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The Spanish Institute is offering two eight week courses starting on the week of May 9. These courses are specially designed for those who want to spend their summer holiday in Spain or Latin America and would like to have some basics of the language.
The new term at The Spanish Institute is starting on February 6 and offers Spanish lessons to all ages at a variety of levels, from beginner to advanced. The new schedule for spring 2017 is available on www.spanishinstitute.ie and The Spanish Institute’s Facebook page.
The Spanish Institute is having its official launch on Friday April 25. The event starts at 6pm and guests will be invited to enjoy Spanish wine and tapas in its premises at 58 Dominick Street.
SOLTANDO AMARRAS, an evening of traditional flamenco dance and music takes place in the Black Box Theatre on Thursday May 10 at 8pm.
“THE KING of Latin guitar, a world-class virtuoso” is how Time Out has described Eduardo Niebla, who will play the Town Hall Theatre on Wednesday March 28 at 8pm.
With The Skin I Live In (La piel que habito), Pedro Almodóvar delivers yet another twisted masterpiece, compounding his genius for turning the ridiculous into the sublime. Westport Film Club will be hosting a screening of the movie in Westport Cineplex on Wednesday, February 1 at 8.45pm.
AMONG THE highlights of the upcoming Baboró children’s festival is the pulsating music and dance production Globe which has been put together by bodhrán-virtuoso Robbie Harris and Dave McFarlane.
SPAIN IN the Middle Ages was Europe’s most advanced society, a cultural melting pot, and the crossroads of great civilisations.
FLAMENCO DANCER Fatima Lucia will begin a new term of flamenco dance classes on Tuesday in Árus na nGael, 45 Dominick Street, from 7pm to 10pm.
Flamenco is a Spanish art form with deep roots in Andalusia - Spain's southern region. There are different theories as to how this folk music evolved, but the details are lost in history.