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The Small Auditorium of TEMPO – Municipal Theater of Portimão receives, next Wednesday, May 12th, at 7 pm, the first musical show of the innovative project “O PALCO É TEU”, an initiative of the Câmara de Portimão to support local artists whose activity has been affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The collectives Macadâmia and Essências da Marimba start this ‘open call’ launched in the first half of last January and which had 45 applications, between individual artists and bands, of which 33 groups and six solo performers were admitted. Admission is free, but subject to prior ticket collection at the TEMPO ticket office (Tuesday to Saturday, between 1:00 pm and 6:00 pm and on show nights until its beginning).

October 9th, 9 pm Portimão Municipal Theater 60 min | M/16 Tickets: €5.00 | Soon at https://tempo.bol.pt and at the TEMPO box office In the last chapter of Joyce’s Ulysses, Mr Leopold Bloom, after wandering around Dublin for twenty hours, returns home to lie down with your wife. Well, he goes to bed and soon falls asleep. It is during Mr Bloom’s sleep that his wife Molly unravels facets of his personality and her own. It is a torrential, fragmented soliloquy, with phrases linked uninterruptedly by associations of thoughts, dreams and erotic fantasies that plague this woman during her insomnia. The issue of evidence, or not, of whether it is a discourse with a feminist meaning is debated. We are particularly interested in approaching this metaphor of Penelope in the existential plane. AUTHORSHIP: from the XVIII chapter of Ulysses, by James Joyce ADAPTATION AND DRAMATURGY: José Sanchis Sinisterra TRANSLATION: José Bento STAGE: Luís Vicente SCENIC SPACE: Octávio Oliveira and Luís Vicente INTERPRETERS: Glória Fernandes and Bruno Martins VOICE OFF in Avé Maria, by Gounod: Lara Martins LIGHT DESIGN AND OPERATION: Octávio Oliveira SOUND DESIGN AND OPERATION: Diogo Aleixo MULTIMEDIA: João Franck STAGE ASSISTANT: Constança de Melo DESIGN: Rita Merlin COMMUNICATION […]




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