drowsiness, his hand transports us to his own birth and discovery of the world around him. Several obstacles lie ahead of him, until the moment he gives shape to another similar being and his life becomes rosy. However, the unconscious is vulnerable and too sensitive to pursue the romance of some of our most intimate desires and Raúl is brought back into his everyday reality, just like his own hand.

Once upon a time there was a scarecrow who found a turtle. Once upon a time there was a straw house that roamed the oceans. A sea of plastic and a skinny president. A lot of waste and a lumpy cod. On the sand, traces of Humanity. At the bottom of the sea, a community that reinvents itself. Palhinhas, the story of a scarecrow is an adventure through the marine universe that allows us to look at the waste accumulated at the bottom of the sea, uniting its inhabitants in the search for a common benefit.

“1,2,3, 1,2,3” – time is given for another Crescendo concert, at 11:30 am at the Solar da Música Nova Auditorium. The organization, as usual, is by the Loulé Conservatory of Music – Francisco Rosado. Crescendo, on the third Saturday of each month, are opportunities to watch the evolution of young talents at the public music school, so important for the training of young musicians but also for the mental structuring of tomorrow’s citizens.