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Day of the Dead Kids Celebration!

Day of the Dead Kids Celebration!

  • Date: Sunday, November 4
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm


Luis Edoardo Torres

Price: £25
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Event Description

Day of the Dead is a wonderful occasion to celebrate culture, arts, crafts and music with kids! We have designed this full immersion day for children of all levels of Spanish, and ages 3 to 10, to enjoy a multi-sensorial and multiage experience of one of the most unique and colourful Hispanic traditions.

Together with Mexican teacher Edoardo and art historian teacher Irene (both experts in working with children), kids will discover the most exciting secrets about this incredibly popular celebration, and will together cook and taste the very traditional pan de muertos, will create their very own altar, and will have the chance to be painted like a unique Catrina! (the skull like enticing make up). Just like in Coco!

Children will be exposed to a vast amount of vocabulary and spoken Spanish, so this will not only be a magnificent cultural experience, but a great way to further their Spanish.

This is a one-off unique event with exclusive availability. Book now to avoid disappointment!

If you’re a Battersea Spanish member don’t forget to use your 10% discount!

Who's Attending

20 people are attending Day of the Dead Kids Celebration!

  • Gabriela Armas Martinez
  • Katya Ralph
  • Sofía Birch
  • Gabriela Kimchi
  • Amy Ryan
  • Aly-Khan Jamal
  • Marta Kurzawinska-Jamula
  • Sarah Trout


Out of stock!Day of the Dead Kids Celebration£25.00

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Luis Edoardo Torres

edoardo¡Hola! My name is Luis Edoardo, and I was born in Nuevo Laredo Mexico, in the frontier with the US. I have always been an enthusiastic reader. I started writing poetry and plays because I wanted to be like Federico García Lorca one day. For 10 years I collaborated with a literary magazine and had the opportunity to meet and learn from many great Latin American writers. My plays have been published in different anthologies, staged several times and translated to English and German. I have also been teaching Spanish and literature to young people and adults for over 5 years, both in Mexico and the UK. These experiences motivated me to study for a master’s degree in Education of the Arts in Roehampton University. Some of my best professional experiences have been working in the Centre for the promotion of Literature, “Estación Palabra-Gabriel García Márquez” and being the coordinator of our very popular monthly Spanish Book Club where I can share my two passions: teaching and literature.


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