La Mancha is not only in Spain

Last week a student mentioned in a class that she lives in a tiny village in the Scottish Borders, in Peeblesshire, which I have never heard before: Lamancha.
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Do you know what “gracias” means?

The first weekend of the festival is almost here. This time last year we celebrated opening our new venue on Castle Terrace with a party for our students. Moving to larger, more central premises was a big step, and we were overwhelmed and excited to see so many people supporting us. N
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Eruptions at the Fringe

It's not usual for there to be a few Spanish shows at the festival. Generally they are stereotypical spectacles with flamenco dance, singing and guitars. Surprisingly this year there is an unusual offering which doesn't include any of those elements but it's awesome. It's called Solfa
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