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96 665 81 96 Email: email@example.com Elche 'museum bonus ticket' gives people the opportunity to visit the city's museum of archaeology and history (MAHE), the fiesta museum, the Moorish baths, the museum of contemporary art, the palm museum, the palaeontology museum and La Calahorra tower all for a price of €8. The ticket is available from the city's tourist information offices and the museums themselves and gives holders unlimited access to all of the above venues for a period of 48 hours from the date of purchase. Entry to all of the listed museums without the ticket would cost double
Archaeological (MAHE), Calle Diagonal del Palau 7, 96 661 53 82 Moorish baths Passeig de les Eres Santa Lucia 96 545 28 87 Palaeontology (MUPE) Plaza de Sant Joan
96 545 88 03. Now incorporating a scheme to assist visitors with visual disabilities museum museum
Torre de Vaillos open to the public every Sunday from 10.00-14.00
Until September 17: Inmaterial, patrimonio y memoria colectiva (Intangible, heritage and collective memory) an exhibition at Elche museum of archaeology and history (MAHE), featuring 95 photographs about daily life, customs and traditions in Spain. MAHE is situated at Calle Diagonal del Palau 7, Elche and is open from 10.00-18.00, Monday to Saturday, and from 10.0015.00 on Sundays and public holidays. Entrance to the exhibition is free
Until October 15: Photoclot, a photography contest aimed at ‚immortalising the Clot de Galvany‘, is being organised by Elche environment department. All entries must be taken within THE CINEMAPILAR English film association will be screening the Gurinder Chadhadirected historical drama Viceroy’s House on Thursday, September 21st at 19.00 and Saturday, September 23 at 17.00.
The film stars Gillian Anderson, Michael Gambon, Hugh Bonneville, Simon Callow, Lily Travers and Om Puri and recounts the story of when, in 1947, Lord Mountbatten assumed the post of last Viceroy and was tasked with handing India back to its people whilst living upstairs at the house which was the home of the British rulers. At the same time 500 Hindu, Muslim and Sikh servants lived downstairs.
Prior to that on Saturday, September 16 at 17.00 they will be showing the John Lee Hancock-directed biopic The Founder.
Starring Michael Keaton, Nick Offerman, John Carroll Lynch, Laura Dern and Linda Cardellini, the film recounts the story of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc and chronicles the boundary of the Clot de Galvany municipal nature park. To participate, photos must then be uploaded to the Facebook page El Clot de Galvany with the hashtag #PhotoClot2017 and the park needs to be tagged. Entries are being accepted from September 1 to October 15 and there will be three prizes. The first and second prizes will be selected by a professional jury, and the third prize will be for the photo with the most Facebook ‚likes‘. The first prize is a Sony DSCHX400V 20.4 mega-pixel digital camera; the second is a GoPro H2 4k Ultra HD WiFi camera; and the third is Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 his work transforming the business from a small burger chain in 1950s California to a global franchise. Along the way, he wrests control of the company from its actual founders, the McDonald brothers who believe that Kroc’s business decisions are stripping the restaurant of its heart and soul.
Standard admission for all films is €5 for adults and €3 for children, however there are also two adult bonus ticket schemes: one covering eight films for €30 and another for four films at €15 - meaning savings of €10 and €5 respectively.
The bonus tickets are valid until they are completely used, there is no time scale and the holder does not have to visit each week.
For further information, including weekly updates, visit the association's website at www.facebook.com/cinemapilar or www.cinemapilar.blogspot.com.es or contact Tish Hirst at firstname.lastname@example.org, who will add filmgoers' details to her weekly email update. through its archaeological sites. The tour is in English every Thursday morning, leaving from the tourist office at 10.00. It takes around 2.5 hours and costs €5 per person. It is free for all children under seven years old who are accompanied by a paying adult. The service requires a minimum of 30 people to go ahead. The maximum amount of people per trip is 50. People wanting to book a seat on the tour must register in advance by visiting the tourist information office at Plaza de la Constitución, telephoning 96 572 44 88 or by email to email@example.com Group bookings on alternative days can be arranged. A minimum of 15 days‘ notice is required Until September 17: CamRosario de Fátima fiestas. The small agricultural community, situated on and around the CV-895 (lemon tree road), will be celebrating over the coming three weekends. The celebrations centre around the Campo de Guardamar outdoor auditorium, opposite Manolo’s restaurant. Here is the programme: September 16: 13.00: Launch of rockets to signify the recommencing of the fiestas 18.00: Band entry accompanied by fiesta queens and their ladies in waiting. The delegation will go from the hermitage to the parade start point 19.00: Multi-coloured fancy dress parade with prizes for the participants. Registration until September 13 Following the parade there will be a fire work display 22.00: Wine dance. The fiesta organisers will be offering wine and snacks. Attendees can also bring food. There will be a bar service (bringing your own drinks is prohibited) 23.30: Entertainment with Chari Candela dance school and concert of 80s music by Mr Hyde Early hours: The fiesta queens and ladies in waiting will be serving chocolate and mona (cake) September 17: 06.00: For those who have not been up all night, it is time to get up and meet at the auditorium to accompany the charanga (street band playing fiesta music) on its journey through the district’s roads 10.00: Antique and vintage car gathering and exhibition at the auditorium. There will be a snack for all participants and a bar service will be provided The vehicles will make a tour of the local area and Guardamar town