Arts & Culture

Flipping hot Brazilian culture!

FlipSide – the family arts festival with a Brazilian beat – returns to the the UK with an exciting line-up of artists

The day London turned Brazilian

The British capital will shake and groove next Thursday, as Brazil Day hits Trafalgar Square

Cambridge literally turns Brazilian

Cambridge Literary Festival hosts a series of events celebrating Brazilian culture

The real colours of Brazil

Win five copies of Sounds and Colour’s ‘Brazil’ – a compilation of the best in Brazilian music and arts

The flavours of Brazil, with a twist

Alex Atala’s Rediscovering Brazil has reached London this week with a free exhibition, and Jungledrums is giving away three copies of the book to our readers

Just egg me on!

Brazilian egg paintings, rice paper and powdered bricks reach South Bank to the delight of those hungry for non-European modern art

Telling a different story

A wealth of writers have come to the UK in order to show us a less conventional Brazil

Brazil on the FlipSide!

Brazilian literary festival takes place in the UK for the first time, from October 4th to 6th

Arte & revolución!

Mexico: A Revolution in Art, 1910-1940′ reveals a cultural renaissance that drew in some of the most seminal figures of the 20th century


Manguebeat masterpainter

After featuring in Michael Palin’s Brazil series, artist Derlon Almeida debuts his paintings at a gallery in East London