The LGBTI collective and Catalan-ness

The LGBTI collective and Catalan-ness

with Oriol Puig Taulé

Montjuïc. Espai Lliure

Show completed


Wed. 18:30

Running time

1 h 15'


Montjuïc. Espai Lliure


In Catalan


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Catalonia, a welcoming land. What are the contemporary referents of the LGBTI collective in Catalan culture?
What language do we use when we flirt via apps?
Is inclusive language a problem or a solution?
Are you more in favour of Núria Feliu or Guillermina Motta?
Terenci Moix or Maria Mercè Marçal?
Marc Giró or Ana Polo? Ocaña or Goliarda Parda?
Are the Teresines the best neighbours you could run into on the staircase?

Oriol Puig Taulé holds a Bachelor’s in Art History from the Autonomous University of Barcelona and is currently writing his doctoral thesis on the director Ricard Salvat. He has worked in different fields of stage creation in Sabadell, Barcelona and Berlin and has been writing about theatre for different media for the past ten years. He has published articles in Entreacte, (Pausa.), Serra d’Or, Barcelona Metròpolis, Assaig de Teatre, Estudis Escènics and Teatre català avui 2000-2017. He is the coordinator of L'Apuntador, the Performing Arts section of the magazine Núvol el digital de cultura, where he also reports on the performing arts and serves as a theatre critic.

We consolidate the experience of a more democratic dialogue with the third programme of La Taula [The Long Table]. This time round, we offer you seven events with a line-up featuring conversation with the hosts Denise Duncan, Quim Bigas, Isabel Sucunza and Oriol Puig Taulé. The latter three artists will be responsible for two sessions each, but will be covering different topics in each one. In this original project by the Split Britches company, anyone can talk about what they want, starting from an initial topic while always following the etiquette of listening to each other.