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London Spanish Film Festival returns, Simonovis granted house arrest, Latin Grammy nominations...
Forget James Rodríguez, Arjen Robben or Thomas Müller. Miguel Herrera was by far the most...
A black conductor who compares his job to a football manager? Latinolife just had to find out more...
Latinolife's guide to the best Latin nights out in the capital
Antonio Canales is considered one of the greatest Spanish Flamenco Dancers of all time. Once one of...
If you were stranded on a desert island, which tracks would you absolutely need to have to get you...
It is no surprise that Basque and Catalan football fans waited with baited breath for the result of...
As Brazilian elections continue to dominate the Latin American press, another presidential race is...
Bored of beaches, banal museums and grotty hotels? Want to do something different this time you go...
Manuel Pertegaz, the world- famous Spanish designer and admired fashion genius died on Saturday at...
Ask a British person what they know about Mexico and they might mention tacos and Cancún: for those...
After its successful UK tour, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's weirdly popular journey into...
Today, on the 30th October in 1910, in the town of Orihuela in southeastern Spain, Miguel Hernandez...
With plenty of Latin American restaurants sprouting all over London you probably wouldn't...
In 1978, Ruben Blades, a young Panamanian “Sonero” and Willie Colon, a New York-born trombone...
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Internationally acclaimed director Pedro Almodovar, who released his latest film I'm So...
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Human shield in Colombia at 65? A daughter leaves London to find her mother who has decided to be...
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Manuel Pertegaz, the world- famous Spanish designer and admired fashion genius died on Saturday at...
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With a career spanning over fifty years, Jose Feliciano is one of the biggest names in music. His...
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Juanes, the world’s most successful all-Spanish artist, talks to Latinolife exclusively about music...
“Who would I invite on stage in London?...probably Jessie J!”
One of the most successful comedy actors of recent years, Nick Frost plays a depressed office...
The Fire Within
Described by The New York Times as having a ‘tangy, bluesy voice with the feistiness of Edith Piaf...
Alma Antigua - The Young Guatalaman with Vintage Charm
Ojos de Brujo's frontwoman and songwriter Marinah goes solo with her first album, Baile de las...
Flamenco Fusion's Force of Nature
It has been said that 'Grupo Niche IS Cali and Cali IS Niche', indeed Niche is the most...
The Salsa Group that IS Cali - an interview wth Grupo Niche
Isabel Camus worked for Chile’s nationalized copper company and was a close aide of Salvador...
“It is only a question of time, I think we have very little left.” The Last Days of Salvador Allende – an insider’s story
1. Ernesto ‘Che’ Guevara – Ask anyone to name a revolutionary and, male or female, the word Che...
... Latin American Revolutionaries
North-South Divide? What about North-South Harmony? While publishing Sergio Mendes’ desert Island...
It Takes Two…
Salsa promoters and musicians alike are lamenting the demise of live Salsa music as a culture and...
Did Salsa Dancers Kill Salsa Music?
From a mansion to a school trying to make ends meet, this couch surfer found a warm welcome in...
...Guatemala
A mesmerising one-woman Latina show at The Southwark Playhouse until 15th June
Juana in a Million
An insight into the world of the great Colombian writer that touches on subjects that everyone can...
Bon Voyage, Mr President and Other Stories by Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Penguin Books, 1995)
Joining the Dots (2012) tells the story of Trevor, who lost his sight at the age of 60. Following a...
Joining the Dots (Dir. Pablo Romero-Fresco)
Beautiful, affecting and credible, The Courtyard’s production of Blood Wedding does more than...
Blood Wedding, by Gabriel Garcia Lorca at The Courtyard Theatre
A new documentary on the life and work of singer Mercedes Sosa is a must for Latin music lovers,...
Mercedes Sosa: The Voice of Latin America ( Argentina 2013)

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