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  • Nada es imposible (Nothing is impossible). Mago Pop

    Nada es imposible (Nothing is impossible). Mago Pop

    Following his triumphal show since 2017 in the Teatro Rialto in Madrid, Antonio Díaz - The Mago Pop is now bringing his surprising show "Nada es imposible" to the Victòria Theater in Barcelona. Dare to question everything you have taken for granted until now with this magician's tireless ability to surprise you from the very first moment. A show full of fun, sensitivity, rhythm and emotion which will transport you to an extraordinary world.

    This show is canceled until further notice.

  • Teatre Lliure: A world of culture through social networks

    Teatre Lliure: A world of culture through social networks

    With its initiatives #LliureFromYourSofa, #TeatreOnTheEdge and #15days15stories, Teatre Lliure fills its social networks with cultural activities to follow from home during these days of confinement. Connection to live Plays such as Hamlet or Renard or the Llibre de les Bèsties; texts by playwrights through twitter threads and curious facts about the history of the Teatre Lliure through emblematic images posted on Instagram are some of the initiatives to enjoy from your living room.

  • Focus group: Theater and movies on TV3

    Focus group: Theater and movies on TV3

    The production and promotion Focus Group for the theater has partnered with the TV3 broadcasting website, online TV3, and offers two plays and two films. The plays are Adossats and The Ghost of Canterville; and the films are El nom (The Name) and Res no tornarà a ser a com abans (nothing will ever be the same again).

  • TNC: The theater in books

    TNC: The theater in books

    While the TNC (National Theater of Catalonia) waits for the curtain to go up once more, over 60 books have been made available to theater-lovers in digital format including both classical and contemporary pieces. This enormous theatrical collection is complemented by a series of articles, forewords and other texts by artists and dramatists that help put the reading of the works into context. In addition, the TNC periodically uses its social media channels to organize meetings with artistic groups in order to share experiences.

  • Festival Grec Barcelona

    Festival Grec Barcelona

    The 2020 Grec Festival will showcase 108 events throughout the summer beginning on 30th June, with the emphasis on contemporary performance and a new three-pronged format: Grec Festival (48 events throughout July), Grec en Obert (36 activities designed to be performed digitally, including plays, dance, open rehearsals, talks and walking tours) and De Grec a Grec, a series of performances by the city’s different theatres with 24 plays that have been postponed and will begin in September and run throughout the 2020-2021 season.

    The opening events on 30th June and 1st July will be a tribute to the healthcare staff and key workers in the form of the entertainment "A tocar" brought to you by the company Baró d'evel and other performers. The festival will feature La Veronal, Mal Pelo, Compagnie XY, Sergio Blanco, Angelica Liddell, Silvia Pérez Cruz, La Ribot, Tiago Rodrigues, Angelica Liddell, and the Belgian dance troupe Peeping Tom, to name but a few.

    The Grec venues will include the open-air Teatre Grec on Montjuïc, the Mercat de les Flors, Teatre Lliure, TNC, Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya, Born CCM, the Museu Marítim, Jamboree and the Palau de la Música Catalana.

    This year there will be music galore, with names including the Cuban singer Omara Portuondo, Manel, Els Amics de les Arts, Mayte Martín and Stay Homas at the Teatre Grec. There will also be concerts at the Palau de la Música Catalana with names such as Xavier Sabata, the Orquestra Simfònica del Liceu and a session dedicated to Mahler. Other venues, like Jamboree, will host a series of concerts.

    The festival will take into account the current circumstances and new safety measures. Audience numbers will be limited and venues will be cleaned constantly. There will be new venues that will allow a different relationship between the performers and the audience.

    Take a look at the programme. This summer you'll be able to enjoy the festival to the full!

  • Nightlife


    Barcelona never sleeps. The city has set the benchmark for the international electronic music scene and dances to the sounds of the world's top DJs. It's also the perfect place for lovers of jazz, rock, Latin rhythms and pop.

  • TNC-Teatre Nacional de Catalunya

    TNC-Teatre Nacional de Catalunya

    The TNC, Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, is located in Barcelona's Eixample. It is housed in an imposing building in the shape of a Greek temple designed by Ricard Bofill.

  • The former factories of Can Felipa and Can Ricart

    The former factories of Can Felipa and Can Ricart

    The industrial architecture in Poblenou has been put to new uses adapted to the needs of today. Many of the old factories that people can find in Barcelona have been remodelled in order to house new activities. This is the case of Can Felipa and Can Ricart.

  • La Ciutat del Teatre

    La Ciutat del Teatre

    One of Barcelona's key venues for the performing arts, the Ciutat del Teatre on Montjuïc Hill brings together a series of theatre spaces which host all kinds of performances.

  • Lleida

    The counties in Lleida province offer a wide diversity of culture and landscapes.

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