The Alentejo Cycle is the new big bet for the month of February. Centro Cultural Malaposta will host a series of shows and artistic expressions coming directly from the Alentejo plains.
UM DIA SEREI GRANDE
FEB 28 and 29
FRIDAY – 10H00 and 11H30 [SCHOOL SESSIONS] SAT – 16H00
8 € [ADULT] 6 € [CHILD] | APPLICABLE DISCOUNTS
João was born in a fright without knowing how. As you build, you gain an awareness that choices need to be made and that there are rules to follow.
He goes to school to learn and to find out who he is. Learn to read, learn mathematics, learn that there are things you don’t know, and that there will be a future where things will not always be easy.
Then you will travel. You discover yourself a little more, and discover that the world is very large and that many and different people live in it. And he, like the others, will one day grow, one day he will have a profession, one day he will be a transforming part of society. One day it will be great.
FABULOSOS TAIS QUAIS
FRI – 21H30
12 € [SINGLE PRICE] 90 MINUTES
The Alentejo occupies a large space in the repertoire of this group formed by João Gil, Vitorino, Tim, Vicente Palma, Celina da Piedade, Paulo Ribeiro and Sebastião. The violas, the accordion, the percussion, perhaps a bell viola and a chilling chorus. But, in between, there is also Jorge Serafim, a well-known storyteller, who appears here as the host, of a fictional place called A Venda do Isaías, and who shares his pearls of wisdom, unraveling stories, anecdotes and folk tales.
Music is not just music in this case. It speaks for a whole region. That is why it does not start at the first chord and does not end with applause, it does not live in the prison of these rules dictated by the stages. He lives on these spontaneous exchanges, which is launched by one and grabbed by the others, but which can be crossed by an account that Isaías / Serafim fetches from the chest of his popular wisdom. Music and stories follow each other, just as the table always seems to be full.
The Tais Quem promise to spread their music across the country. And make new friends along the way. Let them get together. The table is set.