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Madrid City in English
Sunday 30th of April 2017

Feature Articles

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A handful of young people wait patiently for their turn to get behind the rubbery keyboard of a brand new Sinclair Spectrum computer. Others await to show their skills at Pac-man or swivel Tetris pieces to that catchy Russian melody. visits Madrid Games Week 2013 and reports on RetroMadrid's funky historical gaming stand there

If you’re in the mood for a movie marathon that keeps you on the edge of your seat, the first Noctura Film Festival takes place this month. Julia Davis meets festival director Luis Rosales to find out about the horror and sci-fi ahead

Finding her best gear in every sense of the word, Vicky Knill learns more about Madrid’s Tweed Bike Ride

Matt Sachs reports on Habana7: Historias que cuentan (Stories that They Tell), a recent night of conversation, tales and memories provided by some of Spain’s top writers and critics in the music field

The Freshly Squeezed team present stand up and improv comedy in Madrid, but they also host Spanish performers who want to test their routines in English. Rachel Morgan chats to them about the lure of language and laughs

Conversation in Spain can be a contact sport. Julia Davis investigates the touch-friendly culture and speaks to extranjeros about why adapting to it is so difficult

We take a look at an innovative new multi-media and print magazine for English learners

In these times of Justin Bieber and Gangnam style, Vicky Knill discovers that Chamán, a Madrid-based AC/DC cover band, still offer good, old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll and can also boast a strong connection with the original group