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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.
Shot in Soho is an exhibition curated by the spanish curator Julian Rodriguez. The exhibition celebrates Soho’s diverse culture, community and history of creative innovation as well as highlighting its position as a site of resistance. Through a range of photographs, ephemera and varied presentations, the project reflects the breadth of life in a part […]
Fulfilling their mission to showcase the best Spanish and Latin American plays in London, the Cervantes Theatre is holding the bilingual production of The House of the Spirits (La Casa de los Espíritus). This play closes the 2019 season at the Cervantes Theatre featuring a range of plays written by female playwrights. Winner of the […]
A major exhibition exploring the non-stop nature of modern lives. Curated by Somerset House and Sarah Cook, the exhibition takes visitors on a journey from the cold light of the moon to the fading warmth of the sunset through a series of interactive installations and interrogations of 24/7 life. The exhibition is inspired by the book of the same title by art critic and essayist Jonathan Crary (Verso, 2013).
Instituto Cervantes in London has organised a commemorative programme which pays tribute to the Spanish Republican exiles on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the end of the Civil War. The programme is entitled “Skies so unlike their own: a celebration of Spanish exile in the UK, 1939” and will feature conferences, round tables, […]
Eco-Visionaries is an exhibition composed of film, installation, architectural models and photography that reflects on how architecture art and design are reacting to a rapidly changing world, beyond mainstream notions of sustainability.
The Hispanist and British historian Trevor Dadson is the invited speaker to talk about ‘Double Identity in the world of the Spanish Inquisition: the moriscos of Spain – Christian or Islamic, Spaniards or ‘Moors’ ?’ for the Ramón Pérez de Ayala Lecture 2019, organised by the University of Portsmouth. When Ferdinand and Isabella conquered Granada […]