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Romeo and Juliet Teatro Cervantes, Malaga.
Romeo and Juliet Teatro Cervantes, Malaga.

Concerts, theatre and workshops around the province

  • The third wave of the virus has tightened restrictions in many areas but there are still cultural events that can be attended albeit with reduced forums and with strict regulations in force

Live Music and Concerts

Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts

Malaga.Auditorio del Museo Picasso de Málaga.

2 February, 8pm Harmoniemusik Málaga.

9 March, 8pm Cuarteto para el fin de los tiempos.

.6 April, 8pm La Spagna.

11 May, 8pm Quinteto OFM.

1 June, 8pm Trío Círculo.

Tickets: www.museopicassomalaga.org

www.orquestafilarmonicademalaga.com Tickets: https://www.unientradas.es/

Siempre Mozart

Online. 23 January, 7pm. 15€.

Online talk (in Spanish) and recital to celebrate the child prodigy’s 265th anniversary. Information:654013232. Reservations: reservas@musicaconencanto.org

Country and Western

Mijas. 30 January, 1.30pm. 35€. La Sierra Restaurant, Cerrado del Águila Golf and Resort.

The Cowboys and Kisses show id packed with classic country and western music accompanied by ‘cowgirl’ dancers. It is presented by Johnnie G and Melissa Carver and will feature songs by legends such as Johnny Cash, Dolly Parton, Glen Campbell and Shania Twain.

Burns Night

Janey Godley, Burns Night.

Janey Godley, Burns Night.

Online. 25 January, 8pm (Spanish time).

Scots comic Janey Godley hosts the Big Burns Supper 2021 free digital show with musicians, comedians, actors, aerialists and historians from across the world. KT Tunstall, Donovan, Tide Lines, Dougie Maclean, Robert Softly Gale and Amy Conachan are confirmed for exclusive performances and unique reflections on Burns’ work. Watch via Facebook or Youtube. www.bigburnssupper.com

Dúo Humaina

Almuñécar. 24 January, 7pm. Casa de la Cultura de Almuñécar.

The concert with clarinetist Luna Orts and pianist David García will feature works by composers G. Finzi, A. Messager, F.Chopin, B. Pérez Casas, M. Mangini and J.Horovitz.

Queen and Bee Gees tributes

Mijas Costa. 30 January, 9pm. Teatro Las Lagunas, Camino del Albero. 15€.

A tribute to two great legends, Queen and the Bee Gees. Ticket office open two hours before the show. Info: teatrolaslagunas@gmail.com

Flamenco

Paseos Flamenco

Malaga. 24 January, El Palo, 31 January Plaza de la Merced. 10 -11.15am.

For groups of up to six persons. Contact 687 607 526 or email: flamencamalaga@hotmail.com

Theatre and Dance

LaSal theatre

LaSal Theatre, Teatro Cánovas.

LaSal Theatre, Teatro Cánovas.

Malaga. 30, 31 January, midday. Teatro Cánovas. 8€.

Aimed at a young audience, the LaSal Teatro company present a contemporary dance performance based on the theme of the home and the uncertainties that surround it. Tickets:https://www.juntadeandalucia.es/cultura/teatros/teatro-canovas

Romeo and Juliet

Malaga. 29 January, 7pm. Teatro Cervantes. 24€.

The Teatro Clásico de Sevilla perform an adaptation of William Shakespeare’s classic story of Romeo and Juliet.Tickets: https://www.unientradas.es/

Malaga Theatre Festival

Malaga. Teatro Cervantes / Echergaray.

The festival is in two ‘acts’, the first runs until 4 February and the second 30 April until 31 May. For full listing of events: https://www.teatrocervantes.com/

Talks and Lectures

The Arts Society Nerja

Nerja. Online lectures.

The Arts Society Nerja season of lectures free online via zoom for members and 10€ for supporters. www.theartssocietynerja.com/

26 January, 6pm Did the Spanish Inquisition have a bad press? Exploring the art of half-truths in Renaissance Europe. Lecture by Dani Munoz.

The Arts Society Benahavís

Benahavís. Online lectures.

The lectures are broadcast online using Zoom for members and supporters. http://theartssocietybenahavis.com/

26 January.

Lecture Benahavís.

Lecture Benahavís.

How Viruses Inspire Purity in Architecture and Design by Alejandro Carazo. The so called Spanish flu of 1918-20 cost at least 20 million lives. What is less well known is that it provoked a revolution in architecture and design. Out went the superfluous decoration and furniture that were hotspots for dirt and disease. In came a new emphasis on pure lines, natural light and air. In 1925 Gerrit Rietveld designed the Schroder House with an innovative window system that eliminated the barrier between the inside and outside. He was followed by other pioneers such as Miles Van der Rohe, le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright. The talk will highlight their iconic designs and demonstrate why they have a relevance for today.

23 February. Oscar Wilde – Up close by Giles Ramsay. “I put all my genius into my life; I put only my talent into my works.” I examine the public and private life of one of the world’s most original and controversial artists. Born into a moderately respectable Dublin family Oscar Wilde recreated himself as an international celebrity and wrote a series of short stories and plays that charmed the world. In 1890 he also published the last of the great myths – The Picture of Dorian Gray. Ten years later Wilde, devoured by his fame, his demons and his decadence, would be dead.

Visitors can register for 10€ at graciesvilla@gmail.com

Charity events

ARCH

Alhaurín de la Torre Open every Sunday 9am - 2pm.

The ARCH team at the Rescue Centre for Horses and Donkeys have resumed their popular Sunday open mornings. Visitors can come and meet the volunteers and the current residents. More information on Facebook: Centro Andalusi de Rescate de Caballos or https://www.horserescuespain.org/

More ideas

Lux Mundi coffee mornings

Torre del Mar. Fridays, 11am - 1pm. Lux Mundi Ecumenical Centre, Avda Moscatel.

Coffee mornings with coffee, tea or fruit juice with a piece of cake. A boutique with a range of new and nearly new clothing and accessories and also a wide stock of second hand English books. Donations of clothing etc welcomed.

Craft Group. Mondays, 10am-1pm in the centre. The craft group will be making cards in various styles including Iris paper folding, decoupage and other projects. 5€.

Health workshops

Mijas. Sala de Danza Teatro Las Lagunas. Free.

Courses to learn how your diaphragm works and to improve the quality of movement in your shoulders, neck, pelvis, spine.... Register by email: cultura@mijas.es or call: 952590380. Free but each participant should donate 3kg of non-perishable food stuffs to the food bank at the star of the course.

Relax your body and mind. 30 January, 10am-1pm. Flexibility, mobility, relaxation myofascial self-release and guided relaxation workshop. Relieves pain. Increases mobility and flexibility. Eliminates restrictions. Reduces muscle tension. Increases relaxation.

Body awareness and breathing course. 31 January, 10am-1pm. First part will be about becoming conscious of how you breath. The second part will be awareness of your body and how to improve movement with gentle exercise.

Film workshops

Mijas. Casa Museo de Mijas. Free.

Learn how to make low budget films. Register by email: cultura@mijas.es or call: 952590380. Free but each participant should donate 3kg of non-perishable food stuffs to the food bank at the star of the course.

Introduction to making a video using a chroma key. 6 February 9am-2pm.

Writing a screen play and recording a video using a mobile phone. 13, 14 January, 9am-2pm.

Introduction to a reflex camera for filming a video. 20, 21 January, 9am-2pm

Diver Arte for children

Torremolinos. Until 8 May 2021, 12-1.30pm. Centro Cultural Pablo Ruiz Picasso.

Art workshops dedicated to the History of Art for children. Painting and creativity workshops and exhibitions of works. Registration at the centre or call: 952053835.