Pedro Zuazua claims to be a better person since he started living with cats. In working hours director of communications at El País, the journalist attracted thousands of readers with his first book, under the provocative title En mi casa no entra un gato (No cat will come into my house). Now convinced that cats will dominate the world, he has published Días para ser gato (Days to be a cat). And not content with that, he has written an entertaining and touching show with the musician Pablo Moro. The show started its tour in Madrid and Oviedo, filling venues, and now comes to Hay Festival Segovia designed to fit perfectly into “vermouth time”. They encourage the public to propose a song to be included in the show. Send an e-mail to email@example.com. Pablo Moro's discography includes works such as Emepetreses (MP3s), Smoking Point, Pequeños placeres domésticos (Small domestic pleasures) and La vida solucionada (Life, solved).
They will sign at the stands at Calle Real
Event in Spanish
The British Council School Ensemble is made up of teachers from the Music21 programme, students from the School and alumni who come together to enjoy musical expression. They interpret a varied repertoire, from baroque and classical works, to popular and contemporary songs. The School is committed to musical development, not only because of the artistic results that are obtained with learning, but also because of the values that are acquired by overcoming the challenges of teamwork, including loyalty, challenge, flexibility, resilience and caring for others. The British Council School is a bicultural school that contributes to the British Council's global mission to spread British culture and language and to foster links between cultures around the world.