Duration: 140 minutes, with an interval
Age rating: older than 3 years
Prices: € 2,00
Dancing, Fado, Singing, Traditional Portuguese Music, Folklore
International Women’s Day has its deepest roots in the struggle against the unbridled exploitation and oppression of women, thus inheriting a tradition of protest and struggle that is being updated over time.
The commemorations of International Women’s Day, in the World and in Portugal, are an important contribution to the struggle of women in the 21st century. Important actions have been taken in Portugal since 1968 on the initiative of the Democratic Women’s Movement, which has been associated with other organizations
Support: CMF, TMF, Town Councils, Trade Unions, and guest artists