18 Sep – 14 Oct | Cervantes Theatre | London
Ramón comes to Amelia’s house to ask her to be her singing teacher and help him prepare a special song for his mother’s funeral. During the evening, among breathing exercises and confessions, they come to realise what Dani was for each of them and how his loss in a terrorist attack simultaneously separates and unites them. Both the Orlando attack and the terrorist attacks that have recently occurred throughout Europe strongly resonate in the play, making the personal to go hand in hand with the social.
Part of The Cervantes Theatre’s New Spanish Writing, brought by the Spanish Theatre Company with the support of Acción Cultural Española (AC/E).
4 Oct – 15 Oct | Various cinemas | London
Spanish cinema will once again have a wide presence at the BFI London Film Festival, which will include productions such as Summer 1993 by Carla Simón, Abracadabra by Pablo Berger and Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle by Gustavo Salmerón.
5 Oct – 31 Oct | Various Venues | Edinburgh and Glasgow
The 2017 Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival presents a total of 15 feature films and 13 short films in Spanish over the month of October. Alongside the Filmhouse and the University in Edinburgh and the Glasgow Film Theatre, this year sees the University of Stirling joining as another hub for the ESFF.
5 Oct – 8 Oct | Old Truman Brewery | London
The Other Art Fair is an artist platform that in each edition showcases work by a selection of talented creators handpicked by a committee of art industry experts. Two Spanish artists exhibit their most recent work this year: Susana Lopez Fernandez and Francisco Jose Jimenez
5 Oct – 8 Oct | Regent´s Park | London
Frieze London is a fair that showcases contemporary art and living artists of more than 160 of the world´s leading galleries. For its 2017 edition three Spanish art galleries have been selected: Elba Benítez, Maisterravalbuena and Travesía Cuatro.
7 Oct 2017 – 3 Jan 2018 | Royal Academy of Arts | London
This unique exhibition examines the relationship between Salvador Dali and the father of conceptual art, Marcel Duchamp. It is the first show dedicated to their friendship and the mutual influence on their work, exploring the common ground, both personal and aesthetic.