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A scene from Delicades

T de Teatre is celebrating its 30th anniversary with its most emblematic play

The company is bringing back Delicades, a piece written and directed by Alfredo Sanzol.

The three decades of the T de Teatre's trajectory have given us many moments of joy and highly acclaimed shows. However, the one that probably received unanimous approval from critics and audiences alike was Delicades, which premiered in 2010 under the direction of Alfredo Sanzol, who is also the one behind the text — translated into Catalan by Sergi Belbel. So, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the place, actresses Mamen Duch, Marta Pérez, Carme Pla and Àgata Roca have decided to relaunch the project and bring it back to Teatre Goya for a limited time. The play will be on until August 8 as part of the Grec Festival de Barcelona schedule.

The four members of T de Teatre will be joined on stage with actors Jordi Rico and Albert Ribaltato to share with the public the story of stories that is Delicades. The show is composed of different fragments that, at first glance, have nothing to do with one another. Overall, though, they create a complete universe in which we can find a seamstress who sticks a crucifix on the wall with cement so soldiers can't steal it, a father who wants to befriend his daughter on a well-known social network, a woman who needs her neighbours' help to kill a mouse, or a grandmother who tells a story of roses that turn into loaves of bread to her grandson

For more information and tickets, visit this link.

Publication date: Tuesday, 27 July 2021
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