The Minister of Culture attended this Thursday to the staging of "The nine and forty-three"
The Rafael García Castillo Theater Festival changes its location Friday, moving to the natural scenery of Bahía Chica beach.
The contest closes its third edition, from 22:30 hours, with the representation of "A bunch of pícaros", assembly of Nacho Vilar Productions and interpreted by the actors Blas Sánchez and Salva Riquelme.
Throughout the week, four plays have been staged in the Puerto Deportivo before a large audience that has completed the locations every night.
The event, which is free to enter, brings the theater closer to the general public in an outdoor setting by the sea and is witnessed every year by more than 3,000 people.
The mayor of Mazarrón, Alicia Jiménez, accompanied on Thursday Miriam Guardiola, Minister of Culture and Marta López Briones, Director General of Cultural Assets, to the staging of "The nine and forty-three", winning work of the Premio Azahar de Performing Arts.
Alicia Jimenez highlighted in the presentation of the current edition "the commitment to theater that the current government team and the effort made to offer from the City Council a free and quality activity."
The Autonomous Community also collaborates by subsidizing, through the Institute of Cultural Industries and the Arts (ICA), some of the works that are staged.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón