until 5 May | HOME | Manchester
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 you can enjoy Lola Arias’ Minefield; the films Candelaria, Jeffrey, Migas de Pan, 100 metros, among others; and talks like The Filmography of Álex de la Iglesia and Contemporary Cuban Cinema.
13 Apr – 15 Apr | Ciné Lumière | London
Once again The London Spanish Film Festival opens its annual spring Weekend, a three day event for film enthusiast to enjoy the latest achievements from Spanish filmmakers. Taking place at the Cinéma Lumiere at the French Institute, the Spring Weekend will screen a great varietytitles, from the critically acclaimed comedy Lots of Kids, a Monkey and a Castle, by debutant Gustavo Salmeron, to the award winning The Booksop, directed by Isabel Coixet.
15 April 11:00 – 2:00 pm | Theatre Delicatessen | London
WORKSHOP #7: The Concept of Dramatic Structure by Germán D’Alessandro. This workshop is an introductory course on the concept of ‘Dramatic Structure’ developed by Argentine director Raul Serrano, and based Stanislavski’s Method of Physical Actions. Loose clothing should be worn. Please bring a bottle of water, a notebook, and a pen.
14 Apr 11:00 am – 3:00 pm | Weston Park Museum | Sheffield
SRUK’s Yorkshire constituency, alongside the British Science Association, has organized an event for the whole family about the benefits of multilingualism. There will be different activities on different languages during this event for both kids and adults (also in Spanish!). These activities have a double purpose: perform simple experiments and teach some words of other languages. One part of the event will be dedicated to the scientific research performed by a university research group dedicated to linguistic.
until 21 Apr | SCAN Project Room | London
Taking inspiration in a film by Deligny, To locate outside the sign brings together works by the artists Mauro Vallejo (Madrid 1981) and Mónica Restrepo (Bogota 1982) in a contemporary art exhibition curated by Rafael Barber.