All Signs: Every year, the Sun travels through all 12 signs. This week the Sun enters Leo to stay for the next four weeks.
Sol and Beibi are the first same-sex couple to marry in San Miguel.
Special broadcast on June 9 at 10:30 AM on our Facebook page.
Mrs. Agustina Morales of Movimiento Ciudadano congratulates Mr. Mauricio Trejo for his success in the elections of our San Miguel...
A dazzling array of color and sound: On Saturday, July 24, at 7pm, inspired movement will meet Middle Eastern music in a sumptuous display of belly dance in the Santa Ana theater of the public library of San Miguel de Allende.
This concert of zarzuelas and Mexican songs compiles some of the most beautiful arias of zarzuelas and pays tribute to the fusion of cultures that today make up the national identity in Mexico and uses art as the great element of union between Spain and Mexico.
A musical “tuna” group has nothing to do with fishing, nothing to do with the fruit of the nopal. It’s a tradition born in Spain in the 13th century when poor university students created musical brotherhoods and played their instruments as a group to raise money.
This musical exploration will be brought to the theater for the first time with Santa Ana being the venue for this leap to creation and improvisation. The concert will be presented on Wednesday, July 7, 2021,
If you are in San Miguel, and you think that "there is nothing to do," you will want to read this.
If you like nature, here is the place for you to spend a perfect day.
Joining the Pride Month celebrations, the series kicked off with documentaries on LGBTQ+ to a huge success. We are thrilled to start the second month of MEXtape with “Things We Dare Not Do” by Bruno Santamaría, currently premiering in cinemas across Mexico.
It’s been a long time since San Miguel de Allende has had very many opportunities for live theater. As the city becomes vaccinated and things are opening up again, the Between the Lemon Trees Players are presenting a hilarious comedic production of “A Bench in the Sun” by Ron Clark.
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