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Santiago's Entertainment Guide

Dance

28/11/2020
20:30 | Teatro Principal
The artist/mass, DJ/bodies, music/movement dialogue is integrated into a night or concert environment through the lighting proposal and the strong commitment to live music. The bodies that attend the DIRECTO9 concert live a group experience. As if they were athletes' bodies, they take their...
29/04/2021
19:30 | Teatro Principal
The dancer and creator Marta Alonso presents her own history in dance, through a little girl who plays and dances with her mother, her first movements with the music of the 80s and 90s, and her contact with classical ballet, ending this journey in contemporary dance, without forgetting the...

Theatre

09/07/2020 - 10/07/2020
20:30 | Teatro Principal
When Liberto was born, Ada's life stopped in its tracks. From a waiting room she will live the most decisive experience of her life. Ada will see how her life turns out from the various Copernican turns.  Liberto is a hymn to life, a theatre with live music that mixes reality and fiction...
17/09/2020
20:30 | Auditorio de Galicia
23/10/2020
20:30 | Teatro Principal
The Teatro Principal hosts the premiere in Galicia of this show based on the novel by the writer and neighbour Arantza Portabales.
24/04/2021
19:30 | Auditorio de Galicia
SOGA E CINSA, a Renaissance triptych for 11 witches in 101 minutes, deals with the Witch Hunts in Europe in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries with the aim of making visible the genocide it entailed and its perverse connection with the development of the capitalist system.

Shows

18/07/2020
20:30 | Teatro Principal
Mercedes e máis eu is the product of the collaboration between the artist Janet Novás and the composer Mercedes Peón.

Celebrations

08/03/2021 - 28/03/2021
Compostela celebrates International Women's Day with a special programme with conferences, cinema, plays and music. Check the full programme at artellandofeminismo.gal

Exhibitions

04/03/2021 - 23/04/2021
Colexio de Fonseca
The exhibition 'Dona Emilia e Compostela' will be curated by José Manuel González Herrán, professor of Spanish Literature at the USC and member of the board of the Ateneo de Santiago

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