The 2013 programme
The gay indie party in Sala Apolo's smaller hall, La , brings in German DJ Supermarkt to heat up the night. Founder of the Bungalow label, half of the Le Hammond Inferno duo and author of the music blog 'How do you are?' is the star of this session.
The classical music concert series named after an Oasis album, '(What's the Story) Morning Glory', is back with daytime performances at Sala Apolo every Sunday for a month at noon, locally known as vermouth hour. The series aims to programme classical music out of its usual context – that is, in a popular concert hall and electronic music club, in relaxed surroundings, the audience sat on sofas and in armchairs, in small format and for a reduced audience.On January 22 you can take in a concert by Marco Mezquida, a pianist who plays classical pieces with a different and innovative touch. At just 29 years old, Mezquida has become one of the most sought-after musicians on the jazz scene and in improvised music. Praised by critics and audiences for his versatility and strong musical magnetism, Mezquida is one of the most well-rounded and expressive artists of his generation.
Back at the turn of the millennium, the Teatre Lliure de Gràcia was growing to such an extent that in 2001 a new theatre was opened on Montjuïc, where the Palacio de la Agricultura was for the 1929 International Exposition. This newer venue has two spaces: the Sala Fabià Puigserver, with capacity for nearly 800 theatre-goers, and the Espai Lliure, which can hold about 200. The bigger space serves as a multi-purpose room, and the smaller is ideal for seeing performances close-up. Note that many of the productions in the main space have English surtitles on Saturday evenings.
This annex of Sala Apolo hosts live music performances of all kinds – pop, rock, reggae, folk, electronica, etc. – as well as DJ sessions. The space is dark and dour, but it more than serves its purpose, which is to spotlight the acts onstage. Sala 2 draws an audience as diverse as its acts, which do tend to lean toward those with an indie spirit.
Pars Teatro Hostel is located just 5 minutes’ walk from Barcelona’s port and the famous Ramblas. It offers a 24-hour reception and air-conditioned dormitories with free WiFi and individual lockers.Pars Teatro Hostel organises sangría nights, pub crawls and group dinners. There is a modern kitchen where you can prepare your own meals, and there is also a common room with a TV, music, games and vending machines.El Raval district and La Sala Apolo nightclub and concert venue are within 5 minutes’ walk of the hostel. You can walk to Parallel Metro Station in 5 minutes and Plaza Espanya is 2 stops away. The multilingual staff can provide information on Barcelona 24 hours a day.
This is a real rock and roll bar, founded by people like Charly Raw, who have done nearly everything there is to do in the industry (promoters, journalists, salespeople ...). It's a favourite among those about to party at Sala Apolo after a few drinks. As for the music, they play all the good stuff: from Sly & the Family Stone to the Dead Boys.
Molino House is located in Barcelona's Poble Sec neighbourhood, just 250 metres from Paral·lel Metro Station. This air-conditioned apartment has free WiFi and a private balcony.The apartment has a double bedroom, a twin bedroom and a bedroom with bunk beds for 2 guests. The lounge has a corner sofa where 2 guests can sleep.There is a TV in the lounge and the kitchen includes a hob, microwave and washing machine. There is a hairdryer in the bathroom.The apartment is next to Carrer de Blai, a street packed with tapas bars and outdoor seating. Sala Apolo, one of Barcelona's best nightclubs, is 450 metres away.The apartment is next to Montjuïc, and within a short walk you can reach the Magic Fountain, MNAC Museum and Joan Miró Foundation.
In the Poble-sec neighbourhood, near Sala Apolo, Hiroshima is a space open to unconventional creations, with a mission to promote emerging artists as well as to work with already established artists to explore new languages. Hiroshima focuses its artistic line on the arts of movement, new theatre, contemporary circus, live music and multidisciplinary experiences, contrasting disciplines and across audiences, thanks to the versatility of its space.
GowithOh Apartamento Roser is a self-catering accommodation located in Barcelona's Poble Sec district. This apartment features free WiFi and a private balcony.Accommodation will provide you with a seating area. There is a full kitchen with a microwave and an oven. Featuring a bath or shower, private bathrooms also come with a hairdryer. You can enjoy a city view.Montjuïc Hill is just 400 metres from GowithOh Apartamento Roser. Sala Apolo Nightclub is 250 metres away.Located 250 metres away, Paral·lel Metro Station is just 1 stop from Drassanes, on the bottom of the Rambla.