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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1

Mama Noelia

DATE: November 1

PLACE: Leal Theater

TIME: 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.

The actress Antonia San Juan brings us Mama Noelia, a show that reminds us of the role of women in society. San Juan puts himself in the shoes of the spine of the Noel family to bring us closer to a wife, mother and businesswoman who is tired of her efforts not being recognized and that she must face an endless list of tasks. In the company of Yeyo Bayeyo and Santi Almeida, this work with a critical and feminist spirit arrives at the Leal.

Elf

DATE: December 1 and 2

PLACE: Leal Theater

TIME: 12:00 hours

The Habemus Teatro Theater company will represent Elf, a Christmas musical full of excitement that the whole family will enjoy. The adventure begins with a protagonist who ends up at the North Pole and is adopted and educated as if he were just another elf. When he decides to go in search of his true family, he arrives in a city that has stopped believing in the magic of Christmas and takes on the challenge of saving these magical dates.

Recital by the Poetas en Rebeldía collective

DATE: December 1

PLACE: Javier Fernández Quesada park kiosk

TIME: 7:00 p.m.

The Tenerife public has a new appointment at the headquarters of the La Poeteca de Canarias project, the Kiosk in the Javier Fernández Quesada park. Starting at 7:00 p.m. you can enjoy the poems of Alberto Díez (author), Loli Figueroa (author), Oscar Negrín (author), Esther Medina (author), Javier Mérida (author), Manuel Pérez (author and coordinator of the collective), Roberto Rodríguez (author) and Ramiro Rosón (coordinator of La Poeteca de Canarias).

ART45YMORE

DATE: from December 1 to January 4

PLACE: Convent of Santo Domingo

TIME: Monday and Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturdays from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

AMULL presents the II ARTE45YMÁS EXHIBITION curated by gallerist Vicky Pérez of the Marvick Gallery. The objective of the initiative is to stimulate, through art, the bond between society and adults over 45 years of age with an artistic vocation. On this occasion, they have Loli Íñiguez as a guest artist, who accompanies 31 artists (21 women and 10 men), aged between 45 and 82 years, who present a total of 70 works of different forms of artistic expression.

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2

What a culture!

DATE: December 2

PLACE: Plaza San Luis Gonzaga

TIME: 5:00 p.m.

The initiative What a culture! once again fills the streets of the municipality with games, theater and workshops with a new special edition for Christmas. Its program is designed with the objective of transferring children’s cultural activities to all the neighborhoods of La Laguna.

 

 


 

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3

Sounds of a mine – Canary Islands Fado Festival

DATE: December 3

PLACE: Leal Theater

TIME: 12:30 hours

Sounds of a mine is a dramatized recital by the fado and flamenco singer José Félix. This proposal framed in the Canary Islands Fado Festival proposes a descent into the dark caves of the heart to find the precious material of love.

 

 


 

15th Cold Concert

DATE: December 3

PLACE: Torre de La Concepción

TIME: 8:00 p.m.

The group Los Cantadores celebrates 15 years of experience with ‘The rhythms of the jungle’ from their Concerto del Frío. A new show for the whole family that will liven up Sunday evening and make the audience vibrate.

TUESDAY 5, WEDNESDAY 6 and THURSDAY DECEMBER 7

The Soul of Gospel Canary Islands Gospel Festival

DATE: from December 5 to December 7

PLACE: Leal Theater

TIME: 8:00 p.m.

The Canary Islands Gospel festival once again features the Stellar Awards nominated singer Joshua Nelson. With his new production The Soul of Gospel, promises to move and entertain both the Canarian public and visitors. Her repertoire for the events at the Teatro Leal in La Laguna will include several songs by the artist Mahalia Jackson, whom she regularly pays tribute to at her concerts, as well as other great hits from more traditional gospel.

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