Autumn Season 2020

TENANT (9 NUMANTIA STREET)

by Paco Gámez

Translated by Tim Gutteridge

17th SEP

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JOE STRUMMER TAKES A WALK

by Juan Alberto Salvatierra

Translated by L. Finch

24th SEP

TAXI GIRL

by María Velasco

Translated by Jessica Rainey

1st OCT

THE CLOWN’S MINUTE

by José Ramón Fernández

Translated by Puerto Baker

8th OCT

HAPPINESS

by Marilia Samper

Translated by Steven Capsuto

22th OCT

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ATRA BILIS

by Laila Ripoll

Translated by Clare Nimmo

5th NOV

THE PLAY TO BE PLAYED

by Miguel del Arco

Translated by Simon Breden

12th NOV

TENDERNESS

by Alfredo Sanzol

Translated by Simon Breden

19th NOV

THE PUBLIC

by Federico García Lorca

3rd DEC

SEEING THROUGH LOVE

by Nando López

(version of María de Zayas´s novels)

Translated by Catherine Boyle

17th DEC

Coronavirus (COVID-19) update

The Cervantes Theatre is suspending all public performances until further notice as we want to do everything we can to protect the health and wellbeing of our audiences, artists, actors and theatre team.

The theatre will remain closed until further notice. For those who hold tickets for future performances, we (or the venues of the tour) will contact you over the next few days with options to receive a refund, to credit the ticket price towards a future production, or help us by donating the price of the ticket.

The Cervantes Theatre is a registered charity, and any donation or subscriptions towards our Friends Scheme will ensure that our theatre stays open after this crisis has passed.

We are paying close attention to the situation and government advice, and will re-open when it is safe to do so.

Many thanks for your support and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.

Past events

In Conversation

Join us to our In Conversation sessions and get to know some of the Spanish playwrights that have come to the Cervantes Theatre. Our cofounder Paula Paz will talk with them about their experience at the theatre, their work, their creative process, what moves them and what inspires them. 

 

Únete a nuestra serie de In Conversation y descubre a algunos de los autores que han pasado por el Cervantes Theatre. Nuestra cofundadora Paula Paz hablará con ellos sobre su experiencia en el teatro, su trabajo, su proceso creativo, lo que les mueve y lo que les inspira.

 

48 profesionales de diferentes sectores con una lengua común y una misma pasión que les mueve a estudiar teatro cada semana con Jorge de Juan en el Cervantes Theatre. Ingenieros, licenciados, enfermeras, médicos, arquitectas, contables, abogadas, diseñadores, terapeutas, científicos… Todos ellos toman la palabra y comparten contigo un poema desde sus casas.

 

 

10 poemas de amor y una canción confinada

Con el objetivo de lanzar un mensaje de amor en los tiempos del virus, Jorge de Juan y su hija María de Juan, Cantante y compositora granadina que acaba de publicar su primer disco 24/7, se unen en la distancia, desde Londres y Granada, respectivamente. Jorge leerá poemas de Joan Margarit, Gioconda Belli, Pablo Neruda y Alfonsina Storni, entre otros poetas, y María versionará el poema “Te quiero”, de Mario Benedetti, acompañada de Andrés Barrios.

Velada propuesta por el Cervantes Theatre de Londres, en colaboración con el Instituto Cervantes Londres.

 

PAST EVENTS

El Origen de la técnica o el destino del teatro

El Cervantes Theatre de Londres en colaboración con el Instituto Cervantes se complace en presentar al maestro de actores Jorge Eines en una Clase Magistral bajo el título “El origen de la técnica o el destino del teatro” el acto será presentado por Jorge de Juan, director artístico del Cervantes Theatre y de la Spanish Theatre Company, y alumno de Jorge Eines.

CLASE MAGISTRAL

6 JULIO 6 pm UK / 7 pm ES

WEBINAR GRATUITO

 

 

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COURAGE, OUTRAGE AND WOMAN

VALOR, AGRAVIO Y MUJER

by Ana Caro – Translated by Catherine Boyle

17th JUNE 6pm UK
Online Dramatised Reading in English

18th JUNE 6pm UK
Conversation with Catherine Boyle and Juana Escabias. Paula Paz moderate.

Productions

 La Casa de Bernarda Alba – UK Tour 2020

 

By Federico García Lorca

Our award winning production of Lorca’s La Casa de Bernarda Alba tours to several venues outside London. Current dates are:

3rd – 4th March 2020  – Crescent Theatre Birmingham

9th – 10th March 2020 – Phoenix Theatre Castleford

18th March 2020 – Mac Belfast

23rd – 24th March 2020 – Redgrave Theatre Bristol

Poster of the play the House of the Spirits being performed in Spanish and English at the Cervantes Theatre between October 28th and November 30th 2019