Filippo Spreafico (Comedy Central Italy, Rai2) was born suddenly in Lecco to two people who immediately decided to be his parents (Channel 4, Men's Health). As a very young man, he reached London (BBC, CNN, NHS), where he earned a high school diploma after a long fight. Shortly afterwards, he enrolled in the Faculty of Stereoscopy at the University (UCL, LSE, SOAS), where he met Ivano Zamoranesi, a woman who would become his main artistic muse. Filippo quickly began to perform both in iambic prose and unplugged, eventually attracting so much attention that he offered himself television contracts in Berlin and room sublets in Rome, where one night he cried in front of Piazza Di Spagna and finally became what he had always been: a magical night.
Filippo Spreafico presents his show Italian Rhapsody completely restored for the Jubilee. Based on a reel, the show deals with the theme of modern identity, how to serve it and what wines to pair with it. The show consists of three overlapping parts, closely respecting social distancing and the current idea of normality. No fried frogs will be served during the performance.