La Casa de Bernarda Alba – Feb 2020
By Federico García Lorca
Our award winning production of Lorca’s La Casa de Bernarda Alba returns in February for two weeks and then tours to several venues outside London. Current dates are:
3rd -29th February 2020 at the Cervantes Theatre London
3rd – 4th March 2020 – Crescent Theatre Birmingham
9th – 10th March 2020 – Phoenix Theatre Castleford
23rd – 24th March 2020 – Redgrave Theatre Bristol
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The Cervantes Theatre runs a friends scheme that enables people to support the charity to continue providing top quality theatre. Productions in off-west end theatres in London cannot be put on solely through ticket sales (prices would have to roughly double for this to be the case) and so every play requires money to be found from elsewhere. We are deeply grateful to our main corporate and institutional sponsors, whose logos with links to their websites are on the bottom of every page of this website together with Arts Council England for their support
ACTING CLASSES/CLASES DE INTERPRETACIÓN
From September 16th 2019 – Beginners, Intermediates and Advanced
THE 1ST ANA CARO PRIZE – WINNING PLAY ANNOUNCED
The 1st Ana Caro Prize aims to support, promote and internationalise modern day Spanish Drama
PREMIO ANA CARO – EDICIÓN I – OBRA GANADORA
El I PREMIO ANA CARO DE TEATRO 2019, tiene como finalidad apoyar, promocionar y difundir internacionalmente la dramaturgia en lengua española más actual
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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.