MUSIC | Blues Pills
Yet another excellent concert night at the legendary music venue Apolo. This time, the stage is taken over by Blues Pills, a band started in Örebro, Sweden, and has been rocking on since 2011.
FOOD | Sopars i Més
Casa Milà, a.k.a La Pedrera, constructed by Antoni Gaudí, serves as a host for gastronomy and music evenings with Sopars i Més, for those wanting a unique blend of the two in the beautiful, elegant surroundings of Café de la Pedrera.
MUSIC | Versal II at Miscelanea
Art space and gallery, Miscelanea, hosts a night dedicated to electronic music – the experimental and avant-garde kind.
ART | Ephimerous
What stays when the body has gone? How can we love without being able to feel, see, touch or taste? Such are the questions at the heart of Inés Scharkowski’s ethereal rice-paper installations.
LITERATURE | Laia Sanjuan
If poetry is something you enjoy on your Saturday evening, this might be something for you. A local poet, Laia Sanjuan, reads her poems (in Catalan and in Spanish) at Bar Pastis, tucked away on a small street right behind Arts Santa Monica, El Raval.
MUSIC | Frank Diago
A young promise from Sabadell, 24-year-old Frank Diago gives out a performance at BARTS. Diago blends the styles of mainstream pop, soul and traditional flamenco singing, creating an interesting body of music that carries the listener through the program.
CINEMA | Leviathan
As the world-renowned Oscar gala is taking place later on this evening, it might be a good idea to catch up on last year’s foreign nominees, in case you didn’t quite see all of them yet. One of these is Leviathan, Russia’s official entry at the 87th Academy Awards.