Ángaro is an ancient Greek word for the fire signal that when lit, gave locals advance warning of an enemy ship approaching.
The show Ángaro is an original performance, created by the company Pieles and based on the ethnographic heritage of the Canary Islands.
Tickets are priced from €29 – €34 for adults and €14.50 – €17 for children aged 7-12 years old, they can be purchased online.
The higher price is to sit on the first 6 rows at the front of the auditorium, the lower price is general seating.
This show, directed by Jonatan Rodríguez, beat the competition from 18 proposals in the music, dance and theatre category for the autumn/winter season at CACT. The 4 elements of earth, water, fire and air are used to create music. Pianos, violins and French horns blend with powerful drums and other instruments, such as conches and shepherd’s flutes, and experiment with dances and voices from ancestral times.
A special menu will be served in the restaurant at the Jameos del Agua at the end of the show, priced at €24 per person and includes:
A sweet appetiser made from Gofio with fresh cheese with banana, palm honey and toasted almond roast
Starter: Filo pastry stuffed with mushrooms, foie & prawns
Main course: A choice between salmon loin macerated in soy with sautéed spinach, raisins & pine nuts with a light cream of avocado and lime, or sirloin steak glazed with blueberries, rosemary and garlic with candied boletus
Dessert: Ingot of chocolate with English cream
The Jameos del Agua is best accessed by car, it is situated on the LZ-1 coast road between Arrieta and Orzola in the North of Lanzarote.
Unfortunately this attraction is currently not suitable for visitors with limited mobility.
For the perfect Sunday in Lanzarote, we would suggest visiting the Sunday Teguise Market in the morning, driving over the top to descend through Haría. Watch the Ángaro show, followed by lunch either at the Jameos del Agua, or at one of several restaurants in the nearby village of Arrieta, before chilling on the beach at Playa La Garita.