The marathon will include the French Pepito Matthew and Gigi Bigot who have participated in many festivals in France and the rest of the world
The Councillor for Education of the City of Lorca, José Joaquín Peñarrubia, commented that "public libraries of Lorca, have been proposed for the fourteenth consecutive year, participating in the Fair and Festival 2009, with the conclusion in the Alameda of the Constitution of 14 Âº Marathon "Lorca, Carol City," a classic already in our city. "
The show will consist of several operations lasting approximately 5 minutes in which storytellers will parade across the stage without interruption for three hours and pretending to entertain and captivate the audience.
Peñarrubia noted that "the purpose of this activity is to sensitize the people of the town of Lorca in the importance of storytelling as a factor in the development of individuals and also as a transmitter of culture."
"Lorca, city tale" is a day where the stories are the stars, where we can find stories taken from oral tradition, current or unpublished, narrated with professional accountants, by people of all ages and conditions, which a voluntary basis have been offered to recover the ancient art of story-teller who was once so famous.
The stories begin marathon six-thirty in the afternoon and we will be lucky to hear the stories of professionals of great reputation as the French Pepito Matthew and Gigi Bigot who have participated in many festivals in France and elsewhere.
These two storytellers as part of a generation of writers for whom the stories have the word as a central element of language and reference to today's world.
Both Johnny and Gigi, have their way of telling stories, the first write their own stories from the urban universe freeing the imagination, while the second is based on traditional stories and personal recreates, feeding their Breton origins and role of women today.
The show starts at six and a half with the performance of Pepito and Gigi, followed at seven in the evening of the participation of the Mayor of Lorca, Francisco Jodar, José Joaquín Peñarrubia, Councillor of Education, University and Internal Affairs, Diego Ferra, Municipal Group PSOE spokesman, José García Murcia, Municipal Group Spokesperson United Left and Juan Amorós, local police chief.
Also, we enjoy the presence of Carmen Perez Galera, awarded at the XXIV edition of the Children's Story Competition "Premio María Fernández-Luna, Blas Cerezo Robles, winner of the XXIV edition of the Children's Story Competition" Premio María Fernández-Luna "Susan Torres and Maria Luisa Garcia, Library.
Later, at eight o'clock in the afternoon featured the collaboration of people as prominent as Lourdes Campos, Alicia Ruiz, Carmen Garcia, Alba Martinez, Clara Lopez, Disney Bourni, Ana Maria Ibarra, School of Dance Nuria Periago, Ramon Carrion Rozas , winner of the XXIV edition of the Children's Story Competition "Premio María Fernández-Luna, Jorge Serrano, child user, Pedro Rosa Sergio Wals, winner of the XXIV edition of the Children's Story Competition" Premio María Fernández-Luna, Francisco García Caro, winner of the XXIV edition of the Children's Story Competition "Premio María Fernández-Luna."
Other partners M Âª Mar García, Martha Lucas, Emma and Elena Jiménez, Blanca Pelegrin, Andrea Sabaté, Clemen Serrano, Valeria Sorroche, Bethlehem Montiel, Nuria Males, Laura Sanchez, Marta Torroglosa, Marta Pérez, Marta Soler, Lorena Lopez, Blanca Carbonell, Elena Funes, Sofia Lopez, Elena Espinosa, School of Dance Nuria Guevara, Rachel sang and Carmen Ros, Local Police, Carmen Millán, Pilar Olivares, Carla Grau, Paula Ross, the dance school Raquel Maria Lopez and Ana Belén García Plazas, Primary teacher.
Finally, at nine in the evening, we return to delight Pepito and Gigi and have the intervention of Mark Soler, Santiago García, Marina Martínez, Ana I.
Vincent, Marina G Âª.
Of Bayot, Carlos Lopez, Mari Yuri Youn, Roraima and Alba Marin Burgos, the Conservatory of Music "Narciso Yepes", Susi Martinez, Bibliosol Cultural Association, and Yolanda Cristina Martínez, Gaby and Joselyn Rodríguez, Adrián Ibáñez and Firas Nehme, Language Academy sculpture.
Bangoura Ndiaye and Sofia Fernandez Perez, Actress.
In short, a full day in which the public can enjoy this magnificent sight as it is intended both for children and the elderly.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca