Teatro Cervantes de Almería

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Teatro Cervantes
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Exterior of the theatre
Full name Círculo Mercantil e Industrial y Teatro Cervantes
Location Almería
Coordinates 36°50′13.5″N 2°27′49.2″W / 36.837083°N 2.463667°W / 36.837083; -2.463667
Type Theatre
Construction
Built 1898-1921
Opened 1921
Architect Enrique López Rull

Cervantes Theatre, or Teatro Cervantes de Almería is a theatre named after Miguel de Cervantes in the south-east Spanish province of Almería.

The Partido Comunista de España presented his candidature in a public meeting at the theatre formed by Justiniano Bravo, Luis Navarro Pérez, Vicente Arroyo Pérez and José Bullejos.[1] On October 30, 1993, Luis Jiménez Canga-Argüelles pronounced in a public meeting:[2]

...alentando a todos los hombres de derechas para que se unan y procuren el resurgir de España, con el mismo tesón que defendieron lo más sagrado que guarden en su pecho.

Performances[edit]

On April 23, 2017, the singer Mar Hernández gave a concer with his band composed by Juanma Linde, Pepe Mañas, Jesús Morales, José Manuel Prada, Cesar Maldonado, Jordi Spuny and his father Francis Hernández.[3] It also had the guest artists Aitor Sáez and César Maldonado.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ López López 2016, p. 187.
  2. ^ López López 2016, p. 204.
  3. ^ R. I. (April 17, 2017). "Mar Hernández, de La Voz Kids, en el Teatro Cervantes". Ideal. Almería. Retrieved June 27, 2017.
  4. ^ La Voz (April 27, 2017). "Mar Hernández, un talento sin límites, una voz que emociona". La Voz de Almería. Almería. Retrieved June 27, 2017.

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Coordinates: 36°50′13.5″N 2°27′49.2″W / 36.837083°N 2.463667°W / 36.837083; -2.463667