The show "Buenas Noches Sosiego", by Iker Ortiz de Zarate, arrives at the Municipal Auditorium of Olhão on the night of next Saturday, 20, at 9:30 pm, integrated in the IV International Poetry to the South Encounter.
This is one of the great stage productions in Spain this year, based on a montage with texts by Fernando Pessoa, including "Book of Disquiet", designed and performed by theater, film and television actor Iker Ortiz de Zarate.
It is an interactive monologue, in an atmosphere of intimacy and connection with the public, interpreted in Castilian and that represents a homage of the Basque actor to the great Portuguese poet, thinker and philosopher Fernando Pessoa.
Iker Ortiz de Zarate was born in Vitoria, Álava, Basque Country (Spain). He is known for his work on "Eldorado" (1992), "A Flor do Meu Segredo" (1995) and "I have a house" (1996).