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17:15

What to do

Expat show brings together fashion, food, health, art, music and more

SUR IN ENGLISH

A wide range of businesses, clubs and associations will gather under one roof next weekend for the ExPatExpo in the Hotel IPV Palace and Spa, Fuengirola. EXPAT EXPO Dates. Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 November. 12 noon-5pm. Where. IPV Spa Hotel,

16:21

Gibraltar

Winter Party in Town returns to Casemates next Saturday

Debbie Bartlett

This year's Winter Party in Town returns to Casemates Square on Saturday 23 November, starting with children's activities at 4pm and music and dance performances from 4.30pm until late. This event offers fun for all the family, and the headline ban

17:31

Local

Target of 700 tonnes set for Gran Recogida food collection

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

More than 11,000 supermarkets and hypermarkets around Spain will be taking part next weekend, 22 and 23 November, in the massive foodbank collection known as the Gran Recogida. The event is organised by the Spanish foodbank federation which

14:42

Sport

Alejandro Davidovich knocked out of ATP Next Gen in Milan

PEDRO LUIS ALONSO

Local tennis star Alejandro Davidovich failed to repeat his Liuzhou Challenger victory at the ATP Next Gen tournament in Milan, where he was eliminated after losing group stage matches against Álex de Miñaur, Casper Ruud and Miomir Kecmanovi?. The ... Next Gen tournament brings together the eight best under-21 players in the world. It is in its third edition this year, with both previous tournaments also having been played in Milan. Davidovich went into his first match on Tuesday as the clear

16:32

LifeStyle

A lifelong passion for music

Ash Bolton

...we have lots of nationalities - Swedish, Norwegian, Argentinian, American, New Zealanders, Irish and a lot of Dutch. It's quite a multinational choir and we use English as the basic language." As for what's next on the choir's busy schedule, they ... are putting on a fundraising concert in aid of a local Spanish girl - Sarah Almagro - who lost her hands and feet to a lethal bacteria in July last year. The concert, next Friday 8 November, will feature hits from musicals and Hollywood films

10:01

What to do

Russian Museum puts Roerich's mystical humanism on display

Antonio Javier López

The perennial debate regarding the relation between an artist's life and their work usually implies a discrepancy. On the one hand we have the creator's allegedly sordid, or at least flawed, character; on the other, their work's attempt to transcend

17:14

What to do

A new season of opera and ballet at the Teatro Cervantes in Malaga

sur in English

Cervantes. The Ballet Nacional de España will be performing Electra next Friday and Saturday, 22 and 23 November, while Tuesday 26 November the Malandain Ballet Biarritz will perform Marie Antoinette with the Royal Versailles Opera company. Tchaikovsky's

19:49

Opinion

Don't worry about it

Mark Nayler

Spain was among several European countries to receive a letter from the EU Commission this week, expressing concerns over how it will manage its public finances next year. The nudge was inevitable, as the acting Socialist government of Pedro Sánchez ... share of the vote in the next election, due on November 10th. Having said that, the Commission doesn't really have reason to be concerned about Spain in this respect, even though the country is in the grip of yet another political deadlock after an ... if, as is likely, the next national vote results in another lengthy power vacuum, recent precedents suggest that Spain's economy will perform well anyway. Of all the EU's southern members, then, this is the one that presents the least cause for

12:28

Local

Malaga is to host the Premios Max next year

REGINA SOTORRÍO.

Malaga will be hosting the Premios Max theatre awards for the first time in 2020. The event will take place on 29 June at the Cervantes Theatre, which celebrates its 150th anniversary next year. Writers, actors, directors and stage technicians