The days 23 and 25 April events are held on the island of Ibiza to celebrate Book Day, tanto en Santa Eulària como en Vila donde los…
The days 23 and 25 April events are held on the island of Ibiza to celebrate Book Day, both in Santa Eulària and in Vila where books go out onto the streets and become the real protagonists.
The City Council of the city of Ibiza has organized various activities to celebrate the Day, the day 23 April. At the book fair, which is located like every year in the Paseo de Vara de Rey, commented visits are added to the interpretation center of Madina Yabisa, gift of books to people visiting museums and a concert in Parque Reina Sofía, the day 25 April.
Thus, the book sector in Ibiza is reactivated in these difficult times.
A retrospective exhibition of the Ibizan ceramist Antonio Ribas Costa, Toniet could be seen until 14 May at Sa Nostra Sala, in Ibiza. Under the title Paraules dins la terra collects the 50 years of experience of the artist.
The Friday, 16 April, at 20:00 hours Adam is projected, the Maryam Touzani, Can Jerome. An immersive and moving drama with a precise gaze and subtle narrative.
The Candies They are popular songs and an important and living testimony within the tradition of Holy Week on the island of Ibiza. They are protected as Asset of Cultural Interest (Sold), con la tipología de inmaterial (BOIB núm. 187, of 15 December 2011). Now you can see them on TvClick
The IV edition of the Ibicine Festival is held from 23 April to the 1 May and will take place in the municipality of Ibiza except for a premiere out of competition organized for Friday 23 April at the Cine Regio de Sant Antoni.
Saturday, 17 April takes place the representation of the play Blablacoche at the Can Ventosa Cultural Space, in Ibiza. A comedy by Eduardp Galán, with touches of trhiller and directed by Ramón Paso. Starring Pablo Carbonell, Victor Ullate-Roche, Ania Hernández and Soledad Mallol
El documental experimental My mexican bretzel, directed by Nuria Giménez Lorang, is screened at the Regio cinema, in Sant Antoni de Portmany, on Thursday, 15 April, within the V International Independent Film Festival of Ibiza (Ibiza Cinema Fest).
The ses Païsses de Cala d'Hort museum space has received a series of improvements aimed at the installation of a wooden pedestrian walkway that connects the country house with the necropolis, facilitating public access and ensuring that this visitor traffic will not adversely affect the conservation of the landscape and the tombs. It has also invested in various maintenance and fitting-out works for the house and the attached pens..
The exhibition ‘Stop, that I go down!‘, by the Mallorcan artist Tomeu Coll can be visited in the Refectory room of the Eivissa City Council throughout the month of April.
A new edition of Contes de Primavera has arrived in Santa Eulària des Riu with new features such as that of being fully developed in other municipal auditoriums and, above all, to include sign language interpretation in all sessions, so that the magic of these stories can also be brought to children and adults with hearing problems.