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The CASA Festival remains the only theatre event dedicated to bringing Latin theatre to the UK. Now...
A superior taste of Spain
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As English fans vote for its favourite Latin and Spanish footballers in the UK, for those who live...
I have finally found the perfect spot, on the second story patio of Café Literario, overlooking...
Born in Mexico City, a slight and pretty 17-year-old joined the Ballet Folklorico. Fifty years on...
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In our first in a series profiling up-and-coming sports stars of Latin America and Spain, we...
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I have finally found the perfect spot, on the second story patio of Café Literario, overlooking...
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The Spanish peninsula and its outgoing and infamous inhabitants, is well known for annual street...
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Without him Cuban music wouldn’t be the same. Those of you who ever couldn’t stop humming Abre que...
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In an era where bland music and meaningless lyrics pollute the airwaves, singer-songwriters such as...
Trovador Extraordinaire
My earliest memory was music, it's more of a feeling than a particular event, a love for music...
…David Bisbal
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Tego Calderón's Desert Island Discs
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Lita Stantic: The ‘Producer’ of New Argentine Cinema
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Bolivia Clasica
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It Takes Two…
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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
Jennifer Lopez, Alejandro Sanz, Salma Hayek, Carlos Santana, Alejandro Amenabar and of course......
Favourite Quotes from our Favourite Latinos...
The feature debut from the Colombian director Franco Lolli, Gente de Bien is a sensitive,...
Gente de Bien (2013) Dir. Franco Lolli
A lack-lustre performance from the classic Argentine band, lacking its fans' enthusiasm for...
Los Babasonicos @ The Dome, Tufnell Park, 27th October
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Mercedes Sosa: The Voice of Latin America ( Argentina 2013)
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)
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