The Councilor for Culture, Pilar Martínez, today presented the cultural and Vico Theater agenda corresponding to the last quarter of the year.
"This is a program that, as usual, is full of activities for all ages and tastes, which has once again counted with the municipality's groups," said the mayor of the area.
For October 19, it is planned at the Vico Theater, 'Much noise about nothing', one of the most outstanding works of the quarter.
Likewise, on November 2, the work 'The lost letter from the eighties' stands out, for the benefit of ARJU, as well as two works of the Titeremurcia Festival.
In November, the music will be the protagonist on the occasion of the celebration of Santa Cecilia and in December, the Christmas activities.
To this are added different acts of the departments of Equality and Social Policy on the occasion of the days against gender violence and against sexual exploitation.
Tickets for all shows will be on sale starting next Monday at the usual opening hours of the Vico Theater box office.
Outside the Vico Theater, the cultural agenda also has several storytellers, children's activities in museums, youth cinema and exhibitions.
In addition, a cycle of classic cinema has been programmed in the Auditorium in collaboration with the newly created Cineclub.
"Tenorio will not be missing in the street, an activity of great acceptance in recent years," said Pilar Martínez.
On November 15, Gregorio Romero will be named as Socium of Honor 2019 of the Jerónimo Molina Museum.
In addition, two children's and youth reading clubs have been launched again in the Municipal Library.
The complete agenda can be consulted and downloaded via the web and social networks of the City Council and in print in the different cultural spaces and Tourist Office.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Jumilla