The Deaf Man's House,
A capriccio on Goya
We are in Bordeaux, in the house of a deaf man, Francisco Goya. It is the last night of his life. His lover for more than thirty years, the lively Leocadia Zorilla, unleashes her imagination and her memories.
Francisco Goya (1746-1828) is considered the most important Spanish painter and engraver of the end of the 18th and beginning of the 19th century. During his long career, he was a committed commentator and chronicler of his era. He died in exile in Bordeaux, in France.
On the occasion of the international World Theatre Day, the performance will be presented in English and coordinator Ulrik Skeel will say a few words before the performance.
The World Theatre day was initiated by the International Theatre Institute (ITI) in 1961 and is celebrated every year by the international theatre society. Several national and international events are organised to mark the day.
TICKETS ARE FREE
ON THE OCCASION OF THIS YEAR'S WORLD THEATRE DAY tickets are free but they are limited, so make sure you reserve your ticket online now (see above right).