Bayreuth is a mecca for Wagnerians. Being a Wagnerian is like a religion. And on 'the holy hill' in this Bavarian town, the music of the German genius is worshipped. Throughout Central Europe, Wagner operas are performed at times that would seem impossible here.
We are living complicated times, with mobility limitations. In Shangay we are committed to what #CulturaSegura means, and culture always involves a trip. In the Community of Madrid there are a thousand possibilities to live culture safely. One of them is this perfect plan at the Teatros del Canal: 'Journey through the music of the world' (without having to jump on a plane).
Teatros del Canal begin 2021 in style. Throughout this 2021 beginning, they will host Krystian Lupa, Pippo Delbono or Rocío Molina in an interdisciplinary program. A great body of work that you don't want to miss at the beginning of this new year. Get ready to enjoy and clap!
Soprano Maria Rey-Joly brings life to the opera icon (and the LGTBI collective) in this show -between theater and opera-, performed at the Teatros del Canal in the Community of Madrid from January 14 to 24.
Teatro de la Abadía, one of the cultural flagships of the Community of Madrid, hosts the world premiere of 'Marie', an opera by Madrid-born Germán Alonso, with which the Teatro Real's lyrical season continues.
The Canal Theaters host the international preview of 'Le Bal de Paris by Blanca Li (pandemic version)'. A live virtual reality experience that will be on the bill until January 3.
In Shangay we love the theater. And Madrid is much more than the city. As the network of theaters throughout the community is infinitely broader than you might imagine, we compile the updated programming for all theaters.
It will be a strange holiday, because this Christmas you will not be able to travel. We give you the list, by locations, of all the theaters of the Community of Madrid Network, so that you can make yourself the best possible gift: an afternoon of theater with a (simple) click of a button.
One Saturday a month, different art creators and actors will stage representations that mix visual arts with theater, spoken word and film at the Teatros del Canal. Who goes first? Juan Gómez Alemán, from La Juan Gallery.