1 h 15’
Montjuïc. Espai Lliure
Free with prior registration
Hearing assistance via mobile phone
Taking advantage of the fact that the Teatre Lliure's current programme focuses on Central and Eastern Europe and the current situation in Ukraine, this Wednesday's La taula will focus on this conflict.
Why are we so shocked when enemy fire does not respect cultural equipment?
How does our role as the public of cultural proposals condition the conflict? And the role of producers?
Is it possible to make art after a war? And what do we expect from artists?
The time has been brought forward to 17:00 to allow time to attend the demonstration called by the No a la guerra Platform at 18:30 in Plaça Catalunya.
Born in Pamplona, Isabel Sucunza holds a Bachelor’s in Journalism from the University of Navarra. She worked as a reporter on the city film, theatre and art beats in the Guía del Ocio (entertainment guide) and over time focused on recommendations of books and writers. She contributes to TV programmes about books such as Saló de lectura (BTV) and L’hora del lector (TV3), and in 2014 she and Abel Cutillas decided to co-found the bookshop Llibreria Calders in Barcelona. She is the author of La tienda y la vida and has written books on La Directa and El Nacional. She currently contributes to El Periódico.
We consolidate the experience of a more democratic dialogue with the third programme of La Taula [The Long Table]. This time round, we offer you seven events with a line-up featuring conversation with the hosts Denise Duncan, Quim Bigas, Isabel Sucunza and Oriol Puig Taulé. The latter three artists will be responsible for two sessions each, but will be covering different topics in each one. In this original project by the Split Britches company, anyone can talk about what they want, starting from an initial topic while always following the etiquette of listening to each other.