The multidisciplinary Romaeuropa arts festival returns with an action-packed programme of dance, theatre, art and music, under the title Linfa vitale (Lifeblood).

The 29th edition of the prestigious two-month festival comprises over 50 events over 118 days of performances, and includes 20 Italian premieres – a significant overall increase on last year's numbers.

Romaeuropa director Fabrizio Grifasi has kept a strong international focus, with many big names on the programme.

Highlights include the national premiere of Torobaka by Romaeuropa regulars Akram Khan and Israel Galvan (24-26 Sept); Sun by Hofesh Schechter (30 Sept-1 Oct); Coup fatal by Alain Platel (14-15 Oct); and Carmen by South African Dada Masilo (29 Oct-2 Nov).

Also to look forward to is the fifth edition of the festival's futuristic section Digital Life whose theme this year is Play.

For booking and venue information tel. 0645553050 or see

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