Celebrated Spanish wine brand, Campo Viejo, during the 1st weekend of May brought the atmosphere, colours and tastes of Spain to the South Bank of London with its Streets of Spain festival – a four-day celebration of modern Spanish wine, food, culture and art.
The brand brought some of it’s friends with them in the form of market-stall owners from La Boqueria, the super hot chilli stand was one of my favorite. Whilst enjoying some of the tapas on offer, visitors could also watch a live art project from internationally renowned urban artists Okuda and Remed.
As part of the growing food scene at the South Bank, there was also (and rather randomly) a sheep shearing education class. Which at first seemed odd, but was actually very entertaining, especially when the sheep started to dance.