Lorca and his Blood Wedding in the library of Catalonia

Barcelona, Hotel Omm

On June 14 the curtain call of the Teatre Biblioteca de Catalunya received the play “Bodas de Sangre”, which is undoubtedly one of the most acclaimed of the playwright and poet Federico García Lorca. In fact, so much has been its success that the play will remain in billboard until the 20 of September for the enjoyment of all public.

A tragic story marked by symbolism

Blood Wedding addresses the great themes of life like, death, love, passion, gloomy feelings and jealousy through symbolism, traditions and customs that, as a major force and vital impulse, make the life of the characters of this play into a tragedy.

Nevertheless, in this play of great drama, the main theme focuses on life and death. The spectator will be drawn into a world where jealousy will unleash in a tragic result that only true love can overcome.

A unique theatrical event

This spectacular show is a production of the performing arts center La Perla 29 under the direction and staging of Oriol Broggi, with the great performances of Clara Segura and Nora Navas. In addition, this representation promises a fantastic musical assembly, thanks to the participation of the singer and accordionist Joan Garriga.

The public can delight in this great theatrical production of the agenda of leisure and culture in Barcelona until September 20 at the Teatre Biblioteca de Catalunya, located in Carrer de l’Hospitalet 56 in the picturesque neighborhood of Raval.

From our design hotel in Barcelona, we invite you not to miss this opportunity to make the pleasant memory of having seen the theatrical performance of the work of one of the greatest exponents of the Spanish playwright culture, Federico García Lorca.

Moreover, if you feel like grabbing a quick bite or having a lovely dinner before or after the show, we recommend you to stop by one of our restaurants downtown Barcelona, very close to the theater: Luzia and Bar Lobo. The gastronomic proposal in this restaurant won’t leave you indifferent. Enjoy a totally wonderful evening!