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Fostering young critical thinking

A project that fosters the critical spirit of young people through theater, which invites them to reflect and create a show with other young people.

With the collaboration of the Youth Area of the City of L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona.

3th EDITION. WORKSHOP 2019-20. After the success of the workshop 2017-18, this year participate 4 high schools from L’Hospitalet de Llobregat (Barcelona): Apel·els Mestres, Jaume Botey, Pedraforca i Bellvitge. About 60 young people will jointly create their own show around their concerns, always sifting through the crucible of the critical spirit, which will also help them identify and neutralize “fake news.”

The workshops are free and open to all young people who want to participate.

Fostering the critical spirit

Young people from different contexts relate to each other, share common concerns and attitudes towards life and the society in which they live, and express them through an artistic experience such as theater, blurring possible prejudices and stigmas. The young people volunteer and talk openly about topics of their interest.

Violence in the young spotlight

In the 2nd workshop we are working in a spectacle called “Violences” in order to show, fight and avoid the violence in high schools. The kids have composed the lyrics of a hip-hop rithm in order to denounce the violence they have been suffering at the school, at the streets, and so on. They have used a musical base “Still D.R.E.” from the big Dr. Dre (André Young).

The second video is what their teachers and audience attending the show think about all the process and the show.



L’H Digital, News 14/02/2019

LH Digital Informatiu 15/01/2018

TV LH Digital 15/01/2018

El Periòdico de LH num. 330- 22 de gener de 2018

El Far 17/12/2017

Dinghy, a refugee boat

A theatrical piece about the refugees’ drama interpreted by PlaTea, the Young Theatre Group of Plàudite Theatre Performing Arts School.

By means of the sound, the text and the corporal work of the interpreters, will witness the voyage that have to carry out a big number of refugees to reach Europe.
Inspired by the no-fiction documentary comic ”When I close my eyes, I remember” by Cristina Bueno, Red Cross Catalonia and Norma Publishing.

Interprets: Edu Caicedo, Aleix del Cid, Anna Perez, Julia Pons, Pol Solana, Lucia Torres, Mario Torres.
Play direction: Jordi Romero and Anna Babiano (Plàudite Theatre team)
Artistic Direction: Eugenia Delgado Mata (Plàudite Theatre Director)

In the Solidarity Week actions at L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain. 

Dinghy is an inflatable boat where the refugees arrive.

More information about the non-fiction comic at Red Cross Catalonia and Norma Publishing House 


• October 9th: 20h and 23h TV LH – Neighbours TV Program, min. 22-26
• October 20th: 19h Plàudite Teatre, Centre Cultural Santa Eulàlia, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain.
• October 26th: 9h and 11h Plàudite Teatre, Centre Cultural Santa Eulàlia, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain.
• October 26th: 15,15h and 16h Cultural Centre of Bellvitge L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain.
• October 29th: 19h Acollidora, Rambla of Just Oliveras, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain.
• November 17th: 17h Plàudite Teatre, Centre Cultural Santa Eulàlia, L’Hospitalet de Llobregat, Barcelona, Spain.

November 23rd: 12h Red Cross Barcelona.





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