From the humor of Manolo Vieira to the music of ‘Orquestral Flamenco’ or the Gran Canaria Big Band, passing through the shows’ César Manrique. The musical ‘and’ Pedro Páramo ‘, all this has a place on the Cuyás Theater billboard for this month of December.
The new month’s programming will start at the Cabildo site with the premiere of the new show by the quintessential Canarian comedian, Manolo Vieira, who on the 4th and 5th will go up to the Cuyás stage to present ‘Here behind there is someone’, a tribute laughter in a year marked by covid-19. Vieira will thus meet the spectators after months of absence from the stage and wanting to return to his audience the smile that the pandemic has stolen from them.
Shortly after, in the middle of the Constitution bridge, he also returns to Cuyás Jazz Autumn, this time, with ‘Orchestral Flamenco’, a show in which the famous guitarist Gerardo Núñez, bailaora Carmen Cortés and the Big Band of the Canaries participate. It will be on the 7th at 8:30 p.m.
Jazz Autumn is an initiative organized by the Cabildo de Gran Canaria together with the Government of the Canary Islands, the City Council and the University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria that includes concerts and performances not only in Cuyás, but in the Insular Theater Hall, in the Guiniguada and Pérez Galdós theaters, as well as in the Auditorium of the ULPGC, the Miller Building or the Alfredo Kraus Auditorium. Its objective: to satisfy the great demand of the Gran Canaria public for this musical style.
The assembly ‘Pedro Páramo’, theatrical adaptation of the novel by Juan Rulfo directed by Mario Gas and starring Vicky Peña and Pablo Derqui (days 11 and 12), and the musical about the life of the artist César Manrique will also arrive at Cuyás. Scheduled from December 17 to 20, the latter is an original idea by Manolo González (Mestisay) directed by Israel Reyes (Clapso Producciones), which brings together dozens of actors, dancers, musicians and singers, including Mingo Ruano, on stage. in the role of César, and the popular Olga Cerpa and Luis Morera.
Finally, on the 26th and 27th, it will be the turn of the Gran Canaria Big Band, which will relive some of its most successful concerts in recent years, inviting again a series of local artists or artists based in the Islands, such as Beatriz Alonso , Fasur Rodríguez, Esther Alfonso Da Costa and Virginia Guantanamera, to sing with her.
“Without a doubt, it will be a unique opportunity brought about by the covid to see them again, this time together, or discover, for the first time, what their great performances were with us”, according to Sebastián Gil, director of the Gran Canaria Big Band.
Tickets for these five great shows are on sale both at the Cuyás box office, on Viera and Clavijo streets in the capital of Gran Canaria, and on their website: www.teatrocuyas.com.