Mon, 27/03/2017 - 18:35
Flic-Flac Circ: Barcelona '92 in Sant Andreu
School sport. The SAT (Sant Andreu Theatre) is the chosen venue for the final performances of various Flic Flac Circ schools, from 29 to 31 March.
Flic-Flac Circ gives pupils from various city educational centres the chance to perform on stage. This year’s edition involves the show “25 years since the Barcelona 92 Games”, performed by various school groups from the City of Barcelona. The activity is directed by the Nou Barris Circus School at the Sant Andreu SAT Theatre.
David Escudé, the Commissioner for Sport, will attend one of the performances on Friday 31 March, at 11.15 am. The children involved are 6th year primary school pupils, who have worked on the show with their PE teachers.
This school-time activity, which combines acrosport and corporal expression, aims to recreate scenes from the Barcelona ’92 Olympic and Paralympic Games, along with scenes related to the history and origin of the Olympiads in Ancient Greece.