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As always, there are some fab things to do this weekend, including this Sunday (1st March) being #domenicaalmuseo, the monthly day of free entry to all state run museums, archaeological sites etc.


Tonight, Thursday 26th February, the Oscar nominated ‘The Theory of Everything‘ is being shown in ENGLISH at the Cinema Modernissimo, as part of their weekly series of movies in original language.

To celebrate the famous American filmmaker, documentarian and theatrical director Frederick Wiseman being in Naples, there will be a series of events and screenings over three days, concluding on Friday 27th February, at the Cinema Astra and the Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.

On Sunday 1st March, there will be a visit to the ruins of Pompeii, from Porta Marina to the theatre district, organised by GAN (Gruppo Archelologico Napoletano).  Booking is required, by Friday 27th February.

If you’re looking for something a little more sporty, then on Sunday 1st there is a basketball match of Givova Napoli vs Junior Casale Monferrato at the PalaBarbuto.

Every weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday), until 29th March, there are evening guided tours of the Catacombs of San Gennaro.  ‘The Lights Inside‘ is a hugely successful guided tour, a journey of lights, sounds and images that rewrites the Catacombs of San Gennaro, seen not only as a burial place, but as a real womb where life takes shape.  There will also be the virtual figure of Andrea De Jorio, archaeologist and ethnographer from Procida (born 1769), author of an important guide to the catacombs, who will host the visitors as an ironic and elegant “presence”.

Next Wednesday 4th March (not technically this weekend, but shhh!), it’s time for the monthly Naples International Happy Hour at Barril in Chiaia.  Meet new people and old friends from all over the world and brush up your English!!


Tristan and Isolde‘ started at the San Carlo Theatre on 22nd February, and runs until Thursday 5th March.

Tonight, Thursday 26th February, as part of the Alessandro Scarlatti Association series of concerts, Peter Dijskra & the Swedish Radio Choir are in concert at the Castel Sant’Elmo.

On Friday morning, there is something special for Italian speaking little ones, ‘Rashid, Rondinella di Mare‘.  The show is part of the series of shows for children at the Teatro dei Piccoli at the Mostra d’Oltremare.

On Friday 27th February and Sunday 1st March, at the San Carlo, Zubin Mehta and Lioba Braun will be in concert.

Also on Friday, Nicola Florio will be playing the organ at the Chiesa dell’Immacolata in Vomero, as part of the Giovanni Maria Trabaci Organ Association’s ‘Seven Centuries of Sacred Organ Music in Naples’ season.

On Saturday 28th February, James Senese and Napoli Centrale will be in concert at DejavÚ Club in Pozzuoli.

Also on Saturday 28th February, Lodovica Comello will be in concert at the Teatro Palapartenope.


Every Sunday at the Hippodrome Park of Agnano, there is an antique, craft and flea market.

Every Sunday at the Fiera di Nocera Inferiore, there is the Salone Dell’Usato, a large, covered market, selling crafts, antiques, collectibles and modern antiques/art.


Starting on Friday 27th February is the ‘Eros e Pathos‘ solo exhibition by Maria Luigia Spinosa, at the church of San Severo al Pendino.

From Saturday 28th February, an exhibition of Pasquale Di Maria’s work, ‘The Coloured Souls of Pasquale Di Maria‘, will be on show at the Castel dell’Ovo.


Finishing on Saturday 28th February is the Shepard Fairey ‘#OBEY’ exhibition at PAN.

Also finishing on Saturday is ‘The Jewish Community in Naples, 1864/2014: 150 years of history‘ exhibition, at the State Archive of Naples.

Don’t forget, every Sunday at 10.30 there is a mass in English at the Christ Church in Naples.

Of course there are more events currently on around Naples, details of which you can find on our events pages.

Have a really great weekend. 🙂