The INAEM staff strike forces the suspension of a premiere of the National Ballet at the Royal Theater

The call for partial stoppages by the artistic units of the INAEM (National Institute of Performing Arts and Music) have forced the Royal Theater to cancel the function scheduled for this Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. National Ballet of Spain with the show Centennial Antonio Ruiz Soler.

The call for these partial stoppages responds to a protest from the Technicians and Techniques Platform, Affected by the Public Job Offer (OEP) 2018, due to “the sudden change in the access title requirement, which leaves out most of the agency’s temporary staff,” as reported by the platform itself.

Partial stoppages have been called for this Wednesday between 18:30 and 20:30 in the artistic units of the INAEM -including the Royal Theater-, so thatsome shows “could be affected”, as this body has warned.

Thus, works of the Comedy Theater, Maria Guerrero Theater, Valle-Inclán Theater and Zarzuela Theater.

The Teatro Real offers, in the event that the aforementioned partial stoppages are maintained, the possibility of requesting relocation in any of the successive functions.

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