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'Cinema Lliure a la Platja' - the free cinema on the beach in Barcelona (image courtesy of Cinema Lliure website)

01 July 2021 09:19 AM

Free beach cinemas return to Catalonia

Cinema Lliure a la Platja will screen independent movies on Thursday evenings on five beaches during the summer
The team of Joves Chiquets de Valls after building a human tower (by Anna Ferràs)

25 June 2021 06:12 PM

Traditional human towers return at heart of tradition after 20-month hiatus

Valls host 'castellers' Covid clinical trial with 100 local team members

How to enjoy Sant Joan despite Covid-19

How to enjoy Sant Joan despite Covid-19

Saint John’s Eve, known in Catalan as “la revetlla de Sant Joan, is an event celebrated on the night of...

How to enjoy Sant Joan despite Covid-19

23 June 2021 09:27 AM

Sant Joan 2021: How to enjoy the festivity despite the pandemic

Some beaches will be open all night and fireworks and bonfires are generally permitted but with restrictions

Barcelona writer Albert Sánchez Piñol, one of the authors who will be present at the first edition of the 42 literature festival (by Ariadna Coma)

18 June 2021 10:00 AM

Barcelona’s newest literature festival, ‘42,’ will celebrate speculative fiction in November

The first edition this autumn will pay homage to acclaimed writers Víctor Nubla and Ana María Matute
Visitors at the Sagrada Família in Barcelona (by Carola López)

17 June 2021 11:14 AM

Sagrada Família to extend opening hours and welcome visitors on Fridays from June 18

Staff layoffs expected after seven-month partial closure

One of the portraits of Salvador Dalí in the city of Figueras in the summer of 2021 (by Gemm Tubert)

14 June 2021 04:04 PM

Dalí’s former home city to add portraits and screenings of the artist this summer

Figueres, in northern Catalonia, already boasts the Dalí Museum and hopes to increase tourism this year
The new exhibition 'Science Friction' at the CCCB (by Pau Cortina)

14 June 2021 04:03 PM

‘Science friction’: art exhibit questions human supremacy over living world

Barcelona’s CCCB takes on anthropocentrism and reimagines relationship with other creatures

The Mallorcan film director Agustí Villaronga also picked up the award for Best Director (by Alex Zea, used with permission)

12 June 2021 05:05 PM

Catalan film sweeps the board at Málaga Film Festival

Agustí Villaronga's The Belly of the Sea wins six awards including Best Picture

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