Javier Cercas joins the European Writers Tour at the National Centre for Writing to discuss the challenges that literature faces in this new era of Europe.
Returning to the UK for its third year, Feria de Londres will be bringing its famous Andalusian carnival spirit to London over the last weekend of May.
H.E. the Ambassador of Spain in London, in collaboration with ARTES and Instituto Cervantes, will be presenting a talk by renowned historian Sir John Elliott on his relationship with the Museo del Prado, to mark the 200 anniversary of one of Spain’s most notorious institutions.
An exquisite musical journey exploring country traditions. Drawing influence from Cuba, Argentina, Morocco, Senegal, Spain, Brazil and Portugal, Babel fuses world music with her own jazz touch – a passionate and moving exploration of world music and its heritage.
The artistic career of Joaquín Sorolla was developed at the same time as one of the most brilliant periods in the history of contemporary Spanish culture, the Silver Age. This name comes from being the second golden age of our letters after the one in which Cervantes, Quevedo, Góngora, Calderón de la Barca or Lope de Vega lived.
Join SRUK in this free tour around Manchester to commemorate the women and minorities from this part of the world that contributed to science, arts and social reforms.
A two-hander encompassing a series of devised, scripted and improvised sketches that take place over lunch. This bizarre and quixotic piece is an ever-changing play that continues to grow.
This workshop, focused on archaeological research projects and collaborations between the UK and the Iberian Peninsula, will bring together researchers working in the UK and abroad with interests in Iberia and the Islands.
“After premiering in Spain, Javier Rodriguez returns to London with From Within (Desde Dentro), a collection of intimate and personal musical pieces which walk with his memories along the paths of his childhood in his native Andalusia, the nostalgia of Malaga’s sea, his long reflections in Africa, the magical feeling of Indian twilights and the open smiles of eternal Spring.
A string of lies that have no intention of deceiving you. It’s a storytelling session, but do not bring your children. Stories that give you goosebumps or make you laugh … or who knows.