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Ghost: The Musical

By | 20 November, 2019 | 0 comments

Ghost, el Musical

The love story that revolutionised the cinemas in 1990 arrives at Gran Vía in Madrid: Ghost: The Musical. You will be able to enjoy this wonderful story, transformed into a musical, which has been a hit in Broadway and London and continues to surprise its spectators. Starring Cristina Llorente and Roger Berruezo and directed by Federico Bellone, Read full article

Dalí, Lorca and Buñuel’s Madrid

By | 14 August, 2019 | 0 comments

El Madrid de Dalí, Lorca y Buñuel

Madrid is a culturally extraordinary city with unique exhibitions and tributes such as Lorca 2019, its activities continue to surprise its visitors and residents. At the beginning of 1920 Salvador Dalí, Federico García Lorca and Luis Buñuel, who formed part of the creative atmosphere of that time, met in Madrid. Madrid City Council has prepared a tour of the secret corners of this generation of intellectuals. Read full article

A different plan? Madrid Drive-In Cinema

By | 26 June, 2019 | 0 comments

Autocine Madrid

Are you looking for a different and original plan? Madrid offers everything you are looking for. You can spend an afternoon reminiscing about the old days or travelling to a distant time in Europe’s largest drive-in cinema.

It has about 25,000 square metres, a 250 square metre screen and a state-of-the-art digital projector. Read full article

Matisse’s Hidden Side: Engraver Exhibition

By | 19 June, 2019 | 0 comments

Matisse Grabador

Henri Matisse is a renowned artist. The use of colour in his paintings made him, together with Picasso, one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. However, now you can discover one of his lesser-known features: Matisse’s hidden side as an engraver.

The Canal de Isabel II Foundation has compiled a series of prints that show Matisse’s intimate and intense relationship with engraving, Read full article

Painters’ Market

By | 1 May, 2019 | 0 comments

Mercadillo de Pintores

Madrid is a city with a wide range of museums: it has more than 40 museums for every occasion. In addition to this great variety, like so many other great cities in Europe, it offers a painters’ square to enjoy local art outdoors. Taller Abierto, the Madrid painters’ cultural association, holds a collective exhibition of uncovered paintings every Sunday at the Plaza del Conde de Barajas.  Read full article