Francesca Mazzotta
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Children’s Rome: 5 pop, chic and radical events

Saturday March 9th, at 4pm in the Accademia d’Arte dei Bambini there will be a showing of The Little Prince. The show, like the novel, begins with a pilot crashing his plane and meeting a boy, which he discovers to be “the little prince” from a tiny asteroid. Thanks to the interactive nature of the show, children will be able to enter into the world of Saint-Exupéry’s novel. The show can be attended by both those who have never read the novel, and those who read it and loved it. Suitable also for small children aged 2 and older. You can find further information on prices, scheduling and opening hours on the Facebook page, and official website

Until the 10th of March, the Giovani del Teatro Vascello company will be performing The Jungle Book at the Vascello dei Piccoli, an enjoyable show created by Rudyard Kipling and loved by many. Families will be catapulted into the world of the little human cub, and in a light and playful way, will be confronted with important themes such as friendship and the wellbeing of our planet. Info here.

Between Thursday 7thand Sunday 10thof March in Piazza Re di Roma the Artisanal Chocolate Festival will take place: with Master Chocolatiers from various Italian Regions coming together to delight the palates of both adults and children with their delicacies. Various workshops and Chocolate Play areas will be available, where children will be told the story of Chocolate, from where it comes from to its final transformation. The event will be full of fun events for people of all ages. 

Last but not least, Casina Raffaello has reopened its doors, and until the 10th of March children will be able to discover the poetic nonsense of Dadaism through the use of collages, they will learn how to create a seed bomb during gardening workshops, and much more. So many workshops waiting for you, and all you need to do click right here

 

Francesca Mazzotta

Con una Laurea in Scienze Politiche, un Master in Business Administration e una carriera in ambito Finance e Insurance, Francesca Mazzotta ha una doppia vita. Fanatica di giochi da tavolo (il marito è autore di boardgame e cardgame, che testano assieme ai molti amici gamer), giochi di ruolo, videogiochi, libri per bambini, fumetti, film e cartoni animati, serie TV e più in generale tutto quello che riguarda la cosiddetta cultura POP, dopo il lavoro e le due figlie, le notti sono dedicate ai suoi mondi fantastici, persa in avventure terribili e meravigliose in luoghi lontani nel tempo e nello spazio. Dopo aver gestito per anni l'organizzazione della ludoteca GiocaRoma, ha scritto per Videogame.it e Outcast.it. E’ fermamente convinta che il segreto di una vita felice stia nella capacità di conciliare il proprio percorso di crescita personale con la cura e la costante attenzione all'ascolto del proprio bambino interiore.

 

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