The lagoon will travel next July until the 16th century by the hand of the company Burka Theater and the Department of Historical Heritage, directed by the mayor Elvira Jorge. For four days, the old Santo Domingo Convent will be the scene of the staging of Is La Laguna Eden?, a work that will transport the audience to the city of that time. On July 10, 11 and 18, two daily passes will be offered (12.00 and 7.30 pm), while on the 17th there will be three, with the addition of another function (5.00 pm).

The activity has been organized by the Department of Historical Heritage of the City Council of La Laguna, taking into account the prevention measures against COVID-19, so the obligations and hygienic-sanitary recommendations stipulated by the health authorities and the capacity will be followed. will be limited. Therefore, people interested in enjoying any of the sessions must have a prior invitation, available in a online (through the Web www.entradasatualcance.com) and at the Teatro Leal box office.

Elvira Jorge highlights that with this initiative “it is intended to disseminate an important part of the history of the municipality and to disseminate the heritage values ​​of the old convent of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, a Site of Cultural Interest, in the Monument category, around which this urban sector located at the entrance of the city ”.

The councilor thanks Burka Teatro “for their involvement in helping to safeguard our legacy in such an attractive way, with an original representation based on a fictional story capable of capturing the attention of all audiences.”

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