Schedule for 21 October: exhibitions and theatre

For this weekend we propose a variety of cultural plans in Alicante, Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia.

The first plan is theatrical, thanks to La Kompanyia lliure and their play ‘In Memoriam. The baby bottle conscription’, which pays tribute to the young people recruited to fight for the II Republic in the final few months of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). You can watch the play at Teatre Lliure in Montjuïc until November 13.

Also in Barcelona we recommend that you visit the “I wanted to be a photographer” exhibition at the headquarters of Foto Colectania. 11 projects through which you can reflect on the role of photographers in today’s society…

You can also have a look at photojournalism until 1st November at World Press Photo Madrid. They are images which summarise the most significant events in 2015, the refugee crisis, the earthquake in Nepal, the terrorist attack against French magazine Charlie Hebdo… The exhibition can be visited at the Official College of Architects of Madrid (COAM).

© Chen Jie - Tianjin Explosion - FB Insta

© Chen Jie – Tianjin Explosion – FB Insta

In Valencia it is still possible to visit ‘Perdidos en la ciudad’ at IVAM with 300 works by different artists who visit the most important cities in the world to offer us extremely varied viewpoints…

Fun House, 1956. Richard Hamilton. IVAM

Fun House, 1956. Richard Hamilton. IVAM

In Xixona (Alicante) you can visit the travelling exhibition ‘Guardianes de Piedra until October 30th. Castillos de Alicante’ promoted by MARQ, who also organised the recently inagurated exhibition ‘Luz de Roma’ in Concentaina (Alicante), which can be visited until 30 November.


Lastly, we propose two cultural plans in Barcelona, the first of which is in Espai 13 at Fundación Joan Miró where the exhibition ‘Fiction is reality waiting to happen’ by Ana García-Pineda opens up the One Foot Out. Exhibitions and Diasporas’, can be visited up until 6 November. And the second plan is the exhibition ‘Ramón Llull. La máquina de pensar’ at Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Barcelona.