Tenderness: Online dramatised reading

Tenderness: Online dramatised reading

The Cervantes Theatre invites you to an online dramatised reading of the play by the Spanish director Alfredo Sanzol. Tenderness tells the story of a magic queen and her two princesses, forced by Philip II into marriages of convenience to noble Englishmen on the successful invasion of England.

How to get your science out there

How to get your science out there

Do you want your science to captivate your audiences? Have you ever wondered what’s the secret behind engaging speakers, or more impactful presentations or posters? Learn how to improve your science communication skills in our online workshop.

The Play to be Played: Online dramatised reading

The Play to be Played: Online dramatised reading

The Cervantes Theatre invites you to an online dramatised reading of the play by the Spanish directors Miguel del Arco and Aitor Tejada. The Play to be Played is a reflection on the nature of fiction through characters that rebel against its author.

Quiero Queeride

Quiero Queeride

Welcome to Quiero Queeride: A virtual show of hot words and bilingual bodies, featuring a range of LGBTQ+ voices and artists.

Marcat Dance Workshop

Marcat Dance Workshop

Mario Bermudez Gil and Catherine Coury will lead this dance workshop followed by a Q&A with the participants. This free class will include several physical and mental exercises inspired by the Gaga technique which also include fragments of the Marcat Dance repertoire.

In short Europe ESCAPE

In short Europe ESCAPE

Following January’s success with this Short Film programme, In Short, Europe comes back for a new virtual edition – this time, with ESCAPE as a theme.

Pedro Merry at the STARTnet Art Fair

Pedro Merry at the STARTnet Art Fair

STARTnet Art Fair is a global gathering of artists taking place at Saatchi Gallery this October. Featured in this edition is Visual Artist Pedro Merry.

Castanights: A Night of Live Flamenco

Castanights: A Night of Live Flamenco

The ARA trio consists of Ramon Ruiz, one of Europe’s most established flamenco guitarists, oud aficionado Attab Haddad and master percussionist Antonio Romero. Together they explore the fascinating relationship between southern Spanish folk and Middle Eastern music, a relationship that runs deep and which forms the basis of flamenco.