In Guayaquil

Lived photo exhibition Black and white abstractions, Quito World Heritage Site, by graphic chronicler Luis Chandiwhich was inaugurated last Friday, September 8 and will be available until September 27 of the same month in the multi-purpose room of the Anthropological and Contemporary Art Museum, located at Malecón Simón Bolívar and Loja Street, in Guayaquil.

On the 45th anniversary of its declaration as the first city to be declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, this exhibition brings together stories and images that reflect the streets, buildings, people and what life is like in the Ecuadorian capital. Entrance is free. Opening hours: Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Siddhartha Concert

Siddhartha, the former drummer of the Mexican band Zoé, will be a Show musical in the main hall of the Teatro Centro de Arte on Thursday, September 21 at 8:00 PM. As part of his 2023 Latin American Tour, the soloist promises to stop by the city of Guayaquil to perform new material from his most recent album. 00:00 and his most famous songs such as Unique And To be a part.

Tickets: general, $36; preference, $56; box, $76; 00:00, $100. They can be purchased on the official website of Meet2go.

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‘The Passion of Juana Arcos’, by Miguel Alvear: stories to celebrate 25 years of cinema OchoyMedio (Quito)

Cinema in Mz 14

Miss the screening of the film Kamisama no Iu tori or As the Gods wish because of the English title, by director Takeshi Miike, as part of the cycle live action Japanese cinema. The 2014 film, which runs 1 hour and 57 minutes, is an adaptation of the book of the same name written by Akeji Fujimura and Muneyuki Kaneshiro, and tells the story of a group of high school students who are forced to perform a play. game of death without knowing why or who.

On Saturday, September 23 at 3 p.m. in the cinema on the 3rd floor of Mz 14, 9 de Octubre en Panamá, corner. Free entrance.

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In Quito

Today Sunday the 17th, Don’t miss the last concert offered by Quito singer Mauro Samaniego at 5:30 PM.. The leader of the capital group Da Pawn ends his role as a soloist and will perform songs such as Marathon, Moon And Islandbelonging to his latest studio album, Simonalaunched in March 2022.

Singer Emi Valencia and producer Felipe Maldonado, known as Mojo Myst, will join Samaniego this evening at the bar-restaurant of ancestral flavors Azares, located at Leonidas Plaza Gutiérrez N24-432 and Luis Cordero.

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Jazz show

Enjoy the best of it on Saturday, September 23 jazz at the Itchimbía Cultural Center, vibrate with the energy of this exciting music genre.

From 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., artists such as the group Afrolegends from Colombia, the ensemble of saxophonist Gandhy Rubio, composer Ali Lema and Chonta Madre, a proposal by Andrey Astaiza, will perform during the final concert of the eighteenth edition of the Ecuador Jazz Festival 2023. Entrance is free. Address: Parque Itchimbía, José María Aguirre, Quito 170136.

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What’s new in streaming

The fourth and final season of the British comedy series Sex education will be released on Netflix this Thursday, September 21, after being announced in July this year as the episodes that will mark the end.

Guayaquil singer Yilda Banchón is sincere in her new song: What We Missed? and winks at ‘almost something’

Created by screenwriter Laurie Nunn, the plot follows the story of a diverse group of students at Moordale High School, who face various personal dilemmas, often related to sexual intimacy. The show was a ratings success, attracting over 40 million viewers after its debut on January 11, 2019.

Asa Butterfield returns for the final time in the lead role of Otis Milburna miserable and socially awkward teenager who gives sexual advice to his classmates, alongside actress Emma Mackey as Maeve Wiley, a character he has been romantically linked to in previous seasons, and Ncuti Gatwa in the role of Eric Effiong, Otis’ best openly gay friend, from a religious Ghanaian-Nigerian family.

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