Wednesday to Saturday at 19:00
Sunday at 18:00
TBC, with pause
€11 – €32
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19/04 adapted subtitles and audio description
Iván Morales has adapted the fast-paced novel that earned Nadal Award Francisco Casavella fame: it is an onstage festival about Barcelona in the last 30 years of the twentieth century, as a way to better understand the city of today.
Fernando Atienza, from his fourteen years stealing cars in the shantytowns of Montjuïc, to his thirty-somethings dealing in the alleys adjacent to the Plaza Real, passing through his first youth as a boy for all ambitious financiers of the upper zone, he travels from the Francoism afternoons to the Transition and the '92 Olympic dream. But there will be no day that has left more trace in his biography than "the day of the Watusi": August 15, 1971, the day he saw a body, and even two, for the first time. That foundational moment that, from then on, will accompany you every second of the rest of your life.
The company presents a prequel to the show at the 2023 Grec Festival, Los juegos feroces, on 14 and 15 July.
¡Don’t miss this first chapter of history!
Júlia Simó Puyo
Carlos Perelló and Guillem Albasanz
Los Montoya and Teatre Lliure