October is about to end with its hot dates (check them here), but even in November, whether it’s discovering the events celebrating music or visiting an exhibition, Where® brings you this month’s unmissable dates.

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1. Blue Man Group LivePerformance at Teatro degli Arcimboldi

For the first time in Italy, Blue Man Group entertain audience with a uber-dynamic show, conjuring up art, music, theatre, poetry, energy and technology. Colour is the absolute protagonist, starting from the three blue men leading the show up to allestments and special effects. (see main picture)

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2. Exhibition Dentro Caravaggio

In addition to featuring 18 masterpieces on loan from several of Italy’s most famous museums, for the first time, Caravaggio’s canvases will be exhibited alongside their respective radiographic images, offering viewers a chance to see what lies beneath the surface of the paintings.

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3. The Best of Photography at Wildlife Photographer of the Year

The exhibition of the world’s very best nature photography returns to Milan this year with a selection of 100 breathtaking images divided into 16 categories. 2017 was a highly successful edition for Italy, with 8 competitors named as either finalists or category winners.
[Photo credits: copyright sam Hobson (United Kingdom), Nosy Neighbour]

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4. Exhibition NASA: The History of Space Exploration

On show for the first time in Italy, this major exhibition produced by NASA is a thrilling journey through mankind’s discovery of space. Spread across 2,500sq.m. of display space, it features rockets, shuttles, space rovers and anti-gravity simulators. thrilling immersive educational and scientific experience, it tells the story of space exploration from the first launches in space to the present day.

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5. Exhibition Toulouse-Lautrec, The Fluctuating World

The work of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, an aristocratic witness of Paris’s lowlife and brothels, is celebrated at a major monographic exhibition hosted within the spaces of Palazzo Reale and tracing his stylistic evolution, from painting to graphics and his passion for photography.

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