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20:03

What to do

Malaga starts opening up for art, music and culture again

Denise Bush

After the Rain pas de deux. https://www.sfballet.org/sf-ballet-home/ 12 June, 10.30pm BST .Commissioned for the Unbound festival, Arthur Pita’s Björk Ballet celebrates the theatricality of Björk and her music, setting songs spanning her discography ... Picasso’s works and accompanied by the music composed by Nino Rota, can be listened to on the museum website: https://www.museopicassomalaga.org/ You will need to register with Spotify to access the material. Live Music NTS. Live shows as well ... as some archives to listen to. Bad Vibes, Eyedress, Access Denied, Creep Zone, themed radio streams, mixed tapes and guest shows and all genres of music. https://www.nts.live/ Marie's Crisis Group The coronavirus crisis has forced the

17:32

Opinion

Gecko chamber

Peter Edgerton

Sharks have been sighted off the coast of the provinces of Malaga and Granada during the past couple of weeks, presumably using their keen sense of smell or taste or hearing or something in order to detect from afar a distinct lack of the detritus no

15:03

Opinion

Knocking really matters

Peter Edgerton

Oscar opened the door sporting the broadest of smiles and clutching a cup of coffee and sandwich in his free hand. It was Spanish lunchtime and, not having been in Malaga very long, I still hadn't got the hang of the eating at three o'clock in the af

14:56

Opinion

Cool runnings

Peter Edgerton

...practising music. Anyway, on and on I faltered on my 'run', continually marveling at the respectful manner in which people were carrying themselves until, quite unexpectedly, my destination hove into view. The thing is, I've been running that route for

18:07

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

Wheeldon’s inspired adaptation with music by Jody Talbot. Until 8 June La Traviata. Richard Eyres production provides the perfect setting for Verdi’s opera about a courtesan who sacrifices all for love. From 22 May until 4 June. Cendrillon. Massenet’s ... ballets. The ballet company’s most recent success was Marie Antoinette with music by composers Hadyn and Glück of which a 14 minute fragment is now available on Vimeo. Finf Ballet Malandain de Biarritz on YouTube and Vimeo. The Bolshoi Ballet ... Pita’s Björk Ballet celebrates the theatricality of Björk and her music, setting songs spanning her discography from 1993’s Debut to Utopia from 2017. https://www.sfballet.org/sf-ballet-home/ BAM African Dance Weekly dance workshops and events.

15:29

Opinion

Hear my voice

Peter Edgerton

Sometimes, in order to avoid listening to the constant barrage of coronavirus related information on the radio - most of which, if we're honest, doesn't seem to be tripping from the lips of anyone who has a clue what they're talking about - I'll cast

17:58

Opinion

Hobbies and passed times

Peter Edgerton

As the old - and somewhat lame joke - goes, nostalgia's a thing of the past. It's never really been something that has stirred my passions, truth be told. All those radio stations playing 'golden oldies' give me the shivers, quite frankly - Kenny Log

22:07

Opinion

Force of will

Peter Edgerton

These are, without doubt, extraordinary times and there is perhaps no greater illustration of this than that strange, nagging discomfort anybody with any vestige of empathy is currently feeling, albeit in spite of themselves. It's because we sort of

20:42

Opinion

A very poor eggsample

Peter Edgerton

Scrambled eggs, cornflakes, uncomfortable silences and creaky stairs. That's about the sum total of my childhood recollections of bed and breakfast establishments in the UK in the 1970s. Unless you count a very odd man in Kent who owned one of these

16:56

Opinion

Days and confused

Peter Edgerton

Having spent the last gazillion days indoors, I now feel fully qualified to be able to offer a handy cut-out-and-keep lockdown survival guide thingy. For anyone who hasn't quite got the knack yet, this invaluable source of wisdom should ease you effo