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A, B, C,... Manhattan

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Centro Antiguo Instituto
The lives of three young women, each experimenting a critical moment of their existence, cross in a poor and failing area in Manhattan. Colleen is an alcoholic aspiring photographer with a daughter named Stella. As she cannot feed her daughter, she decides to give her away to a family. Casey is bisexual and has an explosive temper. She is trying to get her dog, stolen by her former boyfriend, back. Kate has never lived on her own and decides to break the complex sexual relationship she has with Stevie up. He refuses to accept the break up and let her go. The decisions each one of them makes will affect, without them realising it, the lives of the others.
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Centro de Cultura Antiguo Instituto
Adrress C/Jovellanos, 21. 33201 Gijón/Xixón GijónAsturias
Telephone +34 985 181 001
Fax 985 350 709


On 19th October 1797, Gaspar Melchor de Jovellanos laid the foundation stone of the Royal Asturian Institute, established with the aim of providing scientific and technical training in matters related to seafaring and mining, given the importance of both activities in the region.

The current building is the result of two different construction phases. The first took place between 1797 and 1807 and corresponds to the project by Juan de Villanueva (1739-1811), who designed the ground floor in the Neo-classical style. The second phase corresponds to the extension made between 1887 and 1892, the work of Ricardo Marcos Bausá, which consisted in building two more floors above the original one.

It nowadays comprises the “Antiguo Instituto” (Old Institute) Cultural Centre, an institution of reference for the creation, production and dissemination of art and culture in the city.

It combines its active and varied annual programme with the holding of events and professional meetings in its halls and rooms.


Room Theatre Sq. m. Height
Assembly hall
120 150 4 - 5
Conference room
100 82 4