- Víctor Català
- Direction Alícia Gorina
- Sala Petita
The greatest novel by Víctor Català brought to stage from Alicia Gorina’s perspective
“After passing through Ridorta they had come across a wagon going their way”... The start of Víctor Català’s best known work is an invitation to immerse oneself in the fascinating literary richness of Solitud, and foreshadows some of its big themes: landscape as a vocabulary to express existence, animality in the face of cultural and technical evolution, or time as human geography.
With her great mountain novel, Caterina Albert gave voice to one of the most exciting female characters created in Catalan literature. A journey of enormous vital intensity, marked by the magnetic discovery of desire, the raw learning of solitude and the lucid understanding of the pains that weigh upon the world.
Show related to the Women Pioneers Epicentre
Show included in the season tickets.
Prices and times
General price24 €
Youth price 50%12 € i
Special price 15%20 € i
School price12 € i
TimesWednesday 11th and 18th of March at 19 pm
Thursday and Friday 20 pm
Saturday 19 pm
Sunday 18 pm
- Running time:
- approximate 2 h
- Recommended age :
- 16 years and above
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- Víctor Català
- Alícia Gorina
- Albert Arribas
- Pepo Blasco, Oriol Guinart, Pol López, Maria Ribera and Pau Vinyals
Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
Foto de l'espectacle Solitud
© White Horse/TNC
Recommended school levels: secondary school students aged 16 to 18.
This play is recommended by the TNC Education Service as a useful tool for the training and cultural development of youths.
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