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  1. May 3 2018

    3 May 2018

    Presentation of the study of "citizen science" linked to urGent estimar, by Ada Vilaró and Josep Perelló

    Presentation of the result of the work of civic science in reference to the show urGent estimar (urgent to love) by Ada Vilaró and Josep Perelló, the opening performance in FiraTàrrega 2017. In this act, the research team OpenSystems of the University of Barcelona led by Perelló will offer the results and analysis of the research into love, coexistence, respect and acceptance of the other that was carried out by means of public participation in the Telegram bot during the summer of 2017 and the devices installed in the plaça Major (main square) of Tàrrega during the days of the Fair.

  2. Jun 8 2018

    8 June 2018

    Open rehearsal of Painball, by Les Impuxibles

    This is the first street show of the company of the Peya sisters. Painball speaks of the blows. Those we have received, those we continue receiving; and also those that we give. Of how they modify us and define us both individually and collectively. A journey through a four-player game, three interpreters and a grand piano. Live music, dances and physical theatre. The ball is in play. To give, to receive, to finish off, to win and to lose, above all, to lose. 

  3. Jul 5 2018

    5 July 2018

    Conference-workshop by Joan Rieradevall and Albert Gusi

    This lecture-workshop, with a planned duration of 4 hours, takes place in the Espai Guinovart of Agramunt as a result of a collaboration with FiraTàrrega, within the framework of the Art and Territory course.

  4. Jul 11 2018

    11 July 2018

    Open rehearsal of Proyecto X, by Silere

    Promenade show that, altering the flows of transit of people and vehicles through the installation of some metallic cubes, inflatable to human scale, manipulates the urban fabric and places the city in a state of emergency. A playful reflection on the shaping and uses of the public space, understood as the means that conditions the freedom of the citizens' movements and the construction of community life. On how the external limits dialogue with and hinder our internal limits. An invitation to break with the obstacles the city imposes on our lives. Silere is a company made up of María Capell and Andrea Paz, former students of the Master's Degree in Street Arts Creation of FiraTàrrega.

  5. Jul 19 2018

    19 July 2018

    Open rehearsal of Ohtli, by D'Jade

    In the Náhuatl language, «ohtli» means «path». This show is based on the metaphor of the path as an experience of life that we all travel on our way to death. A homage to existence and ancestral wisdom and a reminder of our ephemeral condition, in the form of collective ritual*. In this case, the path takes the symbolic form of the river - allegory of birth and of death - and more precisely of the river Ondara whose bed we will have the opportunity to make a discovery of the space and of several crisscross histories. A promenade for all publics, with visual and sound poetics directed towards magic realism, opera prima of her directress, Claudia González, former student of the Master's Degree in Street Arts Creation of FiraTàrrega. 

    Audience: +6. Not recommended for people with limited mobility.

  6. Jul 19 2018

    19 July 2018

    Open rehearsal of Ohtli, by D'Jade

    In the Náhuatl language, «ohtli» means «path». This show is based on the metaphor of the path as an experience of life that we all travel on our way to death. A homage to existence and ancestral wisdom and a reminder of our ephemeral condition, in the form of collective ritual*. In this case, the path takes the symbolic form of the river - allegory of birth and of death - and more precisely of the river Ondara whose bed we will have the opportunity to make a discovery of the space and of several crisscross histories. A promenade for all publics, with visual and sound poetics directed towards magic realism, opera prima of her directress, Claudia González, former student of the Master's Degree in Street Arts Creation of FiraTàrrega. 

    Audience: +6. Not recommended for people with limited mobility.

  7. Jul 28 2018

    28 July 2018

    Open rehearsal of Tza Tzpar (L'espera), by Hui Basa

    A group of strangers share a refuge. Outside, the threat. Inside, the wait. And the fear of what is to arrive. Within this parenthesis fondness can be born, the capacity to organize oneself, beauty... What is there inside each one of us - and among us - beyond fear? When living does not merely mean surviving. An experience with live music, circus, movement, theatre close-up. A show that reflects on individual and collective management of fear and on the resistance to violence in a context of conflict. A creation by Hui Basa (Lali Álvarez i Pau Matas).

    Audience: +12

  8. Jul 29 2018

    29 July 2018

    Open rehearsal: Antonio Zúñiga + Melina Pereyra

    After his stay in Tàrrega in 2016 directing the participatory project of Carretera 45 (Algo de mí, algo de ti), the Mexican playwright Antonio Zúñiga accepts the task of FiraTàrrega to develop a piece for a single actor and for all audiences based on historical memory. This residency of dramatic writing will coincide with the development of the Graves Plan of the Generalitat de Catalunya, which plans to operate in the municipality of Tàrrega. Zúñiga will provide an external and literally objective vision to this process of research and recovery of a significant moment in our recent history. The resulting piece will be represented in September in FiraTàrrega, directed by Melina Pereyra, actress and playwright known to the public for her participation in the shows Trossos (2012) by the company Obskené and Sapucay (2015) by Chroma Teatre, both presented at the Fira. 

    All audiences

  9. Aug 6 2018

    6 August 2018

    Open rehearsal of Ohtli, by D'Jade

    In the Náhuatl language, «ohtli» means «path». This show is based on the metaphor of the path as an experience of life that we all travel on our way to death. A homage to existence and ancestral wisdom and a reminder of our ephemeral condition, in the form of collective ritual*. In this case, the path takes the symbolic form of the river - allegory of birth and of death - and more precisely of the river Ondara whose bed we will have the opportunity to make a discovery of the space and of several crisscross histories. A promenade for all publics, with visual and sound poetics directed towards magic realism, opera prima of her directress, Claudia González, former student of the Master's Degree in Street Arts Creation of FiraTàrrega. 

    Audience: +6. Not recommended for people with limited mobility.

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