Arco: continues Tsundoku, the book review dedicated to themes dear to young people

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There are two proposals on Saturday 22 October: at 18.30 Ania Martianaillustrator and graphic designer, e Michele De Stefanocartoonist and illustrator, author of the anthology “Dirty is immediately “ published by Feltrinelli Comics, speak of “Comics in outer space», Interviewed by the well-known cartoonist Marco Tabilio; and at 9 pm “Cinemalteatro”, Theatrical performance for the review« Who is on stage ».

Cinemalteatroby and with by Loris Fabiani, uses the means of the theater to convey the stories of the great films, which will be retraced from start to finish, live. For the audience that gets involved: raise your voice well. Acting a lot. Don’t worry about making mistakes, making mistakes on stage. There are no mistakes, what some call error for others is fun.

In any case, there is no need to worry: the actors will accompany the audience for the duration of the films. Scene after scene. It is possible to enter after the show has started, or with the mobile phone switched on: this will greatly attract the attention of the Cinemalteatro team and will make the new arrivals immediately involved in the show. The goal is to entertain, entertain. Info and reservations: [email protected]. Tickets: 10 euros (full), 5 euros (reduced).

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Sunday 23 October at 5 pm Bruna Orlandi presentsNonetheless, free. The story as a therapeutic act»(Giraldi Editore, 2018), in collaboration with Eutropia Festivalmoderate Cecilia Bighelli. The evening continues at 7 pm with a musical aperitif by the Alto Garda Music School.

It is a Sunday morning and she is in the car with her partner. Suddenly he feels pain in his genital organs, a pain that cannot be said, but that she also urgently needs to tell the cobbler under the house.

A real ordeal begins, made up of frustrating medical visits and singular encounters: the champion of blisters, the guru of anthroposophy and a bizarre expert in Chinese medicine, until the day when a doctor finally listens to her and gives her a diagnosis. Vulvodynia.

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When her ailment seems to want to hold her back, life really begins again. In between are the fear of happiness, a wedding party that looks like a festival, a psychopathic dog and a daughter who does everything to be there and the awareness that the only thing that makes sense is to live without delay.

Born as a personal memoir, this autobiographical novelin which life is savored more than suffering, explore the world of womenthe relationship with the partner, sex, social taboos, the asymmetries of the doctor-patient relationship, told with biting irony while preserving the intimate, honest and confidential tones of a private diary.

The review – Tsundoku is organized by the civic library «Bruno Emmert»Together with the Cantiere 26 Youth Center with the collaboration of Book on Air (Plan B project of the Alto Garda and Ledro Valley Community) and Eutropia Festival (winner of a provincial tender on equal opportunities) with a dense network of synergies: association Araba Fenice, Erickson Study Center, cultural association «Who is on stage», Bookcases«Two points” And “Cazzaniga», Rockabout Radio, Smag (Alto Garda Music School), The Elp e Gas, Alba Chiara Aps, Andromeda association, Amici di Famiglia Odv (association of volunteers that collaborates with the Maternal Family Foundation of Rovereto) and Il Buco cultural association. The meetings take place at the Cantiere 26 Youth Center in Prabi, admission is free.

Following appointments – The exhibition will continue on Saturday 29 October: at 6 pm Camillo Ischia will present «Death makes its rounds»(Published by Araba Fenice). Followed by an aperitif with crime (18 euros, by reservation). And at 9 pm Matteo Innocenti will be there with his book “Eco Anxiety. Climate change between activism and fear»(Erickson, 2022). To moderate, Ilaria Bionda.

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Arco: continues Tsundoku, the book review dedicated to themes dear to young people