Theatre, music, humour, clowns, puppets and even some dance. That's what you'll find at the Teatre de Bescanó.
Theatre, music, humour, clowns, puppets and some dance. That's the formula of Bescanó Theatre, a medium-sized theatre created at the end of the '70s, then remodelled and reopened in 2010. The theatre, managed by Quim Marcé, offers a varied, consistent programme that's aimed at everybody. They also want to encourage and promote local amateur theatre groups, and at the same time provide a stage for important names in the field. Those in charge of the Teatre de Bescanó were, by the way, the people behind the famous campaign against the rise in VAT when they sold carrots instead of tickets to avoid the tax.
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