The second weekend featured four functions, including five from the first weekend. They were held in the afternoon in various squares in Ubet. Friday saw the Hiltoff (Andalusia), with its show 'Radio Salmonela, which is based on provocation and clowning, at Vazquez de Molina. One protagonist was able to win over the respectable by using his old radio as an excuse to do all sorts of crazy things.
On Saturday, there were three appointments in succession: one at night and two in the afternoon. The first was the Plaza de Santo Domingo where the poetic and acrobatic circus idea 'A corda' from A Vela Circo, Galicia, came to life. This made the audience imagine a thousand things.
Vazquez de Molina was the location where 'Volando vengo,' a trapeze- and comic-acrobatics company Kanbahiota (Madrid) landed. A large metal structure suspended a trapeze from which four protagonists performed pirouettes. The backdrop was the Minor Basilica Santa Maria de los Reales Alcazares.
Finally, he donned the golden boche "Una mujer inconvenient" at night in Plaza de Juan de Valencia. It was based on cabaret, music, and clown by Roxi Katcheroff (Madrid). The monologue was a kind of monologue in which the lead actress talked, with an autobiographical tone, about all the women's lives. This was all done with a touch of acid humor.
The seventh edition of this festival was over. It gave the public the chance to see the work of top-level companies from various parts of Spain, such as Galicia, Catalonia and Madrid. Paco Pacolmo, the event's director, selected the winners with great judgment.
These functions were free and took place in iconic spaces such as Santo Domingo's Vazquez de Molina, Santo Domingo's Primero de Mayo, Juan de Valencia squares, and the North Park with family-friendly proposals. It's now time to think about "Cucha deautumn".
Hiltoff performing 'Radio Salmonella' and 'An Inconvenient Woman’ by Roxi Katcheroff, as well as 'A Corda' by A Vela Circo. ROMAN