Adeje’s annual Festival de Teatro y Danza returns for another season of performances, the 21st time the festival has been run. The series starts on Friday 2 November and continues throughout the month with performances in the town’s Cultural Centre auditorium, and Culture councillor Adolfo Ferrera said that the festival “has become a firm and favourite part of our annual calendar of artistic events and is evidence of our commitment to the art in general”. The council hopes that all scenic arts lovers will accept the invitation to enjoy each one of the works in the festival, the whole programme for which is HERE.

 

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