“After premiering in Spain, Javier Rodriguez returns to London with From Within (Desde Dentro), a collection of intimate and personal musical pieces which walk with his memories along the paths of his childhood in his native Andalusia, the nostalgia of Malaga’s sea, his long reflections in Africa, the magical feeling of Indian twilights and the open smiles of eternal Spring.
Teresa Solana is Barcelona’s best-selling crime writer and creator of the much-loved accident-prone private detective twin brothers Borja and Eduard. Teresa writes in Catalan and will be joined in conversation by award-winning literary translator, Peter Bush, who has translated over 70 books from Catalan, Spanish, Portuguese and French and is also Teresa’s husband.
Returning to London from an international tour, award-winning show The Copla Musical arrives to the West End!
The London Spanish Film Festival is bringing the 9th edition of the Spring Weekend, an annual date to show what’s been going on on Spanish screens this past year.
The Durham University will host the annual conference of the Association of Hispanist of Great Britain and Ireland (AHGBI). The Association aims to promote scholarly research in both countries into the study of the languages and cultures of the Hispanic and Lusophone world.
The Cervantes theatre, in collaboration with the International Guitar Foundation, presents their 2019 edition of Guitar in London, promoting yound talent in the British capital.
Join us at City of London School for Girls for an evening of Spanish Music, as we kick off our 2019 Spring term with a full-on Fiesta! Hear two world premieres from composers Jose Gonzalez Granero, and Koldo Pastor, which will fill the venue with the joy of being transported on a musical journey to mainland Europe!
The Galician Film Forum starts their spring program with a double projection of the short film Matria, followed by the documentary All the Women. Both films will be projected in Galician with English subtitles.
As the UK prepares to leave the EU, over 70 of Europe’s most innovative and dynamic literary and avant-garde poets come to London, Norwich, Manchester, and Dublin for 9 events over 2 weeks.
The society of Spanish Researchers in UK (SRUK) brings you a knowledge sharing platform to support and enhance the employability of graduates and postgraduates in the private and public sector. The speakers will discuss alternative careers to academia and give you hands-on tips on how to change your career pathway.