The Instituto Cervantes in Dublin will host a free screening of Spanish comedy Cousinhood on Thursday, November 15th at 5.30pm.

The film is being screened to introduce the public to the Cantabria region, with the audience being treated to some wine and tapas. The entertainment during the reception will be provided by the Cantabrian traditional bagpipe band Traslarroza. Eva Bartolomé Arciniega, Director at the Regional Society for the Touristic Promotion of Cantabria will present this activity and movie screening.

Written and directed by Daniel Sánchez Arévalo, Cousinhood tells the story of Diego, a man abandoned by his girlfriend a day before their wedding, who decides to go with his two cousins to the village where they used to go on vacation when they were kids to rekindle Diego’s first love: Martina.

Book your place and enjoy food and Spanish humour. It’s all free! Booking required in bookings.dublin@cervantes.es or 01 631 1533

Cousinhood was shot in Comillas (Cantabria) and will be screened in Spanish with English subtitles. Event sponsored by Cantabria Tourism Board & the Spanish Tourism Office in Ireland.

The screening takes place at the Instituto Cervantes (Dublin) – Auditórium, Lincoln House, Lincoln Place, Dublin 2.

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