A theatrical route takes us on a journey back in time to September 11, 1714

"1714. Morir per seguir vius" immerses us into the alleys of the eighteenth century, in a fictionalized journey with dual representation on September 12

In this particular route through our fundamental story we make a jump in time, with the help of two guides that come out of the trunk of memories: a student of history with pretensions of being a writer and a passionate archivist who knows everything about Renaissance.

1714. Morir per seguir vius brings us closer to the unsung heroes of this great date in the history of Catalunya, September 11, 1714, through the steps of a young historian who seeks to uncover the secrets that lie behind the walls of our city, and getting to know the memories of the locals who decided to defend their rights against the siege.

With the help of Victoria, a young archivist who appeals to the hidden documents, and will give us more technical explanations of the route, this cultural and theatrical itinerary promises to reveal the hidden corners of history, as we walk through the streets where those facts had place.

 

1714. Morir per seguir vius

When: September 12 double session at 11 and 17h.

Starting point: Fossar de les Moreres

Price: € 14 per person. Free for children under 8 years

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Publication date: Monday, 31 August 2015
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