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18:11

What to do

Torremolinos welcomes summer with a weekend of music

Tony Bryant

...events with a two-day festival dedicated to the music of the 1950s through to the 1980s. The main event takes place on Saturday from 9pm, when vocalist Mark Connors presents his tribute to two grand legends: Frank Sinatra and Elvis. Music of the rock

15:07

What to do

Reliving the retro culture of the 1950s

Tony Bryant

...specialises in the country boogie style of the late 1940s and early 1950s. Other artists scheduled to appear are Wayne Hancock, billed the undisputed king of juke joint swing - a mixture of honky-tonk, rockabilly and big band. The Fuzillis, from the UK, ... auditorium from 8pm on Saturday, when six bands, including Chris Montez, Trickbag and The Lonely Blues Boys, will deliver a night of nostalgia for the lovers of traditional music of the 1950s. The festival will come to a close on Sunday, when several

13:26

LifeStyle

Revisiting the Costa del Sol of the 1950s

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

...town like before the tourists arrived? The author of new book about Torremolinos has returned to his youth to reveal what it was like for an all-American kid growing up in a 1950s Spanish seaside village. David Mathis Johnson was happily looking ... 1950s. He refers to one American couple as the “Zelda and F. Scott Fitzgerald of Torremolinos”, due to their fondness of alcohol and love of partying, which inevitably landed them in all sorts of scrapes with the locals. Above all, however, the book

16:41

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

...the American Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 60s. We Will Walk brings together sculptures, paintings, quilts and installations by more than 20 African American artists from Alabama and the Deep South. The exhibition addresses issues of race,

16:04

What to do

The evolution of tourism

Tony Bryant

...display to create the ambience of Spain’s first steps into the tourist boom of the late 1950s and early 60s. The exhibition takes its name from the book, ‘España para Usted’, a tourist-guide published in 11 languages in 1964 by the general secretary of ... The exhibition includes mock check-in desks and customs areas, complete with information boards in both English and Spanish, which relay the story of how tourism exploded in the late 1950s and progressed into the multibillion-euro industry it has

20:03

What to do

Malaga starts opening up for art, music and culture again

Denise Bush

...the American Civil Rights movement of the 1950s and 60s. We Will Walk brings together sculptures, paintings, quilts and installations by more than 20 African American artists from Alabama and the Deep South. The exhibition addresses issues of race,

17:16

Travel

Hot hotels for 2020

Andrew Forbes

...invoke the famed mid-century 1950s architecture of Coventry and reflect its former life as a thriving newspaper and print works. Hotel Palacio Solecio, Malaga.SUR Hotel Palacio Solecio – SPAIN Malaga city finally gets a luxury boutique hotel in the

14:07

LifeStyle

Brigitte Bardot is back in Torremolinos

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

1950s for his latest piece of urban art. Nesui, who is from Galicia but now lives in Torremolinos, has used plastic and spray paint for this work, which was commissioned by the council and is on the wall of the Adriano hotel in the Plaza Costa del ... clothes. The actress is said to have had a very strong personality and an astonishing ability to get her own way wherever she went, especially in the timid Spain of the 1950s, under the yoke of Francoist repression. When Bardot came to Torremolinos,

16:30

LifeStyle

The mango: new varieties and uses

ESPERANZA PELÁEZ

...colonial India and extended its cultivation to the US and Australia. The Americans developed selected strains with less fibre and a better balance between acidity and sweetness. From the 1950s onwards, these were planted in the Canary Islands and in the

17:02

Opinion

All I want for Christmas

Tony Bryant

...games became popular during these decades, especially Monopoly and Scrabble, but the Second World War meant that there were fewer toys in production. Some of the most popular gifts of the 1950s, 60s and 70s included the Hula Hoop, Play Dough, Etch and