Ancha Castilla-La Mancha, the television program of Castilla-La Mancha TV broadcasts live the preparation of the sardine
The program directed by Gloria Santorio and Raquel Martín, wanted to know firsthand how the sardine that participates in the most famous funeral in Castilla-La Mancha is made. On the night of Monday, January 15, the CMM TV cameras broadcast live from the Peña la Cabra headquarters. Kiko Fernández and his team were in charge of sending viewers a report on the preparations being made by the Peña la Cabra for the next Miguelturra Carnivals 2018.
The Peña was supported by the celebration councilor, Diego Rodríguez, the future 2018 Major Masks, Orestes and Mª del Carmen, those from previous years, the president of the Miguelturra Carnival Association, Raúl Domínguez, King of the Carnival and President of the Peña la Cabra, Serafín Delgado, members of the Peña el Puntillo who wore their winning men’s costume in the ‘Carnival Museum Costumes’ contest, and the Peña los Rocheros for women, the members of the Peña Kapikua dressed in the costumes that won second prize in the piñata Sunday troupes.
During the report, not only was the preparation of the sardine shown, they also witnessed how the members of the Peña la Cabra make by hand the decoration that the Carnival Palace will display during the upcoming 2018 carnivals.