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Santiago's Entertainment Guide

For children

06/09/2018
18:00 | Parque de San Domingos de Bonaval
Rodarirrodari (Contos do tranvía) is a show of storytelling, puppets and live musical accompaniment in which, by means of the traditional stories of Gianni Rodari and with the tramway of Marín as the means of transport of the show, we will start from the domestication of an...
20/10/2018
18:30 | Centro Sociocultural do Castiñeiriño
Gale guide children on a journey through her history, right up to the present moment, showing them finally her current situation and how they can help her preserve the extraordinary treasure she protects and cherishes: words, expressions, sayings and a unique way of being and discovering the...
24/10/2018
Centro Sociocultural O Ensanche
Spectacle specially recommended to develop creativity and communication with the objects that surround us. Minia is a girl who waits for her parents to finish working in the office. Minia decides to make the most of her time by playing with cardboard boxes that pile up in space and that...
27/10/2018 - 28/10/2018
Sede SGAE/Fundación Autor
Lúa is a small, somewhat shy and frightening kitten. She lives with her grandmother in a humble house. Outside they have a beautiful garden in which Lúa spends hours playing alone. She has no siblings and her grandmother lets her go outside, but Lúa dreams of travelling,...
22/12/2018 - 29/12/2018
Sede SGAE/Fundación Autor
This Christmas, the SGAE Foundation has reserved a cycle of puppets for children and their families.

Festival

13/10/2018 - 21/10/2018
More than 20 companies from all over the state come together in a new edition of the Galicreques puppet festival, with an extensive programme for all audiences.

Exhibitions

01/10/2018 - 30/10/2018
Biblioteca Pública Ánxel Casal
Next to the XXIII edition of the International Festival Galicreques 2018 in Santiago de Compostela, the library gives the space to Títeres Cachirulo to present an exhibition that includes pieces from countries such as Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Brazil and Spain. They make a journey through...