COVID-19 preventive measures

The return to TMP has been carefully planned, safeguarding the proper safety measures. We are aware the desire to return to public spaces, theatres and the discovery that can only be carried out when sharing the same physical space must take place with every precaution and ensuring the necessary safety regulations. As you return to Rivoli and Campo Alegre, you’ll find two theatres that are fully equipped and prepared to welcome audiences, artists and teams in the best possible way.

COVID-19 preventive measures:

Always wear your mask.
Hand sanitiser gel available.
Keep a safe distance (2 metres).
Keep to your right.
Do not exceed room capacity.
Take your assigned seat.
Avoid using lifts.
At the end of the performance, await guidance from ushers.

Teatro Municipal do Porto

Teatro Municipal do Porto, through its two hubs - Rivoli and Campo Alegre - presents a multidisciplinary programme open to a wide range of latitudes and different kinds of audiences, carrying out the strategy laid by the Culture Department since its reopening in September 2014. The balance between what is done in this city, what is presented around the country and the international programme that we present in Porto, makes this Theatre a venue for discovery and artistic confirmations. It’s a place where we programme different approaches and present them on different scales, from a small dressing room to the under stage, the lobby or different auditoriums.
 

Teatro Rivoli

It was inaugurated in 1913 as a National Theatre. In the following years, changes in the urban centre forced a reconsideration and update of the building and thus Teatro Rivoli came to be, in 1923 - refurbished, adapted as a movie theatre, with a programme of opera, dance, theatre and concerts. Architect and engineer Júlio Brito signed the project. In 1994 it was closed for a complete refurbishment, with a project by architect Pedro Ramalho. In October 1997, Rivoli reopened its doors.
Presently, Rivoli hosts the national and international programme of Teatro Municipal do Porto with a particular focus on dance, theatre, music, puppetry, contemporary circus and film, along with some of the city’s main events.
Teatro Rivoli

Teatro Campo Alegre

Architect Rogério Cavaca designed Teatro Campo Alegre. After it was built in 2000, it was managed by the now extinct Fundação Ciência e Desenvolvimento (FCD). The building has four venues (Auditorium, Café-Teatro, Cine-Studio and Rehearsal Room) and three apartments equipped for artistic residencies - two with 2 bedrooms and one with 3 bedrooms.
Currently, Campo Alegre is the experimental hub of Teatro Municipal do Porto, a creative lab within the programme "Campo Aberto", housing artists from different latitudes and nine local companies on short and long term residency, which will later on present the result of their work.
Teatro Campo Alegre

Team

  • CÂMARA MUNICIPAL DO PORTO

    Mayor Rui Moreira

    ÁGORA – CULTURA E DESPORTO, E.M.

    CHAIRMAN
    OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS 
    Catarina Araújo

    EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS 
    Ana Cláudia Almeida
    César Navio

    DIRECTOR OF THE ORGANIC
    UNIT FOR CULTURE
     
    Francisca Carneiro Fernandes

    DIRECTOR OF THE PERFORMING
    ARTS DEPARTMENT
     
    Tiago Guedes
          

    TEATRO MUNICIPAL DO PORTO
    RIVOLI AND CAMPO ALEGRE


    DIRECTION

    Artistic Direction Tiago Guedes
    Executive Direction Francisca Carneiro Fernandes
    Artistic Coordination Francisco Malheiro
    Administrative Coordination Pedro Silva
    Direction Assistant Ana Sousa
    Legal Assistant Mafalda Girão
    Finantial Assistant Simão Sousa Branca (estag. PEPAL)
    Secretariat Mariana Melo Vergueiro, Rosa Bastos
    Administrative support Elisabete Veiga
    Driver João Nunes

    PROGRAMMING
    Direction Tiago Guedes
    Programme Assistant Cristina Planas Leitão
    Quintas de Leitura & Literature João Gesta

    PARALELO PROGRAMME
    Coordination Ana Cristina Vicente
    Audience Mediation and Education Service Rute Pimenta, Jonathan da Costa, Pedro Galante

    PRODUCTION
    Coordination Marina Freitas
    Project Management DDD – Festival Dias da Dança Daniela Costa
    Head of Production Cristina Oliveira
    Executive Production Tânia Rodrigues, Bryan Morgado, Carla Moreira, Catarina Mesquita, Vera Miranda, Margarida Carronda
  • COMMUNICATION
    Coordination José Reis
    Project Management DDD – Festival Dias da Dança Daniela Costa
    Contents Leonor Tudela
    Digital Francisco Santos
    Press Office Bruno Malveira (The Ugly Duckling Agency)
    Photography José Caldeira
    Video a-tundra
    Motion Design Pedro Bento

    FRONT OF HOUSE AND TICKET OFFICE
    Team Leader Vânia Ferreira
    Assistant Vitor Hugo Sousa
    Ticket Office Maria da Glória Ribeiro, Mariana Ruivo, Catarina Ferreira, Diana Festa

    TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT
    Coordination Francisco Teles
    Assistant Coordinator Luísa Osório
    Coordination Administrative Assistant Vanessa Freitas
    Stage Management Gonçalo Gregório, Vanessa Santos, Adriana Brandão
    Sound Tiago Ralha (Team Leader), Ricardo Cabral, Tiago Pinto, Luís Carlos Pereira
    Lighting Romeu Guimarães (Team Leader), Luís Silva, Rui Barbosa, Manuel Alão, Mariana Rêgo
    Machinery António Silva (Team Leader), João Queirós, Paulo Pereira, Marco Silva, Nuno Brandão
    Audio-visuals Emanuel Malveira

    MAINTENANCE
    Coordination João Bastos
    Technicians Francisco Choupina, Jorge Soares, João Garcia, André Gomes

    IT SUPPORT

    DMSI / Paulo Moreira

    DESIGN 
    www.eduardoaires.com

    SECURITY
    Securitas

    CLEANING
    Iberlim

PROGRAMMING NETWORKS

At the initiative of MAISON DE LA DANSE e da LYON'S DANCE BIENNALE, several European institutions decided to join efforts: Théâtre de Liège, Teatro Municipal do Porto, Barcelona’s Grec Festival, Maison de la danse and Lyon’s Dance Biennale. These are first-class choreographic institutions, each organising a festival.
PROGRAMMING NETWORKS
The 5 SENTIDOS [5 SENSES] NETWORK was established in 2009, in the scope of QREN 2007-2013, in order to promote networked cultural programming and artistic production. It currently comprises eleven cultural facilities around the country, and seeks to support and stimulate the development of performing arts in Portugal by organising performance tours and backing up the production of new creations through co-financing, co-productions and residencies. The 5 Sentidos network’s strategy is based on the exchange of knowledge and work processes and experiences, and it aims at strengthening the performance of its partners, expediting artistic creation and broadening audiences.
The 5 Sentidos [5 Senses] network

Contacts

Teatro Rivoli

Tuesday to Friday 13h00 – 22h00
Saturday e Sunday 14h30 – 22h00 
Telephone +351 22 339 22 01
Address Praça D. João I, 4000-295 Porto

Teatro Campo Alegre

Monday to Sunday 14h30 – 19h00 e 19h30 – 22h30
Telephone +351 22 606 30 00
Address Rua das Estrelas s/n, 4150-762 Porto

Teatro Municipal do Porto

geral.tmp@agoraporto.pt

Paralelo

paralelo.tmp@agoraporto.pt

Conteúdos e Divulgação

divulgacao.tmp@agoraporto.pt

Relações Públicas

relacoespublicas.tmp@agoraporto.pt