2017 Tuttestorie Festival: Cagliari in November

  • Published: 31-10-2017
  • Category: Events

Tuttestorie Festival 2017 in Cagliari

You are thinking of traveling to Sardinia in November to get away from everyday life and the chaos of the city. The reasons to spend a few days on this wonderful island are so many. If you are planning a vacation with the whole family, we have a small suggestion that will make your stay immersed in the magic of words: it is the 2017 edition of the Tuttestorie Literature Festival, which is taking place in Cagliari from 20 September to 18 November 2017.

 

The Festival

The 2016 Festival has been a great success so much that to be replicated in 2017. This year’s theme of Tuttestorie is LEGAMI, which makes our daily life, our lives and any kind of narrative, alive. The Festival will allow you to explore the boundless relationship and connections, by looking for, more or less, the visible wires that all combine.

The festival included a series of meetings with authors, exhibitions, installations, cinemas and many, many workshops: dance, drawing, cartoon, stop motion, body percussion, cooking, music, illustration, creativity, writing, poetry, shadows, phantasmagoria.

In November, from November 15 to November 18, at 6 pm at the Massimo Theater in Cagliari, you will be able to take part in the theatrical performance entitled Buchettino, taken by Le Petit Poucet by Charles Perrault (1628-1703) directed by Chiara Guidi. The show is based mainly on the experience of the spectator, telling sleep as a body position and consciousness of one’s being, such as the moment when everyone loosens their grip on their own life and returns to the base of their presence. Beds suspend activities and the body assumes the position of being with oneself.

 

Cagliari

Tuttestorie Festival will make your vacation much more challenging but don’t forget that there are many tourist routes to discover the city of Cagliari.

Below are some attractions to see at least once:

  • The Castle district;
  • The Poet’s Long Sea;
  • The bastion of Saint Remy;
  • The Elephant Tower;
  • The tower of San Pancrazio;
  • The Royal Palace.

If you don’t want to miss this holiday in culture and literature, you just have to book your trip on one of the ferries to Sardinia.

 

Further information

For more information about the 2017 edition of the Children’s Literature Tuttestorie Festival (complete program, tickets, any date changes), you can consult the official website of the event, Tuttestorie.it.

 

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