Unleash your inner child at the Seville International Puppet Festival - LateRooms.com

April 08, 2010 (PRLEAP.COM) Travel News
LateRooms.com highlights the annual Seville International Puppet Festival is set to begin soon and adults should be reminded that it is not just for youngsters.

While there will be some displays aimed at children, all of the performances have been chosen for their high level of artistic and educational quality, festival director Guadalupe Tempestini told bricAbrac Teatro.

The blog explained that this is the 30th edition of the event, which will showcase a variety of techniques during the 43 acts, including glove, rod, clown, shadow and animation styles.

A total of 20 puppetry companies will put on shows around the city from April 30th to May 9th, with the venues so far confirmed to host the festival listed as the Teatro Alameda, Sala Cero, Sala La Fundicion, Alameda de Hercules and the Centro Civico Las Sirenas among others, all of which are within easy reach of Seville hotels.

There will be representation from many different countries such as the UK, Mexico and the Czech Republic, as well as domestic artists and the organisers expect up to 12,000 people to enjoy the spectacles.

Seville recently celebrated World Theatre Day by putting on 25 different performances in the city, showing the city's commitment to the arts.

Check individual host venues for full agendas and ticket prices.

To make the most of the Seville International Puppet Festival you should consider booking your hoteles Sevilla to avoid disappointment.