Carlo Goldoni: The theatre of real life in 18th century Venice with Jonathan Keates
Event date and time: 19 January, 6.30pm UK time
This lecture will take place online via Zoom.
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The famous 18th-century playwright Carlo Goldoni captured the essence of Venetian life in the much-loved genre of the marionette theatre in many of his comedies. Jonathan Keates, Chairman of Venice in Peril, introduces us to this world and shows us how Venice played a major role in the history of theatre and opera and illustrates his talk with examples from Venice in Peril’s recent project restoring 18th-century marionettes from Casa Goldoni.
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