The pandemic caused rupture in the relationship between audiences and stage productions. And the performing arts should be a different version of reality which sustains the collective spirit of society after months of isolation. This is what this actor and Argentine director thinks.
In a London virtual event open to the public, this Argentinean actor and director presents on December 2nd the English version of his book “The uncapturable.” His career spans 50 years, and accompanied by colleagues and guests, he will invoke the rebellious spirit of the performing arts that pervades his […]
Censorship, hostility or repression against the homosexual community or immigrants are realities that still exist in British and Spanish society. Talking about it is not always easy, but with art, many things are possible…and more effective. Virginia Moreno Molina Since Alejandro Postigo arrived in England fourteen years ago, […]
It tells the story of Puerto Rico’s history through the eyes of an immigrant in the UK and will run from October 2nd to 19th at Southwark’s Blue Elephant Theatre, just a stone’s throw from London’s largest Latin American community at Elephant and castle. Two years since Hurricane María […]
This play tells the story of two sisters from Puerto Rico who live respectively in London and the Latin American country, and whose relationship changes after the natural catastrophe that devastated the nation. Starring Puerto Rican actors, it will be performed in the English capital from 15th to 17th August, […]