Por la fiesta de los toros y la amistad Anglo–Española - Founder George Erik 1959 

 Honorary Vice-Presidents:  Ángel Peralta t- José Miguel Arroyo ‘Joselito’ - Victorino Martín t

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La Divisa 257 is OUT NOW! featuring an Espartaco career overview by Jonh Gordon´s and other interesting articles to ease this torosless yearend. Secure your copy at clubtaurinolondon@gmail.com

La Divisa 256 is OUT NOW! with a special "Corridas in the time of Covid-19" , secure your copy at clubtaurinolondon@gmail.com


The CTL is delighted to present the updated Booklist for 2020/2021


CTL July meeting, took place on line Thursday 9th: the well-respected Spanish journalist and spokesman for the Fundación de Toro de Lidia, Chapu Apaolaza, discussed a number of issues involving the FTL’s initiatives in defence of los toros and, fittingly for July, his beloved Pamplona.   Chapu spoke in English in what can be described as a very pleasant meeting.



THE FIRST EVER ON LINE CTL MEETING, took place on Thursday 11 June 2020 , with over 30 ctlrs joining from 3 continents. An interesting evening where Felix Sanchez del Rio hosted a Q&A session with 3 ctlrs members based in Spain, that gave an overview and opinions on the COVID 19 impact to Spanish Fiesta Nacional.

La Divisa 254 is out! featuring a special about Joselito, for more information: clubtaurinolondon@gmail.com




No monthly meeting was held in May due to the UK lockdown restrictions. The cancellation of San Isidro and Spanish restrictions mean that our Madrid lunch similarly has been cancelled.

There is considerable doubt at present whether any corridas will be allowed to take place in Spain or France before the end of August. It is too early to predict what, if anything, will happen from September onwards. We are monitoring the situation closely and once the situation starts to clear we will share news with you and decide what, if anything, we are able to do around corridas etc in the Autumn.
Some initiatives to watch corridas on line have been launched, if you like more information please get in touch.


La Divisa 253 has been published... more information at: clubtaurinolondon@gmail.com 

March CTL meeting -TERTULIA- Thursday 12 March

The March monthly meeting consisted on a tertulia, hosted by Tristan Wood and Carlos Lorenzo, where they discussed the early season carteles (Fallas, Sevilla and Olivenza) and some recent events. THe Pandemia impact was not yet perceibed as the major threat that has become

13 February CTL meeting London

The February monthly meeting took place 7.30 for 8 pm, CTL members gathered together around a very entertaining compilation of 5 short films/documentaries exemplifying the different narrative styles, aspects and personalities of toreo over the past 7 decades.  


Madrid San Isidro Lunch  on Monday 25 May: CANCELLED due to COVID 19


Sevilla bullfighting course early MAY: CANCELLED due to COVID19


La Divisa 252 has been published... more information at: clubtaurinolondon@gmail.com 



The magazine 6 Toros 6 has started a series of photos taken by different photographers, mostly during the 2019 season.
The first episode appearing in the December 2019 issue is a selection of CTL member Andrew Moore´s work, that can be seen clicking here.


La Divisa 251



2019 Photo Competition entries can be seen here

The Club’s 60th Anniversary Lunch – Sunday 24 November

The Club’s 60th Anniverary lunch was held in London on Sunday 24 November. Paco Ureña was 2019 guest of honour and was also chosen Matador of the Year by the CTL members.



La Divisa 250 


October monthly meeting – Lenny Homage

The October monthly meeting was held on Thursday 24 October. The meeting was meant as yet another deserved homage to Lenny Freedman, one of the longest serving members of the Club who passed away earlier this year. His friend Brian welcomed Lenny´s brother who joined some CTLs in celebrating Lenny´s life.


Otoño Madrid lunch

An informal lunch at a traditional taurine restaurant near Las Ventas arranged by AM, will take place in Madrid Sunday 6 October at 1.30 pm. Bookings are required by the end of Friday 4th by AM

La Divisa 249 has just been published, featuring Urdiales interview, the Aguado revolution, early ferias and more... if you are not a CTL member and would like to know more about it please get in touch: clubtaurinolondon@gmail.com  


a San Fermin Documentary
The July Club meeting will take place on Thursday 11 July at 7.30 for 8pm. We will be showing the film The Runner. This was made in 2002 by Spanish film-maker Esteban Uyarra and follows the veteran American runer, Joe Distler who spent 35 summers running in front of the bulls of Pamplona. The film is considered, by critics, to be the best on this subject and won the awards for Best Film and Best New Director at the NY Indy Festival. The documentary lasts 53 minutes and it's mostly in English. There are segments in Spanish with English subtitles. This video will transport us to the cobbled streets of Pamplona whilst enjoying a beer or a glass of wine.





At the recent AGM a number of Committee roles changed, including the appointment of new Treasurer, new Editor of La Divisa, new Assistant Editor and new Vocale. We wish the best of luck to the new Committee members and again give our heartfelt thanks for the contributions of those stepping down.

MAY CTL meeting

The May Club meeting was held on Thursday 9 May . To mark the start of San Isidro, it featured "La Corrida del Siglo" as originally shown on Spanish Television (RTVE) on June the 1st, 1982. In the "cartel" that afternoon were Francisco Ruiz Miguel, Luis Francisco Esplá y José Luis Palomar, with bulls by Victorino Martín. Each matador cut 2 orejas, and all of them plus Victorino and his mayoral "salieron a hombros" that afternoon. Because of the outcome and the impact it had on viewers (in those days RTVE used to broadcast corridas regularly and they were followed massively by the general public) it was repeated on TV the day after and again a few days later. This was unprecedented and hasn't happened since.The tape reproduces same original soundtrack sound that Spanish viewers experienced 37 years ago.


 March Club Meeting


The March Club meeting took place on Thursday 8th March. The contribution made to the world of the bulls by Manolete was discussed. Manuel Rodríguez Sánchez 'Manolete' wasn't just a leading figura of his time who happened to be killed in the bullring - he was one of tauromaquia's greats. Thanks to research and photos provided by RG, a CTL member based in Madrid, the meeting will feature a detailed presentation on the life and impact of Manolete. H.W. will cover the maestro's life and taurine career.  Felix Sánchez del Río will look at the various controversies around Manolete, both during his lifetime and after his death; and TW will explain why today's bullfighting is indebted to the Cordoban's mould-breaking approach to toreo. There will also be a short film showing the torero in action. 






Thursday 14 February 2019 at 7.30 for 8pm sharp, usual venue

The Club is very  fortunate to have been bequeathed some outstanding and rare items by past members (DEP).  Click here 

for the catalogue detailing these valuable and sometimes unique items. Pre-auction bids may be accepted and purchased item can be arranged for collection or postage.   These lots will surely enrich your life and your home, or be a perfect San Valentine's gift!  



Turki al Sheikh, new enterteinment Saudi minister announced during a press conference in Riad, on the 22nd Jan, that under the "SaudiProject" initiave, there are plans to organize a bulls related competition. According to  navarra.com  the bulls have already been shipped over, nevertheles there were no further details on the nature of the "competition".The saudi project twitter account showed pictures of San Fermin under the title "The Running of the Bulls". 



Best matador: Andrés Roca Rey
Ganaderia of the year: Victorino Martín
  Best Novillero: Franciso de Manuel
Best rejoneador(a): Diego Ventura


  CTL January 2019 Meeting

 The perennially popular CTL quiz, took place in January 2019  at the usual venue, once more proving to be a sensational social gathering.


CTL December meeting on Thursday 13th, 2018

In the last meeting of the year the Club’s latest publication “The bulls the bullfighters and their world” by Muriel Feiner, was presented in its English edition for the first time. In tandem, Hinckley-based artist Neil Prior talk about how tauromaquia influenced some of his paintings and about the first time he watched a corrida, in the Monumental of Barcelona in 1979. Undoubtedly this was a great evening to end the year.


Members' Gallery  2018 Photo WINNER 


CTL November Meeting on 8th November 2018

Thursday, 8 November at 7.30 for 8pm, at the usual venue in London.  This month we will be joined by the Belgian film-maker, Luc Gobyn.  Luc will share a presentation on the activities of the Brussels-based group, Aficionados Practicos sin Fronteras and then he will show 4 short taurine-based films he has created.  The attached link will take you to a trailer Luc has compiled of his work: 



CTL October Meeting on 25th October 2018

 Journalist and aficionado práctico Gonzalo Bienvenida, the taurine correspondent for El Mundo and Aplausos and commentator on the radio station Cadena SER as well as grandson of Antoinio Bienvenida will talk in English about his family (and show some previously unpublished photos) and about being an aficionado práctico. The meeting will start at 7.30 for 8 at the usual London venue.


Madrid Feria Otoño informal lunch on 30th September, was well attended by  over 20 new and old CTL members. A special toast for Mike P had all attendees standing up together.


CTL September meeting 


 The September Club meeting  held on Thursday, September 13 was joined by Carlos Lorenzo, the cousin of Alvaro Lorenzo, who talked about his experiences of travelling from plaza to plaza with Alvaro and about the realities of life on the road with a matador.


Bilbao Semana Grande ends in a high, with Diego Urdiales puerta grande


CTL Madrid San Isidro Lunch 2018, with
Enrique Ponce


The Club Taurino of London held its San Isidro annual Anglo-Spanish lunch at the Wellington Hotel in Madrid,and awarded Enrique Ponce the 2017 season Best Matador Award.Mr. Mark Rayner, President of the Club handed Enrique Ponce his prize, the traditional pewter jug in the presence of an international group of aficionados from the United Kingdon, the US, France, Norway and other reputed guess from the mundillo including Mr Michael Wigran, Victoriano Valencia, Luis Álvarez, José Antonio del Moral, novillero Daniel Menes, Juan Esteban Gonzalez, Ms Muriel Feiner, Gabriel and Azíz Gamero, and Andrés de Miguel


D. Angel Peralta, The great "Centauro de las Marismas", honorary VicePreseident of the CTL,  died in Seville on Saturday, April 7th.

Born1925 in Puebla del Rio, Seville, he is said to have spent over half of his life on a horse. He is one of the great figures of the tauromaquie of the XXth century, one of the greatest contributor to the art of Rejoneo. He first appeared in La Pañoleta, at only 19 without having received any training and 3 years later, in 1948 he made it to Madrid. In 1955 he tried his luck in America, going to Mexico, Venezuela and Peru. Back in Spain he was at his peak during the 60s and 70s taking part in 126 corridas in 1971. He was recognized with the highest artistic award in Spain, Medalla al Merito de Bellas Artes in 2013. He was also a Poet, an animal lover, a self trained vet, a ladies man including the likes of Ava Gardner, an inventor, a horse and bull breeder and a very loved man. He was honorary Vice President of the CTL, a position that he held with much pride.
The Club joins the world of Bulls to celebrate the life of the great Angel Peralta, who so generously gave us is his art.



April CTL Meeting

Was held in London at the usual venue on 12 April at 7.30 , Ivan Mosley kindly talk  through his new book, a taurine biography on Diego Puerta, nicknamed Diego Valor, arguably one of the most courageos bullfighters of all times "Que digan que fui Honesto"

CTL 2017 trophies:

Best Matador de Toros: Enrique Ponce
Best Novillero: Jesús Enrique Colombo
Best Rejoneador: Diego Ventura
Best Ganadería: Victorino Martín Andrés


2018 San Isidro will take place between 10 May and 11 June


The February CTL meeting was held on Thursday, 8 February in the usual venue in London. 



THe traditional Quiz was held on January in a very festive way at the usual venue in London.


DECEMBER 2017 CTL Meeting

  Pepe Luis Vázquez  was the Club´s December guest, he talked about his experience of growing up in a profoundly taurine family.  Pepe Luis is the grandson of the acclaimed matador Pepe Luis Vázquez and almost all his paternal relatives were professional taurinos in some guise or another.  Definitively  an insightful and enjoyable evening to crown the end of 2017.


Foreign Secretary Boris, a peculiar defender of the bullfight, as seen on 10th Nov'17 in the"Daily Mirrow" ...or maybe not? as seen on 11th May'16  in"City AM"


2017 CTL Photographic competition
Please click here to view the 2017 CTL Photo competition


2017 Anniversary Lunch
with 2016 CTL Matador of the year

The 2016 Matador of the year, Curro Diaz, was the CTLs guest of honour of the 58th Anniversary Lunch wich was held in London on Sunday  26th November. Winners of the 2016 photographic competition were anounced during the lunch. 


"The Man Who Saved Spain -A Latter-Day Baron Munchausen" By Hugh Hosch,
The US delegate for the CTL, Hugh Hosch has launched his new book. It recounts the story of L. Sidney Camp, a professor of Medieval Spanish Literature at a midwestern college, who speaks medieval Spanish (like someone speaking Shakespearean English today). As a result of a series of serendipitous happenings while in Spain, people confuse his name, L. Sid Camp, with that of el Cid Campeador, and believe he is the great Cid reincarnated... Copies can be acquired here


NOVEMBER 2017 CTL Meeting

The young and promising matador from Toledo, Álvaro Lorenzo, visited the CTL for the November monthly meeting.  During over 3 hours, Alvaro talked about his youth and career and kindly answer all CTL members questions. Alvaro´s honesty became apparent not just in the ring, and he conquered the attention of all meeting attendees. After taking his alternativa in 2016, Álvaro faced 12 Corridas in 2017 in plazas as diverse as Las Ventas, Sevilla and Valencia, Santander, Toledo (his home) and Angra do Heroísmo (Azores).  He is a direct peer of Ginés Marín and both were presented in Madrid as novilleros on the same day and both confirmed their alternativas on the same evening in May of this year.. 



The October Club meeting took place in London on the 12th October- A group of members met to discuss their observations on the year´s taurine events and there was a screening of various video highlights of the temporada 



"...on Morante..."

Following Morante de la Puebla's announcement of his temporary retirement, the opinions about him have been more divided than ever: for some, his retirement is a catastrophe, others are really happy to see the back of him, But what do CTOL members think? Is Morante a Genius or a Fraud? In the 14th September meeting one Morantista socio and an non enthusiastic one defended their views on Morante after which a debate was opened to the audience. 


2017 FERIA OTOÑO Madrid lunch,
took place on Sunday 1 October at 2pm and over 20 members from all over the globe, including Canada, US and Peru enjoy a delicious lunch prioir to the sunday corrida


The July meeting was held on Thursday 6 July due to exceptional circumstances and members enjoyed a screening of the very insightful Taurine film, Arena. The August meeting will be on 10 August and will comprise an informal gathering at a tapas bar and details will be communicated later this month by email


the world of Bulls is griefstricken

36 year old Spanish matador Ivan Fandiño  died Saturday 17th June in Mont de Marsan Hospital (south France) following a fatal horn wound in his side. It was in the ring of Aire-sur-l'Adour during  a chiquelinas quite to 3rd bull 'Provechito' that Fandiño tripped into the pink cape and was caugh in his right side by a horn that blew up his liver, kidney and lung.  Fandiño knew the wound was fatal "...hurry up for i am dying...", he had passed away by the time he arrived at the Hospital and the Doctors could not  bring him back to life. His parents, Ecuatorian wife Cayetana Garcia Barona and baby daughter travelled to the French town near Pau to take him to his home town of Orduña, in the Spanish north region of the Basque country where he was be cremated, in a ceremony attended by numerous friends, family and other bullfighter workers of all ranks.
Fandiño, a man of few words in public, had touched the glory of toreo, he was currently the only Basque bullfighter and continued to bring crowds to the ring hoping to see him replicate the glorious afternoons of 2015. He first wore the suit of lights in Llodio in 1999, and cut an ear as a novillero in Madrid in 2004. In 2005 he took his alternativa in Bilbao with El Juli as god father and Salvador Vega as his witness. Hard years went by, but finally his persistance brought fruit, in 2011 he was aclaimed the best bullfighter of San Isidro having cut 4 ears. The following seasons were fantastic in his career, being memorable his performance with a Parladé bull in Madrid. Elected Best Matador by CTL members two years in a row, 2013 and 2014 as shown below with cuadrilla in his CTL trophy presentation and in the London lunch November 2014.
 Fandiño made it to the few selected figuras on his own merit giving it all, blood and sense. On the 29th March of 2015 in Las Ventas he took a bet and did what will be remembered as the historic act of performing alone with 6 bulls from the hardest breeds: Palha, Partida de Resina, Victorino Martin, Cebada Gago, Jose Escolar and Adolfo Martín. Luck and inspiration did not came that afternoon and even if the public acknowledged the gesture his star begun to slowly fade, though his continued to be a name not to be missed in any important ring.  
He visited London as  our CTL Lunch guess of honour a few years ago, and stole a smile from attendants when following a serious brief speech in Spanish he wished members a "Merry Christmas" in English.
He did not try to please the people outside the ring but in the ring if you saw him right, it was not posible not to be impressed by his true interpretation of the art, always with unforgiving bulls.
Juan del Alamo and French matador Thomas Dufau shared the tragic cartel in the small French town. 'Provechito'  was meant to be the bull of Juan del Alamo. Ivan saw something in Provechito that made him do the quite, one perfect chiquelina, and then hell: he lost his foot and this time the bull did not forgive this man who now flows into the legend of toreo.
The CTL is desolated and joins his wife, family, Nestor, his cuadrilla, his friends and the world of bulls in mourning a great torero.
Rest in Peace Maestro Fandiño.

Last appearance of Ivan Fandiño in Madrid
was Monday 29th May during San Isidro 2017. He shared cartel with Morenito de Aranda and Gonzalo Caballero,with Jose Luis Pereda's bulls. In his first (the second) he showed he still had it, but did not break through. In his second (the fifh) he walked towards toriles like one goes to the gallows. He greeted the animal portagayola with a larga cambiada (picture courtesy of RG). Shrivers of fear, not joy. And then nothing, nothing and more nothing. That day las Ventas and Ivan held a minute of silence for Victor Barrio. 19 days after, in a hot day in June, in a town called Air, AIR!, Fandiño decided to do a quite to a bull that was not his. It was a vain quitequite de lucimiento, no one gets ears for a quite. That sort of quite is perhaps the most generous act towards the public, and the most vain, it serves just to shine. Just to please.
Thank you Ivan Fandiño for putting perfume in the Air that is life.

June AGM Meeting 15th London. New members of the CTL Committee were elected. CTL Secretary General DP step down his role having signed one of the most succesfull era´s in the CTL. He has been replaced by RG

SAN ISIDRO CTL LUNCH IN MADRID took place at the Wellington Hotel on 29th May 2017 with the presence of Ganadero Victorino Martin Garcia and Mexican Matador Luis David Adame (bother of Joselito Adame) who took his alternativa in Nimes last September. Over 60 members attended the anglotaurine event of the San Isidro Feria


May CTL MEETING  Thursday 11 May 2017 - Highlights of the Feria de April and CTL members capea in Sevilla. The meeting was attended by CTL members who joined and dared into the  capea supervised by Sevillan matador Dávila-Miura


!!! CTL website user: Due to server issues the CTOL WEBSITE has been down. Fortunately this has now been fixed, however all updates since December 2016 have been irreparably lost. We  apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.!!!



December CTL Meeting 8 December  was attended by festive CTL members who shared plans for the 2017 season.




November CTL Meeting London will take place on Thursday 17.We will welcome Carlos Cazalis, the Spanish/Mexican photographer who has recently produced a book ‘Sangre de Reyes"The book gives a forthright and photographic view of the modern bullfight. The protagonists, both the famous introverted matador José Tomás and the bull, are exhibited throughout the book in all their beauty and strength in a series of back to back images where life and death crisscross, reaffirming that to live is to know how to die.”



5th October 2016-The Constitucional Court of Spain has declared the Catalonian Parlament is competent to regulate bullfights but not to ban them. The annoucement to revoke the ban has been postponed for unknown reasons . In July 2010 the Catalonian parlament decided to ban bullfights and the prohibition came into force on 2011. La Monumental de Barcelona is a privately own bullring which may raise hopes to the return of Corridas to Barcelona. At the end of the XIX century, 1896, Barcelona went on to be the Spanish city with more operative fix bullrings at the time. However the first antitaurine movements in the region are also recorded to have emerged in the beginnings of the XXth century.

CTL monthly meeting took place on THURSDAY 6 OCTOBER in London.  Paul Polansky, the award winning American author presented his incredibly entertaining recently published book ‘The Search for Bong Way Wong and the Chinese Bullfighters’. 


CTL LUNCH in MADRID took place succesfully on SUNDAY 2nd OCTOBER

CTL members and friends enjoying the Madrid Feria de Otono gathered together in yet another exquisite CTL LUNCH
25 years anniversary of Franck Evans "EL INGLES" Alternativa 
The Manchester torero and acclaimed CTL member, celebrated this milestone appearing in a corrida mixta in Benamocarra, Malaga, with bulls of Julio de LaPuerta and sharing cartel with "El Arqueno" and novillero Jose Antonio Lavado. Franck took his alternativa on 30th july 1991 in Chillon, Ciudad Real from the hands of El Soro as his padrino,  Soro II as witness and bulls of Sanchez Arjona.
CONGRATULATIONS MAESTRO what an honor to have you as a member!


CTL member acclaimed as Pamplona hero

reported by the
Dayly Mail


Segovian Torero

Victor Barrio

dies in Teruel
after being fatally gored in the chest by his first bull, 'Lorenzo' 529Kg from ganaderia los Maños, SantaColoma.The wind uncovered Barrio during a muletazo and the bull  pinned him down to the ground and caught him in the side. Unconstious, he was rushed to the enfermeria but was declared dead soon after. The horn perforated his lung and thoracic aorta. Victor Barrio who had a late start in the taurine world at 20, was 29 and had taken the Alternativa in Madrid in 2012 following a succesful career as a novillero having won among other trophies, the CTL best Novillero of the Year in 2011, as sawn in below picture.

CTL-Presentation-to-Victor-Barrio_filteredPSE6.jpgSaturday 9th of July was the last corrida of the 2016 Feria del Angel. In such tragic afternoon he shared cartel with Morenito de Aranda and Curro Diaz who were devastated at the news. The corrida was suspended. Victor Barrio had remarcable classic manners and unusual elegance in his conception of toreo. His death is the first of a torero in Spain in the XXI century, but follows the terrible deaths of El Pana and novillero Renato Motta in Mexico and Peru this year.
The CTL joins in the taurine world sorrow and sends deepest sympathies to his wife, family, friends and anyone ever touched by his art.

JULY CTL meeting was attended by over a dozen members who sat at a round table and discussed in a tertulia manner the current temporada and recent events. Despite some younger members having trouble remembering some of the memorable faenas of this season, the knowledgeable contribution of heavy weight members (such as the President, the Divisa co-editor, the young German vocal, the Ventas expert, the busy agenda lady and the East London water drinker) enlightened the chat, and there was plenty of room for some amusing stories. 


CTL June meeting was attended by over 25 members delighted at the visit of rejoneador Luis Valdenebro hijo, who retired last year following a short but successful career , a review on his visit will appear in the next issue of La Divisa 


Mexican torero Rodolfo Roriguez "El Pana" died a month after the injury that ended his 37 year career. Reported by
Daily Mail ...in your own words Pana, may God bless you for having loved so much


The Kill of  El Toro de la Vega has been banned by a Decree passed by the PP conservative regional goverment of Castilla Leon. The socialist mayor of Tordesillas, where the festival takes place since it was reinstalled (having been banned by dictator Franco), will appeal. For those members of the public fearing this is a step back in the defence of a embedded cultural heritage, used as a political token, the Platform for the defence of El Toro de la Vega has created this
 website where you can leave comments or not.


~2016 San Isidro CTL Lunch, took place 27 May in Madrid~
with the presence of the Guest of Honour: D. Adolfo Martin Andres
, reported by Opinion y Toros (in Spanish)


 ' now on e-book Brian Harding's translation to English of Joselito's acclaimed Autobiography is available at a special launching prize of just 6,90£ 

   Peruvian Novillero Renato Motta fatally gored in Ayacucho, has died while being transported to Nazca Hospital, reported by Cultoro (in Spanish)

  May his courageous soul Rest in Peace


Boris, Bullfights & Brexit 

reported by City A.M. 


Simon Courtlauld's

article on the Spectator

(NB the  last 5 words!)


  British matador Frank Evans appeared in a mano a mano with Juan Arias in Mijas on 22 May. Reported byLas cosas del toro (Spanish)


Carteles Feria Fogueres  Sant Joan, Alicante 22-26 Jun & 7 August

"Gored" about @ANTONIOBARRERAC. was the subject of April's meeting. 



 13 March - CTL Joins Valencia March in support of La Fiesta   

A distinguised group of CTL members joined thousands of other aficionados from all over the world in defense of la Fiesta.More info from yahoo news click here


  March 2016 - Ivan Moseley presentation of "...to die in the skin of a rich man" an English tribute to Felix Robert (1862-1916) the first French matador de toros took place at the CTL March 2016 monthly meeting held in London, further information please visit CTL publications


Study of a Bull: Francis Bacon's last painting as reported by the Guardian, follow this link


 February 2016 - RAFAELILLO's visit to the CTL and Toreo de Salon session reported on Spanish TV news Tele 5.

Temporada 2015 CTL Trophy Winners