Posts Tagged 'Peru'

Peru Is Flavour Of The Month

Peruvian food has not-so-secretly been positioning itself as the cuisine of choice over the past couple of years. Of course, this is no devious plan from Peru itself, more a realisation from everyone else that they actually have some great


Global Local and Movimientos Presents Latin Quarter

Movimientos and Global Local present their annual showcase of the finest new Latin acts to emerge in the capital. From heavy Peruvian cumbia grooves, Cuban/Reggae fusion to the freshest urban electro tropical beats and all female Latin folk and roots.

Things to see & do in São Paulo – December/January

Normally, life in São Paulo – just like in many other huge cities – is one hell of a rat race. The traffic jams, the heat, the rain, the overcrowding. Add to that the present festive season mayhem. You want


Manzana Tropical @ Pisco Disco

Manzana Tropial are an exciting new Latin act from London playing the form of Peruvian Cumbia known as Chicha. They will be headlining a quality night of Latin entertainment at The Camp on Saturday.


London Remixed Festival

On 26th November 2011, Continental Drifts Music / Magpies Nest / Kazum / Movimientos / Wormfood – the people behind legendary music festivals and club nights including Global Local, Club Dada, Hootananny, Passing Clouds, Polka Tent, Valley of the Antic


London Latin American Film Festival

Films from all over Latin America feature in this year’s edition of the London Latin American Film Fesival


Pisco Night + The Milk of Sorrow Film Screening

Screening of Claudia Llosa’s The Milk of Sorrow (La Teta Asustada), an award-winning Peruvian film. The screening will be followed by a Q&A chaired by Dr. Natalia Sobrevilla, (Head of Hispanic Studies at the University of Kent) who will present


Flavours of Peru

Acclaimed Chef Virgilo Martinez (“Restaurant Central”, Lima, Peru) is in London to take part in the Peruvian culinary festival Flavours of Peru at the InterContinental London Park Lane Hotel.

Picante Mexican Grill

What do you get when you put together an American, a French, a Peruvian, a Portuguese and an Italian? Apparently, the outcome is a Burrito Bar – at least that’s how Picante was born. Opened just last month near Victoria


Native Spirit Festival 2011

The Native Spirit Festival returns for a fifth year. Quite rightly calling itself the “Film Festival for Indigenous Peoples” the festival will be taking place from the 12th to 21st of October.