Theater and live music at the park: the week of Anconella Garden
Theatrical improvisation, jazz and electronic music contaminated by African rhythms
Every evening a different event in the green lung of south Florence
Theatrical performances, jazz concerts and electronic music contaminated by African influences: it is the week of Anconella Garden, a Florentine Summer space immersed in the greenery of the south Florence park (access from Via di Villamagna 39 / d).
On Wednesday 17th July at 9.30 pm you will have fun with the theater improvisation show by I Menchi company, seven young people who since 2013 have been delighted to build "scripts" that vary according to the audience's ideas, creating unpredictable journeys and unlikely situations.
Music protagonist at the weekend with the performance of Altomare & Masoni ( Friday 19 July at 9.30pm), the concert of the Banda Largo Elettro Acustica (BLEA), including techno, tribal, psychedelic and afropunk influences ( Saturday 20 July at 9.30pm) and finally the "Jazz Garden" by Francesco Pantusa ( Sunday 21 July at 9.30pm). All appointments are free.
The cultural programming of Anconella Garden is by the Diramazioni festival, which has activated a series of prolific collaborations with associations active in the neighborhood. Born in 2000 as a traveling festival, designed for Florentine public spaces by artists, students and associations brought together, since 2008 Branches , organized by the Cambiamusica cultural association! Florence , found a home base in the Parco dell'Anconella. Every day, from 4pm until late evening , it will also be possible to make a stop at the Anconella Garden to enjoy a snack, an aperitif, a dinner or a drink surrounded by greenery. On the menu , beef and tuna burgers, chicken wings, fried fish with vegetables, but also pizzas, calzones, covaccini and vegetarian alternatives at pop prices. To satisfy the tastes of the whole Anconella family.
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