Madrid cultural guide: exhibitions, festivals and musicals
What to do this week in Madrid? The capital is full of cultural activities but very often we do not know when they start or where they take place. For this reason, at COOL we want you to be up to date with everything that is happening in the city and then we will detail the Madrid cultural guide. Exhibitions, festivals and musicals you can enjoy this week.
International Jazz Festival
The Madrid International Jazz Festival runs until November 30. Concerts, conferences, debates and exhibitions will fill the capital thanks to this new edition. The FernÃ¡n GÃ³mez Theater, Centro Centro or Conde Duque are some of the stages where you can enjoy it.
Madrid Girls Gallery
Since the beginning of the month, Madrid residents can enjoy the Meninas de VelÃ¡zquez through the streets of the city. An initiative which is celebrated for the fourth consecutive year and which includes original meninas of 1.80 meters high.
Steve McCurry retrospective: ICNES
Our Madrid cultural guide couldn’t miss one of the most comprehensive retrospectives of famous American photographer Steve McCurry. The Official College of Architects of Madrid hosts this exhibition of more than 100 photographs, including the young Afghan girl Sharbat Gula, pictured in 1984.
Parthenope at the Royal Theater
Four suitors for a woman – one of whom in turn is a transvestite woman – constitute the starting point of one of the most singular operas among those composed by Handel. With Parthenopus, the Saxon composer repeating a dramatic register. You can enjoy the play this Tuesday 23.
Nature on. Explorium
The Royal Botanical Garden opens its doors to you to immerse yourself in a maritime expedition through the ocean, its flora and fauna. An experience that invites you to discover nature and to immortalize every moment with photographs.
Musical “The Lion King”
The biggest musical production ever presented in Spain celebrates its anniversary. The musical ‘The Lion King’ celebrates its 10th anniversary, in which more than 100 million people around the world have enjoyed its performance. If you haven’t seen it yet, the Lope de Vega Theater is waiting for you.
If what you want is a party, we also include that in our Madrid cultural guide. In true Las Vegas and Broadway style, WAH Madrid, the musical and gastronomic show we have already told you about, offers an immersive and interactive experience at Ifema. Show, dinner, fun and an epic end to the party come together in this show everyone is talking about.
Italian painting at Thyssen
One of the exhibitions that can already be seen at the Thyssen is the one devoted to Italian painting from the 14th to the 18th century. 10 paintings by artists such as Taddeo Gaddi, Fra Angelico, Giambattista Piazzetta or Giacomo Ceruti, which are presented in the rooms of the permanent collection.
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