This anthology brings together a selection of texts by seven Spanish women writers and three men, under 40 years old, such as Marina Perezagua, Inma López Silva or Alejandro Morellón among others.
The new season of the Cervantes Theatre invites audiences to explore the best from both contemporary and classic theatre from the Spanish speaking world.
The Embassy of Brazil in London and ACALASP (the Association of Cultural Attachés of Latin America, Spain and Portugal), in partnership with Instituto Cervantes and People’s Palace Projects (Queen Mary University of London), are inviting entries for the VIA Arts Prize 2019. The initiative is sponsored by Itaú.
Participants will work with Dash Arts’ TransNationalTheatre Director Tim Supple and dramaturg Katie Ebner-Landy to investigate material in search of the essence of a shared European identity.
Seven stories that mix horror and comedy, seven moments of black comedy, seven surreal visions of a dysfunctional society.
The new Almodovar´s movie will be presented in Ciné Lumière Friday 23 of August.
In Almodóvar´s most personal film to date, Salvador Mallo, a film director facing ill health, takes us through his recollection of love, breakups, art, cinema, mothers, the act of writing and making a film, and importantly the experience of desire and pleasure that seem lost to him.