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Brodas Bros: Concierto concepto

'Concierto Concepto' is a dance and music production with the aesthetic, technique and positivity of the Catalan company Brodas Bros. The prestigious group, famous for their hip hop, fuse the concept of the concert with a breakdance show, creating a montage that can be performed in a theatre as much as in the street.

  1. Coliseum Gran Via, 595, Eixample, 08007
  2. Thu Mar 5 - Sun Mar 15
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Bosque Ardora

Rocío Molina, with the help of two dancers and six musicians, transport us to a fantastical wood where an ambiguous and dangerous game unfolds, a struggle for domination in which the deepest animal instincts emerge. Atavistic and irrational impulses expose the absurdity of human behaviour. In this universal conflict, representation changes its nature, the unreal becomes apparent, and the game, inevitably, becomes drama.  

  1. Mercat de les Flors Lleida, 59, Sants-Montjuïc, 08004
  2. Sat Mar 7 - Sun Mar 8
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Choreography and artistic direction: Sébastien Ramirez, with the collaboration of Honjo Wang. Dancers: Rocío Molina, Honjo Wang.   With Felahikum (Arabic name attributed to the origin of the word 'flamenco'), Sébastien Ramirez conducts a thorough investigation with dancers Rocío Molina (flamenco, Seville) and Honjo Wang (hip-hop and ballet, Berlin), where they confront different styles of dance. The choreographic exchange will serve as a way to look for a possible dialogue between these cultures of dance and to look at the the condition of women in society, among other aspects of the social dimension of flamenco and hip hop.

  1. Mercat de les Flors Lleida, 59, Sants-Montjuïc, 08004
  2. Thu Mar 5 - Fri Mar 6
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Milonga Queer

Fancy learning to dance the tango? Can't find a place to go where you don't have to fit into heteronormative boxes? Head to Rouge Lab 2.1 on Tuesdays at 8pm, where instructors Carmen María Hergos and Dafne Saldaña will teach from a gender-breaking perspective. Later, at 9.30pm, the 'milonga' (an event where people dance the tango, of course) is open for whoever wants to try out their new tango moves without having to adhere to any socially ascribed roles.

  1. Rouge Lab 2.1 Poeta Cabanyes, 21, Poble-sec, 08004
  2. Tue Mar 10 - Tue Apr 21
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