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Museum nights in our Restaurant QuéMUAC of the MIAC-Castillo de San José, is a new gastro-cultural experience in Arrecife, Lanzarote, where you can immerse in an art, cultural feeling and enjoy good music with a gastronomic proposal prepared by our chef.
Have you ever dined in a volcanic tube? Noches de Jameos is a new way to help you experience the beauty of Jameos del Agua, Lanzarote. A unique soiree combining food and music with the magic felt in this natural space where lights and shadows intertwine with the reflection on the indoor lake and the volcanic rock.
Get to know the most genuine Lanzarote and come to see and enjoy the experiences and handicraft workshops offered on a daily basis at the Local Sustainable Market in Casa-Museo del Campesino.
Documentary "Las Manos" now at Jameos del Agua The documentary " Las Manos" (the Hands), is a production by the Art, Culture and Tourism Centre of Lanzarote. It will be projected for free on Sundays at Jameos del Agua. Directed by Tenerife-born filmmaker Miguel Morales, it recounts the experiences of…
Desde el origen, an exhibition of architect Fernando Higueras (Madrid, 1930-2008) displaying the work of this iconoclastic visionary, painter, musician and photographer, an outstanding genius who has shown us a side of the history of Spanish architecture, with essential work carried out in the Canary Islands and especially in Lanzarote.
Based on the operas “Fausto”, by Charles Gounod, and “Mefistófeles”, by Arrigo Boito, this performance brings us a journey through a universal myth. A dramaturgy that combines pieces of both operas to offer the audience a unique approach of these two characters together.
La propuesta que presenta Daahoud Salim Quintet apuesta firmemente por la originalidad y la calidad artística, combinando elementos del jazz más tradicional a nivel compositivo, pero con una concepción y una naturaleza más contemporánea y experimental, tocando temas afines a la realidad del momento.
Bhakti is a touching and expressive journey through the most seducing sounds from India, where music and dance become sacred.
The Bharata Natyam dance, is one of the most ancient dances in India, and the classical carnatic music from the south of India dates back to the vedas and to sacred texts.
This show features dancer Mónica de la Fuente and musicians Ravi Prasad, singer, drummer and composer, and Subrata De, sitar’s instrumentalist.
A flamenco show inspired by the poetry of the lighthouse, with different flamenco tunes and cover versions of renowned songs.
Onírica Mecánica creates poetic-mechanic-imaginary worlds for anyone who loves fantasy.
The awarded Basque company, Marie de Jongh has turned its very own theatre of gestures into a reference model thanks to their unique mask show.