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28 - 30 October
Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz

Escala

New Dates
Dance

28 - 30 October

NEW DATES
october 18th until 30th
thursday until saturday 7pm

Dance
Price 12€
<25: 5€
Main Auditorium
Length 60 min aprox

Age restriction:

To be age rated by CCE

Direção artística Sofia Dias e Vítor Roriz
Interpretação Bruno Brandolino, Johan Volmar e Luís Guerra
Desenho de Luz Nuno Borda de Água
Objeto cenográfico Gonçalo Barreiros
Sonoplastia Sofia Dias
Documentação Marta Ramos
Administração e produção Vítor Alves Brotas | Agência 25
Coprodução Teatro do Bairro Alto e A Oficina
Projeto apoiado pela República Portuguesa – Cultura / Direção-Geral das Artes
Apoio à criação em residência Estúdios Victor Córdon, Alkantara, Forum Dança e Pro.dança
Foto S&V

RESCHEDULE

Following the most recent measures to contain the Covid-19 virus pandemic announced by the Government and the European worsening of the pandemic situation, we will have to reschedule  Escala  by Sofia Dias & Vitor Roriz for the following dates:

october 18th until 30th
thursday until saturday 7pm

 

On March 4th we will present a work in progress of whT Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz are developing on our YouTube channel and at teatrodobairroalto.pt.

Return tickets

To request a refund of your tickets, you will need to contact the point of sale where they were purchased directly.

How to contact the different points of sale

  • If you purchased your ticket through BOL, contact Ajuda@bol.pt | 214 160 350.
  • If you purchased your ticket through FNAC, Worten, CTT or ABEP, please go to these points of sale.
  • If you have purchased your ticket through the physical ticket offices of São Luiz Teatro Municipal or LU.CA – Luís de Camões Theater, contact our ticket office by email bilheteira@teatrodobairroalto.pt
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Almost a year after the beginning of their Infiltration into TBA in 2020, Sofia Dias & Vítor Roriz present Escala, a piece that attempts to approach the idea of collective/social body, often set aside in their work as a duo. This change in perspective will allow what they so reluctantly call vocabulary to permeate other bodies.

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