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Unicaja Banco sponsors a cycle organized by Cordoba Performing Arts Municipal Institute for children and families

Unicaja Banco supports as sponsors ‘Butaca familiar’ (‘Family seats’), a cycle on performing arts organized in Cordoba for children and families. This programme, together with ‘Vamos al teatro’ (‘Let’s go to the theater’) is promoted by the Performing Arts Municipal Institute (Instituto Municipal de Artes Escénicas –IMAE-), of Cordoba City Council.

29 OCT 2018

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‘Butaca familiar’ wants children and their families to enjoy performing arts shows, whereas the cycle ‘Vamos al teatro’ is addressed to schools.

 

Unicaja Banco’s collaboration in this initiative falls within its interest in developing and promoting cultural and educational actions in the areas where it operates, especially those addressed to children and young people and focused on arts, creativity and artistic expression.

 

Unicaja Banco supports as sponsors ‘Butaca familiar’ (‘Family seat’), a cycle on performing arts organized in Cordoba for children and families. This programme, together with ‘Vamos al teatro’ (‘Let’s go to the theater’) is promoted by the Performing Arts Municipal Institute (Instituto Municipal de Artes Escénicas –IMAE-), of Cordoba City Hall.

 

‘Butaca familiar’ wants children and their families to enjoy performing arts shows, whereas the cycle ‘Vamos al teatro’ is addressed to schools. Both programmes are developed in Cordoba public theaters.

 

Unicaja Banco’s collaboration in this initiative falls within its interest in developing and promoting cultural and educational actions in the areas where it operates, especially those addressed to children and young people and focused on arts, creativity and artistic expression.

 

Both programmes have been presented today in Cordoba in an event attended by Unicaja Banco’s Area Manager in Cordoba, José Antonio Martín Pérez; by the IMAE president and Culture Councilor of Cordoba City Council, David Luque; and by the Education and Children’s Affairs Councilor, Andrés Pino.

 

The IMAE (https://teatrocordoba.es/) includes one more season child-targeted plays in its agenda. The ‘Butaca familiar’ shows will take place on Sunday afternoon, and those of ‘Vamos al teatro’ are scheduled on Monday and Tuesday morning. With regard to the latter, the IMAE expects an audience of 1,900-2,000 people per show (students, teachers and accompanying adults).

 

Shows

 

This new season features three shows every three months. The plays for children started this week with the puppet show ‘The Valiant Little Tailor’. Tickets for ‘Moby Dick’ (in November) are already on sale, and the year will end with ‘The Hen that Laid Golden Eggs’, also on sale on the IMAE website.

 

The program for January (tickets not on sale yet) includes the shows ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘Kiti Kraft’. ‘Clown sin tierra’ will close the second school term, and druing the final term, the plays ‘La Principita’, ‘Acábate la sopa’ and ‘Frankenstein. No soy un monstruo’ will be performed in March, April and May.

 

For the second consecutive year, the family and educational concerts of Cordoba Orchestra’s music cycles have been unified.

 

The first of those shows, ‘Ha nacido una orquesta’, is scheduled in January; the second, ‘El carnaval de los animales (1886), in March and the third one, ‘Las aventuras de mi amigo Till’, in May. These shows will be completed with concerts in different neighborhoods.

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