Events for 10 Oct 2019
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The new season of the Cervantes Theatre invites audiences to explore the best from both contemporary and classic theatre from the Spanish speaking world.
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.
FeSTeLõn celebrates this year its 7th edition with a programme that includes contemporary and Golden Age works, conferences and workshops. The programme includes acclaimed productions that will immerse the public in some of the most interesting classical and contemporary proposals.
The BFI London Film Festival celebrates its 63rd edition with a programme composed of british and international films, focusing on the multiculturalismand the young audiences. Among the Spanish titles there is ‘A thief’s daughter’, the first film that co-starred Greta y Eduard Fernández.Find out more »
In its 6th Edition, the Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival once again presents us the most recent and significant Spanish cinema titles. The programme of this year, suited for all audience and ages, includes several Goya Awarded films as ‘The Candidate’, the tender comedy ‘Champions’ or ‘Carmen and Lola’.
The University of Edinburgh invites the Spanish writer and filmmaker David Trueba to give a lecture entitled “Music, Cinema & Lecture” on Thursday, 10th October at 6pm, as part of the Cunninghame Graham and framed in the Edinburgh Spanish Film Festival. In the lecture, Trueba will talk about some of the films he has presented […]