• Un te a la menta


    March 2011

    The fruit of the collaboration agreements with Fundació La Caixa, LaSala presents next April the musical show Mint Tea. Musics of the Maghreb.

    The Orquestra Àrab de Barcelona (Arab Orchestra of Barcelona) will take us on a trip to Maghreb throuh music. Thus, we will get to know the rhythms and songs of this part of North Africa: the Berbers, the Gnawa and the Sufis. We will also discover the important influence of Arab music on the Iberian Peninsula.

    With its show, the Orquestra Àrab de Barcelona offers a very pedagogic proposal, as well as a much elaborated work, full of flavours and sensations.

  • nubes - aracaladanza


    March 2011

    In May, LaSala puts an end to the 2010-11 season with an absolutely charming dance show: Nubes (Clouds), from the company from MadridAracaladanza.

    Aracaladanza was founded with the aim of making contemprary dande come closer to the children and family audience. It is the most outstanding Spanish company in this area and one that has toured the most all over the world. The company won the "Premio Nacional de Teatro para la Infancia y la Juventud 2010" (2010 National Theatre for Children and Youth Award), and Nubes won the Award for 2010's Best Show at the 2010 FETEN.

    The show could be seen last Christmas at the Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona), which has co-produced it. In Catalonia it will only be possible to see it again at LaSala. Once more, LaSala comes out of LaSala and the show will be presented at the Teatre Principal (Principal Theatre) in Sabadell.

  • rio de luna


    July 2010

    During the 2010-2011 season, LaSala co-produces with Da.te Danza the show Río de Luna. Da.te Danza is an Andalusian company that is a reference in the international dance scene addressed to families.

  • 2009-2011 EUROPEAN PROJECT

    July 2010

    The European project Comenius Regio  is a joint research project between LaSala and the group PLEY from London (Proactive Learning from Early Years ). The research, which focuses on the benefits that the arts of the stage may have in pre-school education, has reached its halfway point. LaSala started its research in January 2010 based on the synergies between the teachers of the pre-school centre, some artists working in dance and music and the children’s families.
    This international project will be presented within the framework of the festival “El més petit de tots” (“The Youngest of All”) on the occasion of the visit of the group PLEY in Sabadell. We will keep you informed, for we would really like to share a part of this interesting experience with you.