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Start: 9 February
End: 11 May
Teatre Goya
Carrer de Joaquín Costa, 68
Barcelona 08001


“L’AVAR” arrives to Teatre Goya

'L'Avar' arrives to Teatre Goya with Sergi Belbel's version.

Category: Cultura | 3 February, 2016
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Do not miss from February 9 to May 11, in Teatre Goya L’avar, the story of Harpagon,  a widower and terribly miser who wants to marry her daughter Elisa with Anselm, an old and rich man, ready to take her without a dowry, but Elisa wants to marry with Valeri, who has managed to enter in Harpagon’s house hired as supervisor. At the same time, Harpagon and his son, Cleante, compete for the love of Mariana. To help his master, the servant of Cleante, Escletxa, steals the gold of Harpagon. Then, Valeri recognized his love for Elisa.

This traditional resource of confession undoes the climax of all the intrigue: Anselm finds out that Mariana and Valeri are the children who believed that were lost in a shipwreck. Finally, both young couples can marry and Harpagon will be satisfied of retrieving his gold.

In this comedy, Molière uses all the humor resources: the comic character of Harpagon and, of course, the comedy of words and gestures, inherited by the farce and the dance that the author knew very well. In addition to succeed, love and youth laugh at authority that wants to marry against their wishes.

Category: Cultura | 3 February, 2016
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DGTL is your choice for a techno summer in Barcelona

Parc del Forum will greet the next week artists such as Marcel Dettmann, Jeff Mills, Maceo Plex, Seth Troxler and more..


Sónar presents Björk and Brian Eno’s new exhibitions

Arts Santa Mònica brings “Lightforms / Soundforms”, that shows the recent works in light and sound of the British artist, while CCCB has “Björk Digital”, immersive showing by the Icelandic star.


David Bowie is

The spectacular exhibition David Bowie is arrives to the Disseny Hub Barcelona.


Palo Alto is back with a new edition

Palo Alto is back and stronger than ever with their new edition Let’s Go.