13th London Spanish Film Festival

21 Sep – 24 Sep | Ciné Lumière and Regent Street Cinema | London

For one more year, the London Spanish Film Festival arrives to our cinema screens with a delightful selection of some of the most recent Spanish films from this year and also from the past one. The event will take place until 24 September at the Lumière Cinema and Regent Street Cinema.

 

New Spanish Playwriting – Season I

18 Sep – 14 Oct | Cervantes Theatre | London

The Cervantes Theatre will be hosting the first annual season of New Spanish Playwriting, brought by the Spanish Theatre Company with the support of Acción Cultural Española (AC/E). This first annual season will consist of three dramatised readings and a full production. The playwrights in charge of opening this I Season of New Spanish Playwriting will be Paco Bezerra, Carolina África Martín, Marta Buchaca and Guillem Clua.

 

Spanish films at the Raindance Festival’s 25th Anniversary

20 Sep – 1 Oct | Vue West End | London

Celebrating its 25th year, Raindance Festival will take place in London’s West End from September 20th – October 1st, 2017.  Spanish films have been selected to take part, not only in the exciting programming, but also in the Official Competition

 

Spain at the London Design Fair

21 Sep – 24 Sep | Old Truman Brewery | London

Spanish design is showcased in London Design Fair 2017 by companies like Cardeoli, Cre-Re Studio and DueSenzaTre and by Made in Mallorca and Artesanía de Galicia, with a focus on Balearic Islands and Galician craftsmanship.

 

Julia Spinola at SCAN Project Room

1 Aug – 23 Sep | SCAN Project Room | London

Julia Spinola, (Madrid,1979) Is the artist selected by SCAN (Spanish Contemporary Art Network)  for the first edition of its 6 week residency program in London. Her solo show is now on display at SCAN Project Room in East London.

 

In One Breath by Ernesto Cánovas

15 Sep – 30 Sep | Halcyon Gallery | London

Cánovas’ latest exhibition at Halcyon Gallery sees the artist reflect on the complex connection between past and present, along with an examination of colour and form.

 

Maria Arceo’s Future Dust

1 Sep – 30 Sep | Various Riverside locations | London

Artist Maria Arceo reflects on Plastic pollution in Future Dust, a large-scale artwork responding to the sheer scale of plastic litter that is being deposited into the Thames. The installation will tour to different riverside locations across London and will be illuminated at dusk by Dutch interactive light artist Tim Scheffer. This weekend you can see it in Canary Wharf, adjacent to Canary Wharf Pier, E14 8RR (11am – 11pm)