The Cervantes Theatre presents a new production of Federico García Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba, a story based in the rural Spain of the 1930’s. The play centers in a house in Andalusia, where Bernarda Alba enforces her control over her young daughters to hold a period of mourning.
The Cervantes Theatre will be hosting the first annual season of New Spanish Writing, 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.
A season of Flamenco music and dance presents prestigious artists known for their performances in the most important Flamenco festivals in Spain such as the Cante de las Minas Festival, in the Region of Murcia.
Inspired by the real story of Rafael Rodriguez Rapún -friend and lover of Federico García Lorca- The Dark Stone is a play about intolerance, the need for redemption and memory as a means of justice.
A musical programme of Spanish song and Zarzuela performed by Spanish interpreters residing in London, like Josep-Ramon Olivé Soler and Marta Fontanals-Simmons, both awarded with the prestigious Gold Medal of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama.