AFTER two decades of silence, the
Now, it will get a new lease of life with a “simple and symbolic” performance which includes the presentation of baritone Carlos Alvarez, guitarist Daniel Casares, and painter Andres Merida, who will create a work of art on stage.
The performance is free and will start at , but space is limited to 220 people, although many more will be able to watch from Calle Alcazabilla.
“The theatre will be used for small things, such as classical plays and concerts” he explained, “all of which will be held in the summer”.
The city hall is waiting for authorization from the Junta de Andalucia although they don’t expect any setbacks.
The Roman Theatre of Malaga dates to the 100 BC when the city was part of the Roman
The theatre remained hidden under the gardens of the Archives and
By Jennifer Leighfield