So,to give you some idea of what's on,and to help you choose from the many possibilities,we've made a selection of the star attractions.
If you're interested in classical music,then we recommend you go along to the National on either Monday ro Tuesday evening at 7.30 for a spectacular production of 'The Magic Flute'- probably the most popular of all Mozart's operas.It's in the Garden Hall and tickets start at only ￡8.00，but you'll have to be early if you want to get them that cheap!And remember,it's only on for those two evenings.
For those more interested in the cinema,you might like to see the new Canadian film which is showing on Wednesday evening at 8pm in Cinema 2.And that's called 'Three Lives.'It's had fantastic reviews and tickets cost just ￡4.50,which is a reduction on the usual price of ￡5.50.So,it's really good value,especially for such a great movie.
But you can see the centre's main attraction at the weekend,because on Saturday and Sunday,11 am to 10 pm,they're showing a wonderful new exhibition that hasn't been seen anywhere else in Europe yet.It's a collection of Chinese Art called 'Faces of China' - that's in Gallery 1 - and it has some really fascinating paintings and sculptures by leading artists from all over China - and the good news is completely free,so don't miss it!
So why not go along to the National Arts Centre next week for one - or all - of these great events - and you can always pick up a programme and check out all the other performances and exhibitions on offer,or coming soon,on almost every day of the year.
Next week we'll.,be looking at the new Museum of Science...