From the 20th to the 24th of October, kids can be entertained during the 2nd Contaria — a festival of theater, held at various locations throughout the city.
We only found out about the festival, because we could hear the loopy sounds of today’s performance of “The Eye of Horus” at the Plaza del Patriarca from our apartment, and were curious enough to check it out.
Possibly because of the nasty weather Valencia has been suffering all week, there weren’t many kids watching. A shame, because the stage, outfits and production were really well-done, but there were more performers & volunteers than youngsters.
Well, hopefully the weather improves for the rest of the week. If you’ve got a kid who can speak or understand Spanish, make sure to catch one of these shows, and leave a comment if it was any good!
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Si, we have a kid who trying to learn Spanish, but seems only interested in food, wine lists and fireworks. Any suggestions on how we might introduce him to other facets of Spanish culture?