Mamma mia! Musical. C/Gran Vía, 78. Madrid. Teatro Coliseum.
Based on the songs of Swedish group Abba, Mamma mia! was the first musical written from the songs of a pop band. The author of the libretto, Catherine Johnson, placed the story on a Greek island and on the eve of a wedding, whose bride has to figure out who her real father. The humor, and songs of Abba , recognizable by every kind of audience , form the leitmotif of this story.
Forno Minutas Restaurant. C/ Hospital de Orbigo, 1. Zona Fuencarral – El Pardo
Elegant,modern ,original ,and above all, family friendly , so Forno Minutes as presented . A restaurant that offers friendliness to enjoy a modern, innovative flavors that respects the old Italian dishes , prepared with typical Mediterranean ingredients and recipes inspired by the Adriatic.If you are in Madrid, eating and drinking is not a deterrent (it takes and brings a bus from Plaza de Castilla and the other from Columbus) passes to get it big, without fear of controls.
Photo-Exhibition Dietmar Busse. "The Visitors".Arana Poveda. C/Lope de Vega, 22, Madrid. 09/09/2010 – 03/11/2010
To launch their new space , the gallery AranaPoveda presents the first solo exhibition which takes place in Spain Dietmar Busse (Berlin , 1966). Praised by prestigious New York art publications , the work of German photographer especially noted for his series of portraits .In his main focus is the individual and the psychological portrait of himself.For his series "The visitors", Dietmar invited different characters in the scene of downtown Manhattan to be photographed. The photographs in this set us back to classic photography of the 30s and 40s.