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On this page you will find details of music, dance, theater and children's events in Madrid in September. On the next page you'll find details of art and film events in Madrid in September. Each event is listed with contact details and the nearest metro stop.
Music in September in Madrid
Sala Caracol (c/Bernardino Obregón 18, tel: 91 527 3594 <M>Embajadores (Lines 3 & 5)
Xavier brings his 'White Moth Tour' and didgeridoos to Spain. He mixes a range of sounds from his Australian roots with folk and reggae. An Aussie digeridoo virtuoso in full effect.
September 10 to 23
Plaza del Angel 10, tel: 91 369 4143 <M> Antón Martín (Line 1)
The Román filiú cuarteto take September 3 to 9 and the Nuevo Tango Ensemble .
Plaza de Toros de Las Ventas (c/ Alcalá 237, tel: 91 356 2200 <M>Ventas (Line 2)
This Madrileño ballad singer will be hitting 11 venues in Spain this September to perform his 2006 album 'El Tren De Los Momentos.' In the past he has won 1 regular Grammy and 14 Latin Grammy Awards.
WEEKEND DANCE 2007
Parque Juan Carlos I (Glorieta Hamburgo s/n, tel: 91 721 0079 <M>Campo de las Naciones (Line 8)
Performers include Massive Attack, Faithless and Vitalic. Check the full line-up on www.weekendance.es
September 18 to 20
SERRAT & SABINA
Palacio de Deportes (Avenida de Felipe II s/n, tel: 91 401 9100 <M>Goya (Lines 2 & 4)
Two of Spain's most popular wandering minstrel singer/songwriters bring the poetry of their lyrics and sensitive playing. Sold out here but check out their prodigous dates in the rest of Spain on the following pages.
from September 19
Teatro Lope de Vega (Gran Via 57, tel: )
Lloyd Webber and Rice's preposterous rock opera gets a Spanish spit and polish.
September 21 & 22
El Sol (c/Jardines 3, tel: 91 532 6490 <M>Sol (Lines 1, 2 & 3)
Arty Spanish indie wizards. One of the more stomachable bands in the alternative Spanish music scene.
MUSICA DEL SIGLO
Círculo de Bellas Artes (c/Alcalá 42, tel: 91 532 4437 <M>Banco de España (Line 2)
Trío Contrastes present Bela Bartok (1881 - 1945) conducted by Álvaro Guibert.
La Sala Live! (Avda. Nuestra Señora de Fátima 42, tel: 91 525 5444 <M>Eugenia de Montijo (Line 5)
Hardcore, you know the score - NY city punk.
La Riviera (Paseo Virgen del Puerto, tel: 91 365 2415 <M>Puerta del Ángel (Line 6)
Movida stalwarts put on their stonewashed denim again.
Dance in September in Madrid
September 3 to 5
AN EVENING OF DANCE - BARYSHNIKOV
Madrid: Teatro Español (c/Principe 25, tel: 91 429 6297 <M>Sevilla (Line 2)
Choreography of 'Leap too Tall' by Donna Uchizono and 'Place' by Mats Ek and the showing of the film 'Car-Men' by Jiri Kilian and Boris Paval Conen.
September 8 & 9
La Casa Encendida (Ronda de Valencia 2 <M>Embajadores (Line 3 & 5)
Corpus and Portfolio Collection perform cutting-edge contemporary dance, choreographed by some of the most esteemed British and international choreographers. The music is laidback and influenced by the movie 'Amélie.' StopGAP is the only professional dance company in Great Britain with disabled performers.
September 5 to 30
VÍCTOR ULLATE BALLET
Teatro Gran Vía (<M> Santo Domingo (Line 2))
The hugely accessible ballet 'Samsara' comes from the Víctor Ullate company who are certainly not afraid to mix contemporary with traditional. For more see www.victorullateballet.com.
every Sunday throughout September
LA MAR DE MARIONETAS
Templo de Debod (<M> Plaza de España (Lines 3 & 10 or Ventura Rodríguez (Line 3)
The best in puppetry for your children and you in the setting of the Templo de Debod.
Theatre in September in Madrid
THEATRE AND PERFORMANCE IN THE CAPITAL
Madrid: Centro Cultural de la Villa (Plaza de Colón s/n, tel: 91 480 0300 <M>Colón (Line 4) and Teatro Circo Price (Calle de la Ronda de Atocha 35, <M>Embajadores (Line 3)
Give your Spanish a serious workout with some of the best Spanish-language theatre and performance this month in two of the city's best spaces to do so. CC de la Villa hosts 'Barroco' by Darko Lukic and Tomaz Pandur, a story of French intellectuals on the eve of the Revolution. And if you've not had the pleasure yet, the Teatro Circo Price is a modern take on the Circus given a new lease of life in its historic location.
from September 5
LA MUJER DE NEGRO
Teatro Infanta Isabel (c/Barquillo 24, tel: 91 521 0212 <M>Banco de España (Line 2)
Directed by Eduardo Bazo and performed by Emilio Gutiérrez Caba and Jorge de Juan. Set in a small village in England.
from September 19
UNA PAREJA DE MIEDO
Teatro Reina Victoria (Carrera de San Jerónimo 24, tel: 91 369 2288 <M>Sevilla (Line 2)
Josema Yuste and Florentino Fernández light up the stage. Written by Charles Ludlam and directed by Jaime Azpilicueta.
from September 26
EL ULTIMO QUE APAGUE LA LUZ
Nuevo Teatro Alcalá - Sala II (c/Jorge Juan 62, tel: 91 426 4779 <M>Príncipe de Vergara (Lines 2 & 9)
Emma Ozores and Daniel Huarte in this play written and directed by Antonio Ozores.
September 27 to October 13
EL PERRO DEL HORTELANO
Teatro Albéniz (c/Paz 11, tel: 91 531 8311 <M>Sol (Lines 1, 2 & 3)
Come see Blanca Oteyza, Ernesto Arias, Lidia Otón, Oscar Zafra, Chema Ruiz and Luis Moreno in this Lope de Vega classic, directed by Laurence Boswell.
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