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07 Nov

Clown Festival 2018

For a week we have filled the city with noses with the 19th edition of the International Clown Festival, memorial Charlie Rivel in Cornellà de Llobregat.

Artistalia, has been in charge of the production of a festival for the city and professionals of this sector of the performing arts.

Our drive and enthusiasm allowed us to produce a festival with more than 70 shows in one week in different places in the city: theatres, circus tents, markets, nursery schools, primary schools and homes for the elderly. Not to mention the travelling shows that filled the streets of the city with laughter and the shows that took place in various city squares.

One of our objectives has been to give a personal and transparent treatment. We have made the stay of the 60 national and international companies that have participated in this edition as welcoming as possible. Not only have we managed the booking of their shows, but we have also provided them with travel, accommodation, as well as the necessary runners to accompany them to the different performance venues.

Once again, we would like to thank our team for their professionalism, which has allowed us to carry out the different departments of the different theatres, attending to and responding to the technical needs that arose.

At the same time, they managed and coordinated other professionals in the sector: technicians, box office staff, ushers, theatre managers..

There have been many hours of management and coordination with sound and light suppliers, city council technicians and artists' managers to ensure that the public enjoyed the show.

We invite you to watch the video and smile.


We wanted to leave a record of this edition with the creation of a graphic document of photos taken during the shows and a video where we have tried to capture the emotions and smiles of the protagonists of this week in our city. We invite you to watch the video and smile.




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