Claror Club, all the advantages

Enjoy the start of the course! To be subscribed to Claror you have fantastic discounts for going to the theater

17 September, 2018

Thanks to your membership card at Claror you will be able to enjoy this start of the season with extensive discounts for going to the theater, courtesy of Promentrada.

To buy tickets you must go to the Promentrada with the following user:

  • Username: claror
  • Contrasenya: claror01

Take advantage of all the discounts you have!

Some of the most outstanding shows of the moment are:

Shirley Valentine at the Goya Theater
Until November 4
From € 16

Willy Russell
Version Joan Sellent and Ferran Toutain
Directed by Miquel Gorriz
With Mercè Aránega

Shirley Valentine is a comic monologue that tells us about the possibility of change and the courage to live. And he does it in such a vital, tender and fun way at the same time that we can do nothing but let ourselves be dragged along by the strength of its protagonist.

EVA at the Romea Theater
Until October 14
From € 14,45

Text by Marc Artigau, Cristina Genebat and Julio Manrique
Directed by Julio Manrique
With Rosa Gàmiz, Carolina Morro, Marta Pérez, Carme Pla, Albert Ribalta, Jordi Rico and Àgata Roca

T de Teatre celebrates 25 years on stage with a very special adventure: EVA After addressing issues such as motherhood, sex, generational crises and stage practice, pain will be the protagonist of this play.

EVA is the Analog Visual Scale of Pain and is also a dramatic comedy where four crossover stories of four former schoolmates will make us reflect on pain, its poetics and its forms. Physical pain, chronic pain, somatic pain, neuropathic pain, vital pain, moral pain, daily pain, the pain of the soul ...

The Skull of Connemara at La Villarroel
Until October 28
From € 20,40

Author Martin McDonagh
Translation and Adaptation Pau Gener on an idea by Iván Morales
Directed by Iván Morales
With Pol López, Marta Millà and Xavi Sáez

We are in the west of Ireland, in Connemara, a rural, green and still wild county, in the early nineties.
The lonely and mysterious Mick Dowd seems to have a very bland life, his activities seem to be limited to drinking poiteen and gossiping every night with his bingo-addicted neighbor, the old Maryjohnny, and to receive the occasional visit from Thomas , a local policeman with the urge to one day become a successful detective like his admired Colombo. I wish he still had his late wife, Oona, by his side, she was the love of his life and not a day goes by that Mick doesn’t miss her.
For a few days, every fall, Mick's boring existence takes on a slightly more sinister aspect: He is in charge of digging up the corpses that have already been in the local cemetery for more than seven years. It is a macabre occupation, but someone has to do it, for the sake of good social functioning. There is a need to make room for the newly arrived dead.
But this year will not be like the others. The time has come to exhume the remains of Oona. And rumors accusing him of having been the willful culprit of his death reappear among the neighborhood, even among those he considered his friends.
To make matters worse, for the first time he will be forced to work in company, and will have the worst possible assistant, the young Máirtín, the lost bullet of the village, who keeps more hidden blows than it seems.
Welcome to The Skull of Connemara, a black comedy of love and bones.

Fun Home on the Onyric Teatre Condal
Starting 13 in September
From € 25

Original music Jeanine Tesori
Lisa Kron's notebook and letters
Based on the graphic novel Alison Bechdel
Directed by Daniel Anglès
With Mariona Castillo, Daniel Anglès, Pilar Capellades, Clara Solé, Júlia Jové, Marc Andurell, Lara Kate Albertos, Noa Flors, Mariona Lleonart, Ferran Alegre, Aleix Colomer, Daniel Pérez, Miquel Camps, Jan Galivan and Stela Tarradellas

When her father dies unexpectedly, graphic novelist Alison dives deep into her past to tell the story of the volatile, bright and unique man whose temperament and secrets defined his family and life. Moving between the past and the present, Alison relives her unique childhood playing in the family business, the Bechdel funeral home, her growing understanding of her own sexuality, and the impending, unanswered questions about her father’s hidden desires. .
Fun Home is a refreshingly honest and totally original musical about seeing your parents through adult eyes.

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