La Revista: archive

Tamara Rojo's Revolution

1 May 2017

    By Laura Obiols   “Be brave, go for the wildest dream”   It is 5pm on a Monday. Tamara Rojo, Lead Principal dancer and Artistic Director of the English National Ballet (ENB) is sitting at her desk at...

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Brexit: A Leap in the Dark

23 October 2016

One decision, 64.6 million* consequences On June 23 this year the UK made one of the biggest decisions in recent history: to leave the European Union. The real consequences for the future of the country are as yet unknown, but...

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Jornadas de Teatro Clasico in Almeria

10 September 2016

  By Duncan Wheeler In April 2016, the third-third edition of the academic cycle of Almeria’s Classical Theatre Festival took place in the neighbouring coastal resort of Roquetas de Mar. The brain child of secondary school teacher and theatre practitioner...

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Celebrating 100 years

5 April 2016

By Luis Martínez del Campo From its origins in foreign policy to the educational, social and cultural focus of the present day, the BritishSpanish Society has a rich and varied history. In commemoration of the Society’s centenary, historian Luis Martínez del...

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Antonio Najarro: Dance Fusions

29 November 2015

Photo by Jesus Robisco Ballet Nacional de España’s highly esteemed director speaks to Graham Watts, chairman of the Dance Section of Critics’ Circle and National Dance Awards about Suite Sevilla, and how he trained dancers to perform flamenco on ice....

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On foot from Madrid to London

8 July 2015

  Brian Mooney navigates his way from the centre of Spain to the city of London. I have become alarmingly medieval in my approach to pilgrimage, believing that a pilgrim walk is not complete without the return leg. My conversion...

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Review: Ay! Eva Yerbabuena

28 March 2015

By Bess Twiston-Davies Was it a foot? Or was it an instrument? Hard to tell, so fluid was the sound of Eva Yerbabuena’s mint-sharp zapateo. There was a seamless echo – foot, music, sound – all melding together into one....

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The Spanish Notebooks

16 January 2014

By Albertina Torres In 2005, having lived in London for ten years, Albertina Torres moved with her husband, British-Canadian film maker and artist Zev Robinson, back to the small village in rural Valencia where she was born. Three years later,...

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The Railway Children: new Spanish translation

18 December 2013

The much-loved children’s classic has been translated into Spanish for the first time, bringing Edith Nesbit’s story to a wider audience. We’ll be covering this in the magazine but in the meantime listen to translator and La Revista contributor Nuria Reina Bachot speaking...

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By Albertina Torres

17 October 2013

By Lourdes Gómez Fernando Gutiérrez has returned to his roots in West London. He has anchored his award-winning graphic design studio in the Bayswater area where he was born in 1963. As a child of Asturian and Galician immigrants he...

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