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22:15

Opinion

Lead 'em and weep

Peter Edgerton

On the outskirts of Valladolid, a medieval Spanish city up in the north west of the country there's a street called - rather magnificently - Calle Me Falta Un Tornillo ('I'm Missing A Screw Street'). What makes this funny is the fact that it's where

22:09

What to do

Award-winning Japanese violinist Lamaya offers recital at special dinner in San Pedro

Tony Bryant

Project Music will host a special concert dinner night at the D-Wine Restaurant in San Pedro on Thursday 28 October. The concert will feature award-winning Japanese violinist Lamaya, a musician celebrated for her unique artistic range. The ... America, Asia and Africa. She has also studied solo performance, music composition and conducting at various renowned institutes throughout the world. Tickets for the event, which starts at 7.30pm, cost 65 euros and will include a welcome drink on

17:50

Opinion

Clothes encounters of the worst kind

Peter Edgerton

Zikes! It's that time again. It happens once every couple of years and brings me out in a cold sweat at the very thought but it can, I'm afraid, be put off no longer. I need to buy some new clothes. Things came to a head this week as I rifled through

13:03

What to do

Live music, dance and the arts in and around Malaga

denise bush

Music Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra Chamber Music Concerts Chamber music, Malaga Malaga. Auditorio de Museo Picasso de Málaga. 17 November, 8pm Cuarteto Mainake. 1 December, 8pm Concerto Zapico. 12 January, 8pm Quinteto de Jazz ... Tchaikovsky’s Symphony Nº6 (Pathétique). Tickets: https://www.unientradas.es/ Evita Fuengirola. Until 25 October, 7.30pm (7pm Sundays). Salon Varietes, C/ Emancípación. Music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice. Box Office : 952 47 45 42 or ... will be in concert. Antaño Malaga. 25 October, 8pm. La Cochera Cabaret, Avda de los Guindos. Young Malaga musicians will recreate the music of flamenco icons such as Manolo Caracol, La Paquera de Jerez, La Repompa, Pepe Marchena and la Niña

14:51

Opinion

Swimming against the tidy

Peter Edgerton

Tidy people are losers. Everybody knows this, including - indeed, maybe especially - tidy people. Putting everything in order when you could be doing other, much more interesting things like, for example, being untidy, is surely the road to perdition

18:21

What to do

Popular Mijas music venue reopens with weekend of live concerts

Tony Bryant

The Cazbah Live Lounge in La Cala de Mijas has lined up a series of music events to take place through October. The popular music venue reopens its doors this weekend with concerts by two of the coast's most popular bands. The music will get going

13:53

Opinion

I got you over my skin

Peter Edgerton

A frozen wind whips in off the wild Atlantic and cuts through the historic granite streets of Aberdeen, and one thirty-five-year-old resident of the town decides that this would be the perfect time to pop a light jacket on and head down to her local

15:04

Opinion

Carless whisper

Peter Edgerton

An Austin 1300 and a white Nissan Sunny are the only two cars I've ever owned. I remember the former had a permanent oil leak reminiscent of the Angel Falls and that the latter was simply indestructible. When they eventually came to take it away for

14:43

Opinion

Phone not a friend

Peter Edgerton

Everton 1 Salford City 0, 32 mins - this was very bad news indeed. Not because the rivals of my childhood football favourites - Liverpool - were winning, and not because - that rarest of beasts these days - a giant-killing FA cup result now looked ev

16:01

Opinion

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