The Department of Culture of the City of Segovia has presented the third cycle of dialogues '365 Women'; an initiative born with the objective of generating spaces for creation and equality that give continuity throughout the year to the meeting 'Women who transform the world', and that will take place on a Thursday of each month from October to March in the House of the reading. The first of them will take place on October 17.
From a dramatic text that deals with a topic addressed from a gender perspective by the author, she will engage in a dialogue with an expert in the field and with the public. This will help to generate a climate of colloquium in which both guests and attendees can share their views and views.
In this edition, the meetings will give voice to six Spanish playwrights, rewarded and active from different generations, "at a time when the dramaturgy written by women is essential." In the same way that it will do with so many specialists in the field of culture, science and communication, mostly Segovia. The playwright, actress and cultural journalist Beatrice Bergamín, coordinator of this third edition, will be in charge of dramatized reading of the texts, as well as moderating the talks.
All the talks will begin at 20.15 hours at the Reading House-Municipal Library of Segovia, with free admission until the capacity is reached.