The German Goethe Institute in Barcelona, the Frankfurt Book Fair, as well as the Catalan Government and the Ramon Llull Institute have organised this book week at the CCCB, which goes until February 4.
You will be able to see about 2.000 books, mainly in Catalan and German, but also in Spanish, English, French and Portuguese.
Within the programme there is a book exchange two days a week, where children can swap books and also films, story telling, workshops, writing and drawing.
Until tomorrow, anybody interested in this new approach towards the traditional trade shows, will have the opportunity to see the newest from hundreds of brands in sportswear, streetwear, footwear, children’s fashion and more at the Fira de Barcelona and other points throughout the city.
Musical performances as well as art exhibitions will complete the show.
Until February 4, 2007, you have the chance to see the Charles Dickens classic Oliver Twist as a musical comedy at the Jove Teatre Regina in Barcelona, Spain, performed by a company of actors and dancers called Coco Comin.
Until Saturday, January 13, you will have the chance to see at the famous Tivoli Theatre in Barcelona, Tap Dogs.
Tap Dogs includes, apart from the typical sound of tap shoes, great lighting effects, jokes and also games. The dance performance has a industrial background, based on the idea of former Sydney steelworkers to take several dances to stage.
Until the night of January 5, when the yearly arrival of the 3 Kings will be celebrated with toys for the children throughout Spain, stalls along the Gran Via street in Barcelona, Spain, between the streets Entenza and Muntaner, will sell all kind of toys and sweets.