“Sara’s silence” returns to Lethes to warn of sexual violence and human exploitation

This is a monologue performed by Tânia da Silva

“Sara’s silence” returns to the stage at Teatro Lethes, in Faro, to, as of this Wednesday, February 9, talk about the problem of sexual violence and human exploitation.

This is a monologue performed by Tânia da Silva and aimed especially at the young audience, from the 3rd cycle and secondary school.

School sessions take place on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 15 pm.

Group tickets cost 3 euros (valid for schools, institutions and associations).

Sessions for the general public are held on Friday and Saturday at 21:00 pm.

The play will be on stage until February 19.

Tickets cost 10 euros, which drops to 7,50 for those under 30 or over 65.

Anyone who wants can buy tickets here

 

 



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