A contemporary dance show in two acts. A story of loneliness, hope and love in which the audience cannot avoid feeling identified with the contradictions and uncertainties inherent of mankind. The first part is set in a train station, in allegory of the journey that life really is. The smoke of the old steam trains and their rattling locks back on initial journeys. The second part of the show becomes more theatrical and concrete in narrative aspects, in which the lights and props harbour a powerful spectacle which reflects topics very much rooted in the history of art: despair, love, hope, loneliness, effort and the pursuit of ones dreams.



Eva Alonso Martínez

Graduated with honourable mention in Contemporary Dance at the Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Mariemma, her professional career has taken her from Lisbon to Italy, passing through Spain where she has participated in the filming of several commercials. She has also worked in renowned companies such as La Fura dels Baus.

Juan Antonio Pereira Márquez

He combines in his staging the elegance of classical ballet with the flamenco race and the power of sports gymnastics to which the training in Contemporary Dance at the Real Conservatorio Profesional Mariemma adds. With several gymnastics championships to his credit, his expressive ability also led him to obtain the First Prize of Contemporary Dance in the XX national call of Dance City of Castellón.

Estrella Martín Picanes

Her training has led her to follow courses from New York to Japan. With a restless spirit, her work can be seen in Leiva’s video clip ‘Lluvia en los zapatos’, among many other works. Specialised in contemporary dance at the Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Mariemma, she received honourable mention for best dancer and the extraordinary Virginia Valero prize.

Pablo Badilla Soler

Also trained at the Real Conservatorio Profesional de Danza Mariemma of Madrid, he is a versatile dancer with experience in both contemporary dance shows and musicals. He has also been a dancer of the Andalusian Lyric Theatre Company, specialised in Zarzuela.

Dakota Comín Cerezo

Her love for dance has led her to travel the peninsula from end to end to take courses and specialisations. With studies in the Degree of Visual Arts and Dance from the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid, she won First Prize of the Microdance Certificate, DT dance space, Madrid, with a piece in which she was a dancer and choreographer.

Lucía Gervasoni

Passionate about contemporary dancing since her childhood, has been on stages since she was a girl, participating in shows during the Bienal of Contemporary Art in Lyon, city in which she has undertaken professional studies in contemporary dance in the National Dance and Music Conservatory.