The "online" concert that the San Sebastian singer-songwriter Mikel Erentxun will offer, a documentary on the life of Pope John Paul II or the opera "Madama Butterfly" with which the Royal Theater dismisses its free accesses are some of the leisure plans that it brings you this new Friday of confinement.
- Mikel Erentxun gives you his music "online".
Within the "online" concerts started by Sala BBK from its main stage, Mikel Erentxun will offer his live show from 22:00. It can be followed through the official website of this space, from your Facebook profile and through Telebilbao.
In addition, for the second consecutive week, street musicians from Madrid come together to continue playing under the "La Calle Still Sound" platform from this Friday and between 17:00 and 22:00, with performances such as those of JR Carralero . There will also be a "virtual cap" to receive contributions from those who wish to help them.
- Get to know the figure of John Paul II on the centenary of his birth.
The documentary "Wojtyla: The investigation", directed by the journalist, writer and film director José María Zavala, can be seen from this Friday, May 8, on www.salavirtualdecine.com, coinciding with the month in which they are held 100 years since the birth of Karol Wojtyla, John Paul II since his election as pope in October 1978.
- Valeria is here to stay on Netflix.
A writer mired in creative blockade and a relationship crisis finds refuge and support in her three best friends. This is what "Valeria" tells, the new series that Netflix premieres today, based on the collection of books by Elísabet Benavent, who has participated in fiction as a creative consultant.
- Talk with Elena Alonso about her first novel: "Puente".
Zaragoza journalist and writer Elena Alonso will be this Friday at 19:00 on the Twitter account of @proyectolibro to talk about her first novel, "Puente", a realistic and curative story about the Millennial Generation.
- "Madama Butterfly" says goodbye to nine weeks of confinement.
The Teatro Real will end its free access to the MyOperaPlayer platform this Saturday, and to say goodbye it has programmed yesterday and today "Madama Butterfly", by Puccini, in the stage show that Mario Gas did in 2017 with Marco Armiliato in the pit.
- Art from the balconies.
Sixteen international artists question the effects of the pandemic from their balconies. The initiative is from the association of European contemporary museums L'International, among which is Reina Sofía.
The result of this initiative, which is published progressively on museum websites and on social networks, has the participation of authors such as Babi Badalov, Osman Bozkurt, Simnikiwe Buhlungu, Ola Hassanain, Sanja Ivekovic, Sinisa Labrovic, Rogelio López Cuenca, Elo Vega and Isidoro Valcárcel Medina. (www.museoreinasofia.es).