Spanish Events

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Film Discussion in Spanish: "Pan's Labryinth"

Date: 27/01/2020, 19:30-20:30, £6
Location: Zoom Online
Join us to discuss in Spanish, the award-winning film "Pan's Labryinth", by legendary director Guillermo del Toro. Hosted by our experienced tutor, Luis, watch the film beforehand and then meet over Zoom to discuss in Spanish the film's characters and themes. Suitable for intermediate Spanish-speakers. All discussion in Spanish.

Film Discussion in Spanish: "Pan's Labryinth", Tickets: £6

Spanish Conversation Class: TOPIC "Technological Change in Society"

Date: 04/02/2020, 19:15 - 20:15, £5
Location: Zoom Online
We spend the evening discussing in Spanish how technology is changing our society. How does it affect our lives? Does it promote social inclusion? No knowledge of the topic is necessary, just a love of speaking Spanish! Discussion led by our experienced tutor, Pablo. Suitable for intermediate Spanish-speakers. All discussion in Spanish.

Spanish Conversation: "Technological Change in Society", Tickets: £5

Spanish Conversation Class: TOPIC "Influence of Religion in Society"

Date: 07/02/2020, 17:00 - 18:00, £5
Location: Zoom Online
We spend the evening discussing in Spanish, the influence of religion in society. Religion throughout the ages has always had a presence or influence in society. Whether one considers this to be right or wrong it has affected interpersonal and intergroup relationships. Discussion led by our experienced tutor, Sandy. No knowledge of the topic is necessary, just a love of speaking Spanish! Suitable for intermediate Spanish-speakers. All discussion in Spanish.

Spanish Conversation: "Influence of Religion in Society", Tickets: £5

Spanish Conversation Class: TOPIC "Gender Equality"

Date: 21/02/2020, 17:00 - 18:00, £5
Location: Zoom Online
Join us to discuss in Spanish, the topic of gender equality. Gender equality, besides being a fundamental human right, is essential to achieve peaceful societies. What is gender equality and why is it important to have in society? Discussion led by our experienced tutor, Gaby. No prior knowledge of the topic is necessary, just a love of speaking Spanish! Suitable for intermediate Spanish-speakers. All discussion in Spanish.

Spanish Conversation: "Gender Equality", Tickets: £5

Spanish Conversation Class: TOPIC "The Role of Women in Guatemalan Society"

Date: 23/02/2020, 19:15 - 20:15, £5
Location: Zoom Online
Join us to discuss in Spanish, the role of women in Guatemalan society. Guatemala is characterised by having a predominantly young population - the average age of women is 26 years old. We discuss the participation of women in society, how their role has changed over time and why their participation is so important. Discussion led by our experienced tutor, Karina. No prior knowledge of the topic is necessary, just a love of speaking Spanish! Suitable for intermediate Spanish-speakers. All discussion in Spanish.

Spanish Conversation: "The Role of Women in Guatemalan Society", Tickets: £5

ONLINE SPANISH BOOK CLUB:

*SOLD OUT* Spanish Book Club: Memoria de mis Putas Tristes" by Gabriel García Márquez

Date: 22/01/2021, 19:30-20:30
Location: Zoom Online
We discuss in Spanish, the poignant novel by legendary Gabriel García Márquez. The novel is a reflection that celebrates the joys of love and contemplates the disadvantages of old age, written in the incomparable style of Gabriel García Márquez. The session is online and coordinated by our experienced tutor, Luis. Places are limited so book soon! TICKETS: £6

Spanish Book Club: Memoria de mis Putas Tristes" by Gabriel García Márquez

Spanish Book Club with Guest Speaker: "Aquellas Horas Que Nos Robaron" by Mónica Castellanos

Date: 11/02/2021, 19:15-20:15
Location: Zoom Online
Join a very special Spanish Book Club where we will be joined by award-winning author, Mónica Castellanos! We will be discussing in Spanish her inspirational novel, "Aquellas Horas Que Nos Robaron,". This is the true story of the great Gilberto Bosques Saldívar, the Mexican diplomat who during World War II saved thousands of lives in France by granting Mexican visas so that refugees could find peace in a new land. The session is online and coordinated by our experienced tutor, Gaby. Places are limited so book soon! TICKETS: £6

Spanish Book Club & Author Q&A- "Aquellas Horas Que Nos Robaron" by Mónica Castellanos

FILM EVENTS:

**POSTPONED**Film Screening: A FANTASTIC WOMAN (Oscar-winning transgender drama from Chile)

Date: TO BE CONFIRMED
Daniela Vega gives a beautiful performance as the transgender heroine waitressing and working as a nightclub singer. Bowled over by the death of her older boyfriend, her story powerfully explores sexuality and gender identity issues. Tickets sell fast, so book soon!

TALK TO HER / HABLE CON ELLA (Film Screening + tapas)