Well, the nights might be getting longer, but that’s no reason to hibernate completely! If you enjoy the challenge of theatre in Spanish, there’s an interesting programme in store, which seems to have a political slant this month (highly topical!).
The first performance takes a farcical look at current circumstances and the impact on society in terms of unpaid mortgages, adults living at home with their parents and split marriages.
Sound a bit depressing? Well it promises to make you feel better, so why not challenge yourself? With tickets at €5, the performance of Mejor … es possible will take place on Saturday 9th November from 9pm.
If you prefer real drama, Ay Carmela! is set to play the following Saturday 16th November, again in the town’s Auditorium, José Martín Recuerda from 9pm. Set in the Spanish Civil War, there are plenty of parallels made to what’s happening in today’s world, particularly on our back door, here in Spain!
If you enjoy detective stories, perhaps Melocotón en Almíbar is more your style, currently doing the rounds of Andalusia and proving very popular in theatre circles. Taking place on Saturday 30th November at 9pm, the play traces the steps of a group of bank robbers who ultimately are uncovered by a nun!
Anyone aware that November 22nd is the day of Saint Cecilia, patron Saint of music? Well, set to commemorate this event, there will be plenty of singing in the streets, literally, as minstrels pass through the town, serenading.
Starting from the Plaza del Museo, working their way through to the Municipal Market, these singers will happily perform to all and sundry.
If anyone would like to surprise a loved one with a special dedication, why not get in contact with the organisers on 633171962? The fun begins from 6pm, so head out and share the atmosphere!
(News/Events: Salobrena, Costa Tropical, Granada, Andalucia)