Rich Mix | 28 Jan, 7.30 pm | London
Luar Na Lubre’s music is suggestive and atmospheric as well as rhythmic and dance-inducing with flying melodies led on Galician bagpipes, flutes, and fiddle. They have been significant in the Celtic revival in Galicia, demonstrating the very obvious cultural connections between northwest Spain and Ireland. The band will be performing in London and Glasgow this January.
25 Jan – 28 Jan | Peterborough Cathedral | Peterborough
The Katharine of Aragon Festival commemorates 29th January 1536, when Henry VIII’s first wife was buried at Peterborough Cathedral after her death in exile at Kimbolton Castle. She still lies here today and the occasion is marked by a programme of events on a Tudor theme.
The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha
until 28 Jan | The Vaults | London
Little Soldier’s award winning and critically acclaimed take on Cervantes’ timeless novel is back in London for the last time.This work, based on the original book written by Cervantes, narrates the wanderings of Don Quixote during his journey through medieval Spain. Accompanied by two women and a guitarist, the protagonist shares his adventures, pain and joys with the audience.
until 27 January, CCA Glasgow | Glasgow || 28 Jan – 4 Feb | Summerhall | Edinburgh
This exhibition gathers Vazquez’s both graphic and audiovisual work together. It presents how the artist adapted his comics and illustration books into animated films.
20 Jan – 19 Feb | Luna 13 Galería | London
una 13 Galeria presents a collective exhibition of contemporary artist in the new art space in Leicester Square. The artists’ works range from painting to photography, embracing mixed techniques and collage. The exhibition will gather nine different artist, including Barbara Traver, Javier Arres and laPatryCruz, among ot