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12:38

LifeStyle

Sharing a passion for Andalucía

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Writer, journalist and SUR in English reporter Tony Bryant was in Malaga on Wednesday to give a talk on his books on flamenco and Andalusian legends at the Official Language School (EOI). Organised by the Gerald Brenan Cultural Association, the talk ... was part of a series of events and language exchange sessions held at the school. The writer, who was introduced by the association's president Lola Ortega, spoke of his research into flamenco and how it changed his life as well as his new book,

11:48

What to do

Colourful parades planned for Torremolinos foreign residents' day

Tony Bryant

...different world music, including flamenco, Argentinian tango, calypso and jazz, will take place throughout the day until the festival closes at 10pm. It continues on Sunday from midday until 6pm. The foreign residents' festival is an opportunity to

18:37

Local

New and old associations raise funds at Nerja Residents' Day

Jennie Rhodes

...confirmed that they will join us so far.” Dorothy Allen, who was volunteering on the Royal British Legion stall, was dressed up for the occasion in a flamenco dress with red and black poppy accessories and Susie, Gwen, Brenda and Ana, from new dog rescue ... music and dancing came from The Shany Choir Andalucía, local flamenco groups Alboreá Juani and Elena among others.

14:09

LifeStyle

A bright day for Nerja

Jennie Rhodes

“It's really good because it's all for charity.” Live music and dancing came from The Shanty Choir Andalucía, and local flamenco groups, Alboreá Juani and Elena, among others.

21:23

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Around the world in five days

Tony Bryant

...individual colours and many of the visitors dress in traditional costume. Live music and dance performances will take place throughout the afternoon and these will include jazz, reggae, flamenco and rock. The popular David Bowie tribute band, The Spiders

12:08

Local

Club Med will open in Marbella in July 2019 after remodelling the Don Miguel hotel

Nieves Castro

...has decided to return to Spain is a reflection of what Marbella has to offer,” she said. First stone, flamenco and synchronised swimming The laying of the first stone of the hotel which Club Med will open in July 2019 was celebrated with a party. ... Members of Marbella council and local residents were invited by the hosts, Magna Hotels & Resorts and Club Med. There was flamenco music, synchronised swimming and a cocktail party in the gardens. The presidents of the two companies, Jihad Megharief y

15:49

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Spring jazz fever hits Malaga as new festival arrives

Tony Bryant

...performed with some of Spain's top jazz musicians. She has received numerous awards for her work and is considered among the best new jazz talent in Spain. Aficionados of flamenco-jazz will enjoy the concert by Chicuelo and Mezquida on Monday. This piano ... and guitar duo have accompanied some of flamenco's most prestigious performers. Tickets cost 18 euros each and are available from www. entradas.codetickets.com/entradas/primaverajazz

13:29

LifeStyle

Around the world in five days

I. GELIBTER / B. CLARKE

...traditional costumes. Live music and dance performances took place throughout the afternoons and included jazz, reggae, flamenco and rock. The popular David Bowie tribute band, The Spiders from Marbs, were performing in the British caseta every day of the

16:39

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Jazz, flamenco and piano stars complete Nerja Cave Festival line-up

REGINA SOTORRÍO

Nerja Cave Festival will include a gospel singer who has won the Príncipe de Asturias award for arts, a flamenco dancer who won the latest National Dance Prize, a Manuel de Falla recital by a nationally-renowned artist and a jazz performance by a

12:12

LifeStyle

The night the dictatorship put an end to gay life in Torremolinos

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

...was totally unique for its era. Although the predominant theme was LGBT, there were also restaurants frequented by families, flamenco venues, adult clubs and small jazz bars. The latest music was regularly played and modern drugs circulated freely.