Now, marking 40 years since the abolition of censorship in Spain, Homes Viva! Festival - Manchesters annual celebration of Spanish and Latin America culture - is preparing to celebrate that historic moment when it seemed the floodgates of self-expression opened and a whole new generation of Spanish artists and trend setters began to emerge. This sense of artistic liberation will run throughout this years jam-packed Viva! programme, complete with live music events, theatre and dance performances, artwork and 15 UK premieres of the best in new Spanish and Latin American filmmaking with films coming from ten different countries including Argentina, Cuba, Mexico and Ecuador. Film highlights include a screening of Pedro Almodovars 1980 classic Pepi, Luci, Bom, while theatre fans are catered for by Emma Franklands Republica, an original piece inspired by the last time democracy was seen in Spain before Francos dictatorship. Emphasising the cross-discipline approach that Home does so well, the venues gallery space will showcase a contemporary art exhibition reacting to Spanish counterculture movement La Movida Madrilena, curated by Sarah Perks. Elsewhere, a range of panels, Q&As and talks will also be held with a focus on issues within Manchester Nightlife modern Latin cinema, including a panel discussion with visiting female filmmakers and a review of the ever-growing Basque film industry. HOME Manchester / homemcr.org / 0161 200 1500 / Friday, March 31 to Monday, April 17 / Check online for full line-up and ticket details Music / Ghost Firmly living up their moniker, Swedens Ghost combine the creepy theatricality of black metalclergy outfits, band members known collectively as a Group of Nameless Ghoulswith ghoulish, hook-filled rock and roll. Be afraid, be very afraid as the band return to UK shores to promote their current EP, Popestar. O2 Apollo / o2apollomanchester.co.uk / 0844 477 7677 / Friday, March 31, 7pm / 30.90 Comedy / Sara Pascoe Sara Pascoe Coinciding with the publication of her debut book, Animals - a brilliant autobiographical feminist romp through biology and evolutionary history acclaimed stand-up Sara Pascoe brings her quirky storytelling and intelligent observations to The Lowry stage.
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