The Teatre Lluire is celebrating its 40th anniversary with a special production of Fabià Puigserver’s ‘The Marriage of Figaro’. The play first premiered in Barcelona in February 1989, and soon became iconic among theatre goers across the city. So what better way to relive the past and celebrate the Teatre Lluire’s success than to bring the play back to the stage. Lluis Homar, who originally played Figaro in '89, has now been entrusted to direct the new production.
The comic play was originally written in 1778 by Pierre Beaumarchai and was inspired by the opera by Mozart. On December 2nd, the production will open to the public and although the play is performed in Catalan, from December 10th there will also be English and Spanish subtitles.
Ticket prices range from €15 to €26, and can be bought online. More information can be found on the theatre’s website.