The company from Tenerife opens this edition on Thursday 25 at 9:30 p.m. in Espacio el Peñón
Mueca designs six routes adapted to the profile of each spectator
The Abubukaka company will inaugurate the nineteenth edition of the International Festival of Art in the Calla in Puerto de la Cruz Mueca with the premiere of the show 'The Patarras Bearing'.
It will be this Thursday, November 25 at 9:30 p.m. in Espacio El Peñón. The company from Tenerife will give the starting signal by fulfilling its usual appointment at the Porto festival. The show can also be enjoyed on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 at 10:00 p.m. in the same space.
"A show loaded to the teeth with gratuitous reprimands to the awareness of being alive, for what we could do more to make everything better, but we prefer to blame the other for our boredom," they say from the Tenerife company. In addition, 'El Cojinete de Patarrás' intends to “visit everything without getting the ticket, touch it without taking off the glove, look at it asleep, smell it stuck and hear it with headphones”, they explain. The Abubukaka quartet has sold almost half of the tickets for the three functions of its show in Mueca.
Tickets are on sale at Tickety.es. For all shows it will be necessary to purchase tickets in advance. Also, to enjoy 'Micro-Shakespeare', by Cía Toti Toronell / Laitrum Teatre (Victor Pérez square), and 'The Caixeta', from Cía Holoqué (Plaza Concejil), you must reserve the ticket for the pass in the spaces themselves. Mueca will have all the security and prevention protocols for COVID-19.
Routes for all audiences
The International Festival of Street Art in Puerto de la Cruz Mueca has designed six routes adapted to the profile of each spectator. In this way, viewers, depending on their preferences, will know which route to choose so as not to lose detail.
The festival's program is so extensive that you won't be able to see all the shows. In this nineteenth edition, six routes associated with different profiles are proposed: Octopus, Pejeverde, Camarón, Morena, Vieja and Cherne.
The first of the routes, Octopus, is designed for lovers of acrobatics and the circus in general. For this reason, this route proposes several shows for Saturday 27: 'Bakeke' by Fabrizio Rosselli, 'The Hunter' by Mighty Jambo, 'OVVIO' by Kolektiv Lapso Cirk Y Theater Tol's 'Garden of Angels'.
If the spectator is looking for something different and more experimental, Mueca proposes on Friday 26 and Saturday 27 the shows 'Shore' of Scenic Laboratory, 'Micro-Shakespeare' by Toti Toronell and Laitrum Teatre, 'La Caixeta' of the Holoqué company Y '[Frame]' by Electric 28. It is the Pejeverde route.
The most familiar route is the Camarón route. On Saturday the 27th and Sunday the 28th, Mueca invites families to enjoy the Bloko percussion workshop, from Ganso&cia with the show 'Panoli Kabareta', of the Family circus workshop at Teatro KDO and the show 'Totó, a traveling clown' by Totó el clown.
In the event that the spectator likes dance, Mueca proposes the Morena route. Saturday 27 is the day to enjoy 'Paradise' by company La Reversa, 'UUNO' by Ayya Choreography, 'Eyes to not see' by Cora Panizza and the Dutch company The Ruggeds with the piece 'Between us'.
In Mueca there is also room for the classics. For this type of public, the Old Route is proposed. On Friday 26 and Saturday 27 you can enjoy the show 'League & Legend' by 15Feet6, Abubukaka's 'The Patarras Bearing', 'OVVIO' by Kolektiv Lapso Cirk Y Theater Tol's 'Garden of Angels'.
The last of the routes proposed by Mueca is the Cherne route. It is one of the routes where you will laugh the most, but at night. Within this tour of Saturday 27 are 'Panoli Kabareta' by Ganso&Cía, 'Home' by Cris-is, 'Diábolo classic metal' by the company Hermanos Inconfundibles Y Abubukaka's 'The Patarras Bearing'.
The International Street Art Festival in Puerto de la Cruz Mueca is organized by the Puerto de la Cruz City Council and the Cómplices Mueca platform. In addition, it receives the support of the Government of the Canary Islands through the Canarian Institute for Cultural Development, the Cabildo Insular de Tenerife through Turismo de Tenerife, the Ministry of Culture of the Cabildo Insular de Tenerife, Rehabilitation Consortium of Puerto de la Cruz and the Euro-Latin American Network of Performing Arts. On the other hand, Mueca thanks other entities such as Aqualia, CaixaBank, Centro Comercial Martiánez, Centro Médico Tucán, Hotel El Tope, Hotel Be Live Experience Orotava and Grúas Juanele.