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Week
September 20-26
2021

Monday, September, 2021

Pabellón Mies van der Rohe
Fukio Saxophone Quartet
Concert. Monday, September 20, 20 h
Information and tickets 

Avda. Francesc Ferrer i Guàrdia, 7,  08038 Barcelona, map

Tuesday, September 21, 2021

La Capella
BCN Producció. Accions en viu: Alexa de Jaume Ferrete
Tuesday, September 21, at 18:30- 19:30 – 20:30 h

C/ Hospital, 56. 08001  Barcelona, map

Museu del Disseny
You can leave your hat on. Parlem de barrets. Pannel discussion with Gema Galdón, Charo Iglesias, Sol Pardo, Nina Pawlowski
Tuesday, September 21, 19h
More information here

Pl. de les Glòries Catalanes, 37-38. 08018 Barcelona, map

Zumzeig
Showtimes September  21-26

Calle de Béjar 53, 08014 Barcelona, map

Filmoteca de Catalunya
Showtimes September 21-26

Plaza de Salvador Seguí 1-9, 08001 Barcelona, map

Wednesday, September 22, 2021

La Capella
BCN Producció. Accions en viu: Mis cosas de Mercè Ortega
Wednesday, September 22, 19 h

C/ Hospital, 56. 08001  Barcelona, map

Ona Llibres
Presentation of books with their authors
Wednesday, September 22- Thursday, September  23, prior registration
Agenda Ona Llibres

Pau Claris 94, 08010 Barcelona, map

Llibreria Finestres
Stewart Home y su amor mancillado por la literatura
More information and registration

Carrer Diputació 249, map

Thursday, September 23, 2021

FESTES DE LA MERCÈ
Several festival, among others: BAM, Música Mercè and Acció Cultura Viva
Thursday, September 23 – Sunday, September  26 Information and registration

Barcelona

Librería Byron
Club de lectura novela negra: El perro amarillo de Georges Simenon 

Thursday, September 23,  18:30 – 20 h
Information and registration

Casanova, 32, 08011 Barcelona, map

Dijous d’imprescindibles-Cines Verdi
Los paraguas de Cherburgo  (Francia, 1964) by Jacques Demy
Screenings: Thursday, September 23, 11.30h and 20h
Dijous d’imprescindibles

Verdi, Carrer de Verdi 32, 0812 Barcelona, map

Friday, September 24, 2021

La Capella
BCN Producció. Accions en viu: Apocalipsi entre amics o el dia simplement de Julián Pacomio
Friday, September 24 6 am

C/ Hospital, 56. 08001  Barcelona, map

Antic Teatre
¿Hay alguien ahí?. Legaleón-T Teatro. Kolektivo Monstrenko
Friday, September 24 – Sunday, September 26, 20h
Information and tickets

Carrer Verdaguer i Callís, 12, 08003 Barcelona, map

FESTES DE LA MERCÈ
Several festival, among others: BAM, Música Mercè and Acció Cultura Viva
Thursday, September 23 – Sunday, September  26 Information and registration

Barcelona

Saturday, September 25, 2021

FESTES DE LA MERCÈ
Several festival, among others: BAM, Música Mercè and Acció Cultura Viva
Thursday, September 23 – Sunday, September  26 Information and registration

Barcelona

Sunday, September 26, 2021

FESTES DE LA MERCÈ
Several festival, among others: BAM, Música Mercè and Acció Cultura Viva
Thursday, September 23 – Sunday, September  26 Information and registration

Barcelona

 

Cover photo: Poster Festes de la Mercè by Malika Favre

 

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