The program of the Institute of Cultural Industries and the Arts in the Víctor Villegas Auditorium and Congress Center and the scenic space of the Párraga Center brings together four shows this week featuring comedy, music and contemporary dance. In the case of the performances on Thursday and Friday, the schedule will be at 6:30 p.m., while that of Saturday is brought forward at 6:00 p.m., complying with the rules and recommendations of Health.
The general director of the Institute, Juan Antonio Lorca, indicated that “it is a diverse and very interesting program, capable of satisfying different audiences, thus including the possibility of listening to works by Mendelssohn and Beethoven by the hand of David Grimal and the Symphony Orchestra, going through the comedy of Pantomima Full and Comandante Lara, without forgetting riskier proposals such as the dance of Lali Ayguadé and Akira Yoshida “.
On Thursday, February 25, the Narciso Yepes Hall of the Víctor Villegas Regional Auditorium will host the concert of the conductor and violinist David Grimal with the Murcia Region Symphony Orchestra performing ‘Concerto for violin’ by Mendelssohn and the ‘Symphony No. 4’ by Beethoven.
On Friday it will be the turn of the comedians Rober Bodegas and Alberto Casado, better known as Pantomima Full, and their new show in which they follow the line of the previous one and their popular YouTube channel. Humor and comedy will continue on the stage of the regional Auditorium on Saturday with Jerez-born Luis Lara, who has joined Jesús Tapia and Vicente Ruidos in their new show ‘Comandante Lara & Cía’.
As for the ‘Espacio 0’ of the Párraga Center, this Friday, February 26, at 6.30 p.m., you will be able to see ‘Duo’, by the dancers and choreographers Lali Ayguadé and Akira Yoshida, two creators with great recognition and trajectory that They have joined and reflect on the mechanisms that underlie both physically and internally.
14 sessions at the Filmoteca
On the other hand, the Film Library of the Region of Murcia Francisco Rabal will host 14 sessions from today until Sunday, both in the main room and in Room B, which projects more minority proposals. The program begins with ‘El disenchantment’ by Jaime Chávarri, at 6:00 p.m., and ‘Tiger theory’ by Radek Bajgar, at 6:05 p.m.
On Tuesday you can see ‘Akelarre’ by Pablo Agüero, at 6:00 pm, and ‘Conspiracy’ by Christy Cabanne; while on Wednesday Claudio Zulian’s ‘We were not born refugees’ will be screened at 6:30 pm; and ‘On the roof’ by Mádl, at 6.15pm. For Thursday, ‘In the name of the rose’ has been scheduled, within the cycle ‘In memory: Sean Connery’, at 5:45 pm; and ‘El trabajo or who owns the world’ by Elisa Cepedal, at 6:45 p.m.
Regarding the sessions on Friday, at 6:30 p.m. ‘Sofia’ by Meryem Benm’Barek will be screened, within the cycle ‘Women filmmakers’; and ‘Conspiracy’ by Christy Cabanne at 6:15 p.m. On Saturday there will be a new opportunity for those who have missed the midweek passes of ‘The name of the rose’ and ‘Akelarre’; and on Sunday at 6:00 p.m., you will be able to enjoy ‘An inheritance of fear’, from the cycle ‘Jerry Lewis: The King of Comedy’; and at 18:05 hours ‘The tree, the mayor and the media library’ by Éric Rohmer.