Cinema.  London,  28/08/2015
Don't miss the chance to meet film director Claudio Zulian at the UK Premiere of 'Born' on 28 August at the ICA. The film that takes its name from a very old neighbourhood in Barcelona where the last battle against the Bourbon troops was fought in 1714, with the result that Catalonia lost its sovereignty. Part of the Catalan Avant-Garde season. Organised by the ICA, the Institut Ramon Llull and Reel Solutions.
Literature.  Edinburgh,  26/08/2015
Edinburgh’s Lucy Ribchester has made waves in 2015 with her debut, 'The Hourglass Factory'. Her story cunningly brings together the suffragette movement, Fleet Street journalists and a disappearing trapeze artist. In 'Desire for Chocolate', award-winning writer Care Santos takes a fictional journey from the cocoa bean’s arrival in Europe to the elaborate delights of chocolate today. A conversation between the two authors will be chaired by journalist Lee Randall on 26 August at the Edinburgh International Book Festival. 
Music.  Edinburgh,  09/08/2015
Early music pioneer and viola da gamba virtuoso Jordi Savall performs with Irish fiddle legend Martin Hayes and American guitarist Dennis Cahill on 9 August as part of the Edinburgh International Festival in the concert Celtic Dialogues. 
Performing Arts.  Wilderness,  08/08/2015
'Blending (in the Air)'is the new large-scale show by one of the greatest Catalan theatre pioneers, La Fura dels Baus. The company will be take part in the Wilderness Festival on Saturday 8 August. Don't miss your chance to see their large scale show which involves flamenco singer Ginesa Ortega together with the Wilderness Festival Orchestra and the English choir Deep Throat and a cast of 60 British actors.

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