The Paseo de la Sal Puerto de Mazarrón, next to the new marina, will live for the next week the First Festival of Theatre "Rafael García Castillo".
Those who enjoy a walk along the sea will also have the option to see and hear outdoor theater and completely free.
Will be five plays from Monday 11 to Friday 15 July, from 23:00 hours.
This event was presented Thursday by the Mayor of Mazarrón, Alicia Jimenez, who wanted to emphasize that this is an activity that covers two objectives.
On the one hand, extends the range of summer activities with the theater scene, which to date had not been carried out.
And secondly, he recognized his name the work and commitment to the theater of the person of Rafael García Castillo, recently honored by the society Mazarron.
Alicia Jimenez has highlighted the linkage with the theater keeps the municipality where, for decades, different areas have been carrying out various activities related to this scenic art.
Rafael García Castillo has shown flattered by this new recognition and congratulated the consistory to offer theatrical activity in summer season, "so that tourists see that Mazarrón is not just sun and beach".
José María López Ballesta, director of the People's University of Mazarrón has invited his words to both locals and visitors come to witness the different plays, as it is an activity that brings enrichment as noted by humans.
The works represent respond to varied topics and try to satisfy everyone.
The schedule of performances starts Monday July 11 with "Forbidden Games" by UGTeatro.
On Tuesday July 12 will turn to "Tarantos", the theater group "The slaughterhouse".
On Wednesday July 13 "Tricycle" of ArtEfímero be staged.
On Thursday July 14, "By mutual agreement" of "imagined Space" and on Friday 15 July, "Bankers" stage adaptation of Rafael García Castillo interpreted by the Theatre Workshop of the People's University, in the past "in May Cultural".
The presentation ceremony has been attended by the director of the theater group "The Slaughterhouse" and the Councillor for Culture, Pedro Martinez.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Mazarrón