Performing Arts.  London,  20/06/2014
Catalan companies return to the Greenwich + Docklands International Festival, London's leading festival of free outdoor performing arts featuring over 150 performances from 20 to 28 JuneJoan Català, Tombs Creatius and Circ Pànic will be performing at this nine days celebration whose programme include over 30 national and international companies.
Performing Arts.  London,  04/06/2014
The Place presents an international double bill of exceptional talents on Wednesday 4 June. Celebrated choreographer Mickael ‘Marso’ Riviere joins forces with acclaimed choreographer, Barcelona-based actor and dancer Guy Nader and extraordinary Egyptian performer and choreographer Salah El Brogy.

Music.  Liverpool,  21/06/2014
LIV-BCN is the first ever independent festival to present music, illustration and gastronomy from Liverpool and Barcelona and will take place on 21 June at the Kazimier in Liverpool. LIV-BCN will be a point of exchange, a cultural meeting between the two cities, artists and audiences to experience and share. 'It’s local, it’s bilateral and it’s international'. 
Music.  London,  21/06/2014
On Saturday 21 June DJ Brian Cross will present a Catalonia-inspired audiovisual performance in London as part of the cultural activities to commemorate the tercentenary of the events of 1714*. Cross will be performing in Boujis nightclub alongside the VJ Oriol Torres.
Performing Arts.  London,  23/06/2014
Toni Jodar comes back to Sadler's Wells on 23 and 24 June with 'Modern Dance Speaks' a piece designed to raise awareness about dance that explains its history through the medium of dance itself. This performance is part of Sadler's Sampled, a two week taster festival of dance.

Performing Arts.  London,  24/06/2014
Catalan circus company Psirc will present the UK Premiere of 'Acrometria' as part of City of London Festival from 24 to 27 June. 'Acrometria is a visual poetry of energy, emotion and good circus which embraces physical risk and the naïve nature of the soul'. City of London Festival presents over 150 performances in three weeks each midsummer, animating buildings and outdoor spaces of the City with a multidisciplinary artistic programme.


Literature.  London,  26/06/2014
Born in London, Matthew Tree is a writer who has been based in Barcelona for 30 years. A well-known author in his adopted homeland of Catalonia, Tree launches his first novel written in English at Blackwell’s on Charing Cross Road on 26 June. 'Snug' is a witty and insightful satire of contemporary British attitudes to race. 
Cinema.  London,  27/06/2014
Directed by Òscar Aibar, El bosc is based on a short story by Albert Sánchez Piñol, one of the most translated and critically acclaimed contemporary Catalan novelists. Its London Premiere will be screened at the ICA Cinema on Friday 27 June. Professor Paul Preston will participate in the Q&A after the screening. 'An adult fairy tale set in the Spanish Civil War, El bosc combines an entertaining wartime drama with light touches of fantasy to great effect - Robbie Griffiths' Take One

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