An evening in the basement of San Lorenzo Maggiore to discover the mysteries and legends of the revolutionary spirits of Naples.
Back, in the spaces of the buried Neapolis of the Complex of San Lorenzo Maggiore, the theatrical guided tour Naples, ghosts and other stories, in a new edition dedicated to the revolutionary spirits of the city.
Saturday March 9 2019 the cultural association NarteA offers visitors a new one journey in the underground of Naples, where they will know mysteries, legends and secrets which have their culmination in the historical center, in a true itinerary of the mystery that unfolds through the texts written and directed by Febo Quercia.
The evening trip inside the evocative spaces of San Lorenzo Maggiore, where you can admire the extraordinary urban stratifications of the city and the Greco-Roman architectural structures, will immerse the spectators in the stories of the restless spirits that cross the Neapolitan lanes, events in which reality and fantasy are confused and whose protagonists are the souls linked to the places of the ancient city.
The true stories of the revolutionary spirits of the city of Naples
Along the way they will meet illustrious revolutionary spiritstormented souls who continue to transmit their disquiet even from death and who will stop to tell the whole truth about their tormented and scabrous lives.
During the night of the ghosts of Naples you can meet: Maria D'Avalos and Fabrizio Carafa, with their love covered by blood and shame; Eleonora Pimentel Fonseca, the famous heroine of the Republican and Enlightenment resistance; Tommaso Aniello d'Amalfi, said Masaniello, the Neapolitan fishmonger of 27 years that was able to act as a guide to the historic revolt against the Spanish viceroy, which right in the Complex of San Lorenzo Maggiore had one of its most violent and significant junctions.