London’s Crouch End Festival Goes Latino for 2016| 06 June, 2016
Crouch End Festival comes for its 5th edition this year with a 10-day packed programme of art, music, drama, poetry, comedy, dance, film, photography and much more from the 10th until the 19th of June. One of the highlights of the festival is, without a doubt, La Clave Fest, a whole day dedicated to Latin American culture with free Latin music, dance, film, art, theatre and sport.
Launched by the founders of the Latin UK Awards (LUKAS), La Clave Fest brings the vivid Latin American spirit to London, with a great line-up of events, including salsa and samba workshops, an art installation with the Mexican artist Tania Lopez-Winkler, a screening of the film Gabo, the Creation of Gabriel Garcia Marquez and the works of Chilean-born artist and muralist, Alex Vargas and Argentine sculptor, Silvina Soria.
For the full programme and details: crouchendfestival.org/la-clave
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