Agenda First weekend of March

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Urban, contemporary and acrobatic international and national dance shows aimed at the whole family, a photographic exhibition that will allow the visitor to observe a fresh version of Costa Rica through the eyes of 22 women and a work that will make the public reflect on issues as sensitive as power, politics and violence against women, it is the cultural agenda that the Ministry of Culture and Youth will offer this weekend.

Free show for the whole family awaits you this Saturday at Parque La Libertad

Show aimed at the family will include the participation of international companies such as: Aina Lanas-Contemporary Dance-Urban Company, African Dance (Spain), Collectif Sola´s (France-Costa Rica), Alice & Alex – Acrobalance (Ukraine-Costa Rica ), in addition to the national group the Aerodynamic-Acrobalance Duo and the Costa Rican artist Jennifer Lobo, who will show her contortion exhibition, awaits the Costa Rican family this Saturday, March 7, starting at 7 pm, in the auditorium of Parque La Libertad, located in Fatima de Desamparados.

“En Ruta a Festival Cultivando La Paz”, is a preamble of the “Festival of Performing Arts”, which will take place from July 6 to 12, in La Libertad Park.

“We invite all people to come and not miss this opportunity to enjoy a show of this level, where we will have artists like Aina who has presented their shows in Europe. We urge you to come closer to share with us a night full of magic, energy and movement. We are waiting for you, ”said Sol Carballo, director of the School of Dance, Theater and Circus at Parque La Libertad.

If you would like more information about the show “En Ruta a Festival Cultivando La Paz” or the Performing Arts Festival to be held in July, you can call 2276-9400 ext. 2095/2081, either follow the Facebook page or the Facebook profile Dance School, Theater and Circus – Parque La Libertad.

77 photographs of 22 photographers present women in their diverse roles and social environments


Within the framework of the International Women’s Day, the José Figueres Ferrer Cultural and Historical Center (CCHJFF) will inaugurate the graphic exhibition, “Costa Rica with women’s eyes”, which is accompanied by an editorial publication.

The exhibition is shown in print and digital format and will be open to the public from this Saturday, March 7 and until the 21st of this month, from Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., in the CCHJFF Gallery.

“The exhibition, composed of 77 photographs and the editorial project, is a fresh version of our country in the eyes of 22 women who, in the face of various sensations, contexts and realities, tell us about themselves. In line with the sustainable development agenda, these perspectives allow us to measure part of the contributions and challenges of women in a multicultural and multiethnic society, and for those who require greater equity, necessary action for the construction of peace, ”said Hugo Pineda, director of the CCHJFF.

“To dream that we are not fleeing” reflects on issues such as power, politics and violence against women


This staging deals with a bit of humor different situations that the characters live, the fragility of life and, at the same time, calls to think and place themselves in the role of the other.

“To dream that we are not fleeing”, by Ana Francis Mor, directed by Natalia Regidor and with performances by Gabriela Alfaro, Sylvia Sossa and Dennis Quirós, this weekend is presented at the Vargas Calvo Theater, with performances on Fridays and Saturdays, At 8 pm and on Sundays, at 5 p.m.

“In this work we see the work that the queen has to flee, to be safe because her life is in danger; Next to her goes her faithful maid, she has to make the decision to accompany her. We are portrayed a little by the position of these people who have no choice because their life is equally in danger when it is another who decides and is a power, an invisible hand, ”said Sylvia Sossa, producer and actress.

The general entrance has a cost of ¢ 8,000 colones; students and senior citizens with a card, ¢ 5,200 colones. This discount only applies to the Theater ticket office and through the call center. Purchase tickets at the ticket office of the National Theater, on the website and tel .: 2010-1110.


International Festival of Storytellers “Alajuela City Word” 2020

From March 5 to 14, and will feature Tico storytellers and international guests from Spain, Colombia, Cuba, Argentina, Mexico and Japan, who will take the stage and awaken images, characters, adventures and mysteries in the minds of adults and children.

Bull Gala-Liberia

Enjoy the Bull gala on Saturday, March 7, at 12 noon, leaving the Royal Bridge of Liberia. Activity open to the public, declared Intangible Cultural Heritage.


Guanacaste Concert Band will offer a concert dedicated to women, as the closing of the Liberia 2020 Festival. On Sunday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m., on the stage of cultural events in the Liberia Park. Admission is free.

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