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16:41

Opinion

Don't get me wrong

Peter Edgerton

There's a vague whiff of general madness in the air, wouldn't you say? Whether its cause is to be found in the three months we spent contemplating our own belly buttons, the exaggerated uncertainty of what comes next or Lady Gaga releasing another al

16:04

Opinion

Dead grateful

Peter Edgerton

Back in the dim and distant days when children used to actually play together, there was a lad at our school who would bring a ball in every day to be booted about the yard at dinner time. Games were improvised and unwieldy, involving up to twenty pl

14:59

Opinion

Jailhouse rock

Peter Edgerton

American cousins are wont to say, a lot of fun. It has reminded me of a music course I gave in a high security gaol one long hot summer over twenty-five years ago. In my innocence, I'd been led to believe I was being contracted by the local education ... on the prison lawn with a few jovial shoplifters wasn't to be my remit. No, sir - I was, in fact, about to be introduced to some of the most dangerous men in the country. As a deliberate ploy to keep my sanity, I didn't ask what the music students

14:27

What to do

Mijas to host festival celebrating Celtic customs

Tony Bryant

The Mijas Tourism Department has teamed up with Big M Promotions once again to host the second edition of the Celtic Festival, an event that presents live music and entertainment, along with a themed market. The festival will focus on modern and ... traditional Celtic music, with pipe and drum bands like The Surpipes Band and Gaiteros Pipers, while Irish, Scottish, Welsh and fire dancing will be supplied by Mamen Garro. There will also be performances by Amigos de Guiness, Finndogg Macrae, and

14:29

What to do

Blues Festival returns with three of Malaga's most established performers

Tony Bryant

40-year career he has worked with many of the true giants of traditional American blues. As well as delivering his own compositions, Richard performs the music of some of his own favourites, including Muddy Waters and Robert Johnson. Also on the ... she is now considered one of the best live acts on the local music scene. The festival starts at 9pm and entrance is free, but early arrival is advised due to crowd restriction policies.

22:15

Opinion

Let's work together

Peter Edgerton

Amid the unveiling of Dexamethasone as a life-saving drug and the bizarrely dramatic scenes involving historical statues and the corresponding antics of their attackers/defenders, each utterly convinced of the veracity of their opposing arguments, yo

18:02

What to do

A tribute night in honour of 'The Kings of Disco', the Bee Gees

Tony Bryant

Fans of the 1970s dance music scene will enjoy a special tribute night at The Hall live music venue in Malaga on Saturday 1 August. The venue, which is situated close to the María Zambrano train station, will continue its new summer season with a ... Fever, soundtrack to the film of the same name, sold more than 45 million copies, becoming one of the most successful albums in the history of music. Spain's only tribute act to the 'Kings of Disco' will perform many of their greatest hits, including

17:23

What to do

What's On: music and culture around Malaga province

9.30pm. MAD, C/Diego Ponce 12. The exhibition unites 36 works from the Diputación de Málaga and the Fundación Unicaja collections. Music Festival of Legends Torremolinos. 4, 5 July. The Amber Plaza Club, La Carihuela. Entrance for ... concerts and dance performances including flamenco, funk, rock, jazz, hip hop, punk, folk, Indie and reggae organised by Malaga town hall. http://www.malaga.eu/ Chamber music Malaga. Museo Picasso Málaga. 4 July, 8pm, 9.15pm A piano concert by

14:57

LifeStyle

10 July 1936: The launch of the Andalusian anthem

Tony Bryant

...by the Municipal Band of Seville. The concert took place in the Andalusian capital on 10 July 1936, just one week before the start of the Spanish Civil War (1936-39). Although the music is believed to have been inspired by a religious canticle sung

16:46

Opinion

Masking for a friend

Peter Edgerton

Walking around Malaga this week, I looked on, agog, at the wide and varied attitudes to compulsory mask-wearing. You can learn a lot about people from their mask habits, let me tell you. To be fair, most citizens are sporting the uncomfortable app

14:20

Opinion

No particular place to go

Peter Edgerton

One of the many joys that phase two of the confinement deescalation process has brought is the permission to potter aimlessly about once again. I'm sure it's not expressed in precisely those terms in the official government guidelines but, nonetheles

18:11

What to do

Torremolinos welcomes summer with a weekend of music

Tony Bryant

The Amber Plaza Club in La Carihuela, Torremolinos, will host The Festival of Legends on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 July. The live music and celebration venue - situated opposite the Hotel Pez Espada - will kick off its summer series of live music ... events with a two-day festival dedicated to the music of the 1950s through to the 1980s. The main event takes place on Saturday from 9pm, when vocalist Mark Connors presents his tribute to two grand legends: Frank Sinatra and Elvis. Music of the rock

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

16:41

What to do

Art, music and culture during the lockdown

Denise Bush

Macfarlane. From 26 June until 9 July Woolf Works. Wayne McGregor’s award-winning ballet triptych is inspired by the writings of Virginia Woolf, with an original score by Max Richter. From 3 until 16 July La Bohème. Puccini’s music and Richard Jones’s ... 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. Sadler's Wells Full length ... 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. BAM African dance The

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

22:01

What to do

Málaga Gira offers a series of pop, flamenco and rock concerts

Tony Bryant

Live music is set to return to the Cortijo de Torres municipal auditorium in Malaga next month. A series of rock, pop and flamenco concerts have been organised to take place from July to September. With a limited capacity of 800 people, Málaga Gira ... was born with the aim of reactivating the city's live music scene and organisers guarantee that all the necessary requirements will be met in order to ensure the safety of the audience, performers and staff. The series will start on Saturday 25 July

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

19:24

What to do

Live music returns to the Costa del Sol with a free rock concert in Mijas

Tony Bryant

Lovers of rock music will once more be able to enjoy live music sessions at The Coyote Bowling Saloon in Las Lagunas de Mijas from this weekend. The venue will reopen with a free concert featuring Sound Friction, one of Malaga’s most popular ... cover bands. The group’s varied repertoire includes the hits of celebrated bands like Foo Fighters, Arctic Monkeys, Green Day, U2 and Nirvana. The popular, American-themed live music venue and bowling alley will present its first concert since the ... built up a strong following on the Costa del Sol music circuit, so early arrival is advised. The concert will take place tomorrow, Saturday 13 June, at 11pm.

14:24

Opinion

Planet in advance

Peter Edgerton

A light year is, we were told ad nauseum at school, the distance that light can travel in one earth year. This is approximately 5.88 trillion normal miles which, let's be honest, is a really difficult concept to grasp. Well, until you remember that t

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

16:29

Opinion

Silent night

Peter Edgerton

...like sound-proofed music studios but the whole point of those is the silence within provides a blank canvas to superimpose whatever kind of racket you see fit. Nobody builds a music studio to sit and listen to their own heartbeat. No, in the modern

15:37

Opinion

Days of whine and closures

Peter Edgerton

We are, of course, so lucky to have the technology available to allow us to maintain contact with family and friends during these seemingly endless days of isolation. Nonetheless, there are only so many conversations you can have with your best frien

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

19:26

Opinion

The Village Dream Preservation Society

Peter Edgerton

The declining population of rural villages has long been a worry for Spain. One of the most striking images I encountered walking the Camino de Santiago a few years ago was the vast number of disused football pitches, characterised by waist-high gras

12:56

Opinion

Blame it on the boogie

PETER EDGERTON WWW.E-PETER.COM

We should have seen it coming, we really should. It wasn't so much written in the stars but rather in the pop songs that the stars were singing. Hits like Free by Ultra Naté from 1997 offered a potted life philosophy worthy of Paolo Coelho at his mos

17:35

LifeStyle

12 May 1960: Nerja's 'natural cathedral' opens to the public

Alekk M. Saanders

...visitors and VIPs at the gala. After that ballet show, the Hall of the Waterfall got its second name - Ballet Hall (Sala de Ballet). The inauguration was the beginnings of an annual music and dance festival. Since 1960, the spectacular cave venue has

13:19

Opinion

You go boss

Peter Edgerton

From a fag-smoking workman in a hard hat, holding his palm outstretched towards you as you tootle along the pavement, in order that his mate might back a big van out through a gate, to a surly doctor’s receptionist asking you what the details of your

15:24

Opinion

Chakra can't

Peter Edgerton

Tired? Fed up? Aching in the places that you used to play? (To paraphrase Leonard Cohen). Could readily strangle your mother-in-law with the horrible socks she got you for Christmas? Congratulations - you're living a proper life. Sitting by a swimm

09:03

What to do

Costa entertainers bring a variety of music to your home

Tony Bryant

As part of its 'Salon in your Salon' initiative, The Salon Varietés Theatre in Fuengirola will present a special online show of live music on Friday 24 April (today). Aimed at relieving the boredom of the lockdown, the marathon eight-hour concert

13:13

What to do

What to do - music and more

Denise Bush

Tony Caballero. R&B, blues, soul, pop. 14 March, 10pm. Iris Nieto on the oboe and Tomás Nieto on acoustic guitar play adapted jazz, soul, rock and pop music. 19 March, 9pm. Hermano Trío. Manuel Amat piano, Francis Posé cello and Andrés Litwin drums. ... municipal band will be playing pieces by composers G. Sánchez, P. Artola, B. Uralde, M. Fond de Anta and E. García López. La Favorita Malaga. 6 March, 8pm, 7 March 7pm. Teatro Cervantes.. La Favorita in four acts with music by composer Caetano ... International Music Society are performing some well loved songs. Tickets: 654891790 or on the door. www.timschoir.org Malaga Baroque Orchestra Frigiliana. 21 March, 8pm. Casa del Apero. 15€. Classical chamber music played on historical instruments. The

20:07

What to do

Malaga's museums expand their cultural repertoire with concerts and recitals

Antequera. Until 30 September. Tues - Sun 10am - 2pm and 7pm - 9.30pm. MAD, C/Diego Ponce 12. The exhibition unites 36 works from the Diputación de Málaga and the Fundación Unicaja collections. Music Jueves del Verano Malaga. July, August. ... flamenco, funk, rock, jazz, hip hop, punk, folk, Indie and reggae organised by Malaga town hall. http://www.malaga.eu/ Chamber music Malaga. Museo Picasso Málaga. 17 July, 8pm, 9.15pm Trío Mainake will play works by Franz Schubert and Beethoven.

18:01

What to do

Celebrated chamber music quartet comes to Marbella

Tony Bryant

The celebrated Sinoidal Ensemble saxophone quartet will play two concerts on the Costa del Sol later this month. Organised by Marbella-based Project Music, the classical music events will take place in the D-Wine restaurant in Marbella on Wednesday ... at chamber music events all over Spain. The repertoire for the concerts will include the music of Bach, Scarlatti and Ligeti, and the performance will end with a 30 minute question and answer session. Tickets for the performance in D-Wine cost 60

13:25

Local

No money for carnival competition prizes

torremolinos

...situation is what it is". Part of the money saved will be used to put on more street events on 14 and 15 March, including fancy dress, parades, music performances and the 'burning of the sardine' on the Sunday.

17:58

What to do

Performing and creative arts take centre stage in Torremolinos

Tony Bryant

...rockers Los Copiones (4 July); ACDC tribute band TNT (10 July); 12-13 reggae band (8 August) and The Swing Girls (11 September). There will also be classical music, flamenco fusion and jazz performed by some of the coast's top musicians. The series