Events for 28 Feb 2018 › Culture
The Cervantes Theatre presents a new production of Federico García Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba, a story based in the rural Spain of the 1930’s. The play centers in a house in Andalusia, where Bernarda Alba enforces her control over her young daughters to hold a period of mourning.
Little Soldier presents a preposterous theatrical attempt to change everything. An incomprehensible punk rock protest album. A joyous autobiographical journey through activism… and a mirror ball helmet.
More than 30 years after the Chernobyl disaster, Spanish photographer Quintina Valero travels to Ukraine to document the surroundings of the radioactive area. Almost 100,000 people were affected of which 20,000 were children. What was previously a prosperous area has become one of the poorest regions in Ukraine today.
Marking the 400th anniversary of his birth, the National Gallery will be holding an exhibition that celebrates one of the most influential painters of the Spanish Golden Age: Bartolomé Esteban Murillo
To complete their theatre programme, FesTeLon invites you to join the multiple workshops taking place from January until May at the Theatre Delicatessen. From acting to translating, these special events will sure grab your attention.
Raymond Calcraft and Elizabeth Matthews are the authors of the recently published book, Joaquín Rodrigo Voice & Vision, which contains the first translations into English of many of the composer’s most important writings. The talk will be illustrated with readings from the book, together with several examples of music by Rodrigo himself, and by others, set within the context of the life and times of the composer.