6th May  6pm

Maria Camahort Quintet presents Iberian Colours, a musical journey to discover the relationship between Spanish Classical repertoire and traditional music, sharing with the audience the vivid colours, earthy textures and rhythms of Spanish musical art.


LATE SESSIONS: Bokito + Rothwell
26th January 8pm

If you feel like treating yourself to a night of live music at the theatre, then, come join us this 26th of January!
One of the cosiest gigs that you will attend this 2018, the talent is secured with Rothwell: “A wonderful piece of songwriting, all maturity blossoming and potential illuminating” – Clash
The night will be topped by the charismatic and energetic Bokito. Expect the unexpected!


Guillem Balague will host an evening of footie chat at the Cervantes Theatre in London on the 11th Dec. discussing, among other things, his new book, “Brave New World – Inside Pochettino’s Spurs”. He’ll be joined by fellow journalists and authors Raphael Honigstein and Gabrielle Marcotti. All authors’ books will be available on the night which they’ll be happy to sign for you.



Springboard Season. Merging Cultures.

April-June 2017

Spanish and Latin American creators meet artists from all over the world in this new season.

The Cervantes Theatre will open its doors to great companies and projects with a strong commitment to bring together different cultures and various approaches to multiculturalism. Spanish and Latin American creators will be at the heart of every project and the season will bring together theatre, music and dance. 

This is a unique opportunity to discover new artists and companies who reflect the reality of London, a city which celebrates the importance of merging cultures.             

London is open. The Cervantes Theatre is open.

If you are an artist or a company and you would like to submit your project for this season please email info@cervantestheatre.com with the subject Springboard Season.

Zaha, The Magic Curve
6th April 2017

Cervantes Theatre

A tribute of music and dance to the memory of the architect Zaha Hadid, the first woman to receive the Pritzker Architecture Prize and undoubtedly, the queen of contemporary iconic architecture.

Dame Zaha Hadid was the world’s most famous woman in a starchitect stratosphere strangely dominated by her masculine peers.

With performances by:
Javier “Peke” Rodriguez
Erwin Grafe
Marie Soliman
+ World Ballet Institute of Movement.

Un tributo musical y de danza, compuesto en memoria de Zaha Hadid cuando se cumple el primer aniversario de
su muerte. Zaha Hadid fue la primera mujer que recibió el premio
Pritzker de Arquitectura y fue, sin género de dudas, la reina de la
arquitectura contemporánea, creadora de iconos y edificios
emblemáticos en todo el mundo.

Dame Zaha Hadid fue la mujer más reconocida de la arquitectura moderna en un mundo extrañamente dominado por sus colegas

Con actuaciones de:
Javier “Peke” Rodriguez
Erwin Grafe
Marie Soliman
+ World Ballet Institute of Movement.




A series of dramatised readings and a concert conference, to celebrate the lesser-known works of Federico Garcia Lorca and to continue the Spanish Theatre Company’s promise to present all of Lorca’s work.

23 –  24 Jan 2017 at 7:30pm (tickets £5)
Lecturas Dramatizadas: El Maleficio de la Mariposa y Don Perlimplín con Belisa en el Jardín
Performed in Spanish.

25 Jan 2017 at 7:30pm (tickets £5)
Dramatised Readings: The Butterfly’s Evil Spell and Don Perlimplín and Belisa in the Garden
Performed in English.

26 – 27 Jan 2017 at 7:30pm (tickets £8)
Lecturas Dramatizadas y Conferencia Concierto
Lecturas dramatizadas de unos diálogos y obras cortas, y una lectura de la conferencia de Lorca Nanas Infantiles, con música en vivo.
Performed in Spanish.

28 Jan 2017 at 7:30pm (tickets £8)
Dramatised Readings and Talk with music
Dramatised readings of some of Lorca’s dialogues, short plays and other works and a reading of Lorca’s lecture On Lullabies accompanied by live music.
Performed in English.



Box office number: 020 3633 4406

Box Office opening hours:

Mon - Fri 10:00-18:00


Cervantes Theatre Arch 26 229 Union Street London SE1 0LR