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Winter vacations 2021 in CABA: schedule of outings to the theater, walks, movies, museums and the best plans to be a tourist in Buenos Aires

by archyw

This Monday, July 19, the expected began Winter Break in the province and the City of Buenos Aires, that last for two weeks, until July 30.

Winter vacations in CABA: hotel promotions for a getaway close to home

On the one hand, those who make a trip to the country should check the entry requirements of each province, since many ask for a negative test for coronavirus. For the other, those who choose to be tourists in the CityThey have a lot of free and low cost plans to do with the youngest and youngest.

It is worth remembering that the port government relaxed the restrictions on the gastronomic sector, shops and shopping malls and cultural activities for the winter holidays. Bars and restaurants they can open one more hour, till 12 of the night, with a capacity inside that increased from 30% to 50%.

Meanwhile, cinemas and theaters increased their maximum capacity to 50% and, like gastronomy, all cultural spaces extended the closing time until midnight.

What to do in CABA without kids on winter break

1. Infierno Blanco, the new musical by Pepe Cibrin

Pepe Cibrin Campoy returns to the theatrical arena with ‘White Hell’, a work by its author with original music from Ariel Dansker than to disembark at the theater The cube (Zelaya 3053, Abasto) as of 7/17. The greatest reference of musical theater in Argentina was eager to return to activity and assured that it is a completely different work from what he presented on other occasions.

The show that features choreography by Santiago Errecalde and general direction of the same Cibrin, is carried out by Lautaro Calzona, Luis Machuca Y Maximiliano Areitio in the leading roles and 18 young artists complete the cast. It will be presented on Saturdays and Sundays at 8:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the theater box office or through PlateaNet.

2. Gastronomic trip along Route 40

The Hilton Buenos Aires invites you to enjoy a gastronomic journey along the traditional and emblematic Route 40. Every week of winter break there will be a themed dinner at the El Faro restaurant, in Puerto Madero. Agend the next dates: Men Cuyo (July 22, 23 and 24) and Men NOA (July 29, 30 and 31). It costs $ 4,000 per person.

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3. ‘Two crazy shots’ at the Astral Theater

“The family serves for the good moments, for the regular ones, for the bad ones, and to do everything that you will never do to a stranger, for fear of the consequences.” This laconic sentence is the one that sustains the philosophy of ‘Two crazy women of auction’, starring Soledad Silveyra and Vernica Llins and directed by Manuel Gonzlez Gil.

The story narrates the reunion of two sisters who meet again in a funny and hilarious duel, where they will have to overcome their past in order to have a future, leading to a crazy tragicomedy that shows the social background of complex family relationships . There are performances on Friday 7:30 p.m., Saturday 8:00 p.m. and Sunday 7:00 p.m. Tickets from $ 1500.

4. Bebop Sessions en Aldos

From Thursday to Sunday, the terrace of Aldos Palermo (Arvalo 2032) welcomes the main artists of the local scene to enjoy the best music in the open air. These face-to-face concerts have limited capacity, tables distributed by bubbles and are on a heated terrace.

This week they play: Thursday 7/22 6 pm Ins Estvez, Friday 7/23 6 pm Mari Fernndez Sing Amy, Saturday 24/7 5 pm Delfina Oliver and Sunday 7/25 5 pm Juan Cruz de Urquiza.

The shows are exclusively by telephone reservation and have a cost from $ 1100 (all include a glass of white, red or sparkling Nicasia Vineyards). Ms info and www.bebopclub.com.ar

5. Independent theater in Palermo

‘Verde Agua’ is a work that highlights the crudest and most violent of patriarchy through the worldview of five women from a bourgeois family from Entre Ros. Competition, criticism, hegemonic bodies, appearances, abuse, violence, excessive ambition are some of the themes that run through the work. Behind every great man is a great woman. So … who are the women behind a monster? How far can you go to achieve power? What is the point of “disgust”, the cutoff moment? Is there a possibility of redemption? Functions: Saturdays at 8 pm. Locations: $ 500 by Alternative Scene in Border Theater (GodoyCruz 1838, Palermo).

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6. Cinema at El Cultural San Martn

The Cultural San Martin, dependent on the Ministry of Culture of the City, invites a new screening of Argentine cinema: Convalescent, from Matas De Leis Correa, on Friday, July 23 and 30 at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, July 24 and 31 at 8 p.m. General admission $ 150 through tuentrada.com.

7. ‘Eva and Victoria’, on the theater Multiscene

On July 9, Mnica Ottino’s play, ‘Eva y Victoria’, starring Mara Valenzuela and Sabrina Carballo, will premiere at the Multiescena Theater (Av. Corrientes 1764). It has functions on Fridays at 8:00 p.m., Saturdays at 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. and Sundays at 8:00 p.m. The play is an imaginary meeting between Eva Pern and Victoria Ocampo. Eva goes to see Victoria with the excuse of obtaining support to discuss in the National Congress the bill that allows women to vote. But it really is the meeting of two social classes, of two ways of thinking life and the country clearly antagonistic, showing the irreconcilable ideas that for decades divided us as a nation and carried by a verbal fencing worthy of those two formidable adversaries. Tickets on sale at the Theater box office and through PlateaNet.

8. ‘Maten a Hamlet’ in the Cultural center 25 of May

After 16 years, Los Macocos come together again with the premiere of ‘Kill Hamlet’, a new theatrical work with the original line-up and the direction of Sebastin Irigo. As of July 16, the work reaches the 25 de Mayo Cultural Center (Avenida Triunvirato 4444). The Macocos set out to tell the famous story of William Shakespeare but not with the nobleman as the protagonist but with a stranger: the owner of that skull, Elsinor’s jester, the great Yorick. In this way the public approaches the Shakespearean tragedy through a delirious and original look. The performances are every Friday and Saturday at 8:00 p.m. and on Sundays at 12:30 p.m. Tickets on sale through Alternativa Teatral.

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9. ‘Petroleum’ at the MET Sura

One of the most viewed and awarded works of recent times returns with face-to-face performances, from the Wednesday July 28 at 8.15pm in the Metropolitan Sura theater (Corrientes 1242). The acclaimed piece by the Piel de Lava group, offering new features on Wednesdays in August. Petroleo was applauded by more than 50,000 spectators, exceeding 200 performances with sold-out seats. On this occasion, the actresses put themselves in the shoes of four oil workers as a possibility to investigate the construction of the genre. The construction / deconstruction of stereotypes and humor coexist in the work. Localities $ 1200, for sale by PLATEANET.

10. I came back Knock Knock!

Last Friday, July 16, the show returned that broke all the records of the Argentine theater, and celebrates 10 at cartel: TOC TOC, the most obsessive and fun comedy of all, from French author Laurent Baffie. Six characters suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD) will find themselves in the waiting room of a psychiatrist in order to solve their problems. The psychiatrist will never go to therapy and they will have to come to their own conclusions. Cast: Ernesto Claudio, Diego Prez, Malena Fig, Natacha Crdoba, Diego Freigedo, Gabriela Grinblat and Gabriela Licht.

The functions are on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 8.30 pm; Saturdays 8:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. and Sundays 8:00 p.m. The price of the seats is $ 1900 in the Comafi Multitabaris Complex (Av. Corrientes 831). Tickets for sale by Plateanet.com or through the ticket office.


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