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The table

Blind Summit Theatre - QUIQUIRIQUI Festival
>   Friday 28 September 2018
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13 € ticket office
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The table
·Moises

28.09.2018 - 12 h and 20 h

BLIND SUMMIT THEATRE (United Kingdom)   _____ The table

1h10 // From 12 years old and up // In English with subtitules in Spanish //

[ Author: Blind Summit Theatre  //  Director: Mark Down
 
Moisés is a cantankerous puppet animated by three people. It has a cardboard head and lives on a table. The Blind Summit company has asked him to use his table as a platform from which to tell the epic story of Moses leading the Israelites to freedom. But he doesn’t feel very sure about the project and he’s also easily distracted. Extremely funny, The Table is a master class of puppet art and improvisation with an animated object. Our philosopher of the table explains his own puppet nature, has disagreements with his animators, flirts with the spectators, examines the Bible and experiences several adventures. Like a cross between Tommy Cooper and Eddie Izzard, Moisés is the most hilarious piece of cardboard you'll ever meet. It is a multi-award-winning puppet show inspired by Beckett, the Bible and IKEA. It is a work that marks the history of the profession.

Blind Summit Theatre

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PRICES AND TICKET SALES

Ticket sales: Internet: redentradas.com // Telephone: +34 958 10 81 81 // Ticket Office at the Isabel la Católica Theater, Kiosco Redentradas (Acera del Casino) and from one hour before the start of the show, if any tickets remain, at the Federico García Lorca Center //

Prices: Adults 13 euros // children under 14 years 8 euros // Students, retired and unemployed 11 euros // Special price for 8 shows 80 euros // Special price for 48 shows 40 euros // Not included in the special ticket prices for multiple shows Cosas que se olvidan fácilmente //

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Granada’s Festival of Puppet Theater is called Quiquiriquí. It originated from an idea and consequent proposal by the Federico García Lorca Center Consortium and is sponsored by the Ministry of Culture in collaboration with the City of Granada, the French Alliance of Granada and Granada City of Literature UNESCO. The company Etcétera is in charge of artistic direction.