The Cabildo de Tenerife, through the Department of Education, Youth, Museums, Culture and Sport, run by councillor Concepción Rivero, presents the premiere of the show Todo el cielo, by Unahoramenos Producciones, at the Muestra Escénica Iberoamericana (MEI) [Latin American Stage Showcase]. It is a dramaturgy of Canarian poems with live music that will be seen for the first time tomorrow Tuesday, the 15th at 8:30 pm in Teatro El Sauzal. Tickets, at a general price of 12 euros and with discounts now available, are on sale on

Many poets believe to be writing the same poem, that all of them in different languages, places and times have ventured into the blank page to add another piece to a wonderful, unfinished puzzle. That is how Todo el cielo came into being, a journey through Canarian poems from different periods and authors, selected by Yeray Rodríguez, that will come to life together, like voices in a choir to bring the song of the many into one single song.

Actors Marta Viera and Ruth Sánchez will bring these verses to life along with the music of Carlos Oramas, who is specialised in Baroque instruments. This play, directed by Mario Vega, has Nauzet Afonso as costume designer; the lighting design is by Ibán Negrín and Valentín Rodríguez is the production manager.

In the presentation of the show, it was said that “on these brief islands, for centuries we’ve pursued answers that poems have not fully given us; this makes the questions grow.  Perhaps in the voice of others, that becomes more our own the more choral it is, we may find rather than the answer, the definite question. We have the whole sky to find out”.

MEI shows, which is an event organised by the Auditorio de Tenerife, offer two different rates: general, at 12 euros and for residents in El Sauzal at 9 euros. Also, other non-combinable individual discounts are available: (50%), aged under 30 (30%), large families (25%) and students (10%). A document to prove this condition must be shown on entering the theatre. (DNI, DARDE, large family card, student card...).

Tickets can now be booked online on, at Teatro El Sauzal box office 90 minutes before every MEI show and at Auditorio de Tenerife box office by getting an appointment to come Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and Saturdays from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, except holidays. You can book your appointment for the box office on and on 922 568 625, where they will also answer all your queries Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm, except holidays.

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The company

Unahoramenos Producciones was set up in the southeast of Gran Canaria in 1999. After some years producing very successful shows, in 2014 it focuses on social-based artistic creation. Mario Vega becomes the head of creative direction and at present all their shows have to do with social issues.

Me llamo Suleimán (2015) and Los Malditos (2016), both written by Antonio Lozano, denounce the unfair and unbalanced relationship between Europe and Africa through innovative staging that are very well-received by both critics and audiences.  Both shows were granted the R for recommended show from the Theatre Commission of the RED Nacional; Me llamo Suleimán got six Réplica Awards and Los Malditos have eight nominations for the XX Premios Max.

In 2018 the company started a three-year innovation and research project called Laboratorio Galdós, Ana, también a nosotros nos llevará el olvido, by Gran Canarian Irma Correa, about the social situation of women in 1960s Spain, during the dictatorship. The show got the R for recommended show from the Theatre Commission of the RED Nacional plus 3 nomination for the XXII Premios Max.

In 2019 and 2020 the Laboratorio Galdós continues with their creative innovation and research projects, encouraging citizens’ participation and attracting audiences with two other shows of marked social conscience. One of this shows is El crimen de la calle Fuencarral, which opened on Sunday, the 13th the 2020 Special MEI.

Moria is their new play on social issues, stage research and innovation down a path that brings together passion for the theatre and an obligation to denounce social injustice. Moria is a cry to Europe, a call to European citizens to become aware of the fact that our land is once again in a most atrocious situation: the death of hundreds f people through our indifference. It was meant to be premiered at MEI 2020 but it had to be postponed due to the health crisis as it is immersive theatre.