In solidarity with the struggles headed by women all around the world, El Born CCM programmes three events that speak of women’s resistance and how it interacts with the zest for life provided by humour and music.
The title “Women, dancing, laughing, resisting” aims to resonate the spirit of resistance but also the sense of joy implicit in the words of Emma Goldman: “If I can’t dance, I don’t want to be part of your revolution”.
Theatre: Les Bertranettes
A journey through the musical career of Aurora Bertrana, based on her memoirs and the sound of a jazz trio like the one she had, Europe’s first female jazz band.
A literary and musical performance portraying Aurora Bertrana as cellist and jazzwoman.
March 15, 18:30.
Monologue: Black Humour
Asaari Bibang was born in Equatorial Guinea and arrived in Spain at the age of 6. On stage, she converts her own life experiences into pure comedy and invites us to laugh while she fights her verbal battles against racist clichés and stereotypes.
March 22, 18:30.
Dialogue: Women and co-resistance in the Palestine-Israel conflict
Women have always played an active part in organisations promoting peace between Palestine and Israel, but despite their contribution, they have been excluded from formal decision-making processes, particularly in regard to conflict resolution and construction of peace processes.
March 29, 18:30.
This is the second edition of the series ‘Three Days in March”, dedicated to commemorating the 8th of March and therefore the memory, the history and the present of women.
You can see the previous edition here.