Hi there! The weekend is already (or finally) there, but you don’t have anything planned yet? Don’t worry, like every week, we prepared a program that will guarantee you a funny/busy/cultural week-end!

(Click on the pictures to go to the event pages)

  • PURPLE- John Akomfrah

If you didn’t go there yet, please run immediately to the Museu Coleção Berardo to enjoy this fabulous an engaged new exhibition. You’ll be astonished by this immersive videos installation which faces you to the climate changes. It denounces not only those modifications but also their impact on communities, biodiversity and wild life. Akomfrah  mixes sound & images with a lot of genius and he’ll definitely bring you to his world, to his ART (ivism).

You can also check the splendid exhibition “Quel Amour?” in the same Museum.

Saturday (free) & Sunday: 10h-19h / Museu Coleção Berardo (Belém)

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If you don’t have anything  planned on Sunday you can go at Mob’s to participate to the first meeting to organize the second edition of the Feminist Festival of Lisbon. This Festival is opened to everybody (you boys are very well invited to participate to this meeting also!!). It’s an intersectional, non lucrative and opened festival that aims to sensitize people to the feminist cause and defend equal rights between sexes.

Sunday:16h/ Mob, Rua dos Anjos, 12F.




We found a solution to your Sunday night blues thanks to this weekly event. Whether you are passionate by cinema, very curious or enthusiastic, you can enjoy an old movie and debate about it after! Go check the Facebook page to see the weekly program 😉

Sunday: 19h/ RA Arroios



If you didn’t have the chance to enjoy this wonderful exhibition organized by Fernando Brízio in honor of the twentieth anniversary of Lux Frágil don’t miss your last opportunity on Sunday. You’ll see the evolution of this emblematic place of Lisbon nightlife and it strategies of communication. This is the closing date of the exhibition.

Sunday: 12h-19h/ Hub Criativo do Beato: Rua da Manutenção, 118.



Autumn has now settled and brought cold afternoons, windy days but also the pleasures of cocooning and chill. Good news: on Sunday afternoon you can celebrate the São Martinho drinking wine and eating chestnuts while listening to some good music. This afternoon will warm your heart and soul, and you’ll act for the good cause. Indeed, the event is free but all the benefits made from the consumption are integrally reversed to the brilliant association Conversa Amiga that offers a friendly earring and accompagmnemnt for the people who need it. (Go check their website and help this great cause! http://conversa.pt)

Sunday: 15h-20h/ LX Factory

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And don’t forget to join us for our street art open tour on Saturday at 15h starting from Praça Luís Camões!  You can register here 😉


If you join one of these events, please let us know with our #whatsuplisboa !



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