There is an excellent production, well worth seeing, unmissable and unforgettable… like all good dreams.
We first met Jorge de Juan (Cartagena, 1961) when we interviewed him a while back in 2014. Back then, he was telling us about his return to London and plans of setting up The Spanish Theatre Company in the capital…
My mission is simple: I want people to respect the female body so that we can put an end to harassment, abuse and femicide!
After a wait of almost three years, La Tristura makes its triumphant return to the stage with the premier of its latest production ‘Cine’. The air of excitement outside the Sala Verde at Teatros del Canal last night was certainly to be expected given La Tristura’s reputation as one of Spain’s most exciting and innovative theatre companies of the last decade. Their appearance in this year’s ‘Festival de Otoño a Primavera’ is not to be missed!
Tamara Rojo introduces ‘She Said’, her latest commission, a programme choreographed by women.
Tamara Rojo introduces ‘She Said’, her latest commission, a programme of new one-act ballets all choreographed by women. Frida Khalo, the great Mexican painter, is the subject of one of three new works choreographed by women at Sadler’s Wells, a triple bill of new works by world-class choreographers Aszure Barton, Annabelle Lopez Ochoa and Yabin Wang.
Essex: Jairo Barrull Flamenco Company present ‘El Llanto Se Mueve’ at The Mercury Theatre.
Jairo Barrull Flamenco Company present ‘El Llanto Se Mueve’ (The Cry Moves) on the 7th May 2016 at The Mercury Theatre. Flamenco dancers Jairo Barrull and Irene ‘La Sentio’ are joined by a full cast of award winning gypsy musicians from Andalucia to evoke the pure essence of flamenco’s soul: el llanto (the cry).
Steven Munar is an Anglo- Spanish musician with over 20 years’ experience. Here’s only word that comes to mind to describe ‘Time Traveler’ Steven’s new work …outstanding!
Three strangers meet on a train. In one hour, the train will crash and they will all die.
First Edinburgh Integra Music Festival, more than six hours of live music for one day, the 11th of December at Teviot Row House in the capital of Scotland.
It’s a big day for the Latin American Theatre Festival, CASA. Now in its eighth anniversary, this year’s festival pays tribute to Mexico to coincide with the celebration of its second year in partnership with the UK.