OUR AUTUMN/WINTER SEASON
30th August – 9th September
After its success during the Springboard Season in June, the English translation of The Dark Stone returns to the Cervantes Theatre for a 2 week run, as a foreword to the New Spanish Writing season, beginning in September.
14th – 16th September
The Cervantes Theatre presents a flamenco festival led by prestigious artists known for their performances in major festivals such as that of La Unión, as well as members of Murcia’s Symphony Orchestra.
18th September – 14th October
The STC, with the support of Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) present the first annual season dedicated to new Spanish writing. The season will feature a series of 3 dramatized readings and a 3 week production.
23rd October – 2nd December
The STC continues their mission to present all of Federíco García Lorca’s work with a new production of The House of Bernarda Alba, Lorca’s story of a family of women in 1930s Spain, dominated and repressed by the matriarch Bernarda Alba.
6th – 30th December
After a successful run in February 2017, The Judge of the Divorces…y Otros returns for the Christmas period for a Spanish alternative to the pantomime.
Ticket includes 2 tapas and a drink for the full entremés experience.
After presenting Twelve, Jorge Crecis’ choreography created for Acosta Danza in Sadler’s Wells this September, we have the pleasure of announcing that Jorge Crecis will be bringing his piece Through and Out² to the Cervantes Theatre for one night only.
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OUR JOURNEY TO OPENING THE CERVANTES THEATRE
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The Cervantes Theatre stages numerous Spanish language plays throughout the year from both Spanish and Latin American playwrights. The productions are performed in Spanish on Monday-Tuesday, and in English Wednesday-Saturday. Our weekly Tuesday matinees are ideal for school groups wishing to visit our 88 seat venue.
All schools who wish to be involved with the programme will be provided with our educational pack a few weeks before the trip, which includes information on our current production and interactive workshops which can be carried out in class either before or after seeing the play.
Visits also include a pre or post-show talk with a member of the creative team, who will talk about the creative process and discuss issues surrounding the play.