With the weather finally reaching temperatures more expected for February, this weekend is the time to get out of the house and enjoy one of the many things to do that Bucharest has to offer, from theater plays to museum exhibitions.
The Godot Café Theater is organizing this Saturday an improvisation theater session specifically for the little ones, where “kids are taught how to play next to the actors” and can get the chance to practice their public speaking skills, be creative and use their imagination, according to the Godot website.
Also in terms of what’s on in theaters, the “Violoncello lesson” is on at the Metropolis Theatre tomorrow at 15:00, showcasing the story of Eva, a former movie star who, after 20 years of marriage, suspects her husband of infidelity, as detailed on the Metropolis website.
Another theater play that might be worth getting out of the house for is The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, adapted from Mark Haddon’s novel of the same name. Having been on a couple of weeks ago as well, the play will be performed at the Bucharest National Theater this Saturday from 20:00, and will be playing again in about two weeks.
Also this weekend, the In Cold Blood exhibition at the “Grigore Antipa” National Museum of Natural History might be worth a visit for the wide variety of reptiles that can be admired.
The Limited Responsibility Books (“Carti cu raspundere limitata”) exhibition at the National Library could also prove of interest. Running from February 4 to March 31, 2016, the exhibition will present a number of works published by detainees.