Marea – 2019 “El Azoge” International Tour

It´s been several years of inactivity, but only apparently. The five from Marea, Kutxi Romero, Kolibrí, Piñas, César and Alén, released, last April, their latest album, ‘El Azogue‘, which they define as “the perfect album”. Since then they haven´t stopped touring around Spain, sharing their songs with their public.
Next November 13, they will play in London, at the O2 Islington Academy. London is a city that, as Alén himself expressed, “we always try to return.”

Pablo Amorós in concert

Pablo Amorós in concert

Temperamental, elegant and charismatic Spanish pianist from Cordoba (Andalusia) comes to London for a unique concert at the wonderful St. James´s Church, in Piccadilly.

Ketama in London “No estamos locos” Tour

Ketama in London “No estamos locos” Tour

The Ketama concert in London on October 5 is the event you cannot miss. If any Spanish-speaking band can come back together, it’s Ketama, because their music never left! Hispanic music would be different without the appearance in the eighties of a band that changed internationally the approach to flamenco forever. Fifteen years later of their last show, Ketama is back together, for the joy of making music together again!

Black and Light: A film by Álvaro Perdices

Black and Light: A film by Álvaro Perdices

Join award-winning film-maker Álvaro Perdices for a screening of his stunning 2015 film ‘Negro y Luz’, an artistic essay on darkness and light exploring the Prado Museum at night.

Celebrating 200 years of the Prado

Celebrating 200 years of the Prado

Discover Madrid’s Prado Museum: past, present and future. Miguel Falomir, Director of the Prado Museum, Madrid joins Gabriele Finaldi, Director of the National Gallery, to discuss the history and dynamic future of Spain’s most eminent art museum, which celebrates its bicentenary this year.

2019 London Spanish Film Festival

2019 London Spanish Film Festival

Now in its 15th edition, the London Spanish Film Festival returns to Ciné Lumière to showcase some of this year’s most exciting Spanish films. From enigmatic thrillers to fresh comedies, seasoned directors’ comeback to debut films, expect the best contemporary cinema from Spain.

Blood Wedding at the Young Vic

Blood Wedding at the Young Vic

From the extraordinary creative vision of acclaimed director Yaël Farber (Les Blancs, Mies Julie, The Crucible) comes this evocative and visceral production of Federico García Lorca’s most famous tragedy, in a new adaptation by the multi award-winning Irish playwright Marina Carr.

NEW SPANISH NARRATIVE: 10 OF 30 BOOK LAUNCH

NEW SPANISH NARRATIVE: 10 OF 30 BOOK LAUNCH

This anthology brings together a selection of texts by seven Spanish women writers and three men, under 40 years old, such as Marina Perezagua, Inma López Silva or Alejandro Morellón among others.