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28–29 May

Els homes i els dies

Sala Gran
May 28th & 29th

Els homes i els dies

David Vilaseca

Sala Gran

May 28th & 29th

Els homes i els dies is the posthumous autobiography of David Vilaseca, where we find a powerful voice and provocative and stimulating literature.

22 years encapsulated in a diary. David Vilaseca captured his day-to-day life on paper from 1987, when he was 23 years old and a young student on an American campus, until 2009, when he was 45 and shortly before he died. Now, Xavier Albertí directs the theatrical adaptation of this revealing novel that turns the self, fears, sex and other personal experiences into high-flying literature.

“Often in life we learn the real reasons we do things over the fullness of time.”


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Accessible functions: 13 and 14 May
28 May 12 Jun

El pes d’un cos

Sala Petita
May 28th – June 12th

El pes d’un cos

Victoria Szpunberg

Sala Petita

May 28th – June 12th

What can lead you to wish for the death of someone you love?

A daughter has to take care of her father who, after suffering a stroke, undergoes a process of physical and mental deterioration that makes him totally dependent. The lack of personal resources and the precariousness of public authorities will make the situation enter into a kind of free fall spiral.

What is the point of keeping alive the body of someone who has lost all the faculties that make us human?


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Accessible function: 3th Juny
30 Jun 17 Jul

Europa Bull

Sala Petita
June 30th – July 17th

Europa Bull

Indi Gest

Sala Petita

June 30th – July 17th

A linguistically surprising production based on the myth of Europa and its current boiling point.

It is peculiar, and also revealing, that the myth of abduction and rape is what gives Europe its name. Today, those on the opposite shore make the same journey across the Mediterranean, abducted by the idea of Europe, and, along the way, suffer rape and extortion. Many die at sea and those who do make it are welcomed by denial of asylum and “refugee camps”. At times like this and, after so many -isms, how can we believe in the European Union without resorting to EU-phemisms?


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Entradas de Vanguardia 2021 - 2022
Barcelona
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