More dramatised readings in the farewell cycle for Sala Beckett

This Gràcia-based theatre is offering a cycle of significant works in its history in the form of dramatised readings

After a period of uncertainty, Sala Beckett has cleared up the doubts about its future with the definitive closure of its premises in Gràcia scheduled for May. The theatre’s 2016-1017 season will open in the neighbourhood of Poblenou, in the old Pau i Justícia cooperative building, which is being enlarged to cope with its new functions.

By way of farewell, the cycle The Sala Beckett is on the move is offering 28 dramatised readings of the theatre’s most iconic works. Sala Beckett has opted for a format that will allow it to recover some of the texts that have had most impact on is audiences in recent years. Among the works that we have already been able to see are plays by Pazo Zarzoso, Lluïsa Cunillé, Conor McPherson and Roland Schimmelpfennig.

Upcoming works include Refugi (17 March), written by Jessica Goldberg and directed by Oriol BroggiLa màquina de parlar (21 March), written and directed by Victoria Szpunberg; Plou a Barcelona (22 March), written by Pau Miró and directed by Toni Casares; and Lucid (23 March), written by Rafael Spregelburd and directed by Victoria Szpunberg.

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Publication date: Wednesday, 16 March 2016
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