Primavera a Torino: 3 eventi per celebrare la nuova stagione

Springtime in Turin did not begin in the best way: rain and wind have been alternating for days and snowy skies have saddened the city skyline. However, the cultural offer of this weekend is promising important celebrations which appear as an hymn to the new season. Art, cinema and environment will be the protagonist of the first weekend of the spring.

A bike for the climate

The Earth Hour is a big global mobilisation , organised by WWF. The initiative, which starts from the symbolical act to turn the lights off for an hour, is something that unites citizens, institutions and enterprises with the common will of giving a sustainable future to the planet and of winning the challenge of the climate change.

Saturday 24th March 2018, WWF will celebrate the Earth Hour together with the Pʌɪ Bikery  with a special Pedalata per il Clima (bike ride for the climate) on the streets of Turin.

The bike ride will be followed by a candlelight happy hour at Pie Bikery.

  • Saturday 24th March 2018, from 6.30 p.m./ via Cagliari 18/D

Springtime at the condominium-museum

viadellafucina16, the first condominium-museum of the world, presents Primavera (springtime), a festival devoted to art, conceived as collective rebirth and transformation, with exhibitions, performances, wine and music. Here is the link of the evento.

  • Saturday 24th March 2018-from 4 p.m.
  • Sunday 25th march from 3 p.m./ via San Giovanni Battista La Salle 16, Torino.

Turin Underground Cinefest

Sunday 25 March 2018 will begin the 5th edition of the Torino Underground Cinefest. Till Tuesday, the Cinema Classico will screen numerous independent movies from all over the world. The filmmakers will be present in the screening room and will intervene in constructive debate with the audience.

The Turin Underground Cinefest is totally free. For this reason, you have to book a place with Eventbrite.

  • From Sunday 25th till Tuesday 28th March 2018, from  6 p.m. of Sunday to 1 a.m. of Tuesday/ Piazza Vittorio Veneto 5, Torino.