97 THEATRE PRODUCTION BY Teatro da Garagem
10 TO 15 DEZ 2018 | MON TO FRI 10:30 AM, SAT 4:30 PM | TEATRO TABORDA


Hippolitus, the hippopotamus, was sad for he thought he had no friends, and nobody liked him. His friend Mouse tries to comfort him and tells him that he is a true philanthropist! “Phi-lan-what?” asked Hippolitus. Could it be an insult? A swearword?
Phi-lan-what? is a children’s show, that originates from an Eric Many’s story about the importance of learning new words and the meaning of friendship.

Directed by Maria João Vicente From a story by Eric Many Acting João Cachola and Martyn Gama Set and Costumes Design Sérgio Loureiro Music and Sound Composition Daniel Cervantes Technical Director Nuno Samora Lights Manuel Abrantes Production Director Maria João Vicente Production and Communication Carolina Mano Assistant Producer Joana Rodrigues, Marília Maia e Moura and Marta Ascenso.

With the support of Lisbon City Council, EGEAC, Junta de Freguesia de Santa Maria Maior
Financed by Direção-Geral das Artes, Portuguese Government | Ministry of Culture

Approximate Duration 40 MIN | +3


The funds raised from the tickets’ sales of the show PHI-LAN-WHAT? revert entirely to the Clube Recreativo do Bairro Janeiro

Despite the hardships it has been facing lately, Clube Recreativo do Bairro Janeiro (CRBJ) remains one of the movements that dynamizes the sports practice the most in Amadora. Handball, Kickboxing, Karate, Zumba and Yoga are only a few of the many activities the Club offers to its members and the general population. In the year of their 50th anniversary, CRBJ is not just another Club, it is an institution worthy of the official distinction of Public Utility. More than a status this is the confirmation of the history of the lives at the service of the community, in an act of sharing that can be described as cohesive, resilient and completely voluntary.

Clube Recreativo Bairro Janeiro
Praça Dom João I 10, 2700-324 Amadora
Phone: 21 492 5776

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