Calendar of Performing Arts

 Calendar of Performing Arts

From October until December. Every Thursday and Friday. 8:00 p.m. Cine Club Los Cabos brings to you a new cycle of film screenings called “Film Screenings in the Merkado,” don’t miss this event that will take place until December with the necessary health measures and respecting the healthy distance. A collection of Classic Movies will be screened outdoors every Thursday and the Children’s Movie Nights every Friday. The Merkado is located on the fourlane at the H+ Hospital area in San Jose. Limited availability. Spanish with English subtitles. Free. More info:

October. All Wednesdays and Saturdays. From 7:00 p.m. and 12 p.m. Queer Mexico Cinema Festival 3rd Edition. This film festival shows on the screen the broad panorama of LGBTTTIQ + identities. As has already happened with other competitions during this pandemic, Cinema Queer will be online through the FilminLatino platform and completely free. Just register on the page and enjoy the five titles scheduled for this edition of the festival. Of the programming, three films are Mexican and two Swedish; there are both fiction and documentaries. In addition to the exhibition of films, you can chat with the directors on Wednesdays at 7 p.m., and also with experts and activists on Saturdays at 12 p.m. All this to delve into the issues addressed by the films. The closing will be on Friday, October 30 at 7 p.m., with a concert led by Shitkid, a musical project with overtones of rock, grunge, punk, and with lyrics related to sex-gender dissidence. Free.  More info: 

October 14 to 18. Wednesday to Sunday. Different hours. The International Cervantino Festival (# 48FIC) of Guanajuato will be held virtually and free of charge from October 14 to 18. It will have the participation of 570 artists from Argentina, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Spain, the U. S., France, Portugal, the United Kingdom, Senegal and Uruguay. With a total of 27 dance, theater, music and opera groups. Create your own profile and enjoy the broadcasts available up to 24 hours after its launch, access audiovisual content and create your own virtual experience. More info: 

October 15. Thursday. From 8:30 p.m. Cinema Vagabundo, is back at the Cultural Pavilion! This Thursday it brings to you a short film sample at the open-air forum of the Pavilion. It is free, in Spanish with English subtitles and is at the same gray building area. More info:

As of October 16. Every Friday every 2 weeks. 8:00 p.m. Mariana Cinat and Lucio Bazzalo. They present a cycle of live performances on Instagram Live and through their official website. The show lasts approximately 45 minutes and is presented every Friday. The performance begins at 8:00 p.m. (Baja California Sur time). The audiovisual experience is carried out from the living room of a house, where through resources such as mapping, dance, projections and acting, they carry out this series of unique interventions. Each issue promises to be unique and unrepeatable. Musicalized by Kchi Homeless and Carla Di Grazia. Free. More info: and on Instagram: @marianacinat & @luchobaz

From Monday to Sunday. 6:30 p.m. Cuentos para antes de dormir (Tales before bedtime). It’s a Reading space made for “Sala de lectura Hermanita de Ysabela”. Every day you will enjoy different readings and poems for children, which will help you create new stories at bedtime. More info:

Every Monday and Thursday. 7:00 p.m. The Cine Club Los Cabos, brings to you every Monday short films and Thursdays movies to enjoy at home for free through its official page on Facebook, do not miss a good collection of the seventh art in the comfort of your home. More info:

Every Thursday. 8:00 p.m. Cinema Vagabundo, brings to you every Thursday movies to enjoy at home for free through its official page on Facebook. Enjoy the seventh art from your home. More info: 

Every day at all hours. Faces of Frida. Frida Kahlo is an icon of Mexico and a reference in world art, as well as being a figure that, due to her history, style and way of life, inspires thousands of people. Therefore, it is not surprising that she was chosen to be part of a retrospective art project on the Google Arts & Culture platform. It is an initiative of the Google Cultural Institute in which, through the use of technology and the reach of the internet, new experiences are created with works and museums from all over the world; it is possible to observe the details of works of art with higher resolution and brings the public closer to art worldwide. With the aim of bringing and expanding the experience towards the work and life of the Mexican painter, the virtual collection is made up of more than 800 pieces that narrate the life and emblematic works of Kahlo. You will find photos, letters and portraits, as well as sketches and first versions that are not usually available to the public. Thanks to Google Street View technology, it will be possible to take virtual tours of iconic Frida spaces, such as the Frida Kahlo Museum. Casa Azul, the Dolores Olmedo Museum, and the Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo Studio House, which complement the experience in a more experiential way. More info: ,