Sunday 19 September 2021

“Teatro al Mediodia” Kicks Off 2013 Season Today

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mediodia021312The 2013 season of the “Teatro al Mediodia” (Theatre at Noon) begins today and every Tuesday at the Teatro Nacional (National Theatre) in downtown San José.

The program, in it’s sixth year, is an incredible way to get some culture and all for a few bucks.

Entrance is ¢1.500 colones (US$3), students and seniors pay half price.

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Today, at 12:10pm and for 30 minutes, you can enjoy a concert with the Big Band, a group of young professional musicians from Costa Rica in a presentation of Jazz, in the manner of the great bands that marked an era from the thirties.

The Big Band. Photo: Teatro Nacional
The Big Band. Photo: Teatro Nacional

Tickets can be purchased at the Teatro Nacioal box office, visiting the Teatro Nacional website or by calling (506) 2010-1112.

Take a virtual tour of the Teatro Nacional using the link below
Take a virtual tour of the Teatro Nacional using the link below

For a virtual view of the Teatro Nacional and the surrounding area go to:

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