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Sadler's Wells, London5.01 reviews
Max Award nominee Patricia Guerrero in Catedral for one night only!

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Patricia Guerrero Catedral tickets available from 25 February!

Patricia Guerrero will not be contained by the limits of religion and society. This intensely atmospheric wor earned her the Critics’ Choice Award for best performance at Seville’s Bienal de Flamenco. She will be joined on stage by a trio of dancers and a musical troupe including a guitarist, two percussionists, two opera singers and a flamenco singer. 

Patricia Guerrero's award-winning Catedral makes its UK premiere

Making its UK premiere as part of the Flamenco Festival London 2019, Catedral takes places in a surreal and disjointed world. Light and shadow play with each other in this space that mixes the sacred and the profane. A woman lost is confronted by some of the intense and repulsive aspects of her belief .

The story stands alone, a reflection on the sacred-- a character in its own right, somehow superior and removed, sometimes divine, some times devilish. It is movement, change, loss and madness. It is an attempt to change what is destined.

Do not miss your chance to see Max Awards nominee Patricia Guerrero in her transformative Catedral in London's Sadler's Wells for one night only! Be sure to book your Patricia Guerrero: Catedral tickets now!

 

 


Additional Information

Running time

1 hr 20 min (no interval)

Performance dates

14 July 2019

Venue Information

Sadler's WellsRosebery Avenue, Islington, London, EC1R 4TN

Customer Reviews

1 reviews5.0

Angela. 15th July

Brilliant! A beautiful dramatisation of female power ( needed against fundamentalist religions) through flamenco, and powerful singing reaching “ effortlessly” to the rear circle. Whilst appreciating the atmosphere of darkness, however, I felt it frustrating not to eventually have more light on the set: it was particularly hard on a poor sighted friend.