Category Archives: Serata Culturale

Serata Culturale, September 2020


The year 2020 will certainly be remembered for the explosion of the pandemia from COVID-19.

It has made a very high number of people to become critically ill, has caused thousands of deaths and has upset our habits, studies, work, travel and much more.

At the same time, the pandemia has placed numerous difficulties on the network functionality of the Italian diplomat-consular abroad, which normally insures the provision of consular services essential to millions of Italian citizens in every part of the world and has the task of promoting Made in Italy at 360 degrees.

Our special guest, Consul Nicolò Costantini, will elaborate on how the activities of the Consulate of Italy in Perth, during these uncertain times of increased restrictions, have been addressed and what are the prospects for the future of cultural promotion.

Due to Social Distancing restrictions and also for catering purposes please ensure that you book your place for this event as soon as possible here.

“Serata Culturale” Feb. 2020: Carnevale


In Italy February is the month of festivities celebrating Carnevale. This tradition has its origins in Roman time and is part of the Roman Catholic liturgical calendar.

We will have a look at the history of Carnevale, the various traditions and how Italians from different regions celebrate this even.

If you have anything that forms part of the Italian Carnevale festival like a Venetian mask, please bring it along for everyone to see. There will also be a Migliaccio napoletano to share as well!

The event is free.

“Serata Culturale” May 2019

Dante Alighieri Society of WA in collaboration with Stelle Nascenti, Italo-Australian Theatre Group Inc. is proud to present a short theater performance:

Eduardo De Filippo, l’uomo e la maschera

The show is made of several comedy scenes played by the young actors from “Stelle Nascenti”, and a brilliant single act of Eduardo De Filippo “Pericolosamente” interpreted by Rino Pellone, Maria Conte and Sammy Pizzata.

Directed by Rino Pellone