The piece ‘Quien pide el último, pide mejor’ will be performed on Friday (3rd) at 8:00 p.m. Entry is free until the total capacity is reached.


The theatre group of the Tais association presents its first performance of the year as part of the programme of the Teatro Aficionado (Amateur Theatre) of the Auditorio de Tenerife, a cultural venue linked to the Department of Culture of Tenerife Island Council that is managed by its island's Minister of Culture, Enrique Arriaga. The proposal, entitled Quien pide el último, pide mejor (Who has the last laugh?) will be performed on Friday, the 3rd at 8.00 p.m. at the Centro Ciudadano Los Baldíos in La Laguna. Entry is free until the total capacity is reached.

The play begins with a lady who while tidying the attic finds a strange lamp that turns out to have powers. Then, she decides to share the discovery with her friends, who turn up both intrigued and sceptical. After some adventures, they conclude that everyone can achieve what they want if they are really determined to do so. The magic is thus within each person.

The script was written by Blanca Poza Esperón and the play is directed by Irene Pérez, with the assistant Lucas Hernández. The following performers make the story come alive: Mari Carmen Cruz, Dorys Pelayo, Sergio del Pino, Nati Álvarez, Carmen del Rosario, Monse Morales, Juan Carlos del Pino and Lucas Hernández.

The programme Teatro Aficionado (Amateur Theatre) is part of the Educational and Social Area of the Auditorio de Tenerife. Teatro Aficionado encourages interest in theatre as a hobby and the production of theatrical plays by the local associations of Tenerife. It aims to stimulate matters such as communication, the exchange of ideas, and creativity amongst members who, in turn, belong to youth collectives, cultural collectives, women's collectives, and neighbourhood groups, among others.

Its main objectives are to promote a liking for theatre among different social and cultural groups, to promote the general public's attendance to, and love of, theatrical plays; and to contribute to enriching the technical/artistic quality of amateur theatre groups and to create different work groups.