This weekend is very musical. Saturday, the 29th, is the International Dance Dayand the Spanish Town (Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 13) celebrates it with El Poble Dansa, twenty activities from 12 noon to 9 pm dedicated to this genre. And Saturday, the 30th, within the framework of the international jazz daythe tidal wave (Moll d’Espanya, 5) organizes an afternoon of music by the sea. Saxophone, piano and sea at sunset.
22 years of a life summarized in 3 hours of theater. That’s how it is The homes and the daysthe theatrical adaptation of the diary of David Vilaseca, which collects his experiences from 1987 to 2009, a year before he died at the age of 46. An intimate, deep, personal work focused on a human and imperfect self and, above all, real. Until May 29, at the TNC (Plaza de les Arts, 1).
Ask for a party for this Monday, because you will have a hangover. The Ravaladathe most important ‘drag’ party in Barcelona, turns one year old, and it celebrates it this Sunday in style: with a macro-event in Razzmatazz (Almogàvers, 122) where the best ‘drag queens’ from Barcelona, Madrid, Valencia and with a special guest, Envy Peru, winner of the Dutch Drag Race franchise, will attend.
The Barcelona Maritime Museum and his restaurant, the Nora Raval (Avenida de les Drassanes, 1), inaugurate a cycle of proximity dinners: the fish on the plate comes directly from the nets of the Barcelona fishing community. With a monthly session held the last week of the month, the dinner is laced with cultural talks about coastal life in the city. Until July.