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Leisure Agenda VLC

Leisure Agenda VLC

Our Agenda will give you all the information you need about what’s going on in the city. Festivals, concerts, exhibitions, shows, etc. — a comprehensive events listing.

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THIS MONTH'S HIGHLIGHTS

Trade Fairs
From 20 April to 1 May
BOOK FAIR

The 52nd Fira del Llibre (Book Fair) is coming to the Viveros Gardens from 20 April to 1 May. There will be more than 80 stalls, making this event the ideal place to find that novel you’re looking for, some children’s books to introduce your kids to the thrill of reading, or a travel guide for your next trip.

Venue:  Viveros Gardens
http://www.firallibre.com
Shows
Saturdays in April, May and June
REGIONAL DANCES FEATURING DULZAINA AND TABALET

In Spring, Plaza del Mercat becomes the stage for weekend dances. Regional Valencian dance groups perform to the sound of the dulzaina and tabalet, the instruments most representative of Valencian folklore, and will also be showing the originality of the attire typical of the city. Performances will be on Saturday 1, 8 and 29 April, 6, 13, 20 and 27 May, and 3, 10, 17 and 24 June at 12:00.

Venue:  Plaza del Mercat
Festivities
24 April
San Vicente Ferrer

Easter week in Valencia is extended with the festivals of San Vicente Ferrer, the Patron Saint of the Valencian Community. During the festival, children re-enact the miracles of San Vicente on alters/stages erected in the thirteen neighbourhood areas of the city. These performances take place under the ever-watchful eye of the Saint whose image overlooks each of the platforms.

Venue:  Valencia City
http://www.visitvalencia.com/en/whats-on-offer-valencia/festivities/san-vicente-ferrer
Exhibitions
February – 25 June 2017
Julian Opie exhibition at Fundación Bancaja

Renowned internationally for his minimalist style and his basic, cartoon-like depictions of humans, British artist Julian Opie brings 30 of his works to the Bancaja cultural centre in Valencia until 25 June. The exhibits come from the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Santander Bank, Xavier Fiol Gallery, Mari Sequeira Gallery, Lisson Gallery and a score of private collections such as Hortensia Herrero’s. The collection includes paintings, backlit art, LED panels and videos. Some of these works have never been publicly exhibited before, for example “7 People Walking”, a giant six-metre long LED panel with moving figures. Complementing the exhibition are workshops for schools, OAPs, people with disabilities and those excluded socially, with the aim of bringing art, and the creative mind of Julian Opie, closer to these groups.

Venue:  Center Cultural Bancaja
http://www.fundacionbancaja.es/cultura/exposiciones/julian-opie.aspx
Music
Until 1 July
PALAU DE LES ARTS 2016/2017 SEASON

For opera lovers, the Les Arts season continues with “Lucrezia Borgia”, which can be seen until 8 May. With this piece, Gaetano Donizetti stages Victor Hugo’s drama that depicts an episode of the daughter from Valencia’s Borgia lineage. This popular title will be followed by “The Three-Cornered Hat” by Manuel de Falla, performed by the Spanish National Ballet. Two great works of opera will close the season: “Werther”, the novel by Goethe adapted by Jules Massenet, followed by “Tancredi”, by the master Rossini, closing on 1 July.

Venue:  Palau de les Arts
http://www.lesarts.com Purchase your tickets here >>
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