On the Caribbean island of Cuba there is a unique group, which builds on tradition, and for 90 years has kept alive the heritage of members of the diaspora and the culture of their ancestors. Mayra Pardillo Gómez Its repertoire includes dances from Lanzarote, Tenerife and La Palma, […]
The curtains of this theatre recall the days when it became Cuba’s principal cultural stage for the first time eight decades ago. María de Lourdes Legrá Pichs On the 2 of June of 1939, the ‘Suñol’ theatre, whose original name was Wenceslao Infante Theatre, burst onto the artistic […]
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.
Two very different plays by the same writer are on in London and in each of them the common view of Tennessee Williams as the quintessentially white American playwright is disassembled in dramatic and thought-provoking ways. Sean Sheehan Both “The Glass Menagerie” and “Orpheus descending” are about essentially […]
The recently concluded fourth season of the successful British series The Durrell put the Greek island in the spotlight once more, whose historic centre was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2007. Yanet Llanes Alemán The televised programme about the idyllic island life of writer and […]