The best events for this new weekend in Naples that from 17 to 19 January 2020!
Here we are with a new appointment with the weekly column that recommends the best events in Naples, this time in weekend from 17 to 19 January 2020.
How not to participate in the show of the great conductor Riccardo Muti at the Teatro San Carlo, but also at the Teatro Bellini there is a beautiful show based on Dracula by Bram Stoker.
Successful exhibitions on continue in various museums Miro, Andy Wahrol, Banksy and the Thalassa exhibition at the National Archaeological Museum.
It is also the weekend dedicated to Sant'Antonio Abate and in many places the famous will light up bonfire.
Here are the events not to be missed on the weekend.
Dracula by Bram Stoker at the Teatro Bellini in Naples, the novel lives on in the theater
On stage at the Teatro Bellini in Naples, the theatrical adaptation of the novel "Dracula" by Bram Stoker, with an exceptional cast.From 17 to 26 January 2020 will be staged at Bellini Theater of Naples lo spettacolo Bram Stoker's Dracula.
About Bram Stoker's Dracula at the Bellini Theater in Naples, the novel lives on in the theater:Where: Teatro Bellini
- Friday January 17 2020 Ore: 21:00
- Saturday January 18 2020 Ore: 17:30
- Sunday January 19 2020 Ore: 18:00
- The presale sector included: 35€
- The presale sector included: 30€
- III sector presale included: 24€
Riccardo Muti at the San Carlo in Naples conducts the Chicago Symphony Orchestra: an unmissable event
Riccardo Muti will conduct the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in the splendid setting of the San Carlo Theater in Naples: appointment in January!The Maestro Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will be on stage on January 19 2020 starting from 19 hours: 00 for an hour and a half long concert.
About Riccardo Muti at the San Carlo in Naples conducts the Chicago Symphony Orchestra:Where: Teatro San Carlo
Give her: 19:00 All 20:30
- Poltronissima and Gold Armchair: 180€
- Armchair: 150€
- Stage III. IV Row: 80€
- Balcony V and VI Row: 50€
- Seats only listening: 20€
- Under30 / Over65 (side boxes): 15€
Next Stop at the Pietrarsa Museum: the theater in the ancient railway wagons
Next Stop - The Station of Memories, is an engaging theatrical show that will be staged in the wagons of the trains kept in the Pietrarsa Museum.The Pietrarsa Museum opens its doors to an original theatrical experimentation who will see the staging of one theathral show lasting an hour in the wagons of the ancient trains. The show will run in two replicas il 12 and 19 January 2020 starting from 17:30.
Mirò at the Pan of Naples: on show 80 works by the artist
The exhibition on Mirò al Pan di Napoli tells an artist's life in 80 works!The exhibition "Joan Mirò. The Language of Signs " will be at the Pan di Napoli from 25 September 2019 to 23 February 2020 to create one of the most important art collections of this artist ever. In 80 works a life dedicated to art will be told, from 1927 to 1986, decidedly productive for an artist who has ranged from painting to sculpture, without of course forgetting collages and tapestries.
Information on Mirò al Pan di Napoli:Where: PAN
Give her: 09:30 All 19:30
Openings during the weekend:
- full: 12€
- Reduced: 8€
- Reduced children: 5€
- Children under 6 years, people with disabilities with a carer, Campania Region tourist guides, accredited journalists.: FREE
Banksy and (post) street art at the PAN Museum in Naples: to understand street art
Banksy at the PAN Museum in Naples will be put in relation to other big names in street art to answer the question: how do you interpret what is happening today on the walls of the world?Banksy and the (post) Street Art is the exhibition set up at PAN from 23 December 2019 at the 16 February 2020 which will involve, in addition to the works of the famous Banksy, also those of Mr. Brainwash, di Obey and of Mr. Savethewall.
Exhibition of Calatrava at the Capodimonte Museum: in the Light of Naples
At the Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte the art exhibition entirely dedicated to the works of Santiago Calatrava can be visited.Since December 6 2019 to 10 May 2020 Will be held at Naples in Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte an exhibition of Santiago Calatrava, painter, sculptor, architect and complete artist.
Information on the Calatrava Exhibition at the Capodimonte Museum:Where: Museum and Real Bosco di Capodimonte
Openings during the weekend:
- Full ticket: 14€
- San Carlo affiliated and Carta Freccia holders: 10€
- Reduced for people from 18 to 25 years: 8€
- On free Sundays and on days with free admission: 6€