A new theatre is being built in Los Gallardos. Costing €180,000 the works are being underwritten by the townhall, and it’s the building work next to the entrance to Huerta Nueva. The photo would have been clearer, but a young gentleman of unmarried parents in a van behind me was disconcerted by the fact that I’d stopped at a Stop sign, and leant on his horn to encourage me to shift my ass out of Continue reading Los Gallardos building a new theatre
The younger sister of King Juan Carlos, Doña Margarita, has been outed as a secret theatre goer who regularly sits in the regular seats at local theatres with her friends, before going on for girly nights of “chocolate y churros” in the centre of Madrid. Featured above in the regular seats at Madrid’s Fuente Victoria theatre back in November, her secret was discovered after an assistant spotted her and informed the manager. Flustered, and convinced Continue reading Kings sister “outed” as secret theatre goer
The new theatre of Vera – a building that has been undergoing construction for the last 8 years, and which to date has cost 3,3 million euros- still can’t be opened, as it has now been discovered that if you sit in the centre front seats, you can’t see the stage. Other problems – no loading bay for getting scene sets in or out, it doesn’t comply with fire regulations and the stage is still Continue reading Vera’s new theatre can’t open – you can’t see the stage from the seats!
dj: Press release follows: INDEPENDENT THEATRE PRESENTS: Independent Theatre are putting on a comedy production of ‘Nil by Mouth’ at Teatro Saavedra in Cantoria theatre this coming weekend. (Fri 1st and Sat 2nd July ) and also on the following weekend at Museo Pedro Gilabert in Arboleas (Fri 8th and Sat 9th July) . Tickets are 7.50 euros each and can be purchased from Bar Cantaria in Cantoria, Girosol health food shop and Almanzora’s Group Continue reading Independent theatre presents in Cantoria & Arboleas
Just returned from a pleasent trip to Granada, where we went to see Rafael Alvarez, aka “El Brujo”. A surprisingly enjoyable 90 minute monologue about a dead flamenco dancer I’ve never heard of and is quite possibly made up (Miguel Pantalones), but enjoyable none the less. And, of course, the usual delights of Granada. When I’m run out of the Levante by irate locals I shall move to Granada city centre. But only in the Continue reading A night at the theatre
Just received a circular informing me that Mamma Mia! the musical will be ongoing in Roquetas del Mar on the 12, 13, 14 and 15th of September as part of their tour around Spain. www.mammamia.es €35-€55 a ticket.