Vent de garbí i una mica de por



Vent de garbí i una mica de por

  • Maria Aurèlia Capmany
  • Sala Petita
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The immobilizing fear of change

Cadaqués, Sitges and Caldetes. Several holidaymakers are enjoying their time in similar situations but in very different historical periods: in July 1968, on 17 July 1936 and on 30 July 1909. Through this journey over time, the show becomes a mirror of the immobility and impenetrability of the Catalan bourgeoisie.


When in an interview on television Montserrat Roig asked Maria Aurèlia Capmany about the portrayal of the Catalan bourgeoisie in her work, she answered:
The Catalan bourgeoisie is very easy to fictionalise, but it does not resemble the English. Because it is unstable, insecure, very changing […], it is short, it ends, destroys itself, it is dying and restless and this, of course, turns it into an enormously attractive collective character.
We draw on the text of Vent de garbí i una mica de por to continue looking at the patterns of bourgeois behaviour, to examine the feeling of being a social class apart, to imagine a fourth revolution, a fourth summer and a fourth and eternal immobility of these wealthy classes.

Judith Pujol

  • Show included in the season tickets.
  • Book with the text of the show for 5 €.
  • 31 March 2023 Accessible function: Audio description, and subtitling in catalan, individual magnetic loop, individual amplified sound and Touch Tour (register in advance here).

Prices and times

  • -25 % Buy before the premiere and others

    18 € i
  • -50% Youth and others

    12 € i
  • General price

    24 € i
  • School

    10 € i
  • Times

    Wednesday 22nd and 29th March at 11 a.m.
    Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.
    Sunday at 6 p.m.

    Genre: Theatre
    Running time:
    1 h 30 min
    Recommended age :
    14 years and above
    Show in:
    01/04/23 Performance subtitled in English
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Production team

Maria Aurèlia Capmany
Version by
Albert Boronat and Judith Pujol
David Anguera, Laura Aubert, Alba Florejachs, Àurea Màrquez, Miquel Malirach, Albert Mora, Miriam Moukhles, Joan Solé
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    Directed by
    Judith Pujol

    Set design
    Maria Alejandre
    Víctor Peralta

    Costumes and characterization
    Giulia Grumi

    Sylvia Kuchinow

    Musical direction and composition
    Marcel Bagés
    David Soler

    Roc Mateu
    Anna Rosell

    Carme Gomila

    Assistant director
    Mauricio Sierra

    Assistant costumes
    Maria Albadalejo

    Assistant audiovisuals

    Marc Homar

    Teatre Nacional de Catalunya
    Corporación Radiotelevisión Española


Education service

Recommended school levels: secondary school students.
This play is recommended by the TNC Education Service as a useful tool for the training and cultural development