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Everybody dances

Tothom Balla / Everybody dances is back, a participative and exciting proposal that will kick off a whole day of activities and surprises to close the 2019 edition of the Metropolitan Dance / Dansa Metropolitana in the nine cities involved.

This year, the choreography of this great dance festival has been devised by Mar Gómez, a creator of performances that integrate theatre, gesture and sense of humor and would seduce audiences of all ages. She’s a local artist with international recognition.

Schedule shows

Badalona

Centre Cultural l'Escorxador
30 March at 12:00

Barcelona

Plaça dels Àngels
30 March at 12:00

Cornellà de Llobregat

30 March at 12:00

El Prat de Llobregat

Plaça Catalunya
30 March at 12:00

Esplugues de Llobregat

Parc Pou d'en Fèlix
30 March at 12:00

L'Hospitalet de Llobregat

Plaça del Poliesportiu del Centre
30 March at 12:00

Sant Cugat del Vallès

Plaça d’Octavià
30 March at 12:00

Santa Coloma de Gramenet

Plaça de la Vila
30 March at 12:00

Viladecans

Parc del Torrent Ballester
30 March at 12:00

Las llamas de París

Bolshoi Ballet, 2017

Inspired by the French Revolution, this ballet by Boris Asafyev with a libretto by Nicolai Volkov and Vladimir Dmitriev is the story of a young peasant girl besieged by a count, shortly before the popular uprisings put an end to the French monarchy and aristocracy. The action begins in Marseille, one of the cities that rebelled, and includes its victorious march to Paris to the beat of Marseillaise.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Yelmo Cines Icària
28 March at 20:15

Coppélia

Bolshoi Ballet, 2018

The famous Moscow Bolshoi Ballet reconstructs the original choreography of Coppelia by Leo Delibes, created the last third of the nineteenth century, to stress the irresistible energy and humor of this romantic tale. The impressive body of dance dazzles especially in entertainment and in the famous "dance of the hours." A couple of peasants and an automata manufacturer, who wants to endow Coppélia's soul his latest creation, are the protagonists of this classic ballet.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Yelmo Cines Comedia
26 March at 20:15

Dantza

Telmo Esnal, 2018
Spain

Connected with nature and rooted in traditions, this documentary is a story about the life cycle and the struggle for survival. And dance is the chosen language to explain it. Dancing is a poetic song to the tradition, to the land and to its people, to the myths and customs of a people. A story about the miracle of existence.

Schedule shows

Sant Cugat del Vallès

Cinemes Sant Cugat
21 March at 19:30

Barcelona

Renoir Floridablanca
26 March at 20:30

Yuli

Icíar Bollaín, 2018
Espanya

Carlos Acosta, a dance legend and the first black dancer to play some of the most famous classical ballet roles in companies such as the Royal Ballet in London, is the protagonist of this biopic that takes us to the Cuba of his childhood and follow the stages of a story of effort and self-improvement. Nominated for five Goya prizes and awarded at the San Sebastian Festival, the film features the same Carlos Acosta as the cast.

Schedule shows

L'Hospitalet de Llobregat

Filmax GranVia2
16 March at 12:00

Sant Cugat del Vallès

Cinemes Sant Cugat
25 March at 19:00

Dancing Beethoven

Arantxa Aguirre, 2016
Espanya, Suïssa

Documentary that closely follows the preparation of the Ninth Symphony of Beethoven, presented in Tokyo by the Béjart Ballet Lausanne and the Ballet of Tokyo, accompanied by the Philharmonic Orchestra of Israel led by Zubin Mehta. Dozens of artists from all countries work on the construction of this ephemeral cathedral, made of sweat and dreams.

Dancing Beethoven was nominated the Best Documentary at the Goya y Forqué Awards, and won the prize ‘Espiga de Plata’ in the section of the Seminci History Time .

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Balmes Multicines
21 March at 20:00

Giselle

English National Ballet (ENB)

A new version of this classic ballet by Akram Khan is one of the most important choreographers on the international scene. Giselle de Khan reinvents the language of classical dance to turn the protagonist into an energetic and furious woman, a heroine of our times that fights against abuse of power. A modern and risky proposal that deserves the unanimous applause of the critics.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Cinesa Diagonal
21 March at 19:00
Cinesa Diagonal Mar
21 March at 19:00
Cinesa SOM Multiespai
21 March at 19:00

Dancer

Steven Cantor, 2016
Regne Unit, Rússia, Ucraïna, Estats Units

Sergei Polunin was the youngest dancer of the Royal Ballet. His extraordinary talent, however, became a curse, to the extent that he retired at only 25, overwhelmed by fame. This film covers the life of this young person who transformed the usual image of the classical ballet, becoming viral.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Cinemes Verdi. Verdi Park
19 March at 20:15

La Caldera Les Corts

Every Saturday after the programme, La Caldera, centre of dance and performing arts creativity, proposes musical moments for us, to end the night in a joyful and festive atmosphere.

The first one (16 March) will be given by Poderío Vital (Itxaso Corral and Òscar Bueno), a project that moves between the performing arts, performance, the text and musical composition.

Schedule shows

Barcelona

La Caldera Les Corts
16 March at 22:00
La Caldera Les Corts
30 March at 22:00

Sala Hiroshima

As part of Dansa Metropolitana, the Sala Hiroshima, a point of reference for contemporary creation and the art of movement, proposes two activities to complement the programme, which make interaction between the artist and the audience possible, as well as dialogue between (national and international) creators and the young hopefuls trained in this country.

Meet the Artist
Aina Alegre
Saturday 16 March

Raquel Gualtero
Saturday 30 March

The two meetings will take place after the performance

Schedule shows

Barcelona

Sala Hiroshima
16 March at 20:30
Sala Hiroshima
30 March at 20:30

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