Mexican Londoners Enrique & Roger are very active part of the Mexican community in the UK, they have shared great moments on the radio for years and have now ventured into their first Live-stream show in English: The Latin America Show, where they interview and analyse a Latin country and talk to personalities from that country living in the UK.
Today 15 September, they have a very special Mexican Gala to celebrate Mexican Independence Day:
MexiBrit: You are preparing an amazing live-stream show to celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day, what should we expect to see at the show?
E: This is a special show for us, it’s about celebration and it’s about having fun, sharing our traditions, flavour so we will have music, dances and of course a lot of the Latin American spirit.
We are very honored to have Salvador Lopez Lopez the General Manager of the Mexican Folklore Ballet Amalia Hernandez and the great orchestra conductor Alondra de la Parra, two people that have been recognized all over the world as Ambassadors for the Mexican Culture.
You can expect a lot of prizes for the audience, no matter their nationality, all of them can participate. Many companies are supporting us and they gave us extraordinary gifts and we want to have a good time with Mexicans and also to demonstrate the colours, taste and music from Mexico to the UK community.
R: We are preparing an amazing stream about Mexican Independence, Our stream is targeting the british audience, considering the 95 % of the population in uk is from different countries around the world and english is the main language
we should expect to know a bit more of Mexico with successful Mexicans around the world to show the British the best of Mexico
MexiBrit – What does it mean to each of you to be Mexican in 2020?
E: For me is not about the year, it is something that I have done all my life. I’m proud to be mexican. Every Mexican outside Mexico is an Ambassador of our culture, education, traditions, etc. We are committed to do our best and not only for Mexico for the entire community where we live. This year has been difficult for everyone, so we need to keep a high spirit, we need to support all kinds of business all over the world. This crisis is not impacting only in Mexico, all the world needs to cooperate and we need to support each other in any part of the world where we live.
R: Be a Mexican is a privilege, and have the opportunity to show the best of our country in a beautiful way, in this times we need to see the good and inspirational people
and feel proud of the amazing country
MexiBrit – Where are the best tacos in the UK?
E: For me the best tacos in the UK are where I have the opportunity to share with my friends or with someone who wants to know more about our cuisine.
R: The best tacos!!! there are so many places
Pork Tacos at Latitude Restaurant Wimbledon
Pastor Tacos at El Pastor Kings Cross
Soft Shelf Craw at Santo Remedio London Bridge
Arrachera tacos at Mestizo Warren Street
MexiBrit – What makes you homesick the most?
E: The times with my family
R: We live in another society now i been here for many years , but we have moments of home sick when you miss the family reunions in special days
MexiBrit – What neighbourhood do you live in and what do you like best about it?
E: I live in Canary Wharf and the things that I love about London in general is the diversity of cultures and the respect.
R: Clapham Junction at Wandsworth in London and i like i can find everything.. from food around the world to the best views of the thames
Don’t miss the Latin America Show every Tuesday here.
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