San Isidro 2023 | What to do in Madrid this week from San Isidro

9 years of poetry or barbarism’

The Masquepalabras have been bringing poetry to the stage for nine years and do a great job of supporting and encouraging contemporary authors of the genre. Their poetry jams, radio show and open mics are already an institution in the capital, and this Friday they celebrate their birthday at La Casa Encendida and do what they do best: throw a party with the word of the protagonist. On Friday, in addition to the audience, the protagonists of this celebration will be the poet and name Fernando Beltrán, the rapper Boyce de la Rosa – who will present her first album, I love more than ever— and DJ Toccororo, who’ll make us sweat on the dance floor.

Cinema. Thieves are honest people

Getting a true heist is close to a miracle. If the thieves are on top of that a bunch of three-and-a-quarter crooks and one of them ends up falling in love with a robbery victim, then turn it off and let’s go. Pedro Luis Ramirez directed the 1956 film adaptation of Jardel Ponchilla’s work Thieves are honest peopleFun comedy starring Jose Luis Osiris and Jose Esperte. Morning examination is part of the course From Madrid to Heaven, organized by the Madrid Film Bureau and the Somos Canal, with the aim of inviting the people of Madrid to look at the city with cinematic eyes and watch films taking into account the locations in which they appear, places familiar to us. But at the same time they reflect the changes that the city has undergone in the last century. The course will conclude on Saturday the 20th with Poor GarciaBut the 31 films of which it is a part will be broadcasted on Somos channel throughout the month of May.

After all Springville. Disasters and amusement parks

Objects and people merge in the world of artist and performer Miet Warlop, who arrives this week in the Black Room of the Teatros del Canal with the show. After all Springville. Disasters and amusement parks. Created from one of his greatest hits, Springvillewhich he would take up again years later, supplementing it with the composition amusement parkThis silent piece is based on surrealism and comedy to tell us about reality, human relationships, and the failures of society. To do this, Warlop uses simple and everyday elements such as a table or a fuse box and paints for us a familiar scene, that of a house, which inevitably ends up exploding in the air.

After compiling all the Springville and theme park disasters from Miet Warlop on Vimeo.

Twenty performances from nine different countries make up the program of the Madrid en Danza Festival, which brings audiences from the capital and various municipalities closer to some of the most interesting shows from the cutting edge of dances. Among the great international names, we find the Canadian Marie Chouinar, the Israeli Hofesh Schechter and the French Rachid Oramdan, who leads the Chaillot – Théâtre national de la Danse presents us with a show that includes a climbing wall in its spectacle. Florencia Oz and her twin sister Isidora Ourian will perform inspired by the legend of Romulus and Remus Olga Mesa recreates one of her most famous solos, This is not my body (premiered in 1996), dialogues with the audiovisual device created by Francisco Ruiz de Infante, and the Belgian choreographer Anne van den Broeck in Spain. Joy enjoy joyEssay on how to live joy and pleasure today.

Primavera Sound in San Isidro

This June Primavera Sound will be celebrating its first edition in Madrid – in the Rock City of Arganda del Rey – but this Monday they are bringing us an aperitif as part of the San Isidro festivities programme. The Matadero Madrid platform will host concerts by composer Murcian Amore, trio Carreño and musician and producer Soto Asa. Pop melodies and Reggaeton “lento & rdquor; To celebrate the most traditional party in Madrid, to which the DJ Coco group will put the final touch, a classic at the close of Primavera Sound every year. A perfect occasion to warm up your engines for Junefest between cupcakes and glasses of lemonade.

Plant fascination day

The International Day of Plant Magic has been celebrated for just over a decade with the goal of recognizing these botanical creatures for the essential role they play on our planet and in our lives. Although the day as such is May 18, La Casa Encendida pre-dates the celebration a little by organizing a meeting with two publishers and true plant lovers: Tomy Escribano, self-taught botanist, who will tell us about his experience with water lilies, and Carlos Magdalena, in charge of the Tropical Nursery Greenhouses at the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew in London. The meeting will be moderated by Laura Pinto and Nuria Sainz-López, Partners of the Ecological Gardening Company Red mint.

Humanity (five linguistic visions of the circus)

can the war disasters Goya turned into a circus show? The Price continues to bring us closer to the best of the contemporary circus with its programming, and in May they surprised us with this production in which five authors show us their visions of a past war that resonates with the wars of the present. A cast of young circus performers flesh out these interpretations, with actress Fernanda Orazi as Susan Sontag and actor Marcos Pereira as Goya. All told in completely inventive language, this story is about the terrors that humans are capable of unleashing.

International Museum Day in Reina Sofia

On May 18 every year since 1977, International Museum Day has been celebrated, a day dedicated to raising awareness of the importance of these institutions. And like every year for the past seven years, Reina Sofía and Radio 3 have teamed up to fill the square in which the museum is located with music and culture. From seven in the morning until midnight, some of the station’s most famous announcers will pass there, who will present their programs live, along with artists such as Silvia Pérez Cruz, Queralt Lahoz, Rufus T. Firefly, Ivan Ferrero, Natalia Lacunza, Arde Bogota, Conchita and Niño Josele and Miss Caffeina or Julia Colom, among many others. Starting at 9:00 p.m., the celebration will move inside the museum, where the Sabatini building’s garden will host various Radio 3 DJs sessions.

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