ROME-- A cultural melting-pot of the east, Izmir has been the inspiration for poets, the desire of conquering empires and the final settlement for some of history’s most iconic figures. Called “Beautiful Izmir”, it is considered the pearl of the Aegean and is currently a strong contender for the 2020 world expo.
ROME-- The English Theatre in Rome was at full capacity this week for Gaby Ford’s performance of ‘A Broad Abroad’. Directed by Dyanne White and written by Ford, the performance is a montage of her real-life experiences: ‘in the pursuit of sanity, four continents are travelled’.
ROME--‘Slow Food Story’, a film by director Stefano Sardo previewed in Italy this week at the Cinema delle Quattro Fontane. Telling the story of a cultural and gastronomical revolution, the film is a documentary charting the biography of the Slow Food movement’s founder Carlo Petrini as he sets out to fight against consumerist globalisation.
ROME-- 'Tram Tracks', a relatively new venture, promises its participants an evening extravaganza taking them back in time 40 years, as a live rock concert is combined with a journey on one of Rome's few remaining historic trams.