Alongside Ibiza’s many Christmas events and festivities, there is plenty going on in the complete cross section of Arts, Film, Theatre, Dance and Music.If you are reading this in English, you will realise this article is an automatic Google machine translation of an original Spanish or Catalan text. If you are more fluent in Castellano or Catalan you may find it reads more naturally by reverting the text to its original language using the translation options at the bottom of the screen.
Can Jeroni is screening the film ‘Sing street’ by Jonh Carney on ‘Cinema’n’Roll’ this Friday at 8.30pm . Entrance is free.
Friday is the night of the tapas in Santa Eulària with ‘Rutapa’, a tour of the village bars that offer cane or wine plus tapa for 2.5 euros. Check the participating bars on the website of the City of Santa Eulària.
The Spain Theatre of Santa Eulària is the stage this Friday, Saturday and Sunday of ‘Festicontes’ , a storytelling festival for children and adults. The sessions for children cost 3 euros and adults 5 euros. Participate Félix Albo (Friday 18:00 hours, children, 20.30 hours, adults), Emma Lobo (Saturday 10.30 and 12.30, children in Castilian, 18:00 hours, Catalan children) and Martha Escudero (Saturday, 20.30 hours adults and Sunday 12.30, Catalan children).
The artist Ramón Pérez Carrió opens this Friday at 7.30 pm the pictorial exhibition ‘Les rodes de la memòria’. The event will feature the performance of Marala Trio and a theatrical performance by Terato Teatre.
Forada celebrates its festivities this Saturday with a mass at 12 o’clock, followed by a procession and ‘ball pagès’. At 6.30 pm there will be a theatrical performance ‘Vivències’, by the Grup de Teatre AV es Molí. At 9:00 pm there will be a concert of Blues Màfia i es Saligardos and swing lessons with Ibiza Swing Lab.
The dancer Aroa Barea offers this Saturday the show ‘Flamenco íntimo’ at 20.30 in Can Jeroni.
The auditorium of Cas Serres hosts a concert by the Jove Orquestra of the Balearic Islands , Petit Cor and the singers Irene Más, Irene Gili and Isabel Marí at 8 pm.
New appointment with the ‘Tardes de Perros con Lucy Sky & the Diamonds’ in the B12 Gallery this Sunday from 5 to 7 pm with the performance of Lucy Sky & Diamonds and the dj Lost Angeles. The entrance costs ten euros and includes two drinks.
An ongoing exhibition From 5th to 27th December, from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. A Collective exhibition of painting and sculpture of AMAE. in the Exhibition Hall of the Cultural Centre of Jesus. Inauguration on 5th December at 7:30 p.m.