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!
UK premieres, special previews and much more at London Spanish Film Festival 6th Spring Weekend
London Spanish Film Festival 6th Spring Weekend it is here bringing UK premieres and special previews as well as veteran film-makers Fernando Colomo, Félix Sabroso and Julio Medem, who will come from Spain to talk to audiences about their most recent works. The screenings will take place at Ciné Lumière and The May Fair Theatre at The May Fair Hotel. Save the dates! From 14th to 17th April 2016.
‘The Club’ (El Club) is a 2015 Chilean drama film directed, co-produced and co-written by Pablo Larraín. The film was Golden Globe nominated and has a controversial release date of Easter Good Friday on 25 March 2016.’The Club’ (El Club) is a 2015 Chilean drama film directed, co-produced and co-written by Pablo Larraín. The film was Golden Globe nominated and has a controversial release date of Easter Good Friday on 25 March 2016.
The Flickering Darkness (Revisited) by Juan delGado
at Lightbox Gallery at LCB Depot
Wed 11 – Fri 27 Nov
‘The Flickering Darkness (Revisited)’ is a film by Spanish artist Juan delGado exploring the journey that food produce takes from its arrival before dawn at the Corabastos market in Bogotà, Colombia to its consumption across the social spectrum.
The Visit (2012) a documentary film by Fany de la Chica / Mike Lerner – Executive Producer / Andrew Phillips – Editor / Adam M.Aguiar – Sound Designer.
Last summer, Halcyon Gallery, which had already earned a mention and praise from Brit Es, offered us a private pass to their new Pedro Paricio exhibition.
So, what is Christmas like in England? Is it similar to how we do it in Spain? And how do the Spanish festivities match up to those of our European neighbours?