Wanted in Rome's day-by-day guide to the best events and things to do in Rome during November 2019.
5 Nov. Catch Oscar & Walt by the English Theatre of Rome near Piazza Navona.
6 Nov. See the outdoor exhibit Dinosauri in carne ed ossa at l'Oasi WWF near Fregene.
7 Nov. Have a late night burger and side of fries at Barrel Bar & Grill.
8 Nov. Catch an English-language performance of The Philanderer by Shaw.
9 Nov. Participate in Temple University’s Open Day to learn about continuing education in Rome.
10 Nov. Listen to American folk artist Micah P. Hinson as he performs his latest album at Le Mura.
11 Nov. Head to the cinema to see Helen Mirren narrate the story of Anne Frank through her diary.
12 Nov. Take the kids to see Oscar-winning special effects by artist Carlo Rambaldi at Pala Expo.
13 Nov. Don't miss Mozart's Idomeneo at Teatro dell'Opera di Roma.
14 Nov. Immerse yourself in history through virtual reality at the Circo Maximo Experience.
17 Nov. Get tickets to Rambert Dance Company’s show at Auditorium Parco Della Musica.
18 Nov. Enroll in a conversation course to brush up your Italian at Dante Alighieri language school.
19 Nov. See what the hype is about and meet for cocktails at Drink Kong.
20 Nov. Consider the spiritual aspect of contemporary art with a new show at MAXXI.
21 Nov. Listen to the Orchestra and Chorus of Accademia di S. Cecilia perform Tristan und Isolde.
24 Nov. Try a Pilates matwork class in English at the Ryoga centre in Trastevere.
25 Nov. Watch comedian Louis C.K. perform at the Teatro Sistina.
24 Nov. Don’t miss Internazionale Kids at Galleria delle Vasche, hosting breakfast and a newspaper lab.
25 Nov. Gather together a team of friends for a pub quiz in English at Scholars Lounge.
28 Nov. Munch on turkey and stuffing at the Hard Rock Cafè as part of its Thanksgiving menu.
29 Nov. Immerse yourself in the ancient Etruscan world at the Villa Giulia museum.
30 Nov. Check out Salum’È, the first edition of the festival dedicated to Italian cured meats, at WeGil.