The performing arts programme also includes shows by the companies La Rous, Príamo Estudio and Daniel Doña.


The performing arts programme Oye toca ver is offering nine shows this week by four companies. The schedule notably includes the world premiere of Panza de burro (Sea Cloud) by the company Delirium Teatro. The offer also includes Vacío (Voids), by La Rous; Ruido (Noise), by Príamo Estudio, and Retrospectiva 2.0 (Retrospective 2.0), by Daniel Doña.

On Friday (1st) at 8.30 p.m., the Auditorio Capitol de Tacoronte will host the first performance of Panza de burro (Sea Cloud), the latest project by the Tenerife company Delirium, which details the world of two 10-year-old friends in a neighbourhood of northern Tenerife in a stark and funny way. The two girls, Shit and Isora, live under the protection of the female world of grandmothers. Shit idolises and blindly follows Isora, who is an orphan and suffers from an eating disorder. Both spend summer between boredom, looking for someone to take them to the beach and trying to satisfly and understand the nascent sexual desire that constantly shakes and attacks them, inland, confined under the disappointment of a melancholic sea cloud.

The company La Rous will begin its tour of four performances on the island at the Auditorio of Guía de Isora. On Friday (1st) at 8.00 p.m., it will offer Vacío (Voids), a plot revealing a journey over eighteen years with two parallel stories: that of a girl who comes into the world and that of a mother who welcomes her with open arms, with unconditional love. Both undertake different stages of the journey, periods full of unanswered questions, moments of emotion, landscapes, and voids. La Rous will perform on Sunday (3rd) at 8:00 p.m. at the Casa de la Cultura in Los Realejos and will continue next week in El Sauzal (8th) and Adeje (10th), also with the same starting time.

Retrospectiva 2.0 (Retrospective 2.0) is the work that the company of Daniel Doña is bringing to Oye toca ver. The first of the two scheduled shows will be on Friday (1st) at 8.30 p.m. at the Paraninfo, University of La Laguna, while on Sunday (3rd) at 8.00 p.m., it will be at the Auditorio Infanta Leonor (Los Cristianos, Arona). This show encompasses a catalogue of feelings which, at times, takes the form of a danced conference in which Daniel Doña looks back at, delves into, and acknowledges the work he has been carrying out over the last decade as a director and choreographer of his own independent dance company.

Jose Padilla from Tenerife is the author of the text and responsible for the direction of Ruido (Noise), by the company Príamo Estudio and produced by Ángel Verde. This work will be staged on Saturday (2nd) at 8:00 p.m. at the Cultural Space Cine Viejo in Candelaria, and the following day at 7:00 p.m. at the auditorium of the University of La Laguna. Padilla allows us to discover the story of Sara, a former participant in a talent show who was once successful, she is summoned for a possible hiring by Valentín, a very peculiar event organiser. He aims to organise a concert with Sara within a possible deadline -including a band- in a place that seems completely unlikely to be a possible venue for a musical event. Sara needs the money, Valentín seems to be in a hurry for the deal, however, not everything is as it seems.

The performing arts programme Oye toca ver is organised by the Island Council of Tenerife with the councils of Adeje, Arona, Candelaria, El Sauzal, Guía de Isora, Los Realejos, Tacoronte, and the University of La Laguna. It consists of 41 performances by thirteen companies and ends on 17 December.