Teresa Solana is Barcelona’s best-selling crime writer and creator of the much-loved accident-prone private detective twin brothers Borja and Eduard. Teresa writes in Catalan and will be joined in conversation by award-winning literary translator, Peter Bush, who has translated over 70 books from Catalan, Spanish, Portuguese and French and is also Teresa’s husband.
We will hear about the doubts researchers face when considering the jump from academia to industry, how rewarding and challenging a career in industry is, how first-class research takes place in industry, how to work to Standard Operating Procedures…
A lecture by Professor Mari M. Delgado (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, University of London). Professor Delgado’s paper will examine thirteen years of collaborations with Pedro Almodóvar.
Using a planetarium projector, Isa will take you on a guided tour of the cosmos, the purgatory of the sky, and her broken dreams.
After sell-out shows at the Brighton Fringe 2018, this energetic Spaniard comes back with her highly-anticipated sequel. British, Spanish, and EU connections come together in a funny, fun-filled fiesta! ¡Olé!
A celebration of female creators pushing the boundaries and exploring the possibilities of Spanish cinema.
Eugenio R. Luján, Professor of Indo-European Studies and currently Dean of the Faculty of Philology of the Complutense University of Madrid, will lead this seminar on paleohispanic languages.
Greta Alfaro is exhibiting at Lambeth County Courts which closed in November 2017. Using real documents from a case in the court, with all names and dates erased, together with photographs, videos and objects, Alfaro creates a show which imaginatively highlights justice and inequality.
SCAN is pleased to present ‘Second attention awareness ‘, a project curated by Aina Pomar and with works by Anna Dot, Ian Waelder and Richard Hards.
Basque Spring, a film season organized by Cinemaattic, will bring to Scotland classic and contemporary films from Basque Country.