In Guadeloupe, the Perrin roundabout, theater of social conflict

In Guadeloupe the Perrin roundabout theater of social conflict

In the town of Abymes in Guadeloupe, striking (and requisitioned) firefighters, including FO unionists, occupied the Perrin roundabout on November 21. They are supported and joined by nursing and teaching staff. OLIVIER LABAN MATTEI / MYOP FOR “THE WORLD” A strategic axis The Perrin roundabout is not yet finished, but on its unfinished sidewalks the … Read more

Ermal Meta adds 17 dates to his theater tour. Here is the updated calendar

Ermal Meta adds 17 dates to his theater tour Here

Ermal Meta live… the highly anticipated return will take place starting from February 26th with a tour that will tour theaters all over Italy. Organized, produced and organized by Mescal, Friends&Partners & Vertigo, the live shows had already been announced in recent weeks but now the calendar has been enriched with 17 new dates to … Read more

Vivien Leigh, the belle who conquered the theater

Vivien Leigh the belle who conquered the theater

He starred in “Gone with the Wind” and “A Streetcar Named Desire,” for which he won Oscars, but had to deal with severe manic depressive disorder for much of his career. | We celebrate the centenary of the perfect “southern beauty” that Laurence Olivier fell in love with. He had that I don’t know how … Read more

LIVE: Vain glory, Kryštof is just as fun in a theater as a pig

LIVE Vain glory Krystof is just as fun in a

Many domestic bands have now set out on their concert tours, which have been postponed several times, and Kryštof is no exception. They are used to planning for several years in advance, but covid did not ask. The band is now on a theatrical tour, which was to take place a year and a half … Read more

The wooden theater that burned down in 1909 with thousands inside; tragedy in Mexico greater than that of the Titanic – Unknown Mexico

The wooden theater that burned down in 1909 with thousands

The night of February 14, 1909, there was no room for one more person at Flores, Acapulco’s new wooden theater for the screening of the first film in the history of the port. Despite the suffocation that the crowd felt due to the vapors and the natural heat of the region, no one took off … Read more