With: Nerea Pérez de las Heras, Eugenia Tenenbaum e Ana Polo.

SATURDAY, APRIL 9th / 11.30


In Carballo Interplay we want to put the focus on the work of those people who use the possibilities of the network to make up other realities or to make the online world a more livable place from humor, dissemination, art… and everything that comes their way. Don’t miss this conversation with a real dream team: journalist Nerea Pérez de las Heras, historian Eugenia Tenenbaum and comedian Ana Polo

How to disseminate from the network? Is the Internet now the way to reach large audiences? How to manage criticism? Is there room for speeches that go beyond the norm? How to deal with pinkwashing and the traps of capitalism? Lots of questions and, above all, lots of chattering, wait for us.


She is known for her work as a journalist and playwright. She has been doing political humor in public for years through the show Feminismo para torpes that became a book (Planeta) and a series of videos for the newspaper El País, the podcast Saldremos mejores together with Inés Hernand and the play Cómo hemos llegado hasta aquí, together with Olga Iglesias. Throughout her professional career she has written in media such as El País, SModa, Mujer hoy, Vogue, Esquire, Marie Claire and Glamour and collaborated in several radio and television programs such as A vivir in Cadena Ser and Las que faltaban in Movistar.


Eugenia Tenenbaum studied Art History and specialized in gender studies. She is currently working as a cultural disseminator creating content in social networks combining art, gender perspective, feminism and social criticism.


Journalist and humorist. She worked in several programs of RTVE, Rac1 and Catalunya Ràdio. She was also collaborator and scriptwriter of the late show No te metas en política. Nowadays you can find her in the podcast OYE POLO of Radio Primavera Sound, together with Maria Rovira/Oye Sherman; and in Feministic, an informative program about feminism in a humorous way of Fibracat TV. Also in monologues with which she travels the Catalan geography.


Asaari is an actress and comedian from Equatorial Guinea living in Spain. When she was three she got lost in a small village where traditional masses were held and, with her mother already desperate to find her, she appeared later singing and dancing with the church choir. No one was surprised ten years later, when she said ‘mom, I want to be an artist’.

She participated in Riot Comedy, the feminist project of comedian Penny Jay, in the feminist humor festival Coñumor and in programs such as La Resistencia, Las que faltaban or Comedy Central. In 2021 she presented her self-feminist show Humor Negra. She also collaborates for Pikara Magazine and El País.