On May 29, the theater El Español of Madrid premiered The King's Speech, a production of Jose Velasco (Zebra Productions) directed by Magui Mira with an adaptation of David Seidler.
From July 1 to 19 The King's Speech will arrive at the Poliorama Theater in Barcelona and then continue the tour through Valladolid, Bilbao, San Sebastian, Seville, Barakaldo, Torrelodones, San Sebastian de los Reyes, Alicante, Mostoles, Santander, Malaga and others Cities.
Stared by Adrian Lastra, Ana Villa, Roberto Alvarez, Gabriel Garbisu, Lola Marceli and Angel Savin, The King's speech not only tells a remarkable fact of our history but also delves into the power of the word and eloquence, in the fragility of a King who has to use his voice to enter the homes through the radio, the friendship of two ordinary men who struggle for overcome their problems, the unconditional love of a wife and Humor as a therapy.
The story takes place between the speech of Prince Albert closing the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley Stadium in 1925 and the speech as King George VI in 1939, to communicate the British war declaration. The text describes not only an outstanding fact of our history but also the power of speech and eloquence, the fragility of a King that needs to use his voice to reach English homes through the radio. Tells a story about friendship of two men struggling to rise above stammer, the unconditional love of a spouse… Love and humor as therapy.