Events

Friday 22 August 2014 – Events List

ALL WEEK

ALICANTE

MARQ Archaeological museum – Exhibition – “Deltebre I. History of a shipwreck” displaying artefacts rescued from a British navy ship which was sunk in the mouth of the Ebro in 1813 (until January 11, 2015). Exhibition – Art and archaeology from the Chinese Han Dynasty, 206 BC – 220 AD. Exhibition – Wines of Alicante through history (Through a hundred pieces, some with over twenty centuries old, – vases, jars, bottles, cups, and other publications related to the growing and production of wine utensils visitors can see the origin of production in Alicante).

Exhibition – “Toda la galaxia en el castillo”. A collection of 20,000 items of interest to Star Wars fans, including toys, models and works of art. Castillo de Santa Bárbara (Until 11 April).

GUARDAMAR DEL SEGURA

Exhibition of historic coins, Museo Arqueológico (Until Oct).

ORIHUELA

Exhibition of historic documents regarding the request to hold a market in the town of san Agustín, dating back to 1756. Biblioteca Pública Municipal María Moliner (Until 31 August).

SANTA POLA

Book Fair. Plaza de la Glorieta, opposite the main facade of the Castle (Last week).

Exhibition “Tierra y Mar de Sal”, Museo de la Sal (Until 31 August).

SHOWS AND MUSICALS

The Lion King, Teatro Lope De Vega, Madrid (Until 2 November).

Otelo, Teatro Bellas Artes, Madrid (Until 14 September).

FRIDAY 22 AUGUST

Markets

Crevillente, Finestrat, Gata de Gorgos, L’ Alfas del Pi, Monstesinos, Pilar de la Horadada, TORREVIEJA.

ALICANTE

María Jesús and her accordion, Auditorio La Concha – La Explanada.

05 b FRI altea_visitas_guiadasALTEA

Discover Altea, guided walks through the picturesque town, every Friday in August.

CARTAGENA

Monty Python´s Best Sketches, Auditorio El Batel. Sala A Murcia, Cartagena.

IBIZA

Kylie Minogue, Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel Illes Balears.

ORIHUELA COSTA

Trouper’s Swing Band, Zenia Boulevard.

TORREVIEJA

20:00 – Musical “Godspell”, in English, Teatro Municipal.

22:00 – Music concert organised by Marilú Fischer, Virgen del Carmen.