Arte y cultura en Londres

When people talk about Spain they often think of sun, beaches and holidays. But Spain is also rich in gastronomic culture, which luckily has spread all over the world and especially in London. So let’s tell you about Eneko at One Aldwych. Eneko Atxa is a leading Basque chef whose restaurant Azurmendi is famous in the Basque...
Read More
Darwin’s Tortoise/La Tortuga de Darwin Still four more days left to enjoy “Darwin’s Tortoise/La Tortuga de Darwin”, a play directed by Paula Paz. Set in 20th century Europe, the play tells the story of the tortoise Charles Darwin brought back from the Galapagos Islands through the words of an old woman who shows up in...
Read More
Myths and Latin American reality in post-truth times – Conversation with Elmer Mendoza and Peter Watt The new series Thinking Ibero-America brings together Mexican novelist Èlmer Mendoza, a representative of the so-called narco-literature, and Dr. Peter Watt, a Hispanist from the University of Sheffield who specialises in human rights and organised crime. The theme of...
Read More
Flamenco is one of the magical music traditions of Southern Spain and it has now become famous all over the world. It is one of the UNESCO Masterpieces of the Oral and Intangible and it’s a show you wouldn’t want to miss. You can now book your ticket for the Sadler Well’s season of flamenco in London....
Read More
Blood Wedding at Spanish Theatre Company in Southwark, 15 Nov- 17 Dec Under a burning and unrelenting sun, two families prepare for a wedding with anticipation.  Their destinies will be forever marked by their traditions, passions and suppressed past. Lorca’s masterpiece will be the opening production at the Cervantes Theatre in London, with two different...
Read More
Here are three events this month which are both cultural and political. The exhibition at The Red Gallery shows art from “one of the most explosive moments in the country” whilst the Colombia: Peace Art Culture event invites us to consider Colombia’s future whilst enjoying an evening of Colombian entertainment. Finally, the Annual Catalan Lecture...
Read More
South Social Meets Argentina 20 October-  The South Social Film Festival at The Cinema Museum presents Wild Tales, a black comedy anthology that looks at the darkest aspects of human behaviour. This award winning collection of 6 short Argentinian films was directed by Damián Szifrón and produced by Pedro Almodóvar. The evening begins with live music and the film is...
Read More
Wifredo Lam at the Tate Modern 14 September 2016 – 8 January 2017 An influential and iconic 20th Century Cuban artist, Wifredo Lam  has been dubbed the Cuban Picasso. Although he is not merely an imitator of Picasso’s work. His work battles themes of social injustice, nature, spirituality, identity and culture and is connected to...
Read More
More upcoming Hispanic Cinema events for September including a second feature on Almodóvar at the BFI Southbank and the 12th London Spanish Film Festival. The Southbank season features a vast selection of Almodóvar films including his latest release, Julieta. As well as screenings of the films there are some special events on topics such as...
Read More
August seems to be a great month for Hispanic cinema in London. As well as a month long celebration of the Almodóvar’s work there’s also a showcase of ‘some of the best contemporary films from and about Argentina’. The Argentine Film festival runs from 18-21st August in various cinemas across London and showcases some fantastic Argentinian...
Read More
1 6 7 8 9

Reviews

I continue to really enjoy the classes Vamos provides. A real advantage are the conversation classes the school holds once a month. A great school with excellent teachers…."

See More Reviews

This will close in 0 seconds

We are using cookies to give you the best experience on our website.

To learn more about how we use cookies please click here

This will close in 0 seconds