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Origami

For technical reasons, the show of today (March 2) is postponed to March 6 (at the same time).

Origami is a spectacular and delicate street dance work in which a 12-metre shipping container is transformed into an elegant origami object. The person behind this marvel is Satchie Noro, the dancer who performs a slow and subtle aerial dance on the mechanical structure as it unfolds and morphs into a triangle, a rectangle or a square.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Plaça del Mar
3 March at 12:00
Plaça del Mar
3 March at 17:00
Plaça dels Àngels
6 March at 12:00
Plaça dels Àngels
6 March at 17:00

Esplugues

Parc Pou d'en Fèlix
4 March at 12:00
Parc Pou d'en Fèlix
4 March at 17:00

Santa Coloma de Gramenet

Plaça de Pau Casals
7 March at 11:30
Plaça de Pau Casals
7 March at 13:00

L'Hospitalet

Rambla de la Marina
9 March at 17:00
Rambla de la Marina
9 March at 19:00

Badalona

Centre Cultural l'Escorxador
10 March at 12:00
Centre Cultural l'Escorxador
10 March at 17:00

Cornellà de Llobregat

Parc de Can Mercader
11 March at 11:20
Parc de Can Mercader
11 March at 13:00

Under9

The Brodas Bros take urban dance down to the Metro. Under9 is an artistic project in a metropolitan spirit that links the towns and cities of Barcelona, Badalona, Cornellà de Llobregat and Santa Coloma de Gramenet and which will feature in the closing party in L’Hospitalet de Llobregat.

Schedule shows

Badalona

Badalona-Pompeu Fabra L2
1 March at 19:00

Cornellà / Esplugues

Pl. de l'Estació (Cornellà Centre) L5
2 March at 19:00

Santa Coloma de Gramenet

Fondo L9N
3 March at 19:00

Barcelona / L'Hospitalet

Zona Universitària L9S
16 March at 19:00

Pinocchio

Collodi’s classic story bursts onto the stage once again in a magnificent dance work for family audiences in which Pinocchio embarks on a fantastic journey to become a real boy of flesh and blood. This Pinocchio by Jasmin Vardimon combines physical theatre, characterisation, innovative technologies, text and dance to explore the idea of what it means to be human.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

SAT! Sant Andreu Teatre
10 March at 18:00
SAT! Sant Andreu Teatre
11 March at 18:00

Slow Sports Kids

Slow Sports Kids explores the way athletes experience movement: their bodies, their beauty, their rhythmical movements, their facial expressions and the sounds made by their actions. It also reflects on how sports events are organised and how they are presented in the media.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Mercat de les Flors
17 March at 18:00
Mercat de les Flors
18 March at 12:00

Danse étoffée sur musique déguisée

The first piece by the ZOO / Thomas Hauert company for children is a solo performed to the Sonatas and Interludes for Prepared Piano by John Cage. A prepared piano is a piano that has been modified by inserting all kinds of objects between the strings. These simple materials take the instrument into acoustic territories as new as they are familiar. By applying this same idea to the body, this piece deviates from every theatre narrative and lets the imagination fly. Here, nothing is normal. Or rather, everything is extraordinary!

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Mercat de les Flors
3 March at 18:00
Mercat de les Flors
4 March at 12:00

Viatge al centre de la Terra

An innovative and visually strong show, this piece is inspired by one of the best-known works by the father of literary science fiction, Jules Verne. In Viatge al centre de la Terra, two sisters, Eva and Ava, decide to follow in the footsteps of an ancestor of theirs and to travel to Iceland. There they meet Hans, the guide who will lead them on a journey to the centre of the Earth, a descent during which the dancers will encounter incredible beings and landscapes, as well cultural residues that humankind has left behind.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
1 March at 11:00
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
2 March at 11:00
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
3 March at 17:00
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
4 March at 12:00
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
8 March at 11:00
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
9 March at 11:00
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
10 March at 17:00
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
11 March at 12:00

Quadres d’una exposició

Pictures at an Exhibition is a famous suite of 15 pieces of music composed by Mussorgsky to pay tribute to Viktor Hartmann, an architect, draughtsman and keen painter who was a close friend of the composer’s. The score was inspired by the posthumous exhibition of Hartmann’s works at the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg.

Schedule shows

Badalona

Teatre Zorrilla
1 March at 10:00
Teatre Zorrilla
2 March at 10:00
Teatre Zorrilla
3 March at 18:00

Cornellà de Llobregat

Sala Ramon Romagosa
4 March at 12:00

L'Hospitalet

Teatre Joventut
6 March at 10:30
Teatre Joventut
7 March at 10:30

Santa Coloma de Gramenet

Teatre Sagarra
12 March at 10:00

El dia de la bèstia (Le jour de la bête)

An expressive dancer with a strong temperament and boundless energy, Aina Alegre delves into various festive rituals such as popular Mediterranean festivals and carnivals and analyses the gestures, movements, rhythm and breathing of the community involved in them. This leads to reflection on festive rituals that become spaces for sharing, cathartic spaces for exchanging energy, for self-celebration but also of transgression and resistance.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Sala Hiroshima
16 March at 20:30
Sala Hiroshima
17 March at 20:30
Sala Hiroshima
18 March at 19:00

Three Times Rebel

This work is an exploration of gender inequality, of the harsh nature of inequality, reflected in the abuse of women’s bodies, the use of stereotypes in bringing up and educating children, and the symbolic violence that is increasingly present in our lives. With five impressive dancers, live music performed by Yamila Ríos (voice, cello and electronic) and a mobile geometrical structure in a ‘naked’ space, the choreographer brings a burning topic to the stage: equal rights for women and men.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Mercat de les Flors
15 March at 20:00
Mercat de les Flors
16 March at 20:00
Mercat de les Flors
17 March at 20:00
Mercat de les Flors
18 March at 18:00

Baile para voz y guitarra

It could be said that flamenco expresses itself best in its most genuine version. The flamenco a tres (flamenco trio) is the fundamental format, the one that points us from the knowledge of today back to the origin of the genre. It is simplicity: one who sings, one who plays and one who dances what he or she hears to make it his or her own. This is what the flamenco community call bailar el cante y el toque (dancing the singing and guitar playing).

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Sala Sandaru
15 March at 20:00

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