'La Moderna' welcomes the painter Salvador Dalí

  • The actor Pol Alberti will bring the famous Spanish artist to life


  • Don Fermín asks Laurita to organize a series of cultural gatherings at the tea room with some of the most prominent figures of the time


  • Monday through Friday at 4:30 p.m, on La 1 and RTVE Play


On Monday, June 3, “La Moderna” welcomes a visit from Salvador Dalí, who has acepted an invitation to the tea room from Celia —the photographer— and Don Fermín’s nieces, Laurita and Inés. The actor Pol Alberti will be in charge of bringing the highly influential, world renowned surrealist artist to life.

Over the past few weeks, La 1’s daily drama has welcomed some of the most prominent cultural figures from the 1930s. After Federico García Lorca and Luisa Carnés —author of the novel “Tea Rooms” on which the series is based—, now it’s Salvador Dalí’s turn to visit the tea parlor with a plot that will continue to evolve over several episodes to air next week. 

And so, the tea room has become a cultural hub frequented by some of the leading figures of the time. These visits from notable artists are a huge success for La Moderna’s owner, Don Fermín, as they help position his establishment as a highly prestigious cultural venue that distinguishes it from the rest of the tea rooms in the capital. 

Helena Ezquerro, Almagro San Miguel, Stéphanie Magnin, Miguel Ángel Muñoz, Teresa Hurtado de Ory, Berta Galo, Llorenç González, Alba Gutiérrez, and Sara Rivero head the cast of “La Moderna”, and are joined this season by Begoña Maestre, Álex Adróver, Eva Pedraza, Manuel Bandera, and Carlota Baró.