Actors Pablo Carbonell and Soledad Mallol star in Blablacoche, which the Teatros del Canal premieres today until 14 February in the Sala Negra, directed by Ramón Paso and with text by Eduardo Galán.
Ramiro, a divorced military man, decides to use an app to pick up other passengers in his car to accompany him on his trip to Cádiz, where he is going to spend a few days with his daughters. The idea is not only to make some extra money but also to make the trip more enjoyable. But the journey won’t be easy. Three eccentric characters join the plan: Nat, a young unemployed psychologist who wants to surprise her partner; Max, an actor who is going to shoot a low-budget film and who spends the trip rehearsing for the role; and Magina, a woman who is excited to meet her first grandchild. As if that weren’t enough, a mysterious serial killer will enter the scene. Tickets and times on this link.