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Today, December 1

Alcudia. 10.00. Guided tour Historical centre. Every Wednesday. Reservations at Tourist Office.

Santanyi. 12.00. Organ music by Jordi Bosch. Sant Andreu church. Free. Every Wednesday and Saturday.

Tomorrow, December 2

Inca. 11.30. Organ music. Santa Maria la Major church.

Palma. 20.00. Balearic Symphony Orchestra. Trui Teatre (Cami de Son Rapinya, 29) by La Salle School in Palma. 30 euros at truiteatre.es. Tango pieces by Argentinean composer Astor Piazzolla. Soloist Leticia Moreno (violin) and Pablo Mielgo (director).

Palma. 21.00. Mecano tribute with Robin Torres. Palma Auditorium (Paseo Maritimo, 18). From 30 euros at auditoriumpalma.com.

Tribute to Piazzolla tomorrow evening

Born in Madrid and of Peruvian descent, violinist Leticia Moreno has strong ties with Latin America. She usually goes to Peru each year to perform, but elsewhere in South America she has been inspired by a composer from the land of the tango - the Argentine Astor Piazzolla, who was born in March 1921.

Piazzolla, whose instrument speciality was the bandoneon, revolutionised traditional tango and thus created “nuevo tango”, which incorporated elements of the classics and jazz.
Leticia Moreno, who received the highest degree ever at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London for her final recital, is the Balearic Symphony Orchestra’s latest invited soloist. This week’s concert is a tribute to Piazzolla, she having recorded an album entitled ‘Piazzolla’ for Deutsche Grammophon.

Thursday, 8pm, Trui Theatre, Cami Son Rapinya 29, Palma


Open from 8AM to 1PM

Today Andratx, s’Arenal, Bunyola, sa Cabana (Marratxi), Capdepera, Cas Concos (Felanitx), Deya, Llucmajor (Passieg Jaume III), Llucmajor (Maioris), Las Palmeras, Petra, Puerto Pollensa, sa Rapita, Selva, Sencelles, Sineu and Vilafranca de Bonany. In Palma: s’Arenal and es Coll d’en Rabassa.

Tomorrow S’Arenal (flea market), Ariany, Calonge, Campos, Consell, Inca, es Llombards, Moscari, Palmanyola, Portol, Puerto Soller, ses Salines, Sant Joan and Sant Llorenç des Cardassar. Palma: Can Pastilla and Pere Garau.

Christmas Corner


Palma. From 10.00 to 21.00. Christmas Market open now at Plaza Major, Plaza España, Porta Pintada, la Rambla-Via Roma and la Plaza des Mercat. Runs until January 5 and 6.


Palma. Pueblo Español Christmas Market. 16.30 - 2L3.00 (Fri 10 , 17 & 31; Sat 25 & 1). On Saturday (11 & 18) and Sundays (12, 19, 26 & 2) from 12.00 to 23.00. On Monday, 6 and Wednesday 8 from 12.00 to 23.00 and Tuesday 7 from 16.30 to 23.00. Runs until January

Palma. Circo Alegria: “Circo on Ice”. 19.00. Son Fusteret fairgrounds. Climatised tent. Runs Friday’s to Sunday’s. Special days for public holidays. Duration 90 minutes. For children 1 to 10 years. Need to be 45 minutes before showing. Prices from 9.50 to 35.50 euros. Complete times at https://www.circoalegria.es/

Palmanyola. Christmas Wonderland. Craft market, ice skating, mini show and Santa Claus. Hours fromm 18.00 to 22.00 on 3/12, 10/12 & 17/12. On 4/12, 11/12, 12/12, 18/12 & 19/12 hours 13.00 to 23.00. Son Amar (Carretera Palma-Sóller KM 10.8). Runs until December 19. Children 0 to 10 are free. Adults 5 euros. Reservations www.sonamar.com.


Llucmajor. Bodegas Vi Rei Christmas market. From 12.00 to 20.00. Runs until Tuesday December 7. Need make reservation at 971 007 460 or 682 080 342.


Palma. Celebrate a Scandinavian Santa Lucia. Join the Bulletin at Gastroteca Mauricio (Mercat Oliver 1st floor, Palma). 13.00. Call Cathy on 971 788 405 (Monday to Friday 09.00 to 14.00) to reserve. 40 euros per person.


Puerto Portals. 10th Edition Christmas market. More information TBA. Runs until January 6.


Port Adriano. Christmas event. From 12.00 to 20.00 daily except 24 and 31 December until 16.00. The “Ice Park” will be back in the central square of Port Adriano. Both the entrance to the park and the rental of the skates are only available for those over 4 years old. And if skating is not your thing, we have a giant slide, 3 metres high and 30 metres long. On the three lanes of this attraction, the young and not so young will have a great time.
Free. Runs until January 9.