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Celebrating 60 years of diplomatic ties

A still from “Flamenco India”, a collaborative theatrical showcase, which marks 60 years of India-Spain relations.— Photo: Special Arrangement  

To mark the 60{+t}{+h}anniversary of India-Spain diplomatic relations, Indo-Spanish theatrical co-production, “Flamenco India”, directed by renowned film-maker and flamenco dance-drama director Carlos Saura, will be staged later this year in the city.

“Flamenco India” is a collaborative theatrical showcase produced in partnership with Valladolid City Hall, Teatro Calderón and Teamwork Arts in association with Casa de la India (India House in Spain). It features 24 Indian and Flamenco artistes and opened last year at Valladolid’s Calderon Theatre.

The collaboration will now be made into a full-length documentary film and will tour Spain and India.

Announcing the India tour, Valladolid Mayor Oscar Puente Santiago said: “The first edition of the production, which premièred in Valladolid last year, was a huge success and we hope to repeat the success again this year and take the production around the world. The project is going to be the beginning of a good cultural relationship between Valladolid and New Delhi in terms of music, dance and theatre.”


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