Little Italy in Concert

Little Italy in Concert

Roberto Galanto and Dario di Mango will give you a lovely evening of comedy and music artistically mixing all languages (Italian, English, Dutch) and styles.

The show will be opened in Italian by Dario. After his act in English, Roberto will take the stage for a performance of Italian songs, both traditional and original, in a versatile mixed style of singer songwriter, jazz, opera notes.

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The artists

Roberto Galanto

Roberto Galanto, is a versatile professional singer and guitarist and an artistic anomaly. He is a songwriter, composer, guitarist, jazz crooner and a former opera singer.

His “world music” influenced by the great Italian artists such as Paolo Conte, Francesco De Gregori, Lucio Dalla, Pino Daniele, Vinicio Capossela and Sergio Cammariere, can be considered as the expression of his “augmented reality” which, however artificial it becomes necessary to save oneself. He won the Bellaballa radio Festival Prize (2010), Controcorrente Music (2011), Musica è (2010) and F.I.O.F.A. (2010). His first video “Come” was selected for the international competition: I Seen Films (a festival created by Rutger Hauer) ranked in the top 20.In 2017 his first cd “Senza troppo rumore” was released and recently his second cd, called “Welcome”.

Dario di Mango

Dario Di Mango is an Italian/Dutch comedian mostly known for his absence from TV, Radio and other media. Razorsharp and merciless he deals with his own foibles, his absurd life and current affairs. He has toured with the celebrated Da Bounce Comedy show alongside internationally renowned co-medians. He was semi-finalist of the Rotterdam Comedy Festival twice and semi-finalist of the Leeuwarden Cabaret Festival. He hosts a comedy talkshow on Salto TV named ‘die Mango show’.


The Comedy’s venue is the monumental building Badhuis/Bathhouse.

The Badhuis was built in 1903 to a design by the architect S. Roog. This second public bath in Haarlem served as a bathhouse for the citizens of the Leidsebuurt, a working-class neighborhood that developed from 1876 on the western edge of Haarlem. It served until 1979. The Badhuis will now be turned over in a cozy comedy spot.