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Spanish culture online: Stage Arts
23 Mar - 30 Apr|
Embassy of Spain|
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As we all take part in this new challenge we are facing, more and more people are doing the right thing and staying home. While your security is our number one priority, we also believe Spanish Culture & Science can be enjoyed in many different ways – and the comfort of your own home can also be one of them.
That’s why we’ve decided to gather here all the initiatives taken by Spanish cultural producers to ensure that in this time of turmoil we can all keep on with our lives as normally as possible: by reading a good book, keeping on improving our Spanish, or simply taking our minds off the constant pouring of news.
- Stage Arts Academy of Spain. A set of initiatives in digital format in order to continue its promotion and visibility activity of Stage Arts in Spain.
- #ÓperaFest. Teatro Real. 21, 22 March.
- Premiere of “SIT”, by Tricicle. 25 March at 8 p.m (Spanish hour).
- #ElLiceuACasa (Liceu Ópera Barcelona).
- #LaCuartaSalaCanal (Teatros del Canal). Every day, from 27 March.
- Ballet class with Támara Rojo (English National Ballet).
- What does theatre mean to you? Stage Arts Academy of Spain.
- #LaVentanaDelCDN. National Drama Centre’s online programme to keep theatre alive while we stay at home
- #TeatroConfinado. Teatro de la Abadía’s project to see streaming experiences for 20 people.
- Festival de Otoño #Confín. Call for proposals 6-16 April.
- #KamikazeEnCasa: Veraneantes’. Kamizake’s production available on their Youtube channel.
- Spanish Theatre Company Somos La Joven. Free plays of the company on their webpage.
- Sala Cuarta Pared. Games and ideas to do with children.
- Avatara Dance Company’s Let’s Fight Covid-19 Calendar. Calendar of events, activities, reading and sessions by Avatara Dance Company and the charity AWA Dance (Advancing Women’s Aspiration with Dance).
- Teatro de la Zarzuela. Some of their productions are available on their Youtube channel.