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Events in Florence at the end of April

This saturday starts Fabbrica Europa a nice festival in Florence with several events: dance, theatre, workshops, meetings, dj sets...
The first show "Lapsus" is not at Stazione Leopolda, but it's at Teatro Cantiere Florida (Via Pisana 109). Tickets: 12 €
At 9.30 pm.

Lapsus is a preview of a production that will debut in May in Le Havre. It is a sensitive investigation of the body as the sole subject and means of representation, and of the skin as the visible location of the relationship between the body and its surrounding space. The concentration on the perceptions of the body extends the idea of threshold, of edge. The objective is to bring to life the space just above the surface of the skin, where energy circulates. Space is not only a surrounding packaging but also the transmitter for dynamic energy. The choreography plays with the void to blur absence and presence and give substance to scenic volume. The skin, as the base level of representation, is at the heart of Pezzo 0 (2). In this first solo, the skin is the only visible surface, a membrane on which the events and signs of the body are registered. In Collection Pariculière, the relationship with a horizontal supporting surface allows a different scrutiny of the body and highlights the power of gravity as a creator of forms and events stripped of any illustrative or narrative function...

On saturday, the 28th, there will be another nice "event": WORLD TAIJI & QI GONG DAY.

World Tai Chi and Qigong Day (WTCQD) also spelled World T'ai Chi and Ch'i Kung Day, is an annual event held the last Saturday of April each year to promote the related disciplines of T'ai Chi Ch'uan and qigong in sixty countries since 1999.
World T'ai Chi & Qigong Day begins at 10 am with groups in New Zealand, and then quietly spreads time zone by time zone across the globe, to finish with the final events in Hawaii.
Also schools in Florence partecipate to this celebration: from 11.oo am to 1.00 pm, in Piazza Repubblica, there will be a special exhibition by a florentine school of Tai chi Chuan.

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