Throughout the week, authors such as Francisco Reyero and Ángel Manuel Silva will pass by all of the stands on Paseo de San Francisco, Badajoz's central avenue.
The competition, which will come in its twenty-eighth year next 15 June, will have four stages for 16 productions set in the Spanish Golden Age.
The Director of the Mérida Theatre Festival is championing theatrical co-productions to advance the presence of Portuguese theatre in Extremadura. Until now, there has only been involvement from Portuguese companies or authors from the neighbouring country.
The World Music Festival in Cáceres expects to bring thousands of people together in the concerts programmed for the second day.
It's a traditional children's celebration that is currently celebrated by children and adults alike, in which residents parade handmade dolls around the village while singing popular Spanish ballads until they reach the village pond.
A pioneering musical experience in Spain through this initiative by the Young Symphony Orchestra of Conservatories of Almendralejo and Merida, through the LinkUp project, born in New York with the aim of joining together symphony orchestras, conservatories and school music classes.
Until New Year's Eve, the National Museum of Roman Art will hold this exhibition that brings together archaeology, photography and literature to show us how the passing of time and Man have affected Mérida's profile.
Until 28 April, a new edition of the Juvenile Greco-Latin Theatre Festival is taking place in Mérida, where nine works by Aeschylus, Plato, Euripides and Sophocles are being staged, as a way for Bachillerato and Secondary School students to delve into the world of the classics.