The meeting will lead to that city in the district of Beja shows for everyone and for various tastes.
This year’s meeting will include four shows for the general public, starting at 9:30 pm, and three for children and families, starting at 4:00 pm, at the Cineteatro Municipal de Serpa. The meeting will start on Friday with the first show for the general public ‘Hot Tea’, by the group Gato SA, from Vila Nova de Santo André, and based on texts by the British playwright Harold Pinter.
The offer of the meeting to the general public will also include ‘Apatia‘, by Mariana Fonseca, on the 13th, ‘Ned Kelly‘, by Pedro Alves and Paulo Castro and co-produced by the companies Teatromosca (Portugal) and Stone/Castro (Australia), on the 19th, and the debut of the first version of ‘Ruptura‘, by Baal17 with the Oficina de Teatro de Serpa, on the 27th and 28th.
‘King Kong – Who is the monster‘, from the cultural association Alma d’Arame, from Montemor-o-Novo, on the 8th, ‘Plástikus‘, from Krisálida – Alto Minho Cultural Association, on the 15th, and ‘Escória‘ , from Baal17, on the 22nd, are the shows on offer for children and families.
The puppet-making workshop ‘Of the plastic I make a doll‘, promoted by Krisálida, will take place on the 14th, starting at 16:00, at the Cineteatro Municipal de Serpa, for children to transform plastic garbage into the characters of the ‘Plástikus‘ show universe.
Through plastic recycling techniques, the workshop, which will have ‘0% waste’ and be limited to 10 participants, aims to take children to explore the expressive potential and encourage the reuse and recycling of that material.
According to Baal17, ‘Cenas de Novembro‘ will take place according to the rules recommended by the Directorate-General for Health due to the covid-19 pandemic and the reservation and advance purchase of tickets should preferably be made up to 24 hours before the presentation of each show.
The door of the Cineteatro Municipal de Serpa will open 30 minutes before the start of each show to guarantee a phased entrance of the public and all spectators will have to wear a mask, hand hygiene, adopt the rules of respiratory etiquette and maintain social distance.