The XI Festival de Teatro Grecolatino in Almuñécar will be held in front of the best possible backdrop – the Roman Aqueduct near Carbonnel’s.
This open-air, theatre festival featuring classical plays of Roman and Greek origin is one of the luxuries within the cultural activities of Almunécar – something to enjoy in the cooler September evenings.
Beginning on the 3rd and running through to the 7th, the festival will comprise of five different plays – one each evening at 22.00h.
3rd: Medea en Camariñas by Andrés Pociñas and performed by Aristai Teatro.
4th: La Tumba de de Antígona performed by Compañía María Zambrano.
5th: Bacanal performed by La Líquida Teatro.
6th: Las aves de Aristófanes performed by Velador
7th: Tito Andrónico, by William Shakespeare, performed by Teatro Noctámbulo.
Tickets are already on sale at 30 euros for all five plays. Those interested can also pay for each play individually at a price of ten euros. Tickets can be obtained online at www.bravoentradas.com or in the Majuelo Botanical Park during the mornings
You can obtain more information on: 958 616 027.
But it’s not just top-notch plays, because on the 2nd there will also be a classical concert at 22.00h: Violin Concert (Tchaikowsky) performed by the violinist, Emilia Ferriz. The second work will be Symphony No. 9 (Dvořák), more popularly known as the New World Symphony.
This will be the first of ten concerts performed by the Joven Orquesta Mediterránea and its Chamber Orchestra during the 2019/2020 season, most of which will be in the Casa de la Cultura.
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