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A very different look to Christmas and New Year in Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

...and the New Year's Celebrations at Casemates will not be held in their usual format but some will go online. No decision has been taken yet about the Three Kings Parade on 5 January. Culture Minister John Cortes said, "We will find a way to enjoy



Dave culture

Peter Edgerton

Years ago, when people didn't take themselves as seriously as we do now, Dave would go to the pub with his friends on a Friday night. As the evening wore on and various pints were duly quaffed, Dave would say something risibly absurd. 'The fence at



Gibraltar museum's virtual Open Day was a great success

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar National Museum may have been closed, but nothing was going to stop it holding its annual Open Day and the virtual version proved a huge success. On the day its Facebook site had a reach of 15,745, which was 152 per cent up on the pr



Wave culture

Peter Edgerton

It might be prudent, I think, if we all began to adopt the gestures of one of those golden Chinese waving cats as we toddle around town - simply flapping our arm up and down and sporting a vaguely sinister rictus grin. As things stand, I can see no o


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Torremolinos gets a taste of vegan cuisine in new tapas route

Tony Bryant

...edition of the vegan tapas route and it is designed to promote the gastronomic culture of Torremolinos, while also boosting the hospitality sector, which has suffered from the devastating economic situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Nine ... their favourite tapa by uploading a photograph on the town hall's Facebook and Instagram pages. All photographs will be entered into a prize draw with prizes of lunch or dinner at any of the participating establishments. Councillor for Culture David



Gibraltar Museum now has virtual posts online

Debbie Bartlett

The Gibraltar National Museum may have closed its doors to visitors because of the coronavirus but it is still possible for those anyone who is interested to enjoy the history, archaeology, heritage and natural history of the Rock online, thanks to i



Gibraltar Drama Festival dates announced

Debbie Bartlett

The 2020 Drama Festival will take place from Monday 16 to Friday 20 March at the John Mackintosh Hall. There will be 11 plays, and performances begin at 7pm each day. Tickets can be purchased in advance from the John Mackintosh Hall from Wednesd


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Art, music, culture and more

Denise Bush

...take place during the summer. Places are limited. Tickets on the webpages Oh Salvaje and King Ocio as well as from post offices. Conciertos en la Cuarto Fase Granada. 9.30pm. Plaza de las Culturas, Centro


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Exhibitions, music and culture around Malaga province

denise bush las Culturas, Centro Cultural Caja Granada. 18 July, 9.30pm. Indie pop singer La Bien Querida will be performing. 24 July, 9.30pm. Antonio Aras and Fernando Alfaro. 25 July, 9.30pm. Cecilia Krull. 31 July, 9.30pm. Neuman. 7 August, 9.30pm. Fon



Torremolinos scales down its summer culture schedule

Tony Bryant

...which, as councillor for Culture David Tejeiro expressed, "will be used to bolster the aid given to the most vulnerable". The councillor went on to say that the town hall is currently studying the possibility of adapting events such as the procession of


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What's On: music and culture around Malaga province

Plaza de las Culturas, Centro Cultural Caja Granada. This evening is a concert by Marlango followed by the acoustic guitar rock duo Arizona Baby on Saturday evening. Tickets: Theatre and Dance Lorca y


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Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

... it is a baroque masterpiece and offers a chance to view the ceiling up close as well as giving the viewer tidbits of information on the history of the building and its amazing art. Heritage art Google Arts & Culture Some of the world’s most ... the museum and particular collections can be found online with Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vimeo and TouTube. Art and Culture at home Twitter A huge range of art and culture is available on Twitter.



Spain, nostalgic over its bar culture


...seedy and cheap, with prawn shells on the floor, not the posh ones." "A bar is a symbol of the Spanish culture and has always been a place to meet up and socialise. They are also important for the economy. The unemployment figures demonstrate that, ... the rules, the sooner this situation will be over. That will be the time to start enjoying our leisure time as before in bars and restaurants, which are such an important part of our culture and the way we socialise. Their owners can hardly wait for


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Malaga looks forward to a summer filled with culture and events

Museums Museo del Patrimonio Municipal Malaga. Tuesdays to Sundays 10am - 8pm. Avda de Cervantes 4. With art collections from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century as well as artifacts, documents etc. relating to the economical, social and c


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Malaga starts opening up for art, music and culture again

Denise Bush

Museums Museo del Patrimonio Municipal Malaga. Tuesdays to Sundays 10am - 8pm. Avda de Cervantes 4. With art collections from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century as well as artefacts, documents etc. relating to the economical, social and c



Students combine language, culture and history in one visit


At the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas in Malaga, learning English isn't just a matter of studying in a classroom. The staff also organise cultural activities in English and it has become traditional to have a guided tour of the English Cemetery, like the



Walking in the footsteps of the Apostle of Ireland

Tony Bryant

...the Celtic culture. One of these is the International Celtic Festival (which last year coincided with St Patrick's Day), a gathering that attracted musicians and dancers from Ireland and from the local Irish community. Another is the Burn's Night ... them together. We have had many problems there and this has sometimes overshadowed our true identity: this is an opportunity to help them understand their own culture," Father Gerard concludes.


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Philippe Pasqua finds beauty in the dark side at CAC Málaga

REGINA SOTORRÍO that we often don't want to see," said Francés, who was accompanied at the opening of the show by the mayor of Malaga, Francisco de la Torre and Culture councillor, Noelia Losada. Thick brushstrokes The artist paints children who are blind or


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Summer nights of culture on Playamar


The Playamar beach is going to be the venue for a varied series of films such as Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again and Avengers Infinity War and classical music concerts during the month of August. The films will be shown in wide screen format and altho



Sheikh Al-Thani's roundabout to finally be renamed

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...has been held up on various occasions but this time it seems like it will finally become a reality with councillor for Culture and Sport, Noelia Losada, promising to meet with the highways commission on 24 March to complete the process and have the


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Luna Mora: a fusion of Andalusian cultures in Guaro

Tony Bryant

Thousands of candles will illuminate the streets of Guaro this weekend as the town celebrates its popular Luna Mora Festival, an event that promotes the gastronomic, cultural and musical traditions that have formed Andalucía's colourful history. T



Frigiliana celebrates its three cultures in one festival

Eugenio Cabezas

The fourteenth Festival de las Tres Culturas, celebrating Jewish, Muslim and Christian cultures, started in Frigiliana last Thursday with a vibrant street procession. The event continued over the weekend and attracted over 40,000 people. The



Tourism promotion innovations go from big data to art and culture

P. M. / P. L. G.

The annual World Travel Market is an event where trends are set in terms of the tourism industry. This year the Costa del Sol hopes to improve the focus of its tourism promotion thanks to a more precise tourist profile provided by big data, through a



Malaga's Astoria cinema excavations uncover possible Moorish-era ruins


...of a wall from a twelfth-century Moorish settlement. Raúl López, the city's Planning Councillor, said that the regional ministry of Culture's experts would now be able to assess the site. The official archaeological survey that the city council


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Manilva celebrates its mix of cultures

ASH BOLTON's gastronomy, culture and music. During the lively event, scores of performances will also take place from the different nationalities, local schools and entertainers. Dean Shelton, councillor of Foreign Affairs at Manilva council, told SUR in


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A return to Malaga 22 years after the exhibition organised by SUR

Antonio Javier López

"It was curated by Francisco Parauta, who had the idea of putting the greys upstairs, nearer the sky, and the colours on the ground floor, nearer the earth and nature". "I really like Malaga. It's a lovely city," Scully said at the CAC Malaga duri



The tales of two Madrid correspondents

Mark Nayler

The 2008-2013 global economic crisis is the focal point of After The Fall, a gripping book released last year by Tobias Buck, the Financial Times' (FT) Madrid correspondent from 2012 to 2017. In elegant, compelling prose, Buck documents the causes


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Twenty years of culture

Jennie Rhodes

Nerja Cultural Centre is celebrating its 20th anniversary with a number of special events throughout May. INFORMATION What. Nerja Cultural Centre 20th anniversary events Where. Nerja Cultural Centre and other locations. Further information. www



Archaeological dig set to get under way in Malaga's Plaza de la Merced


The demolition of the derelict Astoria and Victoria cinemas in Malaga's picturesque Plaza de la Merced, where Picasso's birthplace is, is now complete. The large plot of land that has opened up new views of the Moorish Alcazaba to tourists is being p



Tourist Board shortlisted for Travel Bulletin Star Awards for culture and heritage

D. B.

...will be placing their votes over the next three weeks, and the winner will be announced in September. Tourism minister Gilbert Licudi says the nomination is the culmination of the Gibraltar - A Year of Culture campaign. It promotes different ... elements of Gibraltar's diverse heritage and culture and appeals to those interested in cultural heritage themes such as art, music and history in addition to the Rock's more traditional attractions.



Malaga metro works can carry on despite archaeological remains


The Junta de Andalucía's ministry for Culture, responsible for overseeing the protection of historical sites, has said that work on the new stretch of metro line in Malaga city can continue. It follows the recent significant discovery of the ruins



Alhaurín man first Spaniard to be "Living Legend" in Louisiana for Cajun cultural work


A historian from Alhaurín de la Torre has become the first Spaniard to be named a "Living Legend" for his research into the unique Cajun culture in the southern US state of Louisiana. Before José Manuel de Molina began his work, the influence of ... Malaga in the culture of the Deep South was largely forgotten. However, research using old documents led De Molina to discover colonists from the area. In reward for his work in helping understand the Arcadian and Cajun culture, he was given his award by



A fusion of two ancient cultures


25 recordings and a string of hit dance spectaculars under his belt, the multifaceted artist has always had the desire to blend multiple cultures. The show, which has already secured the support of the prestigious flamenco dance museum in Seville


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Culture in the Campo


Art lovers should make a note in their diaries: the picturesque village of Jimena de la Frontera, in Cadiz province, is holding its annual Open Studios event from 20 to 27 October. DETAILS When: 20 to 27 October. Where: Jimena de la Frontera. Th





...entitled Ellos, Los Detritus / They, The Detritus (1933-1937). Spellbinding. With roots in Ancient Greece, Commedia dell'arte, the Arabic language ('mashara'), circus and carnival culture... the Museo's timely topic is inexhaustible. The crescendo is a to



Gibraltar artist accepted for Royal Academy exhibition

Debbie Bartlett

...and events in the UK in recent years. The Gibraltar government’s Ministry of Culture will be assisting him with funds towards the cost of transporting the artwork to the UK for the Royal Academy exhibition.