For today we propose folk dances, circuses, premieres on Netflix, exhibitions and Christmas shows.
dancing in espol
It will be presented in Espol Folk Ballet in the space Cultural Monday Organized by this educational institution. The group consists of students of various professions at the university. Currently directed by Patricia Gallarza. Entry is free, but reservations are required for 2531-2019, because capacity is limited to 64 people. 19:00, Espol Theatre, Building 7B (Prospina Campus). It will also be broadcast on FacebookLive (espolcultural).
Circus in Los Samanes
Santa Claus came to town with Circus Santa Claus. Christmas character accompanies all his assistants to prepare show With music and magic. The event is organized by Circo Rolex Ecuador, with over forty years of experience in the entertainment, artistic and cultural offering. To maintain the health of attendance, the maximum capacity of 50% of the stage capacity will be respected, that is, there will be a maximum of 600 people. Tickets: $5, $8, $10, $15 and $20 (TicketShow). Jobs: Monday through Friday (8:30 p.m.), Saturdays (6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.), Sundays and holidays (4:30 p.m., 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.), through December 31 Samanes Park (north of Guayaquil).
DirecTV goes Christmas
To celebrate Christmas, during the last month of the year, OnDirecTV He will present several products that will also be available on the DirecTV GO streaming platform.
Monday 13th and Tuesday 14th December at 23:00 The documentary will be broadcast exclusively Christmas at Stately Homes. Some of the most luxurious homes in England, such as Warwick Castle and Highclere Castle, the main site of the famous British series Downton AbbeyOpen their doors in this unmissable documentary to show how the British aristocracy live on Christmas.
Wednesday 15 at 23:00 up exclusively A Very Royal Birthday: The Secrets of Sandringham. A look at the way the British royal family celebrates Christmas at the Norfolk Queens estate, combining archive footage and interviews. Royal experts, ex-employees, critics, comedians and royal celebrities will reveal the deepest secrets of how Britain’s most famous family organized Christmas.
Thursday 23 at 21:00 The movie will be shown let it snow. Produced for a family audience, it tells the wonderful Christmas story of a ruthless woman with cold corporate demeanor, whose plans to demolish an old hotel complex are complicated when she drifts away in the Christmas spirit and falls in love with his son. Owner of a winter wonderland country. Candice Cameron Bure starring (Full house(The Alan Thicke)growing pains), directed by Harvey Frost.
Later, Same Thursday 23 at 10:30 pm., will be issued Christmas at Chatsworth House. In the heart of Derbyshire, this Tudor mansion that provided the iconic backdrop to Pride and prejudice, preparing for an influx of Christmas visitors. Chatsworth tour guides will take guests on a festive adventure around the world, from the winter wonderland of the North, through the flowering trees of Japan, to the Baroque Portuguese Church. Morocco, India, the Netherlands, Italy, China, Japan, Portugal and the United States stand out in what is being described as “one of the most ambitious seasons of Christmas ever organized by Chatsworth”.
Friday 24 at 22:00 It will be a turn CMA Country Christmas 2021. A new version of this traditional Christmas show brings together some of the most important figures in the music world every year country To breathe new life into holiday classics. It’s a Country Music Association production, with Robert Deaton serving as executive producer and Paul Miller as director.
Friday 24 at 23:00 will be displayed Silent Night 2021: The Street Sings. As usual, the entertainment channel will bring a new version of this Christmas event to the screen bringing together some of the most important names in Christian music each year. It’s a Christmas musical in which a group of people join their voices to sing songs of hope and remember who we celebrate at this time.
The last premiere on Netflix
Ransom: Redemption Day
The feature film, directed by Hisham Hajji, portrays Brad Paxton, a US Navy captain who lives with his wife Kate, a famous archaeologist, and their daughter in New York City. Haunted by his past while serving in Syria, Paxton tries to live a normal life after the military. However, when he and Kate travel to Morocco on an archaeological exploration to find an ancient city hidden under the desert, the group discovers that they have crossed the Algerian border without permission. And so the local rebels arrive and kidnap Kate and the rest of the team. Cast: Gary Dourdan, Serenda Swan, Andy Garcia, Bryce Bexter, Martin Donovan, Ernie Hudson.
Exhibitions to visit
exposed The light from the sky, by Ecuadorean artist, humanitarian coordinator and curator Michaela Baez Jalil, with support from Brand Beck. In thirty-eight works, Michaela captures the sensations and experiences left by her search and discovery of a new vision of life, her wounds, healing, reunification with spirituality and her awakening. free entry. Open until December 15, Monday through Sunday, 11:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., at Plaza Lagos.
Bodies, real human bodies It reveals eight human bodies, eight torsos and more than a hundred intact organs available for visitors to discover the body inside and how it functions. The exhibition was organized by the production company Arriba el Telón and was watched by more than 30 million people in 50 countries. the show Guayaquil is the latest of its kind, with over 40 LED-lit panels and virtual guides, as well as face-to-face specialists in all rooms. It also has display cabinets and LED interior lighting. Tickets: $5, $3 and $2.50. Open from Monday to Thursday (12:00 to 20:00), Friday (12:00 to 21:00), Saturday (10:00 to 21:00) and Sunday (10:00 to 20:00), even in December 20 at the Crystal Palace (Malecon Simon Bolivar).
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