**This event is part of the 17th International Tango Festival in Ireland**
The great Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, victim of an unjust exile caused by a ruthless dictatorship, travels through Europe and Latin America. A citizen of the world, Neruda is considered the poet of love, but not only. His verses were also a strong cry for freedom and universal brotherhood, above nationalist or racial barriers.
The plot emerges through a succession of poems, music, singing and a dance the poest most loved.. Tango.
Witty, funny, moving, romantic and daring, this play is heartfelt homage to the ‘ greatest poet of the 20th century’… A creative and bold fusion of poetry, music and dance…
Directed by internationally acclaimed director Gerardo Placido and performed by an international cast hailing from Spain, Italy, Argentina and Croatia.
(Note: the after-party/milonga will take place in the bar area after the show)
Directed by: Gerardo Placido
Acting: Larisa Criscenti, Gregorio Cadarso, Zoran Drljaca
Dancing, Singing: Simona Zaino, Hernan Catvin
Music: Dario Rodighiero (piano, melodica), Giulio D’Agostino (guitar, mandolin)
Photography and Lighting: Nicola Rivato
Time: 8pm (duration approx 1 hour)
Venue: Liberty Hall Theatre, 1 Eden Quay, Dublin 1. Map
Price: €15 (at the door)
€12.60 (discounted price for online booking)
**The price includes show and entrance to the after-party/milonga with complimentary refreshments**
9.30pm Milonga & After-party (DJ Andrew Kenny)
(IMPORTANT: for security reasons, access to the after-party/milonga is only allowed to show ticket holders )