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Take advantage of the long weekend to do some of the activities that we propose below, there is something for all ages!
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24th Luis Vultueña International Award in Madrid
Don't miss this free international exhibition of 50 photographs that can be visited until April 18 at Calcografía Nacional, located in the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando. The theme focuses on various current issues, images of overwhelming stories that broaden our gaze and make us reflect.
Cráter 2021 Program
Enjoy, until November 20, the Cráter 2021 program at the Sala de Arte Joven. A set of activities whose purpose is to position itself as a meeting point for all those people related to the creative field and form a place where new plans and projects can emerge.
Peter Pan, the musical
Until April 4, have fun with the theatrical representation of the famous children's story at the Teatro Maravillas in Madrid. Aerial acrobatic numbers, music, live songs, dances and a host of surprises that go beyond the stage to become a great party full of emotions.
Animación.es, a story in an exhibition
Until April 19, come to "A story in an exhibition", a journey through two parallel paths: the historical and the technical. In the first, we discover the authors or the most significant films. The second is a journey through an art that began as a pencil drawing and is now born from the latest technology. Learn about the evolution of animated films in this incredible exhibition.
II Online Festival "Women of Cinema"
From March 19 to 28 enjoy the best cinema directed by women through a single click, through the platform "Mujeres de cine VOD". An online film festival in which national and international titles of contemporary cinema are exhibited.
Between forts and trenches
A free exhibition that offers a sample of the development of the Spanish conflict in Madrid. This is a tour of the forty-three milestones of the conflict that took place throughout the Madrid region and the fighting in the city of Madrid. It can be visited at Sala El Águila until March 21. Admission and activities are free.
Image credits: Peter Pan the musical©Emilio Tenorio. Maravillas Theater