Events for 30 Jan 2019
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The Freud Museum in London presents an exhibition exploring the connection between Sigmund Freud, and Salvador Dali.
Adapted for the stage by James Fenton and directed by Angus Jackson this performance of Don Quixote arrives at the Garrick Theatre for a strictly limited 14-week season.
Luna13 Galeria will present the exhibition “The world of illustration” at the Techhub office in London. Showcasing a selection of works by eight different artist and with the strong presence of female creators.
Londoners is a photography book and a round of exhibitions of portraits taken in the streets of London of unknown people.
Spanish novelist Enrique Vila-Matas curates this exhibition, also known as Cabinet d’amour, an oblique novel, to showcase a selection of pieces that only respond to his fantasies, impulses and desires.
Culture, Performance, Theatre
In a bid to save their relationship a Spanish couple travel to Cuzco – conquistador stronghold, Inca city of the puma and tourist paradise. But as the altitude sickness, Pisco sours and layers of history take hold, they realise their journey has only just begun. Set along the Inca Trail, this is a sharp, contemporary […]Find out more »
Following on from the success of last year’s edition, the VIA Arts Prize is presenting a new show with 30 selected works that promote a process of intercultural exchange through an engagement with Ibero-American art and cultures. This year’s theme, Dialogues aims to enhance this connection with the Ibero-American world, having accepted all sorts of […]Find out more »
The association of Spanish Researches in the United Kingdom (CERU/SRUK) invites you to the screening of the acclaimed documentary film A Plastic Ocean, followed by a round table lead by Marc Hudson, environmental activist and PhD researcher at the University of Manchester, and Dr. annalisa Tirella, professor and researcher at the University of Manchester. The discussion will focus on issues such as technological and social solutions to the massive problem produced by plastic.