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Events for children, from carnival to theatre: 5 things to do

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First of all carnival, but also many theater and museum appointments to experience wonderful adventures with our children

Carnival of Viareggio

The Carnival of Viareggio since 1873 it is the most spectacular Italian festival, a testimony to the artistic and organizational skills of Italians in the world.

Sunday February 19

4th Masked Corridor – 3pm

Shrove Tuesday February 21

5th Night Masked Course – 5pm

Saturday February 25

6th final evening masked course, 5 p.m

At the end of the Masked Course reading of the jury’s verdicts and fireworks display


Thursday February 23

Mask attack

Creative workshop for children from 6 years

Entrance 4 euros. Reservation required 342 9207959

Citadel of the Carnival of Viareggio – 3:30 pm

Friday February 24

Workshop paper mache

Activities for children from 5 years

Entrance 4 euros. Reservation required 342 9207959

Citadel of the Carnival of Viareggio – 3:30 pm

Light is life Brescia-Bergamo

Until February 26

In Bergamo from February 17 to 26 the protagonist of Light is Life will be the upper town through a route that starts from Piazza della Cittadella and ends at Palazzo Moroni, touching some of the most important and evocative cultural places, including the Donizetti Museum, the Convent of San Francesco, the Chiostro del Carmine , the Tempietto di Santa Croce, Piazza Vecchia with its Palazzo Nuovo, seat of the Angelo Mai Civic Library, protagonist of an evocative 3D mapping, and the Rocca.

On February 19, the lights in Brescia will go out for the same installation.

Festa delle Luci A2A – Light is Life

Theater review for children and teens in Rome

“MÌNTAKA between dream and reality” is the theater festival dedicated to children and teenagers that will animate the 2022-2023 season of the Greek Theater in Rome.

Organized by the APS “Sbagliando S’impara” with the patronage of the Municipality of Rome II, the review, which takes its name from one of the stars in Orion’s belt, promises great journeys into the imagination for small and big dreamers.

Beauty and the Beast

February 26 at 5 p.m. – Edited by Stefano Romani

A bizarre play in which a princess, transformed by witchcraft into a wild monster, will have to endure a thousand adventures to break the spell.

Age: 5-11 years old

Back to Oz

March 5 at 5:00 PM – written and directed by Gigi Palla

The simple plot, if on the one hand presents itself as an opportunity to reflect on things like altruism, cooperation and peace, on the other hand it wants to be a hymn to the imagination that feeds on stories and memories, and which it must accompany you in all stages of life.

New Finalist Show Theater Award 2020.

Age: 4-10 years old

The Knights of the Round Table

March 12 at 5:00 PM – by Rocco Maria Franco and Massimiliano Borghesi

Leaving serious tones behind and instead embracing a playful and amused approach, the interpreters try to tell a great classic of literature in a captivating and never banal way, multiplying the number of characters, scuffles and epic duels. Young viewers will learn the importance of self-confidence, the great responsibilities that come with great power, and the respect of others, which is earned through actions and should never be taken for granted…even by kings.

Age: 6-12 years

Children in the Guggenheim

Free workshops for children Guggenheim in Venice until March 26. A project that brings children closer to modern and contemporary art, with analysis of the exhibited works and final practical experiments. Info and reservations from Monday to Friday for the workshop: tel. +39 041 2405444.

Sunday, February 19 (3 ​​p.m.) “It’s Carnival! Let’s dress up like the Surrealists!”

Sunday February 26 (3 pm) “Daydreaming with Tanguy”

Sunday, March 5 (3 p.m.) “The phantasmagoric creatures of Joan Mirò”

Sunday, March 12 (3 p.m.) “The perfect balance with Vasily Kandinsky and Kazimir Malevich”

Sunday, March 19 (3 ​​p.m.) “What do you see? What do you know? What do you believe?”

Sunday, March 26 (3 p.m.) “The Sphere of Arnaldo Pomodoro”

Source: TG 24 Sky

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