Main events on the socio-cultural and sports circuits.
¡Oh Cuba! A lorcan, flamenco and Cuban show that pays tribute to the short but unforgettable visit to Havana of murdered Granada poet and playwright Federico Garcia Lorca after his much-publicized stay in New York (1929-1930). “Cuba is paradise,” he wrote to his mother. “If I get lost, look for me in Cuba or Andalusia.”
The Emerald Isle is calling!
You cannot call yourself a true connoisseur of Madrid's lifestyle if you haven't been introduced to the charming market that takes place at Museo Ferrocaril close to Paseo de Delicias. It is an old train station that gets transformed into a vibrant market every second weekend of the month. It's the Mercado de Motores
At The Madrid Fudion 2018, chefs from across the seven seas, product producers, photographers, journalists, wine makers, and the Royal Family gathered at the Palacio de Los Congresos to rub shoulders with the greatest culinary artists and dessert designers
Conchita Burman on 17 February 1987: "During the last ten years, Carnival festivities banned under the Franco regime have been revived in Spain. Now it is greatly and widely celebrated; almost every city, town or village celebrates Carnival"
“Litrato: Una Mirada al Alma de los Filipinos en España” (Litrato: A Glimpse of the Filipino Soul in Spain) seeks to provide the Spanish people an opportunity to recognize and appreciate the artistic talents of Filipinos in Spain who are better known and admired for their dedication and excellence at work.
This February the American Club has an important "Need to Know" opportunity in addition to its regular Happy Hour and Leads group. Please join one or all!
Chinese New Year celebrations are becoming quite popular in Madrid where the Chinese are making their presence felt at a virtiginous speed. In point of fact, one sixth of the world celebrate the Chinese New Year and is fast becoming a global festival.
ALEX THE LION, KING OF THE URBAN JUNGLE, AND HIS FRIENDS JOURNEY TO THE MADCAP WORLD OF KING JULIEN’S MADAGASCAR. JOIN THEM IN MADRID! »
Madagascar, A Musical Adventure is based on the smash DreamWorks animated motion picture of the same title. There's adventures galore for the outlandish characters. And upbeat score too. The audiences will be left with no choice but to “Move It, Move It!”