THE second edition of Granada’s ‘amphitheatre in the mountains’ festival is set to unfold this summer.
Award-winning social development project Un Teatro Entre Todos will bring the Alpujarras to life with multiple productions from international artists and groups for festival ‘Me Vuelves Lorca’.
The mountainside theatre, built in 2013, was inspired by Cornwall’s Minack Theatre according to British director Anna Kemp.
There will be homages to Lorca, Cervantes, Shakespeare, a production of The Tempest, comic monologues, a flamenco quartet, a ‘jamming school’ and many other delights.
For more information on the productions rolling from July 16 to August 13 in Laroles, Granada, visit www.mevuelveslorca.com or call Anna on 649 420 681
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