Performing Arts.  London,  04/12/2014
'Translating Theatre: Greek Tragedy in Europe Today' is an afternoon of practical workshops and discussions that bring together outstanding European theatre practitioners in London. The Catalan playwright, director and actor Pau Miró takes part in the event at Europe House on Thursday 4 December. Admission is free, booking is required.
Music.  London,  05/12/2014
This year marks the 40th anniversary of Jordi Savall’s pioneering early music ensemble Hespèrion XXI. The Catalan viol player, conductor and composer and his close-knit group perform at Wigmore Hall on Friday 5 December.  

Cinema.  London,  17/12/2014
'A Poem In Exile' is the story of a poem that has become music. Winner of the Audience Award for best documentary at the Cambridge Film Festival this year, this film will be screened at Curzon Victoria on Wednesday 17 December with a Q&A with historian Professor Paul Preston. 

Language.  Cambridge,  03/12/2014
Linguist Víctor Acedo Matellán presents the talk 'Catalan: past, present and future', a survey of the history of the Catalan language and its present condition, at the University of Cambridge on Wednesday 3 December.
Literature.  UK,  20/11/2014
Autumn brings to the UK the translation from Catalan of three essential books, two novels from the 20th century, Uncertain Glory by Joan Sales (MacLehose Press, tr. Peter Bush) and The Gray Notebook by Josep Pla (NYRB, tr. Peter Bush) as well as a contemporary book by one of the most internationally celebrated Catalan authors of our times, Confessions by Jaume Cabré (Arcadia Press, tr. Mara Faye Lethem).
Visual Arts.  London,  09/11/2014
'A brilliant show of exquisitely faked artefacts from the Catalan artist and curator' Financial Times //

Media Space hosts first major UK exhibition by winner of the 2013 Hasselblad International Award in Photography, Joan Fontcuberta, including key works from the artist’s world-renowned oeuvre until 9 November 2014Stranger Than Fiction is presented in collaboration with the Government of Catalonia, organiser of the Catalan Tercentenary programme.

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