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La Casa de los Espiritus
The House of the Spirits
Date: From 28th October to 30th November
Location: Arch 26, Old Union Street Arches
229 Union Street, London
The Cervantes Theatre is premiering a new production of the play by Caridad Svich based on Isabel Allende’s novel, La Casa de los Espiritos (The House of the Spirits), directed by Paula Paz.
Further information is available on
A special evening is being arranged for the Chilean community on 30 October 2019 with tickets priced at £20.00.
To book please go to the website shown above and enter the code CHILEAN-VIP when booking tickets.
BritishSpanish Society Christmas Reception 2019
Date: Monday 25th November 2019
Time: 6.30 pm to 10.00 pm
Venue: Hispania Restaurant, 72-74 Lombard Street, London EC3V 9AY
Tickets: BSS member £45 / Non BSS member £55
As you know, the Anglo-Chilean Society and the British Spanish Society have a Mutual Cooperation Agreement were members may attend both Societies events at the corresponding member’s price.
In this occasion we are pleased to let you know about the BSS Christmas Recepcion.
Fantastic venue with limited capacity. Please pay and book early to avoid disappointment.
Full details and reservations HERE
Opportunities and Urban Poverty
Date: 11th December 2019
Location: 1 Park Crescent, Marylebone, London W1B 1SH
Canning House’s Opportunities Series examines, through various lenses, the opportunities and obstacles faced by disadvantaged groups in Latin America. This event will consider the approaches to tackling urban poverty.
This event will compare effective strategies being developed in the UK and Latin America to tackle urban poverty, and discuss scope for more international collaboration to strengthen public policy formulation.
More information HERE
Tales From The Crust
12.00pm, Thu 26 September 2019
6.00pm, Sat 14 December 2019
74-76 Cromer Street
Open Thursday - Saturday, 12 - 6pm
Preview: Wednesday 25 September, 6:30 - 8:30pm
Arts Catalyst exhibition, by London-based Chilean artist Ignacio Acosta (b. 1976), who works primarily with photography to explore geopolitical power dynamics around minerals, their geographies and historical narratives. He has exhibited widely over the last few years with exhibitions opening here and at the Zeppelin Museum, Germany in 2019. He launched his book Copper Geographies at the Photographers’ Gallery, London, earlier this year. This is his first solo show in London.
Building on the artist’s ongoing research into extractive activities in Chile and Swedish Sábme, the programme explores the highly topical theme of extraction, the politics underlying it, the ‘slow violence’ that can result, and acts of resistance. Comprising documents, films, photographs, maps and objects, the exhibition is populated by the overlapping voices of activists, indigenous people and archaeo-astronomers – bringing together a constellation of stances rooted in the distant to recent and present geographies of extraction, exploitation and trauma.
More information HERE
SIMUC Piano Recital,
Danor Quinteros in Concert (free)
Mon, 17 February 2020
19:30 – 21:00 GMT
King's College London
St Davids Room
A fantastic evening with beautiful piano music from Chile performed by award-winning Chilean pianist Danor Quinteros.
About this Event
Award-winning Chilean pianist Danor Quinteros is coming to London
for a spectacular recital with classical music by Chilean
composers from different historical periods,
including an impressionist gem by Enrique Soro.
Chilean pianist Danor Quinteros has received critical acclaim and numerous national and international awards. Praised for his artistic subtlety and skill, he has appeared in multiple Halls and venues such as Teatro Municipal de Santiago, Tonhalle Zürich, Klavierfestival-Ruhr, Banff Centre and the Romanian Atheneum. Recently, Danor rendered a memorable performance of Rachmaninoff’s Second Piano Concerto with the George Enescu Philharmonic Orchestra during the final of the Enescu Competition 2016 in Bucharest and was awarded the 3rd Prize.
This concert has been brought to London thanks to the support of King's College London and the International Society for Chilean Music.
See Danor in action here:
More information HERE