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Schedule for the weekend of 30 June: 8 highly recommended cultural plans

This is the only weekend in which you will have the chance to watch ‘Letter to a man’ at Teatre Nacional de Catalunya, until Sunday 2nd July with Director Robert Wilson and the legendary ballet dancer Mikhail Baryshnikov. It is a show which is based on the famous diaries of Vàtslav Nijinski, published in 1936, which focus on the fragmented mind of this great dance artist as he went crazy, losing touch with reality. As in all of Wilson’s works, movement, text, light, scenography and music all play an equal role.

Another cultural proposal for this weekend is to visit the FADfest, exhibitions, the Art and Design Festival in Barcelona, which showcases the best proposals in architecture, interior design, graphic design, publicity, industrial design, art and fashion.


Tomorrow, Saturday, the summer festival ‘Geografía’ at the Auditorio de la Diputación de Alicante (ADDA), kicks off. It is a journey through the world via the best international jazz, flamenco, classic and world music artists. Tomorrow, Saturday 1st July, Xarxa Theatre will light up the esplanade of ADDA, and on Sunday 2nd July Michael Nyman will be performing. He is one of the most innovative and acclaimed British composers for his operas, string quartets, soundtracks and orchestral concerts.


Other cultural proposals include:

-In Valencia, the Serenates 2017, music festival continues, which is music primarily composed and interpreted by Valencian musicians. It will be held at the cloister of the historic building of the University of Valencia. Also in Valencia, it is possible to visit -‘Guardianes de piedra’ will be stopping in Villajoyosa, thanks to MARQ. Guardianes de piedra is an exhibition which pays homage to the more than 230 castles and fortresses in the province of Alicante.

-The exhibition at Espai 13 at the Joan Miró Foundation with artist Adrià Julià and ‘Hot Iron’, a project which is based on the photographic archive of Catalan Romanesque churches, which had not been published until now, thanks to Ramon Julià Alemany who catalogued up to 556 churches between the 50’s and the 90’s. This exhibition can be visited until this Sunday, 2nd July.

-The ‘Big Bang Data’ at DOX Centro de Arte Contemporáneo in Prague, after stopping in Barcelona, Madrid, Buenos Aires, London and Singapore. It is an exhibition which reflects on how the explosion of information is transforming the world.

The exhibition ‘Da árbore á cadeira’ is divided into four themes: design, industry, natural heritage and art, with which it relates property design and the industrialisation process of the timber sector and Galician furniture with the natural environment where the raw materials are extracted: the forest. You can visit this exhibition at the Centro Gaiás museum in Cidade da Cultura in Galicia.