These are 10 plans to make the most of the weekend in Barcelona:
Monumental Club Barcelona y su back to the 90's:
The Monumental Club offers, tomorrow, a trip to the past to dance and enjoy the best 90s music accompanied by a gastronomic offer. The session will feature DJ Luis Costa, followed by one of the greatest exponents of the Ruta del Cod, Chimo Bayo, the key figure of Spanish techno who will transport the public to the Spanish rave scene of the nineties, followed by Mainline Magic Orchestra with its mythical house. The session will end with HAL 9000 and its 90s hits special.
This tribute to the 90s will take place in the old bullring of the Monumental de Barcelona, from 4:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m.
La Jaula de las locas, the internationally successful musical since 1983:
With countless Tommy awards and worldwide recognition, the musical La Jaula de las locas offers three hilarious sessions this weekend at the Teatre Tívoli in the city.
Two families from completely different worlds are forced to live together because of their children's commitment: the fiancé's parents, a couple who own a nightclub, and the fiancée's father, an ultra-conservative politician. Two and a half hours full of complicated but comedic situations.
Candlelight pays a tribute to the ColdPlay group:
This Sunday the Candlelight concert series will pay homage to ColdPlay, one of the most influential contemporary bands of the moment. A pianist who will interpret her best songs, including Paradise and Don't Panic under the dim light of the candles.
A musical experience within an intimate atmosphere that will take place in the AXA Auditorium from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Guitar BCN 2023 offers two concerts this weekend:
The festival program includes two performances on March 18 and 19. The singer-songwriter Judit Neddermann will present tomorrow under her spotlight her fifth album Lar, after releasing her two singles Celebrar and Llum al cel. The show will take place at the Teatre Coliseum at 9:00 p.m.
On the other hand, Brothers in Band will perform on Sunday at 8:00 p.m., also at the Teatre Coliseum, offering a spectacular show that will recreate the last tour of the band Desire Straits during 1991 and 1992.
The kings of the world, a journey in search of the promised land:
Five boys from the streets of Medellín, Colombia, still minors, without family or money, embark on a journey in search of the promised land. Five travelers full of life, pain, anger and hope will come together more and more in search of a better future, far from violence and poverty.
The second installment of Shazam's adventures, Shazam! The fury of the gods:
The sequel to Shazam settles in an adventure where Billy Batson (Shazam) and his companions try to reconcile their teenage life with their superhero alter ego. But his powers will put him in danger when the Daughters of Atlas, a vengeful trio of ancient gods, return in search of the magic they stole, Shazam and his family will have to battle for their lives, their powers and the future. of the planet.
L'adversari, the work where nothing is what it seems:
A man, Jean-Claude Romand, has been lying for 20 years about his work, about his life. Neither a doctor, as everyone believed, nor a spy or trafficker. He spent his days in highway service areas or in the car. But one day he realized that he was about to be found out by his wife and his son, so he was forced to kill them before facing reality.
On Sunday the performance session of L'adversari ends, the work whose title honors the book by Emmanuel Carrère, his first non-fiction book on the real case of Jean-Claude Romand. The show will take place at the Teatre Romea at 5:30 p.m.
Barcelona photographers, the role of women in the photographic world:
Pilar Aymerich, Consuelo Bautista, Joana Biarnés and Anna Boyé are some of the many names that have brought a feminine perspective to the history of Barcelona. Until June 6, the Fabra i Coats venue is hosting an x-ray of her contributions to the Barcelona fotògrafes exhibition.
Seventy images taken by twenty-one women build a tour of the city from the 1930s to the 1990s. A chronological history thanks to the graphic testimony of the photographers, which is in turn a way of claiming their role in the field.
XIX. The century of the portrait. Collections of the Prado Museum:
For the first time in Spain, an exhibition dedicated exclusively to 19th century portraits, drawn from the Museo Nacional del Prado collection, has been organized. This genre became popular during the 19th century, and with the advent of realism it was transformed, adding naturalness to portraits.
The exhibition opened last Monday at the CaixaForum Barcelona and covers all types of media and techniques: sculpture, medals, miniatures, watercolours, drawing, etching, lithography and photography. It can be visited until June 4.