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  • Children's activities at Poble Espanyol

    Children's activities at Poble Espanyol

    A large area, totally free of traffic, with different places to explore, most of them in the open air. That’s the Poble Espanyol de Barcelona, an iconic visitor attraction in the heart of Montjuïc. Every Sunday, there’s a different activity: theatre, dance, music, magic, treasure hunts, etc. Throughout the year there are loads of activities to ensure you have a great day out with the family: Carnival, a Giants’ Parade, a Puppet Festival, the Click and Go Fair, the Main Festival, the Medieval Fair, Christmas at the Poble, Halloween... and new additions, including a fantastic flower festival and Midsummer Eve party tailored to all the family. In short, a wide range of activities for all the family.

  • Festival Jardins de Pedralbes

    Festival Jardins de Pedralbes

    Only created in 2013, it's enjoyed a rapid rise to success thanks to three key features. The first is the setting. Pedralbes Palace is a splendid 1920s building located in the uptown part of the city, and its landscaped gardens of fountains, statues, lawns and many types of flora play host to the festival's concerts. The second key is the programme. From esteemed stars such as Tom Jones to cult figures including Patti Smith and relative newcomers like The Lumineers, the bill is always carefully curated. In addition, there's a special day dedicated to families (June 11st) and another focusing on electronic music. Finally, festival organisers Concert Studio have consistently made gastronomy a priority, collaborating with top chefs to ensure the whole festival experience is one to remember.

    "A fantastic experience at the magnificent palace of Pedralbes with big names like Tom Jones and fine dining brought to you by prestigious chefs. It also hosts a day specially for families and another dedicated to electronic music."

  • Fira de la Mediterrània

    Fira de la Mediterrània

    Located in the heart of Catalonia, the historical town of Manresa hosts this yearly festival dedicated to local culture and global music. For industry professionals, it's promoted as a 'market of performances', which for the general public means it's a great opportunity to discover visual arts, circus, dance, art, music, narration and theatre that combine tradition with contemporary creativity, and that can be difficult to find in a single event such as this. The programme is understandably packed, with acts running both during the day and at night, and with both street performances and shows in various local venues. So you might one moment see a display of hip hop and the next a concert by a Congolese band, followed by a new take on acrobatics and then a sword dance. All of which is interspersed with some of the most classic elements of Catalan culture such as 'human towers' (castells), 'fire runs' (correfocs) and 'giants' (gegants).

    "You'll be hard pushed to find another festival like this one. Visual arts, circus performances, dance, art, storytelling and theatre are combined with classic elements of Catalan culture including castells, correfocs and gegants."

  • Flamenco at el Tablao de Carmen

    Flamenco at el Tablao de Carmen

    Ideal for an evening out with your family, partner or friends, the Tablao de Carmen is performing a pure, authentic flamenco show every evening, with a line-up of eight artists: four "bailaor" flamenco dancers", two guitarists and two "cantaor" flamenco singers.

    An iconic place of Barcelona, located in the Andalucian quarter of the Poble Espanyol in Montjuïc. Since it was opened in 1988, it is considered the mecca of Flamenco in Barcelona. It was created in tribute to the legendary "bailaora", Carmen Amaya, who was a close friend of the family who owned it.

    An intimate space, decorated in the style of an Andalucian corral, so you can mingle with artists and enjoy a drink around a table, with some tapas or a traditional supper during the show.

  • Dirty Dancing

    Dirty Dancing

    Dirty Dancing, the film that became a worldwide box office smash in 1987 comes to Barcelona. With its exceptional soundtrack, the film reinvented the dance genre with a new style that the public took to their hearts on seeing it for the first time.

    It is a piece full of passion and romance, with music that sets the heart racing and spectacularly sensual dance routines. This musical, that has broken records all over the world, succeeds in bringing back on stage all the nostalgia for the 80s along with all of the emotions raised by Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze on the big screen.

    After two complete sell-out seasons in London's West End and two successful tours of the whole of the UK, the classic story is being performed in Spain with fantastic and memorable songs such as "Hungry Eyes", "Hey! Baby", "Do you Love Me?" and the all-time classic "(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life".

    The stage has three revolving turntables to move between the sets that transport us to the different locations where the story unfolds. We go to the Kellerman's resort hotel where Baby and her parents are staying for what seemingly appears to be a boring holiday: the reception area, the dining room, the staff quarters, the garden, the guest bedrooms and the basement where the staff engage in "dirty dancing".

  • Happy Boom

    Happy Boom

    Lucas and Robert live surrounded by boxes of a toy factory. Lucas loves to jump and dance and Robert is passionate about music. They are very mischievous, inquisitive and lively and can't wait to find out the surprises that await them inside each box. They will become embroiled in a magical, unexpected adventure.

    They will find a piano that can make amusing sounds and with this Robert will play some delightful melodies. This piano will be a great help to them on their adventure, as a beautiful but fragile "Puppet" appears, who is sad because she cannot dance.

    Lucas with his dance and Robert with his music make one attempt after another to make the "Puppet" dance and laugh again. They will try everything they can with what they find on their path, but castanets and shoes were the key to success!!!

  • Hop Festival

    Hop Festival

    The Hop Festival has been working for the last five years to promote and encourage different forms of urban dance. The Hop Festival - Dance and Urban Culture Meetings, is a platform for research, creation, exhibition and dissemination of this type of dance. Born in urban neighborhoods and ghettos, urban dance today has a new stage at El Mercat de les Flors in which to research and express itself. This edition includes national, international and local performances.

  • ‘Eia' Circus Company. InTarsi.

    ‘Eia' Circus Company. InTarsi.

    Four acrobats show us through dance, physical theater and above all, circus art, a reflective performance full of dynamism and feeling. This intense performance, with a touch of tender humor, won the Special Award of the Jury at the 7th edition of the Zirkolika Awards of Catalonia (2016) with the ‘Eia’ Company, founded in 2009, and the Barcelona City Award 2011 in the Circus category.

  • Anna Karenina. Eifmann Ballet

    Anna Karenina. Eifmann Ballet

    For the first time, the Anna Karenina Ballet with choreography by Boris Eifmann is at the Liceu. A contemporary ballet with classic roots, which narrates the famous novel by Lev Tolstoi with music by Tchaikovsky. A good way of starting out in the world of ballet and to enjoy this outstanding performance.

  • Sònia Gómez & Astrio & Ramon Balagué

    Sònia Gómez & Astrio & Ramon Balagué

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