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Both right and left-wing parties of the European Parliament applauded yesterday as Pope Francis scolded the twenty-eight countries of the EU for having put economic interests and not people at the centre...
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Join our ECClub to enjoy English language and culture in Catalonia Whether you are a native English speaker who wants cultural activities in your mother tongue or a Catalan who wants to improve and practise your English, Catalonia Today has just the thing for you. For less than six euros a month, our English Culture Club offers a whole world of activities, resources and reading groups held in Abacus stores around the country. More information at email@example.com. Here are a few of our specials for this month:
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It’s not too late to join the ECclub! ECclub Reading Groups have begun in earnest but if you want to join it, contact us: If you don't get to finish the book, that's no problem at all. You can still go to the meeting to listen and occasionally the conversation moves away from the storyline anyway. Group members are the kindest, most empathetic people you are likely to ever find. Everyone is always happy to help anyone who has a little bit of difficulty with expressing themselves or translating a phrase from Catalan or Spanish. And, of course, with the help of the leaders. Join us: contact form
Every Thursday in Cinemes de Palamós. Every day in Girona’s Cinema Truffaut and Wednesday to Sundays at Cinemes Girona in Barcelona. Get a great price with your ECClub card.
Marie’s Crisis Cafe is a new play. It’s set in a piano bar run by Marie with help from her friend Beauridge. On the surface the bar is just a regular place where people, like Grainger, drown their sorrows – and tourists sing to fit in. Drama, humour, despair and hope with a touch of the surreal in the modern age: Welcome to Marie’s Crisis Cafe. Marie’s Crisis Cafe is by Georgina Tremayne. Starring: Ellina Diachenko, Julia Fossi, Farzin Sebastian Ghandchi, Stephan Wiks. Directed by Hunter Tremayne. Fri 5 and Sat 6 December, 2014. 8:30pm. Tinta Roja 17 Carrer de la Creu dels Molers - 08004 Barcelona . (Metro Poble Sec) Special Offer to ECclubbers: 10 euros ticket. For further information use our contact form. This show is proud to support women’s collective AADAS (www.aadas.org.es) – helping women and children who have been subjected to sexual abuse. www.tremaynetheatre.com