Every other Tuesday, join us at the Landor Pub (70 Landor Rd, SW9 9PH) for an evening of engaging conversation in Spanish.
Meet people with interests similar to yours, socialise, make new friends and practice your Spanish in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
All levels of Spanish are welcome, from beginners to native speakers. This is a free event for students of Spanish House (£2 for not students), open to anyone with an interest in the Spanish language.
If you aren't a student of Spanish House London, this is a great place to get to know our teachers, your future fellow students and get a feeling for the atmosphere in our courses.
The next meetings will take place on Tuesdays 9th and 23rd July, 6th and 20th August, etc (every other Tuesday). No booking is required. Just come along anytime from 6.30pm to 9.30pm and say "Hola!".
Constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage in Spanish and English, this documentary focuses on the career of Argentinian celebrated football player
Diego Armando Maradona. Selected at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival, Asif Kapadia's documentary tells the wild and unforgettable story of talent, glory, despair, betrayal, corruption and redemption of
the most acclaimed football legend of all times, Maradona, proclaimed by his fans "bigger than God himself". After the BAFTA and Oscar-winning films "Senna" and "Amy", Asif Kapadia comes full circle
on his trilogy on icons.
Meet us on Friday 12th July between 5.30pm and 6pm at the entrance of Ciné Lumière (17 Queensberry Place, South Kensington, SW7 2DT). We'll go for a drink and nibble in a nearby bar, before the film starts at 7pm. Call us on 07775 583 740 for directions if you prefer to join us directly at the bar.
This screening promises to be a sell-out. It is advisable to book your ticket in advance here:
Venezuelan actress Andrea Spisto presents her queer-immigrant-clown-cabaret-devised theatre play "Butch Princesa", as part of CASA Latin American Festival.
Character comedy, dance and Latin beats guide you deep into a surreal, queer, immigrant wonderland. This show is about coming out. As an immigrant whose home is being destroyed, as a pansexual in a Latin family and as a clown in a world where people are afraid of clowns. Brave, joyful, fiery! A show full of insights into gender boundaries, politics and human magic.
If you want to come with us, book your tickets for Friday 19th July at 8.30pm here: https://casafestival.org.uk/project/butchprincesa
CASA, London's Latin American Festival of Arts, is turning 10 in July, and they're throwing a big Latin Birthday Party to celebrate its long rich history. And boy is this a party. From
an extra special serenading by a live band, get ready for the heat as we end the night with some of the sauciest Cuban reggaeton to hit the capital. What else but carnival vibes and caipirinhas to
celebrate 10 years of CASA?
Arcola Theatre (24 Ashwing St, E8 3DL), 19th July, 10.30pm to 1.30am. Call or text us on 07775 583 740 to meet us there!
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