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Ilusia. Teatro fantástico de objetos

Natalia Calderón and Eduardo Guerrero are performing a family show with puppets and songs about love, hope, and finding joy in life (Teatro Alfil. Saturdays. 2-30 October).


The International Contemporary Art Fair marks its 40th anniversary, bringing together the latest proposals from the international contemporary art market (IFEMA MADRID. 7-11 July).

The blessing of the water of the fountain, the Quinario, the Solemn Mass and the Procession are some of the key religious moments of the festivities (10-15 May 2020)

Grease, el musical

A new theatre adaptation of one of the great musicals of all times (Nuevo Teatro Alcalá. Wednesday to Sunday. 2 Oct-19 Dec).

Antik Passion Almoneda Navidad

The ideal place to buy Christmas gifts and special décor items (IFEMA MADRID. 15-19 December).

Entre Sevilla y Triana

A new adaptation of the classic lyrical sainete in two acts by Pablo Sorozábal (Teatro de la Zarzuela. 26, 27, 28, 29 and 30 Jan; 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 Feb).

The Rhythm of the Night

A musical led by DJ Nano that takes audience back to the golden age of dance music (Gran Teatro CaixaBank Príncipe Pío. 14 January).

La España romántica. David Roberts y Genaro Pérez Villaamil

Exhibition that brings together more than 140 pieces by these two great masters of Spain’s romantic landscapes (San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. 7 Oct-16 Jan).

Ranshô, Masato Sudô © Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac, París

Exhibition featuring more than 150 historical and contemporary pieces by tattoo artists from countries such as Japan, France, and Polynesia (CaixaForum Madrid. 2 Dec-17 Apr).

Festival Río Babel 2022

The latest edition of this festival featuring a wide array of Ibero-American music will include performances by the likes of C. Tangana and Residente (Caja Mágica. 30 Jun-2 Jul).

Fundación Scherzo. Maurizio Pollini

The famous Italian pianist, known for his major performances, is participating in the Great Performers Cycle (National Music Auditorium - Sala Sinfónica. 8 December).

Damien Jurado

What’s New, Tomboy? Is the name of the latest album by one of the leading urban singer-songwriters on today’s scene (Teatro Lara. 16 March).

Real Madrid - Atlético de Madrid (Liga Santander)

The first Madrid derby of the season will be played at the home ground of the team led by Ancelotti (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 12 December).

Real Madrid - FC Barcelona (Liga Santander)

The classic is back, one of the most awaited matches in which the Madrid side clashes with the blue and red side (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 20 March).

Real Madrid - Club Atlético Osasuna (Liga Santander)

The side managed by Carlo Ancelotti plays against the red and whites at home on another league match day (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 27 October).

Real Madrid - Sevilla FC (Liga Santander)

The Madrid ground hosts this clash against the club from Seville in an exciting match (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 28 November).

Copa Europea de la Solidaridad (European Solidarity Cup)

Solidarity initiative by Real Madrid, FC Bayern and Inter Milan in support of the heroes who are fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. In 2021. Date to be confirmed).

Real Madrid - Cádiz CF (Liga Santander)

Carlo Ancelotti’s team will be playing on home ground against Cadiz in the last match of the year (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 19 December).

Real Madrid - Inter de Milán (UEFA Champions League)

The Madrid side will be playing at home to the Italian League champion managed by Simone Inzaghi, having last met in the group stages of the last Champions League that resulted in victory for Madrid in both games (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 7 December).

Real Madrid - Shakhtar Donetsk (UEFA Champions League)

Ancelotti's team will face the runner-up of the last Ukrainian League, led this season by Roberto de Zerbi, whose paths have already crossed four times in European competitions (Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. 3 November).