Cabo de Palos
Saturdays in March
Maritime Heritage and Sustainable Development 12pm
The activities include interesting conferences about natural and cultural heritage, the values of fishing (its present and its future) and tourist, social and cultural projects. There will also be talks by different experts in Calblanque, the coves of Cabo de Palos in the archaeological and architectural environment. There will also be a guided boat trip to the Marine Reserve. The headquarters and starting point of all activities will be from the SubUp Hostel in Cabo de Palos.
Tel 968 128 810
Tel 968 128 800 – Market Wed
Let’s Go to the Snow
Saturday 7th March – aimed at people between 14 & 35 years (minors must be accompanied) for a day of Skiingor Snowboarding in Sierra Nevada, with equipment and pass included. 65€ pp For more information call 968 128 862 or email to email@example.com
Exhibition Oasis de la Jara at the Museo de la Muralla Bizantina
History of the medieval monastery of San Ginés de la Jara
Open until 29th March:
Tue-Fri 10am-2pm & 5pm-8pm
Sat & Sun 11am-2pm
Exhibition Art and Oral Tradition – Vidal Máiquez shows a selection of original illustrations made in Chinese ink to accompany the stories of Pablo Díaz in the Museum of the Roman Theater.
Open until 20th April.
XI Art Festival Mucho Más Mayo May 8thth
Projects selected by a committee will become part of the festival programme. The motto for 2020 is ‘Before the collapse. Art and climatic emergency’. The deadline for the presentation of projects is Sunday March 8th.
Registration and documentation may be submitted in digital format on https://seguro.cartagena.es/sedeelectronica/tramites/detalleTramite.asp?codTramite=1528 or by registered mail.
Thursday 30th April – XXIII String and Brass Competition byDepartment of Youth and the Conservatory of Music of Cartagena Department of Youth will be held in the Isidoro Máiquez Hall of the Auditorium and Congress Hall El Batel.
Exhibition – the African Ritual Sculpture is exhibited in the Bambara Art Gallery until April 8th.
The primary function of ritual art in the African continent is to reaffirm the truth and the presence of spirituality in all facets of human life. All the force of that emotion is reflected in the cults destined to establish a constant and direct relationship between the inhabitants of the earth and the Creator. The works of African ritual art are elegant and powerful, conceptual and pure, elaborate and timeless, complex and tense. They highlight its beauty, its simplicity, its energy and its philosophical dimension.
Open: Tues-Fri 5pm-8pm
Cinema, Theatre, Music and Literature through the programme ‘Read, Think, Imagine’ in the Ramón Alonso Luzzy Cultural Centre. Free.
Monday 2nd March – Film Comme Un Lion 9am
Tuesday 3rd March – Book Recital with José Martinez Hemandez 8pm
Thursday 5th March & Tuesday 10th – Presentation of Books by Josefina Soria 8pm
Friday 13th March – Una Intima Conviccion 8pm
Monday 16th March – Film Belle Et Sebastien 9am & 11.30am
Wednesday 18th March – Concert with Vincente Palao 7pm
Wednesday 25th March – Book Recital with José Martinez Hemandez 8pm
Thursday 26th March – Book Recital with José Martinez Hemandez 8pm
Auditorium El Batel de Cartagena
Tickets can be purchased both at the box office and on the auditorium website .
Thursday 5th March – VII Concert for String & Brass 8pm 8€ (50% disc avail)
Triple Concert with 3 winning musicians:
Felipe Rodríguez García – violin. (I Prize I ECyM Edition)
Irene Ortega Albaladejo – cello. (First Prize VIII ECyM Edition)
Gabriel Escudero Braquehais – piano. (I Prize II Edition ECyM)
Saturday 14th March – Freddie Mercury supporters are in luck because to close the programme, they will enjoy ‘Rhapsody of Queen’; a new international show with Queen’s best known songs, with four international singers, a great rock band and powerful staging. The public will undoubtedly enter a new dimension full of magic that they will never forget.
El Nuevo Teatro Circo de Cartagena
More information and purchase of tickets go to www.nuevoteatrocirco.com
Friday 27th March – Life is Rocanrol
The last monologue of Miguel Ángel Rodríguez since he decided to go on stage without his band, ‘Los Mojinos Escozíos’. He tells how at the end of a concert of his band, he enters his dressing room reeking of Rock and Roll. While he removes his leopard rags and rusty necklaces, he not only undresses on the outside, but he also undresses in body and soul and confesses how hard it is to live being a rocker. What does his mother think of his hair, his clothes and his tattoos? How does a guy who has a group educate his children? What does a Rock Star do when it’s time to be president of his neighbourhood community? These and many other questions to be resolved.
X Municipal Campaign ‘Let’s Go To The Theatre’:
@ Ramón Alonso Luzzy
March 3rd: Comesueños: Infant 3-5 years and Primary 6-7 years
March 31st: In Case Of Harassment (a respect): Secondary 12-15yrs and Baccalaureate.
April 21st: The Cloud That Didn’t Want To Rain: Primary 8-11yrs
April 30th: When Dr Jekyll Met Mr Hyde: Elementary 8-11yrs
@ Municipal Auditorium and Congress Centre, El Batel
March 10th: The Great Game of Verdi: Primary 8-11yrs
April 29th: Eliakan, The Nosy Elephant: 3-5yrs and Primary 6-7yrs
April 30th: The Last Crazy Adventure Of Holmes: Secondary 12-15yrs
Book at www.educateatro.es.
Tel 968 128 800 ext. 7055
XXIII Classical Music Competition for String and Brass Instruments @ Auditorium of El Batel – 12th March – 30th April
Thursday 12th March – String Semi-Final 5pm
Monday 16th March – Percussion Semi-Final 5pm
Wednesday 18th March – Brass Semi-Final 4.30pm & 6.30pm
Monday 23rd March – Wood Wind Semi-Final Part I 4.30pm & 6.30pm
Tuesday 24th March – Wood Wind Semi-Final. Part II 5pm
Wednesday 25th March – Piano Semi-Final. 5.30pm
Thursday 26th March – Chamber Music Semi-Final 5pm
Monday 30th March – String Semi-Final 5pm
Thursday 2nd April – String Final 6pm
Tuesday 14th April – Percussion Final 6pm
Wednesday 15th April – Brass Final 6pm
Thursday 16th April – Chamber Music Final 6pm
Monday 20th April – Singing Semi-Final & Final 6pm
Tuesday 21st April – String Final 6pm
Wednesday 22nd April – Piano Final 6pm
Thursday 23rd April – Wood Wind Final 6pm
Thursday 30th April – Closing Concert dedicated to Beethoven by Orchestra of the Conservatory of Music of Cartagena 8pm
XII Teleco LAN Party – 8thth April
The Municipal Sports Palace of Cartagena will have more than 10,000 metres of fibre optic and network cable so that participants can enjoy maximum Internet speed for multiple electronic sports tournaments (esports) in one of the most modern infrastructures in Cartagena. Players from all over Spain will compete in a technological environment designed specifically for electronic sports, forming a great show for attendees and participants.
Tel 868 049 941/692 925 970 – Market Tues
Market Tues & Sat (Los Narejos)
Tel 968 172 041 – Market Wed & Thurs
San Javier Squalos Rugby @ Rugby field,PDM Sports Ground
Men Tues & Thurs 8.30-10.30pm
Women Tues & Thurs 10.00-11.30pm
12-18yrs Tues & Thurs 7.30-9.00pm
6-10yrs Thurs 6pm-7pm & Sat 10am-11am
Every Monday – HAH Help at Home Table Top Sale @ La Zona Bar 10am-1pm
Every Monday – Friendship Group @ The Garden Bar & Lounge 11am
Saturday 7th March & 4th April – Free Urban Art Bike Route
Enjoy more than 150 murals in the municipality. Depart 10am from the Integral Centre for Tourism and Local Development.
Bring water, cap, comfortable clothes and shoes. Approx 2hrs. If you don’t have a bike, they will lend you one.
Reservations at Tourist Office
Wednesday 25th March – HAH Fundraiser/Terry Morgan / Salad, Egg / Chicken & Chips, Bread, Dessert @ Los Urrutias 1pm for 1.30pm 9€
Tel 634 302 211
XXVI Theatre Contest @ Civic Centre
7€/25€ for all events except Jesus Christ Superstar
Reservations at Teatro La Aurora Group 650 587 622
Saturday 7th March – The Circus Of Old Price Musical 9pm
Saturday 14th (9pm) & Sunday 15th (8pm)
March – Merchant of Venice
Saturday 21st (9pm) & Sunday 22nd (8pm)
March – And Tomorrow What
Saturday 28th (9pm) & Sunday 29th (8pm)
March – Goflus Romanicus
Saturday 18th (9.30pm) & Sunday 19th (8.30pm) April –
Jesus Christ Superstar @ Paco Saura Huerto Fairground 7€
Santiago de Ribera – 968 571 704 – Market Wed
Wednesday 11th March – Free Boat Trip from Puerto Tomás Maestre, La Manga to Santiago Ribera and backdiscovering the history, formation, evolution and particularities of La Manga del Mar Menor and its surroundings.
Depart from the ferry dock in Puerto Tomás Maestre at 12.15pm
15min stop in Santiago de Ribera. Wear comfortable clothes and shoes and sun protection. Reservations at Tourist Office.
Visit Documentation and Exhibition Centre, Cabo de Palos (Tel 606 426 120) and/or visit the Lighthouse of Cabo de Palos and its surroundings, following the local trail ‘10,000 Healthy Steps’.
San Pedro del Pinatar
Tel 968 182 301 – Market Mon & Thurs (Lo Pagan)
Tel 968 579 937 – Market Thurs (Balsicas) & Sat (Dolores)
Every Tuesday in March at 5pm – Guided Tour of Another Planet Brewing 10€ to include tastings. Booking essential on 664 694 344
1st March-2nd August – Sima de las Palomas, Cabezo Gordo & Cueva del Agua 9am-2pm
Located on the southern slope of the Cabezo Gordo, the only mountainous elevation of Torre Pacheco and is a historical reference for navigators and residents of the Campo de Cartagena. In 1991, the casual discovery of the jaws joined with the jaw of a Neanderthal, launched the scientific excavation at Sima de las Palomas, the site of the most important Neanderthal Man in the Spanish Mediterranean.
1. Sima de las Palomas will be explained by the team of archaeologists.
2. Cabezo Gordo – Neanderthal Tales.
3. Cueva del Agua – old mine with a natural water lagoon where bats live.
The Tourist Information Point will provide you with a stickerto establish which group you will be in. Each hour 2 groups of 50 people will be organized from 9am according to order of arrival.
3€ pp. Submit proof of payment at the Information Point.
Meeting point: South slope of Cabezo Gordo. Esplanade Cave of the
Giant’s Foot. Wear comfortable shoes, hat, sun protection, water and torch.
Bring your camera and participate in the ‘El Cabezo Gordo Discover it’ Photography Contest and win a day as an archaeologist at Sima de las Palomas.
During the day you can buy snacks, soft drinks, craft beer, etc.
Saturday 7th March – Main Carnival Parade 6pm
Friday 27th & Saturday 28th (9am-9pm) & Sunday 29th (9am-7pm) March – Equimur @ IFEPA