What events will there be this week in Turin?
Here are the main events scheduled in the city from Monday 7 to Friday 11 November 2022.
This week there will be many events dedicated to cinema and music. There will be concerts, comedy shows and book presentations with celebrated guests.
If you are looking for ideas on what to do in and around Turin this week, here are some ideas.
Monday 7th November
For the exhibition “Witches, heretics, rebels”, the film “Ninna nanna prisonera” (2016, R. Schillaci) will be screened at the Comala.
The screening will be introduced by Valentina Noya, director of the LiberAzioni Festival, together with director Rossella Schillaci.
Yasmina is a young woman in custody in custody. Her youngest children also live in her cell: Lolita, two years old and Diego, a few months old, while her eldest son lives with his grandmother. The film closely accompanies the daily life of this small family during moments of hope, expectation and resistance.
Free admission e free.
Tuesday 8th November
Among the events this week in Turin, the OffTopic cultural hub hosts the sixth edition of Torino Comedy Lounge, “the Stand Up Comedy on this side of the Alps”. On Tuesday 8 November Andrea Saleri will take the stage, who with his satire since 2014 treads the stages of stand-up comedy realities.
- When: 20.0 hours
- Where: via Giorgio Pallavicino 35, Turin
- Free admission to support the activities
- Reservations on: (whatasapp) 3884463855
Wednesday 9th November
After more than 15 years of concerts, from palazzetti to festivals and stadiums, Negramaro announce their first unplugged tour (made with acoustic and non-electric instruments). The return to the stage of Negramaro promises to be an unmissable opportunity to relive the music that made the band successful in a more intimate atmosphere.
They will be in Turin on 8 and 9 November at the Lingotto Auditorium, one of the most anticipated events of the week in Turin.
For the Wednesday date they are still there tickets available.
On Wednesday 9 November, “If you are good”, the new film by Stefano Collizzolli, written with Daniele Gaglianone and Fabio Geda, who will be present in the cinema, will be screened at the Cinema Massimo.
The G8 in Genoa 2001 has been told many times, but not yet fully; as if it were a story to forget. This is what happened to the authors and witnesses of the film. Twenty years later they felt the need to tell.
The film received the patronage of Amnesty International Italia.
Thursday 10th November
When Jazz Meets Blues is a musical artistic project born from the meeting between the jazz player Max Gallo, a refined Turin guitarist, and the blues harmonica player Andrea Scagliarini. Since 2016, these two artists have been planning to combine two apparently similar languages, but at the same time distant in their sonority, phrasing and rhythmic rereading of the standards.
On Thursday 10 November they will perform on the stage of the Turin Jazz Club.
Friday 11th November
At the circle of readers, Pif presents “The desperate search for love of a poor idiot” (Feltrinelli) with Luciana Littizzetto.
Before the Monumental there was him, the cemetery of San Pietro in Vincoli. Built in 1777, it remained active until the second half of the nineteenth century. After a bad period of decay during which it was nicknamed the “vampire camp”, today the former cemetery is home to cultural events. The tour lasts approximately 45 minutes and takes place before the performances of the NUDI 22-23 theatrical season by Fertili Terreni Teatro.
- When: 11 November at 8 pm, before the show THE MITE.
- Reservation is required.
- For information and to book: email@example.com – 3348655865 (Mon-Fri 15-18)
Friday 11 November Il Capolinea hosts the Oronero, Ligabue tribute band. The amazing singing similarity, and the passion that unites the boys to the Emilian rocker, will make the evening a real tribute to the singer.
- Paella on reservation: 3277984907
- Where: Via Andrea D’Oria 20, Ciriè (TO)