(Barcelona, 1969). He holds a Degree in Contemporary History from the University of Barcelona, as well as a Master’s Degree in Journalism from El País.

He is a journalist and editor at El País, where he has worked in the Catalan edition (, weekly section “Teatre off”), in Culture and in Publishing. He has also worked at 20 minutos, in the “Cultures” section of the Catalonia edition of the newspaper Público and has contributed to other media, such as He is one of the founders of the platform for the dissemination of the performing arts and has co-written, with the biologist Sergio Rossi, two novels, Medusa [Jellyfish] and El cementerio de icebergs [Icebergs Cemetery] (both with Plaza & Janés) and two children’s novels, El equipo Krakatek: los vagabundos del hielo [The Krakatek Team: The Ice Wanderers] and El pez de oro [The Golden Fish] (both with Ediciones B).

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“Being caught by surprise is the most wonderful thing, in theatre and in life”

Emma Vilarasau

Two days after Lali Symon premiered at the Romea theatre, as part of the latest Grec Festival, Emma Vilarasau arrives in the theatre’s foyer before locking herself in...

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