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Japan Weekend Madrid

The essential event for lovers of manga, anime and Japanese digital culture celebrates a new edition (IFEMA MADRID. 12 and 13 February).

Michael Schmidt Fotografías 1965-2014

The first retrospective in Spain on the prestigious German photographer since his death (Reina Sofia Museum - Sabatini Building, 3rd Floor. 22 Sept-28 Feb).

We Will Rock You, el musical

17 after it was premiered, this show about Queen, co-produced by Brian May and Roger Taylor returns to the stage (Gran Teatro CaixaBank Príncipe Pío. Fridays to Sundays).

Un cadavre exquis II ©​​​​​​​ Alejo Puerto

A solo dance performance by Pau Aran about encounters (Naves del Español en Matadero - Sala Max Aub, Nave 10. 28-30 January).

Estrella Morente

The flamenco singer, a leading light on the flamenco and Spanish music scene, celebrates 20 years on stage (Teatro de la Zarzuela. 31 January).

Aracaladanza - Loop

The Aracaladanza company is opening a brand-new modern dance show that takes children into a dream world (Teatros del Canal - Sala Roja. 4-6 February).

Narcisse, procedente del díptico que representa a Marlene Dietrich Masque et Narcisse. © Edouard Taufenbach y Bastien Pourtout, colección Pierre Passebon, 2021

An exhibition with more than 250 pieces that explores the relationships and influences between fashion and cinema (CaixaForum Madrid. 18 Feb-5 Jun).

Carlos Bunga, Autumn Red. Wind, Rain and Movement (Otoño rojo. Viento, lluvia y movimiento), The Watermill Center, 2017

A collection of ephemeral constructions about location and natural cycles (The Glass Palace. 8 Apr-4 Sept).

Plaza Mayor de Madrid. Navidad 2021. © Madrid Destino. Álvaro López del Cerro

A must visit for stocking up on Christmas paraphernalia including toys and figurines for the traditional nativity scenes (Plaza Mayor. November to December 2022).

The sound of more than 100 drums brings Madrid’s Holy Week to a close (Plaza Mayor. 17 April 2022).

Gipsy Freestyle

A show led by Curro de Candela that combines flamenco with modern dance and urban music (Teatro Alfil. 6 February).

Madrid Design Festival 2022

Don't miss the exhibitions organised as part of this innovative contemporary festival that turns Madrid into the capital of design (Various venues. 15 Feb-13 Mar).

Mujer (época de «Las señoritas de Aviñón»), 1907, óleo sobre lienzo, 119 x 93,5 cm. Riehen/Basilea, Fondation Beyeler, Colección Beyeler, inv. 65.2 © Sucesión Pablo Picasso, VEGAP, Madrid, 2022

An exhibition of 60 works that showcase the painter’s facet as a portrait artist (San Fernando Royal Academy of Fine Arts. 16 Feb-15 May).

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Vista del Mediterráneo con el monte Agde en la distancia (1857)

An exhibition featuring fifteen photographs from Gustave Le Gray's famous series of Seascapes, a collection that arrived in Madrid in 1859 (Royal Palace. Till 30 January).

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René Magritte. El gran siglo, 1954. Kunstmuseum Gelsenkirchen. © René Magritte, VEGAP, Madrid, 2021

Retrospective of the surrealist painter, René Magritte, which brings together around 70 works, including paintings, photographs and films (Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum. 14 Sept 2021-30 Jan 2022).

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El Madrid de Sabatini. La construcción de una capital europea (1760 - 1797)

An exhibition commemorating 300 years since the birth of the first architect to the Royal Household. (Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa. Till 30 January).

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).


A wintry music festival comprising all genres, featuring the likes of Carmen Linares, Rodrigo Cuevas, Ariel Rot, Kiko Veneno and Stay Homas (Teatro Circo Price. 7 Jan-24 Apr).

CNDM. Enrico Pieranunzi & Eurostars Trio

The Jazz at the Auditorium cycle is hosting a jazz concert with three of the best European musicians (National Music Auditorium - Sala de Cámara. 9 June).

The Primitals

Yllana and Primital Bros star in this a cappella comedy (Teatro Infanta Isabel. Tuesdays. 19 Nov-29 Mar).