This weekend there are good proposals for recitals, theater, streaming, cinema and free activities. The shows include figures of different musical styles, in CABA and also in summer resorts such as Mar del Plata and Punta del Este.
The popular singer opens the Aperol Spritz cycle with a free show in Mar del Plata, with Candela Vetrano as a guest artist: DJ Chancleta. Saturday at 7:00 p.m. at Helena Beach in Playas Alfar, Paseo Costanero Sur, Pte Illia, 200 meters from the Lighthouse. Free entry with limited space, prior registration at www.aperolspritz.com.ar. Prohibited for persons under 18 years of age.
The famous Ukrainian duo led by DJs Artur and Batish arrives in Punta del Este, whose unique sound mixes melodies and depth of progressive with very hypnotic atmospheres typical of techno. In recent years they have gone from their first release, to position themselves as one of the most successful bands worldwide, before Juan Hansen and Facundo Mohrr play. Presents Crew Savage.Friday at 11 pm at Open Park in Punta del Este.
The show is called “Clásicos y Rock and Roll”, where the band led by Fernando Blanco interprets The Beatles’ classics and the rock and roll songs that influenced them. Saturday at 10:45 p.m. at Bebop Club, Uriarte 1658.
Manuel Fraga Trio
The talented pianist performs as a trio with the show “Nat & Oscar”. Friday at 8:00 p.m. in Borges 1975, Palermo.
Phoenix Jazz Band
The traditional group will do its show “50 years of jazz, 50 years of history.” Friday at 8:30 p.m. at Jazz Voyeur Club, Meliá Recoleta Plaza, Posadas 1557.
Sailing Over Nepal
Together with María Florencia Silva and Animals of Power and Laura Siesta. Friday at 9:00 p.m. in Mutar, Av Miter 982, Avellaneda.
Provincial Festival of Tourism in Achiras, Córdoba
Edition 60, with eight nights of shows in Plaza Sarmiento. This Saturday, Destination San Javier.
Married with kids
Guillermo Francella, Florencia Peña, Luisana Lopilato, Darío Lopilato, Marcelo De Bellis and Jorgelina Aruzzi are the stars of the theatrical version of the successful sitcom, a classic on Argentine television. Under the direction of Guillermo Francella, the books are by Axel Kuschevatzky and Diego Alarcón, the same duo responsible for Telefe’s fiction scripts. From Friday to Sunday, shows Corrientes 857. Seats from $7,000.
Tom, Dick & Harry
In this funny story of three brothers, Tom (Mariano Martínez) and his wife (Mercedes Oviedo) are about to adopt a baby. Dick and Harry (Bicho Gómez and Yayo Guridi), Tom’s brothers, are eager to help them make a good impression on the woman from the adoption agency (María Valenzuela), who has arrived to check on Tom’s home and lifestyle. the future parents. Directed by Nicolás Cabré. Friday at 9:00 p.m., Saturday at 8:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.; Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at Multiteatro Comafi, Av. Corrientes 1283. Tickets: $4,500.
Julius Fucik was a Czechoslovak writer and journalist. He was a member of the communist party of that country. Arrested by the Gestapo and after spending more than a year in prison, he was executed. During his ordeal in prison, he was writing day by day what he was experiencing on pieces of paper that a guard who was also part of the Czech resistance passed him. Once he dies, the wife who was in a concentration camp manages to save herself, collects all these writings and publishes it in a book that bears her name. Luis Gianneo directs and plays twelve different characters. Saturdays at 8:00 pm in the Belisario Theater, Av. Corrientes 1624. Tickets: $1,500.
Aven, a place without a floor
The new Fuerza Bruta show, a new show that seeks happiness. “We seek to be free, to recreate elements and effects of nature, playful and with a loving look, to recover that beauty that is already strange to us, that moves us to tears.” Friday at 10:30 p.m. in Sala Sin Piso/GEBA, Julio Argentino Noble and Ramon J Cárcano.
One of the most important Argentine musicals, written and directed by the duo made up of Pepe Cibrián and Ángel Mahler and produced by Tito Lectoure, premiered in 1991 at the Luna Park stadium and ran for five seasons at the same stadium, then two seasons at the Teatro Ópera de Buenos Aires and two more at the Astral (2011, 2016), also breaking records in ticket sales. In this version, part of the original cast participates, the duo of Juan Rodó and Cecilia Milone. Friday and Sunday at 9:30 p.m. at the Roxy-Radio City, San Luis 1750. Seats: from $4,500.
“The cat with boots”
Before having a mid-life crisis, Gato discovers a possible salvation: with the help of his ex-girlfriend Kitty Softpaws (Salma Hayek, another returnee), he puts on the GPS and goes to the Black Forest, in search of the mythical Wishing Star. ,
“The cat with boots” Good. Animation/Comedy. USA, 2022. Original title: “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish”, 103′, ATP. From: Joel Crawford, Januel Mercado. With the original voices of: Antonio Banderas, Salma Hayek, Florence Pugh, Harvey Guillen, Olivia Colman. Rooms: Cinemark Palermo, Cinépolis Recoleta, Showcase Norcenter.
Ginny and Georgia
Second season of the dramatic comedy that addresses the complicated relationship between a young mother and her teenage daughter. How can you live knowing that your mother is a murderer? Disturbed with the news that her stepfather did not die of natural causes, now Ginny (Antonia Gentry) must not only deal with the fact that Georgia (Brianne Howey) is a murderer, but that she did it to protect her. Now available on Netflix.
This six-part British thriller starring Iain Glen (Game of Thrones) follows the crew of an oil rig struggling to survive after a strange fog cuts off all communication with the coast, leaving them stranded in the North Sea in the midst of of mysterious supernatural events. Starting this Friday, on Amazon Prime Video.
Kaçis: terrorist escape
The first Star+ original series produced in Turkey follows war photographer Mehmet (Engin Akyürek, from fatmagul), who, together with other journalists, goes into the Ezidi village, a pre-Islamic minority massacred by jihadists in Iraq. The reporters are captured by a terrorist organization and will do everything possible to survive. All eight episodes, available on Star+.
Madoff: The Wall Street Monster
Docuseries revealing Bernie Madoff’s multi-billion dollar scam that destroyed the lives of countless investors. Featuring accounts from whistleblowers, employees, investigators, and victims, as well as statements from Madoff himself, the four episodes trace his rise to the top, from humble beginnings to becoming one of Wall Street’s most influential stockbrokers. . on netflix.
Ten-part Mexican drama with touches of adventure and humor that tells the story of Leonel Reina (Ricardo Abarca), a Mexican migrant child who is adopted into the United States during an illegal border crossing. Turned into a professional boxer and adapted to American culture, he is suddenly deported to his native country. Available on Disney+.
The Bad Batch
In the second season of the animated series, months have passed since what happened on Kamino. Following the fall of the Republic, the Bad Batch continue to navigate their journey through the Empire, where she will make new friends and enemies. The first two episodes, on Disney+. New chapters on Wednesdays.
the crimes of the academy
West Point, 1830. A detective is hired to discreetly investigate the gruesome murder of a cadet. But the code of silence of these students hinders his investigation, so he enlists one of the boys to help him, a young man the world will know as Edgar Allan Poe (Harry Melling). Period film with Christian Bale, Gillian Anderson and Lucy Boynton. From this Friday, on Netflix.
open air art gallery
It was opened in the Abasto neighborhood, at the request of the City’s Ministry of Culture and companies dedicated to industrial and artistic painting. For the realization of murals that will remain in the neighborhood for the enjoyment of the community, the renowned plastic artist Delia Cancela, the cartoonist and author of children’s books Isol Misenta, the filetadora Silvia Dotta were summoned, generating a new cultural tourist spot at the Buenos Aires level.
The initiative also contemplates a poetry by the artist Fernando Noy, an iconic character of the cultural identity of Abasto.
The biocultural corridor goes through the Zelaya passage (from Jean Jaures to Agüero) and Agüero street (from Zelaya to Juan D. Perón).
Passion of Crowds
More than 100 shirts from different clubs and the national team, balls, boots, cups, medals, photographs, videos, figurines, sheet music, credentials, parts of old stadiums and various surprises in an unmissable exhibition on the history of Argentine football since its inception. to the present.
The tour has a special room dedicated to the greatest legend of Argentine soccer: Diego Armando Maradona. Along with t-shirts and other objects belonging to the star, a mural by the artist from Maradona SanSpiga becomes one of the selfie-points of the exhibition.
Friday from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. National Historical Museum, Defensa 1600.