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19:01

LifeStyle

Malaga prepares to host the Max Awards

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

The Max Awards for the Performing Arts are due to take place at the Cervantes Theatre on 7 September, and Malaga actor Antonio Banderas is hoping A Chorus Line, which he produced and co-directed and in which he played the lead role at his Teatro del ... Soho Caixabank project, will win the Best Musical award. His show is one of the three finalists for that category. The awards ceremony, which is now in its 23rd year, was originally scheduled for 29 June but had to be rescheduled due to the ... 'La Manada'. Unusally, the theatre company La Maquiné from Granada, formed by Joaquín Casanova and Elisa Ramos, will not only be presenting the Max Awards ceremony but is also hoping for three of the awards for its show Acróbata y Arlequín.

15:36

Opinion

No-one left to rate

ANDREW J. LINN

...restaurants have morphed into charities, and many favourites have gone forever. For the organisations whose purpose was to exalt these restaurants with awards and rankings, carrying on as usual is no longer possible, especially as the near collapse of the ... restaurant industry has led many to question the value of such awards in the first place. Another factor is the revamping of many top eateries. Stockholm's Noma, for example, frequently nominated the world's best, will become more of a hamburger joint than ... a restaurant (maybe René Redzepi has been talking to Marbella's Dani Garcia), and there are many similar examples. The James Beard Awards, World's 50 Best Restaurants, and Michelin have different philosophies about restaurant awards in a recovering

12:39

LifeStyle

Making a mark at the World Gin Awards

Tony Bryant

A British-owned craft gin company has scooped two awards at the recent World Gin Awards in London. Run by husband and wife team Chris and Carolina Tunmore, Hayes Gin won the prestigious Gold Award for its London Dry Gin. The couple, both avid gin ... connoisseurs, also picked up the bronze in the flavoured category for their blood orange and ginger-flavoured gin. The global awards select the very best in all internationally recognised styles of gin, and categories included contemporary, flavoured, sloe and ... London Dry gin. The awards highlight the exceptional products, distilleries and people within the gin industry. Winners are selected through a vigorous blind tasting and unique scoring process. The carefully selected judges look for specialisms in

15:13

LifeStyle

From sports arena to major film awards venue

SUR

Movie magic descends on Malaga this weekend as the city hosts the 2020 Goya awards. These are the Spanish equivalent of the American Oscars or UK Baftas. Local authorities and businesses have sponsored the move to the city for this year. The ... stand has also been added and space made for about 3,200 guests in total. As all years, there is almost as much excitement around what the awards' presenters will say and do as there is about possible award winners. This year, popular comedians and ... on. Awards will be presented in 28 categories and stars from the Spanish screen will be presenting the awards, including Penélope Cruz, Maribel Verdú, Fernando Tejero, José Coronado and Belén Rueda. Celebrities from other walks of life will also

14:35

LifeStyle

Shared glory for Banderas and Almodóvar at the Spanish Academy Awards

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Malaga triumphed in more ways than one at Spain's film academy awards on Saturday night. The city's Martín Carpena sports arena had been chosen as the venue for this year's edition of the Goya's, the Spanish industry's equivalent of the Oscars or ... the Baftas, and local actors, Antonio Banderas and Belén Cuesta, came away with top awards. Pedro Almodóvar.SALVADOR SALAS Glamorous stars of Spanish film, among other celebrities and authorities, paraded along the red carpet in Malaga on ... Saturday night for the 34th edition of the Goya awards. Crowds braved the rain to catch a glimpse, and even a selfie, of their favourite actors. Local actor Antonio Banderas was one of the stars of the evening when predictions were proved right and he was

09:58

LifeStyle

SUR launches culinary Who's Who guide with awards ceremony

M. MARTÍNEZ

Chefs and restaurant owners picked up awards on Thursday at the launch of SUR's new Who's Who in gastronomy bilingual guide. The Anantara Villa Padierna Palace resort in Benahavís was the venue for the event presented by critic Enrique Bellver, who ... explained some of the changes in this year's guide compared to previous editions. Awards were presented to La Cosmopolita; to Rafael de la Fuente, for his career devoted to the hospitality industry; to Cristina Socorro, maître d' of the Hotel Molina Lario

14:49

National

King applauds Infanta Leonor's first Barcelona speech

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Despite tension from separatists outside the Barcelona convention centre, the Princess of Girona awards, celebrating young people's innovation, went ahead this week. The Princess of Girona is the official title in Catalonia for the heir to the

13:28

Opinion

Michelin muddle

ANDREW J. LINN

People have still not got the hang of this Michelin nonsense, so, once and for all, repeat in unison: there is no such thing as a 'Michelin chef'. The Michelin Guide, love it or hate it, awards its prized stars to restaurants, never to chefs or ... importance of the chef, and backs this up by mentioning that at the annual awards ceremony, the legendary Michelin chefs' jackets that the winning chefs wear are an integral part of the ritual. Furthermore, the Guide specifies where the culinary merits of

10:46

Gibraltar

Gibraltarians receive New Years Honours

Debbie Bartlett

Honours Awards, to Dr William Fitzpatrick for services to healthcare, Stewart Louis Harrison for services to information technology education and Charles Marfe for services to the Calpe House Charitable Trust.

15:00

Opinion

New drinking patterns

ANDREW J. LINN

Awards, indicates that world consumption of wine has fallen drastically owing to Covid-19. It is estimated that winemakers will see their income cut in half. While previously such dire and calamitous situations have usually been followed by a brisk