¡VIVA! Festival 2018

until 5 May | HOME | Manchester

LAST WEEKEND to enjoy ¡VIVA! 2018. For its 24th edition, ¡Viva! returns with a HOME-wide celebration of film, theatre and visual art from across Spain and Latin America. In addition to a host of great international theatre performances, 20 of the best new Spanish and Latin American films, and visual art exhibitions, ¡Viva! will also be including some live music events over the opening two weekends. This weekend: The Tiger Lillies: Corrido de la Sangre and Louis Henderson: Overtures. Visit HOME’s page to see past events.

 

The Swallow by Guillem Clua

until 26 May | Cervantes Theatre | London

Inspired by the attack in a gay nightclub in Orlando that saw the deaths of 50 people, The Swallow is a highly emotional work exploring how loss can simultaneously separate and unite people. Written by Guillem Clua, directed by Paula Paz, Associate Director of The Cervantes Theatre, and starring David Luque and Jeryl Burgess in the English version and David Luque and Amparo Climent in the original Spanish version.

 

Science in the kitchen

5 May 3:00 pm | Wills Memorial Building | Bristol

Two talks and a workshop will show you how a scientist addresses a recipe or observes food changes during cooking. You will also understand how culinary techniques have supposed an advantage for human evolution against other species. You may have the opportunity to see, touch and understand that science. In the future, you will think differently when you cook at home. You will cook with scientists´eyes.

 

María Camahort Quintet’s album launch

6 May 6:00 pm | Cervantes Theatre | London

Three years after their debut album, María Camahort Quintet launch their second CD “Nanas, Canciones y Danzas’, which brings the original approach to traditional music from around the peninsula, as well as music with flamenco influences, works by renowned Spanish composers and other contemporary works.

 

A story from living with less

until 27 Jan 2019 | Victoria & Albert Museum | London

As part of the exhibition FASHIONED FROM NATURE opening at the Victoria and Albert Museum, Carlos Jimenez presents a new film commission, A STORY FROM LIVING WITH LESS.