Irish dance fans will love Celtic Legends – the music and dance show from Connemara in the west of Ireland – which performs a one-night show that captures the spirit of Ireland. The show is tonight at 8pm at Palma Auditorium. Tickets are 35 euros from the box office or through the Auditorium website.
If you’re shopping in Palma tomorrow, you can hear a free concert by the San Francesc Choir, who’ll be singing on the Borne at 12 noon.
The Christmas Eve midnight mass includes the singing of the prophetic chant ‘La Sibil.la’ – by a child or young person. The Palma Cathedral midnight mass starts at 11 pm tomorrow night.
The Anglican Church at Saints Philip & James in Palma has their Christmas Midnight Mass tomorrow at 11.30pm. Their Christmas Mass and Toy Service is at 11am on Christmas Day.
Puerto Portals has its traditional Christmas market, open weekdays from 4pm until 9pm and at weekends from noon until nine. There’s live music, kiddies’ activities, Father Christmas, and much more. The market continues until January 6th.
The Anglican Church at St Andrew’s in Puerto Pollensa has an early Christmas Midnight Mass for all the family at 6pm tomorrow. And on Chrustmas Day, there’s Christmas Eucharist and Carols there at 10.30am.
The Anglican Church at Santa Maria del Mar in Cala d’Or celebrates their Christmas Eve Mass at 4.30pm tomorrow.
If you’ll be missing Strictly this Saturday, 27th, there’s a rumba night at Sa Taronja – the not for profit cultural centre in Andratx – with Los Primos. Tickets are seven euros and you can get more info on 971 235 268.