If you still don’t know what to do in the next two days, take a look at our blog. Our Spanish school, El Rincón del Tándem, tells you about circus and other events in Valencia 🙂
In today weekend post, we will talk about circus and other events in Valencia.
Spanish course students can enjoy their well-deserved rest and free time, we have made our small selection of events.
As always, the capital of the Turia offers many opportunities to enjoy art and culture.
Let’s take a look at some of them!
Until Sunday 28
Teatro El Musical and La Mutant
Contorsions is the International Circus Festival of Valencia. An initiative organised by the City Council and now in its third year.
The main objective of Contorsions is to promote circus arts in all its aspects, beyond traditional forms or stereotypical images.
In fact, the festival’s programme offers shows for all kinds of audiences, where different disciplines, such as theatre and music, come together.
Below you can find the programme for this weekend:
– Save the Temazo, by Col-lectiu F.R.E.N.È.T.I.C. Saturday 27 at 12pm in Pl. del Rosari. Free admission with limited capacity.
A show that tells us about the work of the NGO Save the Temazo to highlight the role of music in the social, cultural and emotional sphere.
– El desig d’estar junts, by Finestra Nou Circ. Friday 26 at 8.30pm at La Mutant. Ticket: 8 euros.
Multidisciplinary social circus piece combining theatre, dance and live music.
– Sopa, by Ateneu Nou Barri. Sunday 28 at 7pm at La Mutant. Ticket: 8 euros.
A circus piece that, with humour and drama, deals with the interaction among members of a family in the context of a Christmas meal.
Teatro Círculo, Calle Prudenci Alcón i Mateu 3
Thursday 25, Friday 26, Saturday 27 at 8pm. Sunday 28 at 7pm
Ticket: 11 euros
This play takes us into the emotional world of three female characters based on the three artists Camille Claudel, Georgia O’Keeffe and Hilma af Klimt.
Three women who found in art their form of expression and freedom in a world full of asphyxiating social codes.
A work that speaks of love, rebellion and inner conflicts.
Les llums de Vivers
From Friday 26 till January 9
Jardines de Viveros, Calle de Cavanilles 1
Ticket: 12 – 14 euros
On the occasion of winter and the Christmas holidays, Jardines de Viveros dresses up in lights to give us an unforgettable experience.In fact, until 9 January, the Viveros Gardens open their doors at night so that the public can enjoy a magical landscape and views.
This fantastic walk, which has a circular route of 1.5km, will surprise us with light figures, plays of light and a sea of sensations.
Finally, the opening hours are from 6pm to 11pm, with access every 30 minutes. You can get your ticket online or directly at the ticket office.
Sorolla. Dibujante sin descanso
Till January 9. From Tuesday to Sunday, from 10am to 2pm and from 4.30pm to 8.30pm.
Fundación Bancaja, Plaza de Tetuán 23
Fee: 7 euros
This exhibition offers us the opportunity to appreciate up close the drawings of one of Valencia’s most emblematic artists.
Sorolla. Dibujante sin descanso, is the first exhibition in Valencia exclusively dedicated to the artist’s drawings.
The exhibition, which brings together more than a hundred works, is divided into four sections. The first brings together the drawings of Sorolla’s youth, a second section shows drawings of family scenes and everyday life, a section of preparatory drawings for his major works, and finally a sample of drawings of urban scenes.
This tour will also show the evolution of Sorolla’s works and his special passion for drawing.
We hope that this blog about circus and other events in Valencia has helped you to make plans for the weekend.
As always, our Spanish language school El Rincón del Tándem wishes you a happy break and encourages you to participate in the cultural and social life of Valencia.
And by the way, don’t forget to practice your Spanish outside the classroom…
Have a nice weekend!