Fira de Santa Llúcia

Activities organised by "Taller de Cultura" and "Associació Fira de Santa Llúcia"

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23th Day of celebration of Christmas Traditions and Customs in Catalonia

Fira de Santa Llúcia – Pla de la Catedral
17 December
The 23th Day of Celebration of Christmas Traditions and Customs, with the programme given below:

Morning:

At 10:30 h:
Performance by the Esbart Catalá de Dansaires dancers (young and child section) with Dances for winter and the Christmas season.
At 10:45 h:
Start fo parade of the traditional Carassa de Nadal de Barcelona accompanied by the "Grallers La Pessigolla" from Plaça Nova, throwing sweets, throughout the Fira site and gothic quarter.
At 11:30 h:
Christmas puppets: "El nadal de Hansel i Gretel" by the company Titelles Sebastià Vergés.
At 12:15 h:
Presentation of the award of Firaire d'honor the journalist Patricia Gabancho
At 12:30 h:
Performance by the Scandinavian choir Stella i Polarna, Tradition of Saint Lucy.
At 13:00 h:
Children's entertainment by Jaume Barri

Afternoon:

From 16:30 to 19:30 h:
Traditional Tió figure

 

Giant Tió

Fira de Santa Llúcia – Pla de la Catedral de Barcelona
From 26 November to 18 December
Activity for children under 12
From 10:30 am to 1:30 pm and from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm on holidays, and 10:30 am to 1:30 pm on weekdays.
5, 7 and 9 have the same opening hours as saturday and holidays.
On 12th there will be no activity.

 

Folk dances

Fira de Santa Llúcia – Pla de la Catedral de Barcelona
Saturday, December 3
At 12 pm performance of Bastoners Raval, which will host the musical group ALMAZYOOD ALHARBIA, from the UAE.
At 12:15 pm, folk dance traditions of the UAE, by ALMAZYOOD ALHARBIA group, founded in 2000 by the poet Said Almazyood and co-founded by Mohamed Al Amir, who are visiting our city on the occasion of 45th anniversary the foundation of their country. Considered the most typical dance of this country, the dance is called Alrazfa Alharbia.

 
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