Music.  Liverpool,  11/07/2015
The second edition of LIV-BCN festival brings together artists from Barcelona and Liverpool in a cultural meeting between the two cities. Focused on music, it’s a festival that also features design, illustration, film and food. Bands from Liverpool include Clinic, Bathymetry, Strange Collective and Minion TV. They are joined by Barcelona-based acts Dj Coco, Mujeres, Pau Vallvé, The Suicide of Western Culture and Univers on Saturday 11 July. Supported by the Institut Ramon Llull. 
Performing Arts.  Manchester,  13/07/2015
Flare Festival presents 23 performances of cutting edge international live art from 13 to 18 July. The programme includes work by 58 artists from 10 different countries, including Barcelona-based theatre company El Conde de Torrefiel and dancers Guillem Mont de Palol and Jorge Dutor.

Performing Arts.  London,  04/07/2015
Once again, Catalan companies are presented at Greenwich + Docklands International Festival, London's leading festival of free outdoor theatre and dance that takes place from 26 June to 5 July. Toc de Fusta and Brodas Bros perform at this ten-day celebration whose programme includes over 30 national and international companies.
Performing Arts.  Ennis, Ireland,  04/07/2015
Dance company Mar Gómez presents 'Between you and me' at Eeenis Street Festival in Ireland on 4 and 5 July. An outdoors piece featuring the search for love and passion with dance, theatre and their characteristic style with plenty of comedy. 

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