The Teatro Real, through the Córdoba Cultura Agency, announced its programming for February 2023. In the middle of the holiday season, the space located at San Jerónimo 66 stages the opera The Barber of Sevillefrom the Mediterranean Lyric Foundation; Pacha and Delia, with Rodolfo Ranni and Ana Fontán; Y pulentflix by Adrian Gomez.

Children’s productions are also presented Poseidon and the Little Seaof the Stable Puppet Theater, and Il Sole Blue, from the Child Youth Comedy. In addition, the last weekend of the month, the Cordobesa Comedy presents in the Carlos Giménez Hall Carmona Cabareta love story crossed by the stunning joy of cabaret.

It should be noted that the Teatro Real opens its doors in February with new carpet in its main room and in the three levels of lung. It also premieres 60 solar energy panels on the roof of the building, which generate clean, green and non-polluting energy. And to the above is added the new luminaire on the façadelatest technology.

These spare parts were carried out within the permanent framework of conservation of cultural and historical buildings carried out by the government of Córdoba, to achieve a better expression and appreciation of art.

Below is the February schedule at the Teatro Real.

The Barber of Seville

Thursday 2, 9, and 16 at 9:00 p.m.

Synopsis: The Barber of Seville is a comic opera in two acts with music by Gioachino Rossini and a libretto in Italian by Cesare Sterbini, based on the comedy of the same name (1775) by Pierre-Augustin de Beaumarchais. The plot recounts the adventures of a couple in love made up of the Count of Almaviva and the young orphan Rosina. Bartolo, the girl’s tutor, also wants her despite her age difference. To avoid this, the couple enlists the help of the barber Figaro, who tricked Bartolo through entanglements.

Duration: 120 minutes

Recommended age: all public

Tickets: Plates $3,500, 1st level $3,500, 2nd level $3,000, 3rd level $3,000. Available at and at the theater ticket office.

“Pacha and Delia” (Like Last Time)

Friday 3, 10 and 17 at 9:00 p.m.

On stage: Rodolfo Ranni and Ana Fontán

Synopsis: One day, unexpectedly, after a silent and prolonged absence, she and he meet. And then the question grows. How do you deal with the other when time seems to have almost erased your memories? Maybe she still has time to recover something of that love that she once was. Pacha and Delia offers us an endearing theatrical game, carried out by characters brimming with humanity that combine warmth, emotion, humor and tenderness in their adventures.

Duration: 120 minutes

Recommended age: all public

Tickets: Plates $4,300, 1st level $3,900, 2nd level $3,500, 3rd level $3,100. Available at and at the theater ticket office.

“PULENTFLIX, Humor out of the ordinary”

Saturdays 4, 11 and 18 at 9:00 p.m.

With Adrian Gomez.

Synopsis: Pulentflix, humor out of seriesis a one-person show in which, through monologues and characters, Adrián Gómez takes as his leitmotif the new ways and platforms that entertainment has, to reflect from humor on the changes in society, in music, in relationships and , above all things, an excuse to unleash laughter, humor and laughter.

Duration: 80 minutes

Recommended age: all public

General tickets: $1000. Available at and at the theater ticket office.

“Poseidon and the Little Sea”

Saturdays 4, 11 and 18 at 5:00 p.m.


Synopsis: Sailing on the high seas, the brave Captain Beta is shipwrecked after a storm and appears in the waters of the Mar Chiquita. Poseidon, the god of all the seas, will come to his aid. The sinking of a ship can be the beginning of new and strange adventures. A story in which there will be no shortage of flamingos, foxes, toads, soles, spiders, the occasional snake, and of course, mosquitoes, many mosquitoes, “a band” of mosquitoes.

Duration: 50 minutes

Recommended age: older than 6 years

Tickets: $500 Available at and at the theater ticket office

Il Sole Blue

Sundays 5, 12 and 19 at 18 hours.

Synopsis: Two musician characters, defined by the need to exist and interpret pieces of music, magically appear in a world of sheet music. They discover that the place is full of musical instruments. There they will venture and try to read and perform a particular and enormous symphony. In clown aesthetics, with humorous passes, making the difficult easy and the easy very difficult, these characters will take us to navigate the magical world of music and its charms.

Duration: 50 minutes

Age: from 3 years

Tickets: $500. Available at and at the theater ticket office.

Carmona Cabaret

Thursday 23, Friday 24 and Saturday 25 at 9:00 p.m. / Sunday 26 at 8:00 p.m.

Synopsis: Cabaret Carmona is a place of time, illuminated by the brightness of the night. Today its members want to tell a love story, crossing two worlds; the love stories of Rodolfo, María Luisa, Cardoso and Angélica with the magic and fantasy of the artists. La Carmona serves as a framework for the tragedy of love, which, traversed by the stunning joy of cabaret, can finally become something more than a happy ending.

Duration: 75 minutes

Age: older than 13 years

Tickets: $500. Available at and at the theater ticket office.