22 Apr – 23 Apr | Pearce Institut | Glasgow
Glasgow International is Scotland’s largest festival of contemporary art. For their 2018 edition, the festival welcomes Esther Ferrer and her piece I’m Going To Tell You About My Life, a performative action that brings together a group of volunteer signers and non-signers, speaking in sign language and in various spoken languages, who introduce themselves to an audience.
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 the theatre play The Tiger Lillies: Corrido de la Sangre; the films Los Nadie and Abracadabra, La Hora de los Hornos, Sergio & Sergei, and Sin Muertos no hay Carnaval. There are also a bunch of events: the opening of the exhibition Louis Henderson: Overtures, the study session Language Lab/ Los Adioses, the talk and screening Louis Chude-Sokei plus The Otolith Group and a Q&A following the screening of Abracadabra.
21 Apr, 10:30am | Instituto Cervantes of Manchester | Manchester
To commemorate 2018 Earth’s Day, London and Northwest constituencies are delighted to present a seminar series on global challenges. Seminars will include the collaboration of experts in different topics related to the Sustainable Developments Goals, panels and round tables.
22 April 11:00 – 2:00 pm | Theatre Delicatessen | London
WORKSHOP #8: How to Direct Yourself Before an Audition by Vidal Sancho.
This workshop is about how to direct yourself for a scene or monologue with no help from anyone else, ideal for audition pieces. Please bring a notebook and pen to take notes.
until 29 Apr | Spanish House London | London
Luna13 Galeria presents the exhibition “A Collage of drawings” that shows a fantastic collection of great Spanish artist Uriel Segui’s drawings.
SCAN Project Room | London
If I do nothing, nothing does take its title from the last line of the poem Mexican Loneliness by Jack Kerouac. Kerouac sketches a state of existential emotional conflict of in which doing and not doing blur in an extended moment of anticipation, state of about-to-be. Mexican Loneliness is a part of a larger work, Mexico City Blues, written between 1954 and 1957 and published in 1959.
In art, as in life, not everything unbalanced is unbeautiful.