Fancy an evening of music, tapas and film? Well, get yourself down to Instituto Cervantes in Dublin 2 tomorrow evening.
Showcasing the region of Cantabria, the institute is screening the film Cousinhood with free music, wine and tapas from 5.30pm.
FREE wine, tapas, music and movie - yes, you read that right.
Written and directed by Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, Cousinhood tells the story of Diego, a man abandoned by his girlfriend a day before their wedding. He decides to go with his two cousins to the village where they used to vacation when they were kids, to rekindle Diego's first love: Martina. Book your place and enjoy food and Spanish humour.
The entertainment during the reception will be provided by the Cantabrian bagpipe folkloric band Traslarroza.
Eva Bartolomé Arciniega, Director at the Regional Society for the Touristic Promotion of Cantabria, will present this activity and movie screening.
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