Teatro Cervantes - Cronologia de las Bestias


A family devastated by their son’s disappearance more than ten years ago has to come to terms with its own “dark past” on learning that he will soon return. An unexpected reencounter in which they have to defend themselves to the ultimate consequences and in which they will discover that lying requires commitment.  
Cronología de las bestias” stemmed from the need to study how much human beings can lie, and lie to themselves. Persons who lie, or lie to themselves, and thus build a world, their world in which they no longer know what the truth is. This is the reason for this black comedy of suspense.”  Lautaro Perotti



29th and 30th September 


Teatro Cervantes

Calle Ramos Marín, s/n 

29012 Málaga



Tickets: From 10 € to 45€


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Marbella Art


Art Marbella is the first major modern & contemporary art fair in the Costa del Sol, Spain. An event that allows collectors, artists, curators and art lovers to appreciate, enjoy, educate themselves, and acquire art works of exceptional quality.

Marbella, the hot spot of the European Summer, becomes a meeting point for the contemporary art world, and a crossroads, -aesthetically and conceptually-, between Europe and the Middle East.

The curatorial team and host committee are focused on making Art/Marbella a premiere stop in the international cultural calendar. 


Between the 21st and the 25h of July2018. From 6pm to 10.30 pm.



Avda. José Meliá, 2, 29600 Marbella, Málaga, Spain



Access to the fair from 6 to 10.00 pm.
Children under 5 years old free

Reduced price admittance for students, retirees and groups of 8+ people.
Please present your Student Id or retiree card. Applies to visitors 5-18 years old.

Admittance for 4 adults.
Access to the fair from 6 pm to 10.00 pm. 


If you whish you can buy your tickets in this link: http://marbellafair.com/tickets/



III Ronda Guitar Festival


The Ronda International Guitar Festival is an annual week-long festival dedicated to music and the Spanish Guitar. The Spanish guitar is a beautiful instrument born and developed in Spain. It is a world ambassador of Spanish music. We are delighted to celebrate in Ronda, the treasure and legacy that is the Spanish guitar; a great promoter of Spanish culture!

During the festival, there will be two concerts each evening (a total of ten concerts). The performing artists for the 2018 edition have been invited from Spain, Italy, Holland, USA, Croatia, Bulgaria, Germany and France. The festival strives to highlight the versatility and diversity of styles that the guitar embraces: classical, romantic, flamenco, jazz and contemporary. Appealing and attractive to the musical tastes of a wide audience.

There is also a daytime program with an exhibition of artisan guitar makers, mini midday concerts and afternoon conferences with a variety of speakers who offer relevant topics to anyone interested in the guitar.



The third edition of the Ronda International Guitar Festival will take place between the 5th and the 9th of June 2018.


All the festival’s activities will be held at the Congress and Exhibition Centre “Santo Domingo” in the heart of the historical old-town of Ronda, Spain. Ronda is a unique city, romantic and fascinating. A place in which nature and culture unite to exhibit the best of both worlds. Ronda and the guitar are a delightful combination!



All Festival Pass: 60€

Each day: 15€


If you whish you can buy your tickets on the following link: https://www.rondaguitarfestival.com/home-english/ticket-sales/

Marbella Desing



Marbella Design offers a unique opportunity to enter one of the most alluring international markets in Europe. As one of the most exclusive beach resorts on the Costa del Sol, Marbella has a large international community composing business men, wealthy Europeans, Middle Easterns and Russians to name a few. Marbella is one of the favourite destinations of the wealthy and this has resulted in the growing of the luxury housing market.

Even though this is Marbella Design’s first edition, the organising team has an extensive and international track record of organising art fairs all over the world (Miami, London, New York).

MARBELLA DESIGN will gather a selection of international galleries, special projects and a programme of talks that will showcase the latest trends in design.

The fair is organised by the team behind ART MARBELLA, led by Alejandro Zaia, who said “following the resounding success of the fair in its first two editions we are increasing our commitment to turn Marbella and the Costa del Sol into a point of reference for art and design, launching MARBELLA DESIGN”.


This international event will be held from 5 April to 9.


 Palacio de Ferias, Congresos y Exposiciones  of Marbella. 




All day access to the fair. Fair closes from 2 pm to 4 pm. Children under 5 years old FREE.

SMALL GROUP (4 people) : 50€
Admittance for 4 adults. All day access to the fair. Fair closes between 2 pm and 4 pm..

Reduced price admittance for students, retirees and groups of 8+ people. Please present your Student Id or retiree card. Applies to visitors 5-18 years old.


If you whish you can buy your tickets in this link: http://www.marbelladesignfair.com/tickets/

Marbella theater - La Comedia de las Mentiras


Athens. Two brothers, Hipolita and Leonidas, are in love. She from a young man named Tíndaro, he from a young woman called Gymnastics, who, however, is ... a flutist. But neither Tíndaro nor Gymnastics are the couples that the father of Hipólita and Leónidas, a recalcitrant miser, a merchant of wines, cloths and liras, wants for their children. Currently, he is on a business trip. And he has left in charge of the house his sister Cántara, the spinster aunt who has been waiting for Philemon for more than forty years, his youthful love, who one day went out to buy figs and did not come back.

Hipólita wants to escape with Tíndaro, but not before obtaining the dowry that her father refuses to pay. How to get it? Lying.

Leonidas wants to escape with Gymnastics because a certain Degollus, a Macedonian general, has bought it for his use and enjoyment, and intends to take it away. How to get it? Lying.

Calidoro, slave for everything, who has cared for and watched the two brothers grow up, who, as he says "he has only needed to give them his tit", is forced to help them. How? Lying.

Meanwhile, Cántara, after so many years of abstinence, throws herself into the world and falls in love with a young man named Titinio, who is not really called Titinio, because Titinio lies.

And Degollus appears, who also does not turn out to be who he says he is, because, of course, he also lies.

And to all these lies, let's add many pirates, and an old man called Posthumous, and Tiberia, always snobby and rabid, and a mysterious mother, who does not know very well what became of her, and a few squid, and pears, many pears , and the wonderful verses of Sappho, and still more lies. Lies, all of them fabricated so that blood does not reach the river and love triumphs. Oh, and so that Calidoro, poor man, does not end up receiving the sticks as always. Although, it is already known that, being a slave, it will not be easy.


26th January 


Teatro Ciudad de Marbella

Plaza Ramón Martínez 3

29603 Marbella, Málaga



Tickets: 20 EUROS


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El Barrio, Las Costuras del Alma - Concerts


EL BARRIO, returns to the stage to present his new album, Las Costuras el Alma, his twelfth studio album. On this occasion EL BARRIO gotten into the skin of an old tailor of hearts to tell us new stories through their songs.

Being the national and international artist who has most times filled the WiZink Center in Madrid (a total of 17), with over 400,000 tickets sold on his Hijo de Levante tour in 2015, and having celebrated his two decades in music with 16 unforgettable concerts with his Tour 20 in 2016, in 2018 EL BARRIO embarks on a new tour with a unique production, which promises to become once again one of the best live shows of the year.



26/01 Granada - Palacio Municipal de los Deportes

27/01 Málaga - Palacio de Deportes Martín Carpena

28/01 Málaga - Palacio de Deportes Martín Carpena

02/02 Jerez de la Frontera - Pabellón Municipal del Deportes

03/02 Jerez de la Frontera - Pabellón Municipal del Deportes

02/03 Valladolid -  Polideportivo Pisuerga

12/05 Santander - Palacio de Deportes Santander

19/05 Alicante - Plaza de Toros de Alicante

22/06 Cordoba - Plaza de Toros Los Califas






35 Theater Festival - Malaga


As is tradition, the year opens with the Festival de Teatro de Málaga, which, in this year that enters 2018, is its 35th edition. An edition that focuses on the Malaga scene, since 40% of the works presented are local, as well like 7 of the 8 premieres that are given in the festival.

The 35th Malaga Theater Festival 2018 brings a total of 74 performances and 42 montages between January 7 and February 11, 2018.

The Malaga Theater Festival brings interpreters such as Rocío Molina, Aitana Sánchez-Gijón, Juan Echanove and Pepón Nieto to the capital, and companies such as La Fura dels Baus, Lavievel, Yllana and the National Drama Center, among others.


From January 7, 2017 to February 11, 2018


Teatro Cervantes

Calle Ramos Marín, S/N, 29012 Málaga


Teatro Echegaray

Calle Echegaray, 6, 29015 Málaga








The price of the entrance to the theater varies depending on the show.





902 360 295 — 952 076 262
From Monday to Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m.


At the box office, from Monday to Friday (working), from 15.00 to 21.30 h.
Saturdays (working days), from 4 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. or until the beginning of the show.
Sundays and holidays (if there is a function), from one hour before the start of the show.


At the box office, from Monday to Friday (working days), from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and from 6:00 pm to 9:30 pm.
Saturdays (working days), from 4 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. or until the beginning of the show.
Sundays and holidays (if there is a function), from one hour before the start of the show.



Surrealism Picasso Museum - Malaga


We are Completely Free. Women Artists and Surrealism

We are Copletely Free. Women Artists and Surrealism presents the work of a group of women artists who, from the 1920s onwards, became involved to a greater or lesser degree in Surrealism, a movement historically associated with men. Museo Picasso Málaga has brought together for the occasion works by eighteen spirited and rebellious female artists who were, in several cases, overshadowed by their male partners. The exhibition aims to give back the focus they deserve to a group of women artists whose work stood out on the Surrealist landscape and some of whom have perhaps had to wait too long to gain major international recognition: Eileen Agar, Claude Cahun, Leonora Carrington, Germaine Dulac, Leonor Fini, Valentine Hugo, Frida Kahlo, Dora Maar, Maruja Mallo, Lee Miller, Nadja, Meret Oppenheim, Kay Sage, Ángeles Santos, Dorothea Tanning Toyen, Remedios Varo and Unica Zürn.

The exhibition curator, José Jiménez, professor of aesthetics and art theory at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, tells us that the choice of artists “is not a separatist option, but rather a recovery task” and also that “it is not a closed list; it is open to new considerations and inclusions. The selection is aimed at giving consistency to the construction of the exhibition narrative, with the focus on the artistic quality of the works and on the fact that these women exercised active independence as creative, thinking beings, in a quest for complete freedom”. Their individuality and personality is conveyed in the more than 124 works brought together for the show, which include paintings, drawings, sculptures, collages, photographs and films.


From October 10, 2017 to January 28, 2018

Every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.



Palacio de Buenavista C/ San Agustín, 8
29015 Málaga, España


Juna Gris Thysen Museum - Malaga


Juan Gris is hailed as one of the foremost figures of the Cubist movement. His importance lay both in his works, chiefly portraits and still-life scenes, and in his theoretical contribution. He studied at the Escuela de Artes y Oficios in Madrid and at the studio of the painter José Moreno Carbonero, and also contributed to various periodicals such as Blanco y Negro and Madrid Cómico. In 1906 he went to live in France, where he was to spend the rest of his life, and took up residence in the Bateau-Lavoir in Paris. There he met Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque and the writers Guillaume Apollinaire, André Salmon and Max Jacob. During this period he earned his living doing drawings for magazines such as L’Assiette au Beurre and Le Cri de Paris and decided to adopt the pseudonym Juan Gris instead of his real name. 

Gris exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants of 1912, by which time his work was fully Cubist and tinged with the intellectual reflection that would mark his entire oeuvre. That year he also took part in the exhibition of the Section d’Or and began to make a name for himself, as prominent people from the art world started to acquire his works. Shortly afterwards he signed a contract with the dealer Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, with whom he developed a close friendship. 

During the summer of 1913 Gris spent some time in Céret, where Picasso was also staying. In the village of the French Pyrenees he began to develop the papier collé technique, continuing the groundwork laid by Picasso and Braque earlier in the year. Throughout the First World War Gris worked in Paris, where his first oneman show was held at the Galerie L’Effort Moderne in 1919. In 1922, by which time his health had badly deteriorated, he settled in Boulogne-sur-Seine, where he lived until his early death in 1927. 

From 1922 to 1924 Gris designed the stage sets for two of Serge Diaghilev’s ballets, Les Tentations de la bergère and La Colombe. In parallel with these activities, he continued to paint and write theoretical essays such as Notes sur ma peinture (1923) and Des possibilités de la peinture (1924).


From October 6, 2017 to February 25, 2018

Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Closed Monday (except holidays Monday)


Museo Carmen Thyssen Malaga
Plaza Carmen Thyssen
C/Compañía, 10



Permanent Collection

General: 6€

Reduced: 3,50€

Temporary Exhibition

General: 4,50€

Reduced: 2,50€


Tickets are on sale up to 30 minutes before closing time. Visitors will be asked to begin leaving the galleries 10 minutes before closing time. 

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