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Accessibility to public centers and domestic elevators

Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Accessibility of public centers | Single family elevators

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31st Titirimundi edition 2017

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Titirimundi is a theatrical project aimed at the dissemination, promotion and development of the puppet arts.

31st Titirimundi edition 2017

Titirimundi promotes puppet theater as an artistic form with a traditional roots that has known how to adapt to the times without renouncing its popular origin, occupying a prominent place among the avant-garde theater. The puppet theater is today at the core of contemporary creation.

Each spring Titirimundi has been looking at the cultures of the world for more than thirty years with the intense and essential gaze of the puppet theaters, a millenary theater that resurfaces invested with the infinite forms that today define the arts of the puppet, a theater where, he says Darío Fo, all theatrical languages converge.

The transformation that puppet theater has undergone in the last three decades places us before a multidisciplinary theater, which is expressed with string puppets, glove puppets, with shadows, with anthropomorphic objects or with abstract and symbolic forms, among others and infinite variations, without forgetting the growing use of other artistic disciplines such as animation, cinema or new technologies.




Barti Puppet Show Barti Dinamarca
Centre Titelles de Lleida Kissu España
Circo de las Pulgas Pulgas salvajes Francia
Collectif Aïe Aïe Aïe Mi amor y mi conejito (Ma biche et mon lapin) Francia
Compañía Marie de Jongh Amour España
Duo Mayalde Cacharros y tirinenes para comer y cantar España
El Chonchón Juan Romeo y Julieta María · Los cómicos de novecientos · El propietario Chile – Argentina
Eugenia Manzanera Caracoles España
Guixot de 8 Garabato de imaginación España
Holoqué El onírico interior España
Huber Marionettes En suspensión · Cabaret EE.UU
La Canica La Sirenita España
La Chana Vulgarcito España
La Gotera de Lazotea La mata de la albahaca España
La Mue/tte Santiago Moreno: El hombre orquesta Francia – Argentina
Leandre Iceberg España
Le Clan de songes Frágil (Fragile) Francia
Lejo ¡Manos Arriba! Holanda
Miguelillo Felicia, la mujer sin cabeza España
Mutis Maleta: Misión Espacial Secreta España
Non Nova La siesta de un fauno (L’après-midi d’un foehn) Francia
Pelele Marionettes Pendiente de un hilo Francia – España
Pish Dolls Pish Dolls Reino Unido
Plansjet Marionetas Danzarinas Bélgica
Quitapesares La larga lengua del cuento España
Rocamora Solista España
Rodorín Retablillo de Títeres y Cuentos España
Rod Burnett Punch & Judy Reino Unido
Sacékripa Visto (Vu) Francia
Salvatore Gatto Pulcinella Italia
Sofie Krog Circus Funestus Dinamarca
Teatro TeHb La Enciclopedia de los dragones Rusia
Teatro Paraiso Pulgarcito España
Victor Antonov Circo con hilos Rusia
Ymedio Teatro Sie7e España
Titiriteros De Binefar La fábula de la raposa España

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Puppet parties, book fair and much more ...

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

The 28th Lleida Puppet Fair will be held on May 5, 6 and 7, 2017

Puppet parties, book fair and much more ...

The Fira de Teatre de Titelles de Lleida was born in May 1990. Promoted and organized by the Center de Titelles de Lleida.

Its purpose is to promote the market and the dissemination of puppet and visual theater and, in turn, the festive and participatory value among the public.

The Fair welcomes, alike, shows in the open air and in closed spaces. Program between 20 and 30 companies per edition with 50 public performances and the presence of more than 100 programmers.

In its surroundings, the Performing Arts Book Fair is organized annually and a set of parallel activities, such as exhibitions, meetings or spaces for reflection, book presentations, pedagogical activities ...

Lleida has become the ideal setting and the meeting and contact point between companies and programmers. Around 25,000 spectators attend the Fair.

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A new edition of the Film Festival is here

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The 2017 edition will be held on Monday 8, Tuesday 9 and Wednesday 10 May.

A new edition of the Film Festival is here

Movie lovers are in luck. The Film Festival already has its dates confirmed for this year 2017 for its popular days of cheaper movie tickets.

Like its previous editions, which began in 2009, they will take place during the month of May. Tickets will have a reduced price of 2.90 euros, and at this price you will be able to attend the screenings that take place in associated cinemas in all of Spain between these days.

The 2017 Film Festival will be held on May 8, 9 and 10. During these days, tickets will cost 2.90 euros, which is a significant discount compared to the seven, eight or nine euros that tickets for movie premieres normally cost.

There are more than 3,000 movie theaters throughout Spain that are members of the promotion, although no one should forget that, with some exceptions, prior registration is necessary to enjoy this promotion.

A new edition of the Film Festival is here
    If you were individually accredited in previous editions and want to repeat in 2017, do so without entering your data again:
  • Enter the Film Festival
  • Choose "Individual Accreditation" and then "I am a Veteran", just enter your email and you will receive your accreditation quickly.

    Do you want to go with the same group as in previous editions?
  • Choose "Accreditation for groups" and then "We are Veterans", just enter your email and you will receive all the accreditations for your group immediately. (Once this group is accredited, you will not be able to make modifications. To change the group you will have to accredit a new group with a new email address.) ".

    Or do you want to change groups in 2017?
  • Choose "Accreditation for groups" and then "New group or Modify group from previous editions", just enter your email and you will receive all the accreditations for your group immediately.

    Accreditations for Hotmail and Outlook users
  • Once you have completed the registration form on the web, a new tab will open in your browser (don't close it, it's your accreditation!). We will also send you your accreditation by email but it may arrive in your spam inbox, so you won't have to wait for the email to arrive.

The XXI Fair of Performing and Musical Arts of Castilla-La Mancha 2017 starts

Monday, April 3, 2017

The XXI Fair of Performing and Musical Arts of Castilla-La Mancha is held in Albacete from this Monday, April 3 to April 6, 2017.


The XXI Fair of Performing and Musical Arts of Castilla-La Mancha 2017 starts
    April 3
  • 01:00 p.m. ONLY ME. RICARDO FERNÁNDEZ DEL MORAL. Music. Flamenco recital (30 minutes) Teatro Circo.
  • 06:30 p.m. THE FLAMENCO HOUR. 'EL CHINCHILLA'. Music. Fusion (60 minutes) Municipal Auditorium.
  • 07:30 p.m. TEMPUS. SCENIC VISITANTS. 21.15h. Artistic intervention (40 minutes) Plaza del Altozano Theater.
  • 10:00 p.m. THE DARK LOVES. THRESHING THEATER ALBACITY CORPORATION. Contemporary theater (90 minutes) Teatro Circo.
    April 4
  • 09:30 a.m. AMOUR. T. MARIE from JONGH. Children's theater (55 minutes) Municipal Auditorium.
  • 12:30 p.m. THE JESTER PEOPLE. ÁGAPE THEATER. Children's theater (60 minutes) José Saramago House of Culture.
  • 05:00 p.m. MARÍA ZAMBRANO. THE DANCING WORD. KARLIK DANCE. Theater / Dance (60 minutes) Theater of Peace.
  • 07:30 p.m. THE LUNAR OF LADY CHATTERLEIND. MARCH THEATER PRODUCTIONS. Contemporary theater. (70 minutes) Municipal Auditorium.
  • 09:00 p.m. THE HIDALGA DEL VALLE. CORRAL of COMEDIES. Classic theater (80 minutes) Cathedral.
  • 10:30 p.m. EROSKI PARADISE. CHÉVERE PRODUCTIONS. Contemporary theater (80 minutes) Teatro Circo.
  • 12:00 a.m. CELLO-ROCK. MANCHELOS. Music. Fusion (75 minutes) Film library.
    April 5
  • 09:30 a.m. THAW. THE LAME DANSA. Contemporary dance for children (45 minutes) Municipal Auditorium.
  • 10:45 a.m. THE JOURNEY OF THE THREE LITTLE PIGS. TRAGALEGUAS & ÁGORA GESTIÓN CULTURAL THEATER. Children's theater (55 minutes) Filmoteca.
  • 01:00 p.m. ROMEO & JULIET. ULTRAMARINOS by LUCAS. Youth Theater (75 minutes) José Saramago House of Culture.
  • 05:00 p.m. THE BATTLE. BURKA THEATER. Contemporary theater (80 minutes) Theater of Peace.
  • 07:00 p.m. EVERYTHING FITS. UPARTE. Circus (40 minutes) Plaza Virgen de los Llanos.
  • 08:00 p.m. IBERIAN GANGSTERS. SOUTHERN THEATER. Musical theater (90 minutes) Municipal Auditorium.
  • 10:30 p.m. THE HEAD OF THE BAPTIST. THE Loft PRODUCTIONS. Contemporary theater (60 minutes) Teatro Circo.
  • 12:00 p.m. THEY, MY LITTLE DEADS. THE QUARRY PRODUCTIONS. Musical theater (80 minutes) Filmoteca.
    April 6
  • 09:30 a.m. ADVENTURE BOOK (Defeat the monster). THEATER R que R PRODUCCIONES. Children's theater (50 minutes) Filmoteca.
  • 10:45 a.m. ALBERTI, A SEA OF VERSES. THEATER of MALTA. Children's theater (55 minutes) Municipal Auditorium.
  • 12:30 p.m. OPEN COUPLE. PRODUCTIONS ALBERTO ALFARO. Contemporary theater (90 minutes) José Saramago House of Culture.
  • 05:00 p.m. TANATORIUM. FÉLIX ALBO. Theater (70 minutes) Theater of Peace.
  • 06:45 p.m. #DETRACA. TO TEMPO DANSA-PEPA CASES. Dance (25 minutes) Plaza Virgen de los Llanos.
  • 07:30 p.m. MULTIMEDIA COMEDY. EMILIA YAGÜE PRODUCCIONES. Contemporary theater (90 minutes) Teatro Circo.

Full program

World Theater Day 2017

Monday, March 27, 2017

The actress Isabelle Huppert has assured on the occasion of World Theater Day 2017, which is celebrated this Monday, March 27, that this artistic discipline "is always reborn from its ashes", at the same time that she has asked the rulers to attend this activity because it has "unimaginable benefits".

Every year, on March 27, different events are organized to highlight this anniversary. Each year, a recognized personality is in charge of reading a manifesto in which he reflects on the current situation of the theater, this time being the chosen Isabelle Huppert, an actress with a long history and considered one of the best actresses in the world.

World Theater Day Message 2017

World Theater Day 2017

Isabelle Huppert, France

So, here we are one more time. Reunited again in the spring, 55 years since our inaugural meeting, to celebrate World Theater Day. Just one day, 24 hours, is dedicated to celebrating theater around the world. And here we are in Paris, the main city in the world to attract international theater groups, to venerate the art of theater.

Paris is a world city, apt to contain in a day of celebration, the traditions of the world theater; From here in the capital of France, we can transport ourselves to Japan experiencing Noh and Bunraku theater, draw a line from here to thoughts and expressions as diverse as Peking Opera and Kathakali; the setting allows us to remain between Greece and Scandinavia while we wrap ourselves in Aeschylus and Ibsen, Sophocles and Strindberg; it allows us to fly between Britain and Italy while reverberating between Sarah Kane and Prinadello. In the course of these twenty-four hours we can go from France to Russia, from Racine and Moliere to Chekhov; We can even cross the Atlantic as a ray of inspiration to serve on a Campus in California, drawing a young student there to reinvent themselves and make a name for themselves in the theater.

In fact, the theater has such a prosperous life that it defies space and time; his more contemporary pieces draw on the achievements of centuries past, and even the most classical repertoires become modern and vital each time they are performed again. The theater is always reborn from its ashes, changing only its previous conventions into their new forms: this is how it stays alive.

World Theater Day is obviously not an everyday day to be integrated with the other days. It gives us access to an immense continuous space-time through the sheer majesty of the global canon. To have the ability to conceptualize this, let me quote a French playwright, as brilliant as he is discreet, Jean Tardieu: when thinking about space, Tardieu says it is sensible to ask "what is the longest path from one to the other?" .. He suggests measuring time "in tenths of a second, the time it takes to pronounce the word 'eternity'" ... For space-time, however, it says: "before you fall asleep, fix your mind on two points in space and calculate the time it takes, in a dream, to go from one to the other. " It is the phrase in a dream that has always stayed with me. It seems as if Tardieu and Bob Wilson have met. We can also sum up the temporal uniqueness of World Theater Day by quoting the words of Samuel Beckett, who makes Winnie's character say, in her expeditious style, "Oh, what a beautiful day it must have been." As I thought about this message, which I am honored to have been invited to write, I remembered all the dreams from all these scenes. As such, it is fair to say that I did not come to this UNESCO room alone; every character that I have played is here with me, roles that seem to fade when the curtain falls, but that have carved an underground life within me, waiting to help or destroy the roles that follow; Phaedra, Araminte, Orlando, Hedda Gabbler, Medea, Merteuil, Blanche DuBois ... Also, complementing me as I stand before you today, are all the characters that I loved and applauded as a spectator. In this way, therefore, I belong to the world. I am Greek, African, Syrian, Venetian, Russian, Brazilian, Persian, Roman, Japanese, a New Yorker, a Marseillaise, a Filipina, an Argentine, a Norwegian, a Korean, a German, an Austrian, an English - a true citizen of the world, by virtue of the personal assemblage that exists within me. Since it is here, on stage and in theater, where we find true globalization.

Laurence Olivier announced on World Theater Day in 1964 that, after more than a century of struggle, a National Theater had just been created in the UK, which he immediately wanted to transform into an international theater, at least in terms of its repertoire. He knew very well that Shakespeare belonged to the world.

In researching the writing of this message, I was pleased to learn that the inaugural message for World Theater Day 1962 was entrusted to Jean Cocteau, an appropriate candidate due to his authorship of the book 'Around the World Again in 80 Days'. again in 80 days). This made me realize that I have gone around the world in a different way. I did it in 80 performances or in 80 movies. I include films in this celebration as I do not distinguish between acting in theater or acting in movies, which even surprises me every time I say it, but it's true, that's right, I don't see a difference between the two.

Speaking here I am not myself, I am not an actress, I am one of the many people that the theater uses as a conduit to exist and it is my duty to be receptive to this - or, in other words, we do not make the theater exist, it is rather thanks to the theater that we exist. The theater is very strong. Resist and survive everything, wars, censors, hardship.

Suffice it to say that "the stage is a nude scene from an indeterminate time" - all you need is an actor. Or an actress. What are they going to do? What they will say? Will they talk? The public waits, they will know, because without the public there is no theater - never forget it. A single person is already an audience. But let's hope there aren't too many empty seats! The realizations of Ionesco's productions are always full, and he represents this frank and beautiful artistic value by having, at the end of one of his works, an old lady who says; "Yes, yes, die in full glory. Let us die to enter the legend ... at least we will have our street ..."

World Theater Day has been around for 55 years. In 55 years, I am the eighth woman to be invited to deliver a message - if you can call this a "message". My predecessors (oh, how the masculinity of the species is imposed) spoke of the theater of imagination, freedom and originality to evoke beauty, multiculturalism and pose unanswered questions. In 2013, just four years ago, Darío Fo said: "The only solution to the crisis lies in the hope of the great witch hunt against us, especially against young people who want to learn the art of theater: thus a new diaspora of actors it will emerge that they will undoubtedly derive from this limitation unimaginable benefits by finding a new representation. " Unimaginable benefits - sounds like a good formula, worthy of being included in any political rhetoric, doesn't it? ...

Since I am in Paris, shortly before a presidential election, I would like to suggest that those who apparently yearn to govern us should be aware of the unimaginable benefits that theater produces. But I would also like to stand out, not witch hunt!

The theater represents for me the other in its dialogue and it is the absence of hatred. "Friendship between peoples" - now, I don't know much about what this means, but I believe in community, in the friendship between spectators and actors, in the lasting union between all the people that the theater brings together - translators, educators, designers costume, stage artists, academics, professionals and audiences. The theater protects us; it gives us shelter ... I think the theater loves us ... as much as we love it ...

I remember a stage manager for whom I worked, who, before the night curtain rose, shouted, with full firmness of throat "Make room for the theater!" - and these will be my last words tonight.

Thank you

Alternative performing arts Festival ALT'17

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Alternative performing arts Festival ALT'17

The Concellería de Cultura collaborates once again with the Alternative Festival of performing arts ALT'17, which will take place from March 10 to 12, in different municipal management spaces, such as the Municipal Auditorium of the City Council and the MARCO auditorium, as well as in the House of Arines.

The program includes the cycle ALT.procrea en Feminino in the MARCO auditorium, with the performance of the dancers Sonia Gómez, Begoña Cuquejo, Masu Fajardo and Celeste González. The Galician company Matarile Teatro will perform, for its part, at the Municipal Auditorium on Saturday 10.

The ticket price for each show will be € 10 for the MARCO functions and € 15 for the Matarile Teatro show, which can be purchased in the spaces themselves from 45 minutes before the start of each performance, or reserved by phone at 666.990 .403 (from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.).

  • Friday, March 10, Marco. 07:00 p.m. Sonia Gómez (Catalonia) "dancer" + Begoña Cuquejo (Galicia) "hypnotic dancer"
  • Saturday March 11, Marco. 08:00 p.m. Masu Fajardo (Canary Islands) "visible subject - invisible subject"
  • Saturday March 11, Municipal Auditorium. 09:30 p.m. Matarile Teatro (Galicia) "before the shrapnel"
  • Sunday March 12, Instituto Camoes. 02:00 p.m. La Cuina Furtiva (Valencia)
  • Sunday March 12, Marco 07:00 p.m. Celeste González (Canary Islands) "WAKEFIELD POOLE: Visions and reviews"

dFERIA Donostia / San Sebastián

Friday, March 03, 2017

dFERIA Donostia / San Sebastian

From March 6 to 9, 2017, the XXIII Arte Eszenikoak Performing Arts will be held.

dFERIA is an unmissable event for the performing arts sector. It has become a clear benchmark for professionals throughout Spain and continues to strengthen its ties with the Latin American and European markets. The San Sebastian Fair specialized in indoor shows in both dance and theater is characterized by excellence in the selection and exhibition of the shows presented.

Boosting the performing arts market, mediating and interrelating its agents and providing novelty and innovation are basic objectives that are carefully monitored year after year, with special attention to promoting Basque companies.

Four days of intense activity that make dFERIA into a festival for the city and a great party for professionals and amateurs, the festival of the performing arts!


    A corps perdus Opus 2, Cie. Bivouac
  • Location: Victoria Eugenia Antzokia
  • Schedule:
    • March 4 - 08:00 p.m.
    • March 5 - 08:00 p.m.
    • March 6 - 08:30 p.m.
    Frida, Iris Theater
  • Place: Kutxa Kultur Kluba (Tabakalera)
  • Hours: March 6 - 05:00 p.m.

    The Hiroshima Tree, Kabia Theater
  • Place: Space 2016
  • Hours: March 6 - 08:30 p.m.

    Koadernoa zuri, Hika Teatroa
  • Place: Intxaurrondo K.E.
  • Hours: March 6 - 08:00 p.m.

    Gold Dust Rush, Eulàlia Bergadà
  • Location: Gazteszena (Egia K.E.)
  • Hours: March 6 - 01:00 p.m.

    Time, Teatre de Guerrilla
  • Place: Principal Theater
  • Hours: March 6 - 06:30 p.m.

    The Endgame, Lokke | Olatz by Andrés
  • Place: Club Room of the Victoria Eugenia Theater
  • Hours: March 6 - 11:00 p.m.

    Medea, Pilar Távora
  • Location: Victoria Eugenia Antzokia
  • Hours: March 7 - 08:30 p.m.

    Blank notebook, Hika Teatroa
  • Place: Intxaurrondo K.E.
  • Hours: March 7 - 10:00 a.m.

    The Blood of the Trees, Reverse Company
  • Place: Imanol Larzabal Aretoa (Lugaritz K.E.)
  • Schedule:
    • March 7 - 05:00 p.m.
    • March 8 - 05:00 p.m.

    The Primitals, Primital Bros & Yllana
  • Place: Principal Theater
  • Hours: March 7 - 07:00 p.m.

    Hagiography, De La Puríssima
  • Location: 2016 Gunea
  • Hours: March 7 - 11:59 p.m.

    Winter Garden, Ceiling
  • Location: Gazteszena (Egia K.E.)
  • Hours: March 7 - 12: 00 p.m.

    Topa, Work In Progress - Kukai Dantza & Brodas Bross
  • Location: Zabaltza - Rooftop, Tabakalera
  • Hours: March 7 - 02:00 p.m.

    Lurrak, Lurrak Antzerkia
  • Place: Tabakalera Patioa
  • Hours: March 7 - 05:30 p.m.

    Acid Flowers, Las Damas Group
  • Place: Club Room of the Victoria Eugenia Theater
  • Hours: March 7 - 11:00 p.m.

    Los Malditos, Unahoramenos productions
  • Location: Victoria Eugenia Antzokia
  • Hours: March 8 - 08:30 p.m.

    Thirsty, Railway Company
  • Place: Intxaurrondo K.E.
  • Hours: March 8 - 10:00 a.m.

    N O W, Lasala
  • Location: Gazteszena (Egia K.E.)
  • Hours: March 8 - 12:00 p.m.

    One Way Ticket, Kanpai
  • Place: Club Room of the Victoria Eugenia Theater
  • Hours: March 8 - 11:00 p.m.

    Unstable, Sutottos
  • Location: 2016 Gunea
  • Hours: March 8 - 11:59 p.m.

    Last train to Treblinka, Vaivén Producciones
  • Location: 1. Espazioa, Tabakalera
  • Schedule:
    • March 8 - 04:00 p.m.
    • March 9 - 04:00 p.m.

    Coordinates, Laurentzi Producciones & Teatro Arriaga
  • Place: Principal Theater
  • Hours: March 8 - 07:00 p.m.

    Raw, Amaia Elizaran
  • Place: Club Room of the Victoria Eugenia Theater
  • Hours: March 8 - 11:00 p.m.

    Soka (String), Tanttaka Teatroa & Victoria Eugenia Antzokia
  • Location: Victoria Eugenia Antzokia
  • Hours: March 9 - 01:00 p.m.

    Hangover, ilMaquinario Teatro
  • Place: Intxaurrondo K.E.
  • Hours: March 9 - 10:00 a.m.

    Hariak, Ertza Konpainia
  • Location: Gazteszena (Egia K.E.)
  • Schedule:
    • March 9 - 11:30 a.m.
    • March 9 - 08:00 p.m.

    Zone (not) comfort, Krego - Martín Danza
  • Place: Club Room of the Victoria Eugenia Theater
  • Hours: March 9 - 05:00 p.m.

    Phalène, Cie Grégoire-Muriel Corbel
  • Place: Club Room of the Victoria Eugenia Theater
  • Hours: March 9 - 23:00 p.m.

    Only one theater actress, Estela Medina; Reverso Company
  • Location: Victoria Eugenia Antzokia
  • Hours: March 9 - 08:30 p.m.

    Tejidos al tiempo, Choni Cía Flamenca
  • Place: Principal Theater
  • Hours: March 9 - 06:30 p.m.


    COFAE Workshop: Email Marketing with Pepe Zapata
  • COFAE organizes the workshop "How to use Email Marketing" to optimize our communication strategy. The course will be taught by Pepe Zapata, an expert in business management and social media. It is essential to register to participate in the workshop.

    Facilitators: Pepa Marteles and Iva Horvat
  • dFERIA 2017 will feature the figure of the facilitator for the first time. This aims to put in contact and facilitate the meeting between professionals who do not know each other. This year it will be Pepa Marteles and Iva Horvat who will accompany us in San Sebastián.

    Presentations and Meetings: various entities and professionals
  • The Kutxa Kultur square in Tabakalera will host the presentations of the projects of the Association of Dance Professionals of the Basque Country, the Directorate of Culture of the Government of Navarra, REDELAE and PATEA. In addition, a SAREA meeting will be organized at the Egia C.C.

    The works I never did - Exhibition
  • Ikerne Giménez has developed extensive professional work in the field of set and costume design. The exhibition that is exhibited includes ideas that never saw the light: scenery, characters, ideas, drafts, drawings and images, among others.

Aid and grants for the Performing Arts MECD 2017

Monday, February 13, 2017

Ayudas y subvenciones para las Artes Escénicas MECD 2017 - RETOM

Since last Friday, February 3 and until Thursday, February 23, the submission deadlines for the aid that the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports grant annually to the musical, lyrical and dance arts as well as aid to the theater and circus are open.

In the following links you can access the relevant requirements, as well as the application and resolution models.

Helps to music, lyrics and dance. Calls 2017

Aid to the theater and the circus. Calls 2017

FETEN will celebrate its twenty-sixth edition with the latest stage productions from 77 national and international companies

martes, 7 de febrero de 2017

FETEN will celebrate its twenty-sixth edition

The next edition of the European Fair of Performing Arts for Boys and Girls will be held between Sunday 12 and Friday 17 February and will offer nearly two hundred performances. Among them, 11 absolute premieres.

Theater of actors, objects, puppets, circus, dance, music, gestural theater, magic, storytelling, street theater, musicals and many other scenic disciplines will be protagonists during the next edition of FETEN, the twenty-sixth, which will take place in Gijón between on February 12 and 17.

FETEN 2017, one of the benchmark scenic showcases on the European children's scene, has once again bet on quality when selecting the 77 companies that, from Argentina, Belgium, Italy, France, Portugal, Norway and the Czech Republic , as well as 15 autonomous communities of our country, will present their stage productions during the Fair. Eleven of them will exhibit their latest creations for the first time, as an absolute premiere. The organization of the European Fair broke records this year by receiving more than 700 proposals from 17 different countries. The 77 companies finally selected will compete throughout FETEN for different awards, among them, those for Best Show, Direction, Interpretation or Scenic Space.

Eleven shows can be seen at FETEN 2017 for the first time

These are the works of the Andalusian companies Cía. the cinnamon ('The seed') and Da. Danza Te ('Akari'); the Asturian Fantastique Company ('Dorothy's journey') and La Sonrisa del Lgarto ('La Mona Simona'), the Cantabrian Scene Miriñaque ('Cotton') or the Castilian and Leonese Baychimo Teatro ('The fox who lost his memory' ) and Puppets of María Parrato ('The Old Man and the Sea'). The absolute premieres section is completed by the titles presented by Mag Lari ('La Dolce Vita'); LaBú Theater ('Bianco') and Zum Zum Teatre ('The hen that lays the golden eggs'), from Catalonia; and the companies Morfeo Teatro (Castilla y León), Karlik Danza Teatro (Extremadura) and Gloria Muñoz Artes Escénicas (Murcia), which come together to inaugurate FETEN 2017 with 'El lago de los cisnes. The legend of the swan princess'.

Opening day

Three companies, a Castilian and Leonese, another Extremadura and a last Murcia, come together to create a unique show. The first of the absolute premieres, that of 'Swan Lake. The legend of the swan princess', will officially open the calendar of FETEN performances on Sunday, February 12, at 6:00 p.m. Morfeo Teatro, Karlik Danza Teatro and Gloria Muñoz Performing Arts will be in charge of opening the Fair at the Jovellanos Theater with a new version of the classic that tells the story of the evil sorcerer, Rotbart who, after asking the Kings for the hand of his daughter, the beautiful Odette, and they refuse it, turns the princess into a swan by day and a woman by night until, finding a true love, she manages to break the spell. They will also stage the show the day before, during the Preferia, at 7.30 pm.


Last week of registration of candidatures for the MIN Awards

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Last week of registration of candidatures for the MIN Awards

The MIN Awards for Independent Music keep the registration period for candidates open until January 31st. The process of determining the winners of the ninth edition combines the popular vote with the vote of professionals.

The registration period for candidates for the MIN Awards for Independent Music ends next Tuesday, January 31.

All artists with music recordings (songs, EPs or albums) released in 2016 by independent record producers or self-released artists will be able to register.

Video clips, live shows, productions, designs and photographs related to said musical recordings may also be registered.

+ Bases of the call (reading recommended)

The candidatures will be presented online through the web by the artists, phonographic producers, music editors, managers or professionals who participate in the corresponding music recording.

+ Registration form

All the categories to which you opt must be registered online under a single application. If the artist has published more than one musical recording during 2016, she must choose one of them and it will be this one with which she will participate in the awards.

Voting system

After the publication of the final candidates, a voting process is opened that combines the popular vote with that of the professionals in two phases:

- Public vote

The first phase of voting is done by the public. The 30 most voted candidates in each of the categories will be voted on by the jury.

The public may vote online on the website, for which they must register in advance. Up to 5 votes per person may be cast in each of the categories.

- Jury vote

The second phase of voting is carried out by the professional jury, whose votes determine the finalists and winners for each of the categories.

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