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2021-2022 Season at the National Drama Centre

Cartel de la temporada e imagen de la presentación

Personal and collective reconstruction is the common thread of this season’s programme at the National Drama Centre in a year where we all share a period of reconfiguration after the pandemic.

The programme comprises 27 shows, 15 of which are world premieres, and a calendar of more than 60 cross-disciplinary activities. Once again the support for contemporary drama is highlighted, with a firm commitment to attracting young audiences with discounts on tickets for young people under the age of 30. Many of the shows are accessible for people with disabilities.

The calendar includes 11 of the National Drama Centre’s own productions and nine co-productions. These include a previously unseen play by Juan Mayorga (El Golem); the final instalment of the Gondra family trilogy; an unfinished work by Lorca; a play by Carolina África inspired by her work with prisoners; the new project by Chévere; La última noche del mundo; and FRATERNITY, a fantastic tale, co-directed by several European theatres and first shown last summer at the Avignon Festival. The programme is completed with other shows by guest companies, international productions, and a new edition of the Titerescena cycle of puppet shows.

Other activities in the 2021-22 programme at the National Drama Centre include open door days, research workshops, children’s activities, drama residencies and playwriting classes for beginners.

General information

Sep 10, 2021 to Jun 19, 2022


Location and contact

María Guerrero Theatre

Teatro María Guerrero (Calle Tamayo y Baus, 4) y Teatro Valle-Inclán (Plaza de Ana Diosdado s/n)

Contact details
Teatro María Guerrero y Teatro Valle-Inclán
Telephone  +34 913102949
+34 915058800

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