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Bournemouth 1962. Denise moved to Spain in 2000 and has worked as a translator since then. She joined the SUR in English team in 2008 and is in charge of the cultural agenda as well as being the resident gardening expert.
Mijas / Fuengirola
Mijas Pueblo. Until 17 March. Clínica Veterinaria, Avd México 21.
Works by Sinikka Ahokas-Gröhn, Elaine Carlton and Richard Wood. www.artistaseclecticos.com
Los Bolichos. Until 23
Music and dance
The Wall Bar
Malaga. Hotel Vincci Posada del Patio, 11pm, entry free.
17 February. Susan Valery and Adrian Lombardi. Jazz and vocals.
Malaga. 17 February, 10pm. Sala Velvet Club, C/de las Comedias.
Mábu is an indie b
February 14th, Valentine's Day, is traditionally known as a day for lovers with cards, chocolates and red roses exchanged.
Less well known is that St Valentine is also the patron saint of epilepsy sufferers.
In ancient times, when there was very
Marbella / Estepona
Estepona. From 18 February until 5 March, New Longman's, Plaza de Manilva, 6.
An exhibition of acrylic and watercolour paintings by Emmanuel Janvier. The inauguration evening on 18th starts at 7pm and wil
Lysimachia ephemerum, also called Willow-leaved or Silver Loosestrife, is a member of the Primulaceae family and native to Southwest Europe. It grows wild in some parts of Spain, usually on banks of streams. Unlike Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum clethro
If you haven't felt like getting out in the garden due to the cold winds (and even snow in some areas) then the return of the sunshine should give you the motivation to get out there and start preparing beds for the spring. Digging is the best way to
Malaga. Until 28 January, ArsMálaga Palacio Episcopal
Around 100 religious paintings, sculptures and drawings in tribute to sculptor Luis Ortega Bru.
Malkovich, Malkovich, Malkovich
Malaga. Until 29 January, La Térmica,
Concert for Mutiplesclerosis
Rincón de la Victoria. 28 January, 8pm. Sala las Musas.
A concert in aid of the Esclerosis Múltiple charity features Naiala Narciso, Eduardo Díaz, Aires de Torremolinos and Esperanza Márquez.
The plant genus Breynia includes around 35 species of evergreen shrubs. The most popular of which are the colourful variegated forms as the tiny greenish flowers are virtually invisible. The oval leaves form in flattened, frond-like sprays on pink or
Nerja. 21 January, 9pm. Centro Cultural Villa de Nerja. 12EUR
The dance company Antonio de Verónica trace a path through the different rythms of flamenco.
Vélez-Málaga. 22 January, 9pm. Teatro del Carmen. 5EUR
Marbella / Estepona
Magpie International Gallery.
Marbella. Until 23 January. C/Virgen del Pilar. 200m from port.
An exhibition of art work entitled 'Relaciones' (Relations) by Austrian artist Dana Nowak.
Calibrachoa is a relatively new genus of plants to many gardeners; the first cultivars weren't available until 1992 and there are still only about a dozen named varieties available in a wide range of vivid colours including soft pinks, bright fuchsia
Gerald Brenan Museum
Churriana. Until 1 February. Casa de Gerald Brenan, C/Torremolinos.
A collection of photographs of Brenan, his wife and the many friends, among them writers, aristocrats and beatniks, that visited the house in Ch
Music and dance
Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra
Auditorium of Museo Picasso. Malaga. 17 January 8pm
The Cuarteto Fucco formed by violinists Nicolás Ciocan and Raúl Baixaili, viola Razuan Cociodar and cellist Carlos González, all teachers from th
Davallia canariensis (synonym Trichomanes canariensis) is an epiphyte fern native to the west Mediterranean region, the Canary Islands and Madeira. Common names include the Hare's Foot Fern and Shinobu Fern although they tend to be used for the genus
For centuries apple cider vinegar (ACV) has been used as a folk remedy for all sorts of health problems and recently there has been a renewed interest in its benefits, although there aren't many scientific studies to back up the claims. These claims