Let's talk Latin America


Latin America’s biggest derbies

On the continent where football is king, certain club rivalries stand head and shoulders above the rest. Famed for their raucous atmospheres and scintillating play, matches in Latin America are far removed from those we attend in the UK. BristoLatino’s Sports Editor Jamie Vaughan Johnson takes a look at five unmissable Latin American football rivalries. […]

What Drives a Man to Kill his Father? Thebes Land Review

Sold out in eight countries worldwide, Daniel Goldman of CASA theatre festival brings this “Kaufman-esque mash up of the Shawshank Redemention and Inception” to London. Review by Anna Warhurst. Thebes Land is an encapsulating and disorienting play from Sergio Blanco, a Uruguayan playwright, which forces us to question and confront how we construct stories. Craftily structured to blur the […]

The Race For Russia

Joseph James takes a look at the state of play in the South American Qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup: the teams, their stars and their chances of getting to the World Cup in Russia 2018. With the end of the international break, the race for automatic qualification in South America is hotting up. This summer […]

The forgotten losers of the 2014 World Cup

Bristolatino’s Sport editor Freddy Hare discusses the impact of the 2014 World Cup; is its ability to benefit Brazil’s population being grabbed or simply squandered? The stage was set. It was supposed to be a stroll in the park, a formality. With a brand new 200,000-seater stadium built, an expectant home fan-base and only a draw […]