The House of Bernarda Alba

The House of Bernarda Alba

The Spanish Theatre Company continues their mission to stage all of Federico García Lorca’s plays with a new production of The House of Bernarda Alba, the story of a family of women in 1930s Spain, dominated and repressed by the matriarch Bernarda Alba.

The Dark Stone / La Piedra Oscura

The Dark Stone / La Piedra Oscura

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.

Spanish AS Study Day: La Novia

Spanish AS Study Day: La Novia

The Spanish AS Study Day will address the film adaptation of Federico García Lorca’s Blood Wedding by looking at the themes of family, love, passion, hate and death.

Lorca: Poet in New York

Lorca: Poet in New York

In collaboration with the Guidhall School and supported by Instituto Cervantes, Poet in the City transforms Milton Court into the whir of 1920s New York to combine live jazz music and performances featuring Xon de Ros, Paapa Essiedu and Jorge de Juan from the text to reimagine the world of Lorca´s “sleepless city”.