Afro-Colombian Groove with Timka

By David Johanssen

Back by popular demand! Timka returns to Shelter Theater to finish out the season with their sensuous, sell-out Afro-Colombian show. The African-Columbian music of the country’s coastal communities offers a passionate blend of African roots mixed with sizzling Colombian salsa. Shelter is proud to return to our stage Timka, a duo from the Colombian Pacific, featuring songs from their album, A Cultural Expression Through Music.

Documentary and Discussion
Quest for the Lost Maya
Fri, Apr 14, 5pm
60 pesos

Classic Film
Lenny Bruce w/Dustin Hoffman
Sat, Apr 15, 5pm
100 pesos (includes drink)

Classic Film
Advise and Consent w/Henry Fonda
Wed, Apr 19, 5pm
100 pesos (includes drink)

Film
The Candidate w/Robert Redford
Fri, Apr 21, 5pm
100 pesos (includes drink)

Live Concert
TIMKA! Afro-Colombian Rhythms
Sat, Apr 22, 8pm
200 pesos

All events are in Shelter Theater, Vicente Guerrero 4

Saturday, Apr 22, at 8pm, Nelo and Stephi from the dance capital of Cali will have you dancing in the aisles, literally, as they raise the roof with Alberto Arana on drums. One fan raves, “Phenomenal rhythms … truly an evening to remember!” If you couldn’t get tickets last time, don’t miss their last show of this season. Tickets available at La Biblioteca and online at sheltervg4.com.

Friday, Apr 14, at 5pm: Quest for the Lost Maya. The Maya’s soaring pyramids, monumental cities, and mythical mastery of astronomy and mathematics have spurred generations of explorers into the jungles of Central America. Quest for the Lost Maya follows American archaeologists as they find startling new evidence of a forgotten Mayan society in the Yucatan. Discussion of this lost civilization to follow.

Saturday, Apr 15, at 5pm: Lenny Bruce. The legendary, Jewish-American stand-up comedian and social critic was renowned for his free-form style of comedy that integrated satire, politics, religion, sex, and vulgarity. Said one film critic, “Dustin Hoffman teams up with the incomparable director Bob Fosse to bring us a biopic of one of the most influential and most controversial stand-up comedians of our age.”

Wednesday, Apr 19, at 5pm: Advise and Consent. Politics was always a dirty sport, even in the year 1962. Insider Allen Drury’s account of making sausage, DC-style, shows how power-brokers like Henry Fonda and Charles Laughton wheel-and-deal to get the votes. Variety Magazine calls it, “A poignant, biting expose of the American political process.” Discussion follows.

“So, where the heck is Shelter Theater?” Nearby! Our logo’s on the Qué Pasa map in the upper left-hand corner, an easy 10-minute walk from the Jardín. See our calendar at www.sheltervg4.com for dates and online tickets. Shelter VG4’s theater and class/performance space are available for private events. Like us on Facebook, Trip Advisor and the Civil List!

 

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