Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) is one of Mexico’s most important celebrations, starting on the night of October 31st and ending on Nov 2nd. The celebrations can be varied throughout Mexico, so we’ve produced this Casita Bonita A to Z guide to help make things a bit clearer. The Altar – Many Mexicans make altars or ofrendas (“offerings”) in their homes to honour loved ones who have passed. The altar normally has…
Day of the Dead - The Book Of Life The Huffington Post has written a fantastic piece (below) about The Book Of Life, an award-winning animated film about the Mexican festival 'Day of the Dead', and what it can teach...
GORGEOUS MEXICOWRITING ABOUT: DAY OF THE DEAD – ALTARSMy name is Gilda, and I am proud to be Mexican. According to my intention of sharing with you experiences and information on my country, its regions, atmosphere, traditions and culture, I...
3, 4 & 5th Nov 2016
Discover a nocturnal celebration of Modern Mexico at Wahaca’s 3 night agave fuelled fiesta where the living come to celebrate the dead, through music, performance, art and street food.
Saturday Oct 28 2016
A halloween fiesta like no other. With carnival-esque pageantry, giant skull processions, acrobats, dancers and beautiful decorative art & costumes.
Saturday 22nd October 2016
The fabulous New City Girls Choir are proud to present their Day of The Dead Fiesta on Saturday 22nd October at Ingatestone Hall