20 Oct – 22 Oct | Hackney Picturehouse | London
ArtFutura is a project that started in Barcelona and since its conceptions back in the 90s has shown how, at the beginning of this millennium, art and science are following parallel paths more than ever. DIGITAL CREATURES is the theme of the twenty-eighth edition of the Festival, the third in London.
18-21 Oct | Birmingham Hippodrome
Jorge Crecis and Goyo Montero’s creations will be performed by Acosta Danza along other choreographies by Marianela Boán (Cuba), Justin Peck (USA) and Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui (Belgium).
4 Oct – 28 Oct | Abject Gallery | Newcastle upon Tyne
The Flickering Darkness and Terminal Sur is a new installation from video artist Juan delGado. The three-channel installation The Flickering Darkness serves both to show fragmentation and connection, silence and sound, movement & stillness. Juan delGado accessed Bogotá as a foreigner; he embarked on a journey to explore the city as a living organism that eats, sleeps and has physical needs.
6 Oct – 28 Oct | SCAN Project Room | London
SCAN (Spanish Contemporary Art Network) presents ‘Shaping time’, a satellite project by Isabel Hurley Gallery at the SCAN Project Room. Curated by Paula López Zambrano, with artists J. Artero, D. Silvo & S. Mackfall
19 Oct – 20 Oct | The Lowry | Manchester
ANDANTE, Igor and Moreno’s new creation, is walking, dancing and celebrating. It is an invitation to pause, to connect with your senses, to be in a room with strangers and not have to say anything. It is a step – and more steps – into the cloud of uncertainty, time and imagination.
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.
22 Oct | Artdepot | London
Award winning Spanish company Cia Maduixa combine dance, theatre and technology to inspire children. Join us for the UK premiere of DOT, a show already applauded in three continents and counting.