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OPENING GALA

Taormina Congress Hall, Halla A – Friday 1st December @ 8.30pm

FREE ENTRANCE

 

 

A magic Gala Evening to get to know some of the main actors of the second edition of the FINC FESTIVAL.

International Comedy Festival – Info and calendar

 

Special Guest: the Australian Nola Rea in Performance

Nola Rae

Genre: Mimo – Teatro Fisico
Audience: Suitable for everyone
Duration: 10-15 mins.

 

Nola Rae, born in Sydney in 1943, moved to London in 1963. Trained at the Royal Ballet School, she danced at the Malmö Stadsteater and the Tivoli Pantomime Theatre in Copenhagen. Later, she studied mime with Marcel Marceau in Paris.

She was the founder of the company Kiss and co-founded the Friends Roadshow with Jango Edwards. She was also a member of the Bristol Old Vic Company. In 1974, she founded the London Mime Theatre with Matthew Ridout. She debuted as a solo performer in 1975 and has toured in 68 countries.

Her early shows were sketches with mime, dance, clowning, and puppetry. In 1990, she began presenting full-length comedies. Her current repertoire includes shows like “Elizabeth’s Last Stand” and “Exit Napoleon Pursued by Rabbits”. She has worked in duos with Sally Owen and Lasse Akerlund.

As a writer and director, she transforms tragedies into comedies. She collaborated with tenor Rolando Villazón in various productions.

She is a renowned teacher of mime and clowning and co-founded the London International Mime Festival. She has received several awards, including the Charlie Rivel Medal and the M.B.E. honor.

(Source: https://fincfestival.com)

 

TICKETS 

The event is free

 

MORE INFO

Theatre Degart – https://fincfestival.com/ – info@fincfestival.com, T.  0039 333 6571 686

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel La Pensione SvizzeraHotel Villa SchulerHotel Villa Ducale – Hotel Villa Carlotta

FINC Comedy Festival

International Festival of Nouveau Clown, 2nd edition

Taormina, December 1 – 10, 2023

 

The FINC FESTIVAL aims to create and engage a new audience, introducing them to the world of contemporary circus and the central figure of the “New Clown,” from which the “International Festival of the Nouveau Clown” takes its name.
The goal is to cultivate an interest in beautiful, international comedy that transcends language barriers with the universal language of gestures and intentions, reaching everyone indiscriminately.

Comic art allows younger generations to understand different artistic languages and develop a strong critical sense, encouraging them to take risks without the fear of making mistakes, and accepting their failures. The clown embodies this way of life and acts as a teacher. The objective is to involve renowned professional comedians and clowns, both in Italy and abroad, in creating a comedic show that appeals to all generations of spectators.

The 2023 edition also focuses on the role of the female clown in live performance. Women also have a place in the world of clowning, although they are often thought to play supporting roles. With the presence of international figures like Nola Rae and Hilary Chaplain, FINC aims to close the gap and challenge this perception.

Another goal is to combat gender disparity, especially in the field of entertainment and clowning. This is particularly significant in a region that still has much progress to make in terms of women’s emancipation.

Clown Therapy is also a key theme we will address in the second edition of the International Festival of the Nouveau Clown. Some techniques borrowed from circus and street theater and are used to transform hospital wards or rooms into magical environments. Laughter serves to alleviate suffering and stimulate dialogue, turning the clown into a healer. The Clown Doctor establishes a human relationship of trust and intimacy, momentarily easing the challenges of hospital life.

(Source: https://fincfestival.com)

PROGRAM

All events take place at the Taormina Congress Hall

 

Friday 1st December @8.3pm – OPEN GALA, free entrance
Nola Rae – from Engand

Saturday 2nd December @5.30pm
Hugo Mirò – from Spain

Saturday 2nd December @8.30pm
The Umbilical Brothers with Shane Dundas and David Collins – from Australia

– Sunday 3rd December @5.30pm
The Clown Angels with Silvia Borello, Giorgia Dell’Uomo and Giulia Rabozzi – from Italy

– Sunday 3rd December @8.30pm
Theatre Degart with Dandy Danno and Diva G – from Italy

– Thursday 7th December @5.30pm
Benoit Turiman – from France

– Thursday 7th December @8.30pm
Double Take Cinematic Circus with SummerHubbard and Raphael Herault – from Belgium

– Friday 8th December @5.30
Nicola Virdis – from Italy

– Friday 8th December @8.30
Hilary Chaplain – from USA

Saturday 9th December @5.30pm
Paula Malik – from Colombia

Saturday 9th December @8.30pm
Theatre Degart with Dandy Danno and Diva G – from Italy

Sunday 10th December @4.00pm
Paula Malik – from Colombia

Sunday 10th December @7.00pm
Enrico Ferretti and Gerardo Mele – from Switzerland and Italy

 

TICKETS

Tickets on www.ticket.it/festival/finc.aspx
Reduced tickets for Under 18 and Over 65

Ticket Office
– before December 1st:
– from December 1st to 10th: Taormina Congress Hotel – 10:00am – 12:00 and 4.00pm – 8.00pm (except on December 4th)

Reservations: email to reservation@fincfestival.com. Please specify: show title, number of adults, number of children

 

MORE INFO

https://fincfestival.com

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel La Pensione SvizzeraHotel Villa SchulerHotel Villa Ducale – Hotel Villa Carlotta

Taormina Food Expò

23-26 November 2023

Conferences @ Palazzo Duchi di Santo Stefano

Exposition @ Terrace of the Porta Catania Parking Area

Opening Hours: 11.00am – 11.00pm

 

53 exhibitors

5 conferences

2 days with B2Band Buyer ITA

talk show

9 Sicilian provinces

9 master chef

9 cooking shows

9 typical dishes close to the European certification

 

 

MORE INFO

CNA, Confederazione Nazionale dell’Artigianato e della Piccola e Media Impresa: info@cnasicilia.it

 

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel La Pensione SvizzeraHotel Villa SchulerHotel Villa Ducale – Hotel Villa Carlotta

 

 

 

Swan Lake

Ancient Theatre, Monday 25th September 2023 @ 9.00pm

 

Guest Star: Amilcar Gonzales, Emilya Tommasi, Diego Mulone

Direction and Choreography: Pietro Gorgone

 

TICKETS on boxol @ € 20,00 (non – numbered seats)

 

MORE INFO Ph. +39 349 5959 101

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

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Swan Lake

Ancient Theatre, Sunday 24th September 2023 @ 9.00pm

 

Guest Star: Amilcar Gonzales, Emilya Tommasi, Diego Mulone

Direction and Choreography: Pietro Gorgone

 

TICKETS on boxol @ € 20,00 (non – numbered seats)

 

MORE INFO Ph. +39 349 5959 101

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

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Umberto Tozzi

GLORIA forever – Il Tour

Ancient Theatre, Saturday 23rd September 2023 @ 9.30pm

 

Umberto Antonio Tozzi (1952) is an Italian pop and rock singer and composer. Over the course of his career, he has sold over 70 million records in different languages internationally, and his biggest international hits are: “Stella Stai”, “Gloria”, “Tu” and “Ti Amo”.

 

TICKETS on ticketone and boxol
Platea: € 69,00
Gallery: € 59,00
Upper Circle (numbered seats): € 49,00
Upper Circle (non numbered circle): 29,00

 

MORE INFO

www.umbertotozzi.com

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

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S I C I L I A   C L A S S I C A   F E S T I V A L

Carmen

Taormina Ancient Theatre, Friday 22nd September 2023 @ 9.00pm

 

DIRECTION: Salvo Dolce
CHOREOGRAPHY: Stefania Cotroneo
THEATRE DIRECTOR: Alessandra Pipitone
ORCHESTRA: Orchestra Filarmonica Della Sicilia
CHORUS: Coro Lirico Mediterraneo
ORGANIZATION: Associazione Culturale Musicale Siciliarte

Carmen is an opera in four acts by the French composer Georges Bizet. The libretto was written by Henri Meilhac and Ludovic Halévy, based on a novella of the same title by Prosper Mérimée.
The opera, written in the genre of opéra comique, tells the story of the downfall of Don José, a naïve soldier who is seduced by the wiles of the fiery Gypsy, Carmen. José abandons his childhood sweetheart and deserts from his military duties, yet loses Carmen’s love to the glamorous toreador Escamillo, after which José kills her in a jealous rage.

The music of Carmen has been widely acclaimed for its brilliance of melody, harmony, atmosphere and orchestration, and for the skill with which Bizet musically represented the emotions and suffering of his characters. After the composer’s death the score was subject to significant amendment, including the introduction of recitative in place of the original dialogue; there is no standard edition of the opera, and different views exist as to what versions best express Bizet’s intentions.

 

TICKETS on Vivaticket

Gallery (most lateral): € 78,54
Gallery (inner lateral): € 89,76
Gallery (central): 100,98
Cavea (Upper Circle), lateral: € 67,32
Cavea (Upper Circle), central: € 78,54
Cavea (Upper Circle, non-numbered seats): 39,27

 

SYNOPSIS

Place: Seville, Spain, and surrounding hills – Time: Around 1820

Act 1 – A square, in Seville. On the right, a door to the tobacco factory. At the back, a bridge. On the left, a guardhouse

A group of soldiers relaxes in the square, waiting for the changing of the guard and commenting on the passers-by (“Sur la place, chacun passe”). Micaëla appears, seeking José. Moralès tells her that “José is not yet on duty” and invites her to wait with them. She declines, saying she will return later. José arrives with the new guard, which is greeted and imitated by a crowd of urchins (“Avec la garde montante”). A lithograph of act 1 in the premiere performance, by Pierre-Auguste Lamy, 1875

As the factory bell rings, the cigarette girls emerge and exchange banter with young men in the crowd (“La cloche a sonné”). Carmen enters and sings her provocative habanera on the untameable nature of love (“L’amour est un oiseau rebelle”). The men plead with her to choose a lover, and after some teasing she throws a flower to Don José, who thus far has been ignoring her but is now annoyed by her insolence.

As the women go back to the factory, Micaëla returns and gives José a letter and a kiss from his mother (“Parle-moi de ma mère!”). He reads that his mother wants him to return home and marry Micaëla, who retreats in shy embarrassment on learning this. Just as José declares that he is ready to heed his mother’s wishes, the women stream from the factory in great agitation. Zuniga, the officer of the guard, learns that Carmen has attacked a woman with a knife. When challenged, Carmen answers with mocking defiance (“Tra la la… Coupe-moi, brûle-moi”); Zuniga orders José to tie her hands while he prepares the prison warrant. Left alone with José, Carmen beguiles him with a seguidilla, in which she sings of a night of dancing and passion with her lover—whoever that may be—in Lillas Pastia’s tavern. Confused yet mesmerised, José agrees to free her hands; as she is led away she pushes her escort to the ground and runs off laughing. José is arrested for dereliction of duty.


Act 2 – Lillas Pastia’s Inn

A month has passed. Carmen and her friends Frasquita and Mercédès are entertaining Zuniga and other officers (“Les tringles des sistres tintaient”) in Pastia’s inn. Carmen is delighted to learn of José’s release from a month’s detention. Outside, a chorus and procession announces the arrival of the toreador Escamillo (“Vivat, vivat le Toréro”). Invited inside, he introduces himself with the “Toreador Song” (“Votre toast, je peux vous le rendre”) and sets his sights on Carmen, who brushes him aside. Lillas Pastia hustles the crowds and the soldiers away.

When only Carmen, Frasquita and Mercédès remain, the smugglers Dancaïre and Remendado arrive and reveal their plans to dispose of some recently acquired contraband (“Nous avons en tête une affaire”). Frasquita and Mercédès are keen to help them, but Carmen refuses, since she wishes to wait for José. After the smugglers leave, José arrives. Carmen treats him to a private exotic dance (“Je vais danser en votre honneur … La la la”), but her song is joined by a distant bugle call from the barracks. When José says he must return to duty, she mocks him, and he answers by showing her the flower that she threw to him in the square (“La fleur que tu m’avais jetée”). Unconvinced, Carmen demands he shows his love by leaving with her. José refuses to desert, but as he prepares to depart, Zuniga enters looking for Carmen. He and José fight, and are separated by the returning smugglers, who restrain Zuniga. Having attacked a superior officer, José now has no choice but to join Carmen and the smugglers (“Suis-nous à travers la campagne”).


Act 3 – A wild spot in the mountains Magdalena Kožená and Jonas Kaufmann at the Salzburg Festival 2012

Carmen and José enter with the smugglers and their booty (“Écoute, écoute, compagnons”); Carmen has now become bored with José and tells him scornfully that he should go back to his mother. Frasquita and Mercédès amuse themselves by reading their fortunes from the cards; Carmen joins them and finds that the cards are foretelling her death, and José’s. The women depart to suborn the customs officers who are watching the locality. José is placed on guard duty.

Micaëla enters with a guide, seeking José and determined to rescue him from Carmen (“Je dis que rien ne m’épouvante”). On hearing a gunshot she hides in fear; it is José, who has fired at an intruder who proves to be Escamillo. José’s pleasure at meeting the bullfighter turns to anger when Escamillo declares his infatuation with Carmen. The pair fight (“Je suis Escamillo, toréro de Grenade”), but are interrupted by the returning smugglers and girls (“Holà, holà José”). As Escamillo leaves he invites everyone to his next bullfight in Seville. Micaëla is discovered; at first, José will not leave with her despite Carmen’s mockery, but he agrees to go when told that his mother is dying. As he departs, vowing he will return, Escamillo is heard in the distance, singing the toreador’s song.

Act 4 – A square in Seville. At the back, the walls of an ancient amphitheatre

Zuniga, Frasquita and Mercédès are among the crowd awaiting the arrival of the bullfighters (“Les voici ! Voici la quadrille!”). Escamillo enters with Carmen, and they express their mutual love (“Si tu m’aimes, Carmen”). As Escamillo goes into the arena, Frasquita warns Carmen that José is nearby, but Carmen is unafraid and willing to speak to him. Alone, she is confronted by the desperate José (“C’est toi ! C’est moi !”). While he pleads vainly for her to return to him, cheers are heard from the arena. As José makes his last entreaty, Carmen contemptuously throws down the ring he gave her and attempts to enter the arena. He then stabs her, and as Escamillo is acclaimed by the crowds, Carmen dies. José kneels and sings “Ah! Carmen! ma Carmen adorée!”; as the crowd exits the arena, José confesses to killing the woman he loved.

 

MORE INFO

Sicilia Classica Festival – info@siciliaclassicafestival.it

 

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel La Pensione SvizzeraHotel Villa SchulerHotel Villa Ducale – Hotel Villa Carlotta 

S I C I L I A   C L A S S I C A   F E S T I V A L

PAGLIACCI

An Opera by Ruggero Leoncavallo

 

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CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA

An Opera by Pietro Mascagni

 

Taormina Ancient Theatre, Wednesday 20th September 2023 @ 9.00pm

 

DIRECTION: Salvo Dolce
CHOREOGRAPHY: Stefania Cotroneo
ORCHESTRA: Orchestra Filarmonica Della Sicilia
CHORUS: Coro Lirico Mediterraneo
ORGANIZATION: Associazione Culturale Musicale Siciliarte

 

TICKETS on Vivaticket

Gallery (most lateral): € 78,54
Gallery (inner lateral): € 89,76
Gallery (central): 100,98
Cavea (Upper Circle), lateral: € 67,32
Cavea (Upper Circle), central: € 78,54
Cavea (Upper Circle, non-numbered seats): 39,27

 

PAGLIACCI – Synopsis

PLACE: Calabria, south Italy, near Montalto, on the Feast of the Assumption – Time: between 1865 and 1870.

Prologue
During the overture, the curtain rises. From behind a second curtain, Tonio, dressed as his commedia character Taddeo, addresses the audience (Si può?… Si può?… Signore! Signori! … Un nido di memorie). He reminds the audience that actors have feelings too, and that the show is about real people.

Act 1
At three o’clock in the afternoon, the commedia troupe enters the village to the cheering of the villagers. Canio describes the night’s performance: the troubles of Pagliaccio. He says the play will begin at “ventitré ore”, an agricultural method of time-keeping that means the play will begin an hour before sunset. As Nedda steps down from the cart, Tonio offers his hand, but Canio pushes him aside and helps her down himself. The villagers suggest drinking at the tavern. Canio and Beppe accept, but Tonio stays behind. The villagers tease Canio that Tonio is planning an affair with Nedda. Canio warns everyone that while he may act the foolish husband in the play, in real life he will not tolerate other men making advances to Nedda. Shocked, a villager asks if Canio really suspects her. He says no, and sweetly kisses her on the forehead. As the church bells ring vespers, he and Beppe leave for the tavern, leaving Nedda alone.

Nedda is frightened by Canio’s vehemence (Qual fiamma avea nel guardo), but the birdsong comforts her (Stridono lassù). Tonio returns and confesses his love for her, but she laughs. Enraged, Tonio grabs Nedda, but she takes a whip, strikes him and drives him off. Silvio, who is Nedda’s lover, comes from the tavern, where he has left Canio and Beppe drinking. He asks Nedda to elope with him after the performance and, though she is afraid, she agrees. Tonio, who has been eavesdropping, leaves to inform Canio so that he might catch Silvio and Nedda together. Canio and Tonio return and, as Silvio escapes, Nedda calls after him, “I will always be yours!”

Canio chases Silvio, but does not catch him and does not see his face. He demands that Nedda tell him the name of her lover, but she refuses. He threatens her with a knife, but Beppe disarms him. Beppe insists that they prepare for the performance. Tonio tells Canio that her lover will give himself away at the play. Canio is left alone to put on his costume and prepares to laugh (the famous Vesti la giubba – “Put on the costume”).

Act 2
As the crowd arrives, Nedda, costumed as Colombina, collects their money. She whispers a warning to Silvio, and the crowd cheers as the play begins.

Colombina’s husband Pagliaccio has gone away until morning, and Taddeo is at the market. She anxiously awaits her lover Arlecchino, who comes to serenade her from beneath her window. Taddeo returns and confesses his love, but she mocks him. She lets Arlecchino in through the window. He boxes Taddeo’s ears and kicks him out of the room, and the audience laughs.

Arlecchino and Colombina dine, and he gives her a sleeping potion to use later. When Pagliaccio returns, Colombina will drug him and elope with Arlecchino. Taddeo bursts in, warning that Pagliaccio is suspicious of his wife and is about to return. As Arlecchino escapes through the window, Colombina tells him, “I will always be yours!”

As Canio enters, he hears Nedda and exclaims “Name of God! Those same words!” He tries to continue the play, but loses control and demands to know her lover’s name. Nedda, hoping to keep to the performance, calls Canio by his stage name “Pagliaccio,” to remind him of the audience’s presence. He answers with his arietta: No! Pagliaccio non son! He sings that if his face is pale, it is not from the stage makeup but from the shame she has brought him. The crowd, impressed by his emotional performance, which they do not realize is real, cheers him.

Nedda, trying to continue the play, admits that she has been visited by the innocent Arlecchino. Canio, furious and forgetting the play, demands the name of her lover. Nedda swears she will never tell him, and the crowd realizes they are not acting. Silvio begins to fight his way toward the stage. Canio, grabbing a knife from the table, stabs Nedda. As she dies she calls: “Help! Silvio!”. Silvio attacks Canio, but Canio ends up killing him as well. After completing the murders, Canio turns to the horrified audience and proclaims the play’s now famous finishing line:

La Commedia è finita! – “The comedy is finished!”

 

 

CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA – Synopsis

Place: A 19th-century Sicilian village Time: Easter morning

Before the action takes place, the young villager Turiddu had returned from military service to find that his fiancée Lola had married the carter Alfio while Turiddu was away.[9] In revenge, Turiddu had seduced Santuzza, a young woman in the village. As the opera begins, Lola, overcome by her jealousy of Santuzza, has begun an adulterous affair with Turiddu.

The main square of the village

Offstage, Turiddu is heard singing The Siciliana – “O Lola, lovely as the spring’s bright blooms”. To one side is the church; to the other is Lucia’s wine shop and the house where she lives with her son, Turiddu. The villagers move about the square, singing of the beautiful spring day (Gli aranci olezzano sui verdi margini – “The air is sweet with orange blossoms”) and a hymn to the Blessed Virgin. Some villagers enter the church, and others wander off still singing.

Santuzza, having slept with Turiddu and suspecting that he has betrayed her for Lola, is distraught and approaches Lucia as she comes out of her house. Santuzza asks for Turiddu, but Lucia replies that he has gone to another town to fetch some wine. Santuzza tells her that he was seen during the night in the village. Lucia asks her inside to talk, but just at that moment Alfio arrives on his wagon, accompanied by the villagers. He praises the joys of a teamster’s life and the beauty of his bride. Alfio asks Lucia for some of her fine old wine. She tells him it has run out and Turiddu has gone away to buy more. Alfio replies that he had seen Turiddu early that morning near his cottage. Lucia starts to express surprise, but Santuzza stops her.

Alfio leaves. The choir inside the church is heard singing the Regina Coeli. Outside, the villagers sing an Easter Hymn, joined by Santuzza. The villagers enter the church, while Santuzza and Lucia remain outside. Lucia asks Santuzza why she signalled her to remain silent when Alfio said that he had seen Turiddu that morning. Santuzza exclaims, Voi lo sapete – “Now you shall know”, and tells Lucia the story of her seduction by Turiddu and his affair with Lola. Lucia pities Santuzza, who the villagers are considering excommunicating for her seduction. Santuzza cannot enter the church, but begs Lucia to go inside and pray for her.

Turiddu arrives. Santuzza upbraids him for pretending to have gone away, when he was actually seeing Lola. Lola enters the square singing. She mocks Santuzza and goes inside the church. Turiddu turns to follow Lola, but Santuzza begs him to stay. Turiddu pushes her away. She clings to him. He loosens her hands, throws her to the ground, and enters the church. Alfio arrives looking for Lola. Santuzza tells him that his wife has betrayed him with Turiddu. Alfio swears to take vendetta (revenge) which causes Santuzza to repent for having disclosed the affair and begs Alfio to stop to no avail.

The square is empty as the orchestra plays the famous Intermezzo.

The villagers come out of the church. Turiddu is in high spirits because he is with Lola and Santuzza appears to have gone. He invites his friends to his mother’s wine shop where he sings a drinking song, Viva, il vino spumeggiante – “Hail to the bubbling wine!”. Alfio joins them. Turiddu offers him wine, but he refuses it. All understand that trouble is in the air. The women leave, taking Lola with them. In a brief exchange of words, Alfio challenges Turiddu to a duel. Following Sicilian custom, the two men embrace, and Turiddu, in a token of acceptance, bites Alfio’s ear, drawing blood which signifies a fight to the death. Alfio leaves and Turiddu calls Lucia back. He tells her that he is going outside to get some air and asks that she be a kindly mother to Santuzza if he should not return: Un bacio, mamma! Un altro bacio!—Addio! – “One kiss, mother! One more kiss! – Farewell!”.

Turiddu rushes out. Lucia, weeping, wanders aimlessly around outside her house. Santuzza approaches and throws her arms around her. The villagers start to crowd around. Voices are heard in the distance and a woman cries, “They have murdered Turiddu!” Santuzza faints and Lucia collapses in the arms of the women villagers.

 

 

MORE INFO

Sicilia Classica Festival – info@siciliaclassicafestival.it

 

 

 

WHERE TO STAY

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Pooh

Amici per sempre TOUR 2023

Ancient Theatre, Sunday 17th September 2023 @9.30pm

 

Pooh is an Italian pop band formed in 1966 in Bologna. Over the course of their career, Pooh has sold over 100 million records.
In 2016 Pooh officially ended their musical career holding their last concert in a live broadcast event in Italian cinemas and live on television and radio.
On April 2023, the members reunited to celebrate their 55th anniversary, and they also released a new song “Amici per sempre”.

 

TICKETS on boxol and ticketone
Platea : € 85,00
Gallery: € 79,00
Upper Circle (non numbered seats): € 49,00

 

MORE INFO

https://pooh.it/amici-x-sempre

 

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel La Pensione SvizzeraHotel Villa SchulerHotel Villa Ducale – Hotel Villa Carlotta 

source: www.mentelocale.it

Pooh

Amici per sempre TOUR 2023

Ancient Theatre, Saturday 16th September 2023 @9.30pm

 

Pooh is an Italian pop band formed in 1966 in Bologna. Over the course of their career, Pooh has sold over 100 million records.
In 2016 Pooh officially ended their musical career holding their last concert in a live broadcast event in Italian cinemas and live on television and radio.
On April 2023, the members reunited to celebrate their 55th anniversary, and they also released a new song “Amici per sempre”.

 

TICKETS on boxol and ticketone
Platea : € 85,00
Gallery: € 79,00
Upper Circle (non numbered seats): € 49,00

 

MORE INFO

https://pooh.it/amici-x-sempre

 

WHERE TO STAY

Hotel La Pensione SvizzeraHotel Villa SchulerHotel Villa Ducale – Hotel Villa Carlotta