Guide day by dayFind what you are looking for
print

Santiago's Entertainment Guide

from 14 October, 2021

Dance

20/10/2021
20:00 | Auditorio Abanca
19/11/2021
20:30 | Auditorio de Galicia
A piece with a strong sense of physicality at the service of a multidisciplinary dramaturgy, which weaves from maximum fiction towards essences of the human condition; to present an exercise of retro-projection towards our future as characters, performers and people.

Theatre

22/10/2021 - 24/10/2021
20:30 | Auditorio de Galicia
In the words of the director and playwright of the show, Xesús Ron, "NEVERMORE can refer to both talking crows and screaming peoples, but the intention is the same: to make memory. The idea is to continue using documentary procedures to create fictions from our collective memory. In this...

Gastronomy

04/11/2021 - 18/11/2021
Santiago has a wide and diverse gastronomic offer based on the best Galician products and combining traditional and nouvelle cuisine. Santiago (é)Tapas, the city's tapas competition, is the perfect opportunity to discover the quality of the city's gastronomy, as it allows you to...

Shows

26/11/2021
20:30 | Teatro Principal
We see five men on stage. They are normal, they are on stage. Each one different and all the same. They look after each other, they push each other and celebrate together. They are throwing knives at their own shadows, looking at themselves, moving the spotlights to illuminate different spaces,...

Festival

22/10/2021 - 24/10/2021
Museo do Pobo Galego

Sport

16/10/2021
18:00 | Multiusos Fontes do Sar
The Multiusos Fontes do Sar hosts a new Endesa League 20-21 game.

Congresses and meetings

Meetings

02/11/2021 - 06/11/2021
Facultad de Ciencias de la Comunicación

Exhibitions

15/10/2021 - 22/01/2022
Colexio de Fonseca
22/10/2021 - 23/01/2022
CGAC (Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea)
The exhibition Towards a Biology of the Image presents two series from Clara Carvajal: Dioses de la frontera (Gods of the Frontier) and Argucia (Sophistry).
29/10/2021 - 20/02/2022
CGAC (Centro Galego de Arte Contemporánea)
In the nineteen-sixties, Hamish Fulton (London, 1946) became known as one of a group of British artists exploring new ways of understanding sculpture in the context of the dematerialisation of the artistic object. In particular, Fulton's practice was characterised by his desire to forge an...

Content not available in English. Sorry for the inconvenience