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, 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 3rd and 17th April, 1st, 15th, 29th May, etc (every other Tuesday). No booking is required. Just come along anytime from 6.30pm to 9.30pm and say "Hola!".
Be amazed by the world of ancient Egypt while you practice your Spanish with us!
Did you know that the British Museum holds the largest collection of Egyptian objects outside Egypt? Join us on Saturday 28th April at 3pm on a guided visit in Spanish to discover the highlights of the collection and learn about this fascinating ancient culture.
Spaces in this tour are limited to only 10 people, so hurry up and book yours here!
Would you like to improve your Spanish while learning photography in a relaxed, fun and creative environment?
If the answer is yes, don’t hesitate to join us in our amazing photography workshop designed by Nacho Rivera, a professional Spanish photographer and teacher based in London, who will share all his photography skills and experience with the students.
During two hours, you will discover framing and composition secrets as well as many tricks and tools with which you will be able to create amazing pictures. After this class, your Instagram account will never look the same!
It is not necessary to have any previous knowledge about photography. The workshop, imparted entirely in Spanish, is suitable for all levels. All cameras are welcome, even mobile phones!
The workshop will take place at the very inspiring Design Museum (224-238 Kensington High St, W8 6AG) on Saturday 28th April from 4pm to 6pm. Fee: £30 to be paid on the day.
If you want to know more about Nacho's work, you can visit his website www.nacho-rivera.es
Confused between Pretérito Perfecto, Imperfecto and Indefinido? You know how to conjugate them but you are not sure when to use one or the other? Still unsure of the different nuances that each tense conveys?
Clarify all your questions in our Past Tenses Workshop!
Thursday 3rd May from 7.30pm to 9pm in Clapham North Art Centre (26-32 Voltaire Rd, SW4 6DH). Suitable for A2 level (equivalent to our Continuación 3 course). Only £15. Enrol here!
Luna13 Galeria, in collaboration with Spanish House London, presents the exhibition “Urban photography: A tale of 5 cities”. This collective exhibition showcases the works of 7 great Spanish photographers. The opening will take place at the headquarters of Spanish House London in Clapham North Art Center (26-32, Voltaire road) Unit 3 on Friday 11th of May at 6:30 pm.
The exhibiting photographers: Felipe Scheffel, Nuria Espuis, Jose Luis Barcia, Julia Eme, David Izkierdo, Nacho Rivera e Irene Herrero offer us their particular vision of different cities. Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Granada or London are all represented in this show.
The photographs represent buildings, significant spaces, scenes of everyday life, anonymous people or abandoned landscapes. The artists immerse us in their particular worlds and reflect on themes like cultural diversity, social identity or the relationship of people with the space around them. Through the use of lights, shadows and colours the photographers capture passing moments that get frozen in time, moments that reflect their own emotions ready to then be completed by the spectator.
Some of the photographers and the gallerist will be at the event and they will talk (in Spanish and English) about the collection of photographs being presented at this exhibition.
The exhibition will be opened to the public until the 6th of July. During this time it can be visited by appointment only.
This is a unique opportunity to learn Spanish while drawing. Use both parts of the brain while learning to draw (hemisferio derecho) with instructions first in English then in Spanish (hemisferio izquierdo).
This method of learning allows for 'doodling while the teacher speaks'. Vocabulary will concentrate on Spanish related to art - materials, observation, spacial awareness, artists, etc- and upon ideas that make the practices of drawing so great!
We will simply work from short enjoyable exercises and ideas, placing various objects in the centre of the studio. Both error and mistake will be encouraged!
The tutor, Matt Collier, has exhibited his drawings internationally and studied fine art to masters level at Glasgow Schools of Art.
Sunday 3rd June at 3pm at Spanish House London (Clapham North Art Centre, block 3, 26-32 Voltaire Rd, SW4 6DH). £7pp materials provided (of course you may bring your own). Spaces limited to 14 students. Book yours here!