This 2019 the band will present the Autoterapia Tour, a show with a new assembly and repertoire that takes the fans to an original musical experience. With more than two hours on stage, Izal will be returning to British venues on a tour of their won that will be arriving in London on this upcoming march. The tour takes over the various records of Izal, exploring the old singles as well as the new songs from their latest record.
Created by award-winning theatre-maker Caroline Horton and an international ensemble, Muckers is a funny, magical, physical production. With original songs and a tapas-sized portion of Spanish, this mischievous show asks what it takes to stand proud and be true to ourselves, and how we empower the next generation to do the same.
Kourtney Kardashian is the third instalment of the Kardashian Triology, that englobes a series of performances about high art and celebrity, and our increasingly tenuous grip on reality in the 21st century.
Come and join Instituto Cervantes and Spanish Embassy Office for Cultural & Scientific Affairs next 20th February at 6 p.m. to theirbook launch of Luis R. Méndez’s guide on the Spanish exiles’s London, followed by a discussion with specialists Eva Díaz, Charo Ramos, Tony Jones and Ignacio Peyró
Manuel Chaves Nogales (Seville, 1897 – London, 1944) was a Spanish journalist present at the great events that convulsed Europe in the first part of the 20th century. He witnessed the terror unleashed in the wake of the Soviet revolution whilst at the same time warning against the growth and advance of fascism.
An unprecedented set of new collaborations have been forged for the historic exhibition Is This Tomorrow? to probe, confront and imagine what the future might hold. Whitechapel Gallery brings a selection of these leading practitioners including artists Rana Begum, Mariana Castillo Deball, Cecile B. Evans, Simon Fujiwara, Amalia Pica and Jacolby Satterwhite
In an era when humanity is facing new challenges posed by big data, bioengineering and climate change, Whitechapel Gallery has invited ten groups of artists, architects and other cultural practitioners to explore the potential of collaboration and offer their visions of the future.
To open the music department’s 2019 Spanish piano project entitled Viva España, Jordi Masó, one of Spain’s most respected concert pianists, will visit the King’s College School to give a recital of some of the most beautiful music from Spain, as well as a masterclass to King’s pianists on Sunday 10th February from 10.00 till 17.00.