Cambridge Literary Festival hosts a series of events celebrating Brazilian culture
Our readers celebrated Filipe Catto as the most innovative Brazilian artist of the 21st century – so we decided to interview him!
Heart-shaped buttocks representing Brazil – what comes next? The Immigrant questions the consequences of Adidas´s epic World Cup fail
Last night Egberto Gismonti returned to the Barbican after nine years and wowed a full house with a spellbinding mixture of Brazilian rhythms and instruments
‘Made in Carnival’ has partnered with JungleDrums and come up with an evening of Brazilian rhythms and entertainment in Camden!
As it prepares for Carnival, the first capital of Brazil is mostly indifferent to the World Cup; Anderson Sotero reports and advises tourists what to do
Is it my duty as a Brazilian citizen to support our football team during the World Cup, asks the Immigrant
We are giving away a pair of ticket’s to see the heiress apparent to Cesária Evora at the legendary Ronnie Scott’s
JungleDrums chats to Brazilian hip hop revelation Karol Conka, who is confirmed to open the La Linea Festival in April
Brazil wants to be the country of the future, but it is still poisoned by savages and vigilantes from the Middle Ages.