London/UK News: Sunday 9 November 2014, Cine Liberación at Rich Mix

A great opportunity for learning about Latin American culture and socialising whilst practising your Spanish

An event with a Latin American theme will take place this coming Sunday 9 November at Rich Mix, a cultural and social enterprise, located at the heart of vibrant Shoreditch, in East London. The event takes place over the whole Sunday afternoon and evening, starting with the screening of  documentaries with various Latin American topics and ending with live music, with a day pass at £12/£10 adv/concs (see advert below for whole listing details and the various ticket prices).

This is a joint event organised by Alborada and Movimientos at Rich Mix. Alborada is an independent organisation covering Latin America related issues such as politics, media and culture; and Movimientos is a live music events programmer, promoter, artist agency and record label.

Rich Mix, is a cultural East End hub, providing a wide range of  activities including live music, film, dance, theatre, comedy and creative activities. Rich Mix is located at the heart of Shoreditch in walking distance from Shoreditch High Street overground, Liverpool Street and Old Street underground stations. For further information on its location click here and if you decide to go, please hurry up and get your tickets before it is too late!

For those following this blog, please note that there will be a documentary on Mercedes Sosa, an Argentinean singer, who was featured briefly in the blog: Gracias a la vida – Step by step (Part 2) Learning Spanish language “with the sound of music”. Click here to see the trailer.

Please share this event within your social media networks. Thanks.

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  2. Numaan (London) says :

    Adrian is extremely passionate indeed! A well cultured, knowledgeable man in all things Spanish. A pleasure to talk to and to learn from. For me it is not just about his teachings but his method of delivery which is fresh, spontaneous and interesting – this makes learning more fun and engaging and I am on my way to becoming a fluent Spanish speaker. Thanks Adrian! 🙂

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  3. Kevin says :

    I am looking forward to the Mercedes Sosa documentary and ‘Nae Parasan’ looks very interesting. I hope to be able to attend both sessions. Is anyone else going to see this event?


  4. Kevin says :

    I went to Cine Liberación yesterday. I really enjoyed the Mercedes Sosa documentary. Hora Chilena was very interesting and moving. Also, I had a good opportunity to practice my Spanish. Thanks for bringing this event to my attention Adrian.


  5. hoxton spanish tutor info says :

    Thank you to everybody for your kind comments and contribution to this post. A group of us went to the Festival and saw must of the films, which I would recommend. We had an enjoyable time speaking in Spanish and eating ’empanadas’. Adrián


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