The following are scheduled in the coming weeks, but please check with the Tourist Office for confirmation of events taking place.

Cartagena – www.cartagena.es
Tel 968 128 800 – Market Wed

Photographic Exhibition at The Roman Theatre of Cartagena in Temporary Exhibition Hall – Future Projects (until 28th February 2021)
The exhibition conveys the Museum’s journey since its inauguration on July 11th 2008 and future projects. The exhibition is divided into three thematic blocks:
Photographs; some from the Museum’s photographic archive; others from Díaz Burgos, José Albaladejo and José Gabriel Gómez the evolution of the Museum after its inauguration.

Future projects and the current state of knowledge of the post scaenam porticus. This space is located at the back of the scenic building. One future project is to undertake the archaeological excavations of this space and its enhancement. 

Mural paintings carried out in the western sector of the portico in 2006, which revealed the existence of two rooms that compartmentalized the interior gallery, whose collapse levels presented a rich pictorial programme. 

Concerts @ El Batel, Cartagena
Saturday 13th February – XXIII edition of Between Strings and Brass. The soloist will be Mª de los Ángeles Ayala Moreno who won 1st prize in the XII 2009 edition of Entre Cuerdas y Metales. She will perform with the Cartagena Symphony Orchestra. 
Friday 26th February – Known worldwide as a violinist and conductor, Frenchman David Grimal returns to Cartagena together with the OSRM, to perform Mendelssohn’s ‘Violin Concerto’. The musicians will then perform Beethoven’s ‘Symphony No. 4’.

Saturday 10th April – Singer Sergio Dalma has rescheduled his tour ‘30… y tanto’ with two concerts to comply with the new regulations on capacity. The concert on February 6th is cancelled and tickets will be refunded. The new times will be 7pm and 10pm.

Friday 30th April – The ‘Concert Champêtre’ (‘Country Concert’), written for harpsichord by Francis Poulenc, will be performed by the harpsichordist, organist and fortepianist Silvia Márquez. This is considered a neoclassical piece with clear allusions to the Baroque, when the harpsichord was a common instrument. The OSRM cycle will end with the ‘First Symphony’, by the Russian composer Igor Stravinsky, conducted by Virginia Martínez.

Tickets and season tickets can be purchased at the El Batel Auditorium and Nuevo Teatro Circo box office, or for single concerts go to www.auditorioelbatel.es

Regional Film Library @ CAM Cartagena Culture Room 7pm
The works include ‘Sofía’, ‘For Sama’, ‘Senso’, ‘The Burden’, ‘I’m Not Afraid’, ‘We Were Not Born Refugees’, ‘Beauty And The Beast’, ‘The Tree, The Mayor And The Media Library’, ‘In The Gardens Of Murcia’ and ‘The Trip To Nowhere’, to commemorate the centenary of the birth of the filmmaker, novelist and playwright Fernando Fernán Gómez . Until April 8th with free admission until full capacity is reached.

Online Chess (until 28th May)
‘Chessline Cartagena’; an online chess platform that under the slogan ‘Ajedrizate’ aims to serve as an educational tool after school hours and to stimulate participation of schools to set up a Municipal Chess League. The approximate cost is 15€.

The online chess platform ‘Chesslang’, will enable both monitors and students to make video calls with a shared chess board, as well as options for different types of tournaments, online training and many other activities.

There will be group classes of 8-10 with specialized platforms to teach chess, for one hour a week divided by levels, education and age.