10pm – FILM
Los odiosos ocho, Quentin Tarantino, USA, 2015
Original version in English with Spanish subtitles

Some years after the end of the American Civil War, a stagecoach approaches through the winter landscape of Wyoming. Inside is the bounty-hunter John Ruth and his fugitive, Daisy Domergue, on their way to the town where Domergue is to be hanged. They meet two strangers: a former Union soldier, now also working as a bounty-hunter, and a southern renegade who says he is the new sheriff. A storm is brewing, and they take refuge at Minnie’s Haberdashery, a stagecoach lodge, where they meet another four strangers. As the storm begins to rage outside, so those on the inside find tensions rising more and more.

On top form, with his trademark snappy dialogues, brutal violence and dark mystery, Tarantino presents yet another superb movie.

Not recommended for spectators under 18 years.

8:45pm – LIVE MUSIC
Virginia & The Woolfs (black music from the 50s, 60s, 70s, and soul)

Virginia Woolf

Virgina & The Woolfs are a Barcelona-based band with members from Germany, France, Ireland and Spain. Performing live, the group, led by singer Virgina Vi, are charismatic and energetic, their shows rich and authentic. Their repertoire is based on 50s, 60s and 70s soul numbers made famous by artists like Mary Wells, Etta James, Aretha Franklin and Tina Turner, along with a twist of more modern sounds inspired by the likes of Amy Winehouse, Duffy and Imelda May.

Virginia Vi: Vocals
Brian O’Mahony: Guitar/Vocals
Dara Luskin: Bass/Vocals
Stéphane Jaïs: Keyboards
Xavi Tomás: Drums