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The Teatre Lliure posts its highest attendance figures in 2013

A total of 92,833 spectators attended the Teatre Lliure during 2013. This is the best figure registered by the Catalan theater venue in its history and led to €1,151,594 in revenue. The occupation rate reaches 73.2%, the same as last year.  The Teatre Lliure has two venues: one in Montjuïc and the other in Gràcia. The first one is the largest one and registered 62,893 spectators with a 69.2% seat occupation rate. The Gràcia venue posted 30,140 spectators for an 84.9% occupation rate. ‘Els feréstecs’ (The Wild) was the most popular show.

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05 February 2014 08:37 PM

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ACN / Guillem Jané Casals

Barcelona (ACN).- A total of 92,833 spectators visited the Teatre Lliure during 2013. This is the best figure registered by the Catalan theater venue in its history and led to €1,151,594 in revenue. The occupation rate reaches 73.2%, the same as last year. The Teatre Lliure has two venues: one in Montjuïc and the other in Gràcia. The first one is the largest one and registered 62,893 spectators with a 69.2% sent occupation rate. The Gràcia venue posted 30,140 spectators for an 84.9% occupation rate. ‘Els feréstecs’ (The Wild) was the most popular show with 18,588 spectators and a 97.4% occupation rate.


The second most attended show was ‘Un trozo invisible de este mundo’ (An Invisible Piece of this World) that registered 7,571 spectators for a 78.3% seat occupation rate. ‘La vida es sueño’ (Life Is a Dream) was seen by 7,140 spectators for a record 100% occupation rate. Meanwhile in Gràcia the most popular show was ‘L’onada’ (The Wave), a sell-out show with 5,530 spectators, followed by ‘L’estranger’ (The Foreigner), that attracted 4,378 spectators, and ‘Blackbird’, with 4,577 spectators. The season tickets were a success as well, with 14,758 tickets sold.

The Teatre Lliure

The Teatre Lliure of Barcelona was established in 1976 and very quickly became one of the most representative venues on the Barcelona theater scene, despite being a small venue in Gràcia. Some years later it was declared a public venue, before unveiling a new theatre at Montjuïc. Today the Teatre Lliure is directed by Lluís Pasqual.

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  • 'Blackbird' with Jordi Bosch was one of the season's successes (by R. Ribas / Teatre Lliure)

  • 'Blackbird' with Jordi Bosch was one of the season's successes (by R. Ribas / Teatre Lliure)