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'Dijous de Comèdia a Xàbia', a new edition begins in the town

February 13 from 2024 - 12: 38

The February cultural program in Xàbia gives way to one of the most successful cycles in recent years, the monologue cycle COMEDY dijous;, on Thursdays at the Duanes Library and the Multipurpose Room of Portal del Clot. The artists Manu Gòrriz, Patricia Ferrero, Rafa Forner, Coria Castillo and María Juan will participate in this cycle in 2024.

Image: Dijous de Comèdia poster in Xàbia

The first of the performances will be this Thursday, February 15 at 20:00 p.m. at the Duanes Library; Patricia Ferrero will perform on February 29 at the Polivalent room in Portal del Clot. On March 21 it will be Rafa Forner's turn at the Duanes Library; and on April 25, Coria Castillo will fill the Multipurpose Room of the Portal del Clot with laughter and finally on May 23, in the Multipurpose Room of the Portal del Clot, María Juan will perform.

La Councilor for Culture, Mavi Pérez, explained that his department has maintained this cycle of monologues that have been consolidated in the annual cultural programming and are an incentive to liven up life in our urban centers. On the other hand, on Friday there is a new Contes pluja session in the Center Històric Library starting at 17:30 p.m.

Furthermore, starting at 20:00 p.m., in the House of Culture There is an appointment with the theater and "the Corporation" by Crit Companyia de teatre. The representation tells the story of three mayors of fictitious towns who share the same problem, who agree to attend a meeting in Brussels to present it to the president of the European Commission. The play will begin at 20:00 p.m. and has an entrance fee of 5 euros.

1 Comment
  1. Erika says:

    From what I see on the poster, there is only one monologue that is not in Valencian. It seems to me that it is discrimination against a very important part of the citizens, who do not have to know Valencian, even if they live here. I'm sorry, and I say this because I don't understand it and, therefore, I can't go.