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Andrew Lloyd Webber cancels the premiere of his long-awaited musical ‘Cinderella’ a day before due to a case of coronavirus in the cast | Culture

Andrew Lloyd Webber on December 16, 2019, in New York.ANDREW KELLY / Reuters He says the decision has been “devastating” and has “broken his heart.” Still, Andrew Lloyd Webber believes he has made the right choice: the celebrated billionaire composer and theater producer has announced just one day in advance the cancellation of the premiere […]

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Cannes Film Festival: Sean Penn Falls (Again) With ‘Flag Day’ | Culture

Dylan Penn and his father Sean, during the presentation to the press this Sunday of ‘Flag Day’.IAN LANGSDON / EFE Because of him they changed the rules of the Cannes festival. Five years ago, Sean Penn walked with a heavy heart to the gala session of I’ll say your name a love drama in the […]

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July 18, the day the Spanish Civil War began | Culture

It was a summer Saturday and it was terribly hot. A young Galician woman was preparing for the town festival. The Civil Guard, finding her in the street, dispelled any hint of doubt. The dance came to an abrupt end: “Go home, girl.” That same morning, on July 18, 1936, the government of the Republic […]

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Coronavirus: A day at the museum … to get vaccinated | Culture

Mónica Fernández, already close to 50 years old, went this Thursday to the Ibero Museum of Jaén, but not to do cultural tourism, but to inoculate herself against the covid. “At least this place is central,” said this Jaen after receiving her first dose of the vaccine on the ground floor of a space inaugurated […]

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Follow the meeting ‘The day the Civil War started’ | Culture

On July 18, 1936, the Government of the Second Republic addressed the Spanish through the radio to announce the rebellion of the Army in Morocco. It was eight thirty in the morning. Although the note tried to convey calm and a sense of normalcy, everyday life came to a halt between shots and confusing rumors. […]

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The day the Civil War started | Culture

Burning in a Madrid street of the material from the Real Estate Registry in July 1936. On July 18, 1936, the Government of the Second Republic addressed the Spanish through the radio to announce the rebellion of the Army in Morocco. It was eight thirty in the morning. Although the note tried to convey calm […]

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Fatal “K day” in the cathedral of Santiago | Culture

The cathedral of Santiago is an ecosystem. A giant body with unique ailments, which do not coincide with those suffered by other monuments. It has its own climate. An orography full of conflicts due to the superposition of architectural styles. Countless life forms fighting to colonize it, from algae on the walls to pine trees […]

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13 plans for Museum Day | Culture

The International Museum Day, which takes place this Tuesday, May 18, is a worldwide event, coordinated by the International Council of Museums (ICOM), a non-governmental organization dependent on UNESCO, created in 1946, dedicated to the promotion and protection of cultural heritage . Museum Day was established in 1977 and each year ICOM selects a central […]

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The day that ETA put the Franco regime in check | Culture

The assassination of Luis Carrero Blanco, President of the Spanish Government, marked a turning point in the terrorist group ETA. Historian Antonio Rivera, author of the book December 20, 1973, The day that ETA put the Franco regime in check, analyzed this episode together with the journalist Luis R. Aizpeolea, specialized in the criminal group, […]

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‘Harlem 1958’: The day jazz musicians got up early | Culture

It is known as A Great Day in Harlem or simply Harlem 1958, and it is the most celebrated choral photo in the history of jazz. It became a prototype: it has been recreated with writers, rappers, actors and, of course, jazzmen from different latitudes. It had a lot of miracle. His actor, Art KaneHe […]

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