Events in Hispanic Studies

Hispanic Studies organises a number of academic and cultural events throughout the year for students, staff and the general public. Click on the links below for more information. 


Spanish Play

Hispanic Studies Concert


Galdos Lectures

Cine Club Català

Forthcoming Events

Workshop: ‘Sport and Gender: Latin America in the Global Arena’

Women Football Copacabana Beach

Herbert Hughes Centenary Celebration

Picture of Herbert Hughes seated. Text reads: Celebrating a Centenary

Past Events

Visit of the Spanish Novelist Belén Gopegui

Belen Gopegui Visit Programme Poster

The 2014 Galdós Lecture


Hispanic Studies Concert 2014

Hispanic Studies Concert 2014

Evita - Spanish play

Hispanic Studies and Hispanic Society invite you to a musical extravaganza telling the story of Eva Peron, former First Lady of Argentina. Charting her rise from humble beginnings to power and fame as the "spiritual leader of the nation", this Spanish language production of EVITA includes well-known favourites such as No Llores Por Mi Argentina (Don't Cry For Me Argentina) and Otra Maleta en Otro Portal (Another Suitcase in Another Hall). Featuring a cast from the Hispanic Studies Department and supported by a live band this show will be the musical event of the year!Spanish play Evita

Shows: Thursday 20th March - 7:30pm, Friday 21st March - 7:30pm, Saturday 22nd March - 7:30pm Drama Studio, Glossop Road

Tickets cost £6, or £5 NUS in advance, and are available from the foyer in Jessop West weekdays from 12-1pm, or by emailing All proceeds go to the Teenage Cancer Trust.

75 years since the Spanish Civil War: Perspectives from the 21 Century


The Hispanic Studies Concert 2013

concert photo

The Spanish Play 2013


Memories of the Missile Crisis

Missile Crisis Poster

Lecture by the Vice-President of the F.C. Barcelona Foundation


Anglo-Catalan Conference

Anglo Catalan

The 2012 Galdós Lecture


The Spanish Concert 2012

concert 2012

II International Symposium of the Nineteenth-Century Hispanists Network

19th century