Start April with these fun activities in Toluca

The State of Mexico Symphony Orchestra continues its 146 season and this Friday at eight o’clock in the evening in the Felipe Villanueva room it will give a concert in which it will perform works by Paul Hindemith; Aram Khachaturian and Heitor Villa-Lobos. This concert will be repeated on Sunday, April 3 at noon at the Conservatory of Music of the State of Mexico.

Today and tomorrow, the Cineteca Mexiconse will continue the screenings of its open-air film season; This Friday’s feature will be “Kill Bill Vol. 1” and tomorrow’s “Kill Bill. Vol 2”, films by director Quentin Tarantino (Picture: Special).

Today and tomorrow, the Cineteca Mexiconse will continue the screenings of its open-air film season; This Friday the function will be from the film “Kill Bill Vol. 1” and tomorrow “Kill Bill. Vol 2”, films by director Quentin Tarantino. Both functions will begin at 7:15 p.m. with free access.

Como parte de su Segunda Temporada, la Compañía Universitaria de Teatro tendrá hoy y mañana functions de la puesta en escena “Drácula G” en el Teatro Universitario Los Jaguares a las cinco de la tarde, mientras que el domingo da comienzo a las 16:00 Time. In the same room but at seven o’clock in the evening, “L’Odyssée des Rapsodas” is presented; both works have general access of one hundred pesos. Likewise, at the Los Jaguares Theater this Saturday and Sunday at one o’clock in the afternoon, the performances of “The court of the jesters” by the group La Gorgona Teatro begin, the cost of which is 60 pesos.

The “Pasiones por México” exhibition remains at the Fernando Cano University Gallery, it is an exhibition that pays homage to Huichol art through sculptures of all sizes entirely covered with glass beads. The public can visit it this Friday from nine in the morning to six in the afternoon, on Saturdays and Sundays access is from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and admission is free. The gallery is located inside the presbytery building.

Another recommendation for this weekend is to visit the Planetarium of Toluca where the free screenings continue at different times: 10:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. In this space with a 360-degree screen, material with scientific content is projected.

On Sunday, April 3 at two o’clock in the afternoon, the University Folkloric Ballet will perform at the Casa de las Diligencias University Cultural Center as part of the first dance season 2022 Steps in the Fulgor of the Sun. The event is free.

The Hacienda La Pila museum houses the exhibition “The Art of Song” composed of works inspired by 83 classic songs by Mexican composers. Access is free. In addition, the Cineteca Mexiconse also presents the exhibition “Masked wrestlers, a legend” in which about fifty film posters featuring Mexican wrestlers are presented, free admission. Both rooms are located in the Centro Cultural Mexiconse.

The cinema billboard in the Toluca Valley offers films of different genres for all tastes. For example, “Batman” by director Matt Reeves, starring Robert Pattinson. “Unprotected” is an action film whose cast is led by Samuel L. Jackson and Robert Patrick and tells the story of a female hitman who seeks revenge. “The Exorcism of God” is a horror and suspense film that tells the story of a possessed priest. And this Thursday “Morbius” arrived in commercial cinemas, an action thriller starring Jared Leto who embodies one of the characters of the Marvel world.



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