Etiqueta 'Moscow Ballet'

What's On

Fiestas and events on Sunday

Demons' fire-runs in Can Picafort, Cas Català and Sineu; fireworks in Colonia Sant Jordi; Moscow Ballet in Alcudia.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter04/08/2019 06:30

Majorca

What's on in Majorca: 29 April-5 May

Majorca's oldest fair, Sineu's - 701 years old, though there is some debate about this. A number of other fairs of varying types, e.g. Cala d'Or, Muro, Paguera, Selva and Ses Salines. Twelve Tenors and the Moscow Ballet at Palma Auditorium. Queen tribute at the Trui Theatre. The Elixir of Love continues at the Teatre Principal. Beer Palma all week. Circaire weekend of street circus in Alcudia.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter28/04/2019 14:06

Majorca

What's on in Majorca: 31 December-6 January

Three Kings parades, the Moscow Ballet, the Mississippi Gospel Choir, the Johann Strauss Orchestra, and bells, grapes and live acts for New Year.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter30/12/2018 15:52

Majorca

What's on in Majorca: 1-7 January

Kings parades on Friday evening all over Majorca (selected list of times given here). Balearic Symphony Orchestra's New Year concerts; the Johann Strauss Orchestra and the Film Symphony Orchestra in Palma. Alabama Gospel Choir on Friday. Moscow Ballet at Palma's auditorium. Logicaltramp (Supertramp trib) on Sunday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter30/12/2017 00:00

Majorca

What's on in Majorca: 21-27 August

Fiestas for Saint Bartholomew the Apostle, with Soller's remarkable Esclatabutzes demons presenting their latest spectacular on Sunday and the odd "rodelles" spinning fire crackers in Montuiri on Wednesday. One of the most famous of all-night music events - Rock 'n' Rostoll - returns to its field near Maria de la Salut on Saturday. Axwell & Ingrosso bring the BH Stage season to a close on Thursday. And there are three evenings with the Moscow Ballet at Palma Auditorium from Friday.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter20/08/2017 00:00

Majorca

Three Kings what's on in Majorca: 2-8 January

Listed here are times for Three Kings parades across the island on Thursday, the grandest parade being that of Palma. If somewhere isn't listed, that doesn't mean there isn't a parade; getting information from all town halls isn't always straightforward. There are other events taking place, such as the performance of Llorenç Moyà's "Adoration" (with its satirical elements) in Palma's Ses Voltes park on Friday. Note that the Puerto Portals market has been extended and will finish on Sunday.

Andrew Ede01/01/2017 00:00