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13:09

LifeStyle

The Roman Oasis returns

ASH BOLTON

A popular expat restaurant that shut down last summer after 36 years is to re-open for two charity fundraisers. FUNDRAISERS When. In aid of Cudeca Hospice, Friday 30 August, 8pm. For AGDM, Monday 9 September, 8pm. Where. Roman Oasis restaurant, ... Camino Sabinillas a Casares, 29692 Manilva. Tickets. Email Paul at romanoasis@outlook.com The Roman Oasis in Sabinillas will be raising money for both Cudeca and the Asociación Gatos de Manilva (AGDM). More than 100 people are expected at each event

11:40

LifeStyle

Dining for a good cause

SUR IN ENGLISH

Asociación Gatos de Manilva (AGDM) during the event at the Roman Oasis restaurant in Sabinillas. The restaurant shut down last summer after 36 years but reopened for two charity events this month. Englishman Paul Hickling, 74, who opened the restaurant in ... 1983 after visiting the Roman baths in Sabinillas, told SUR in English: "It was the very last night of the Roman Oasis restaurant and it went out with a bang! A fitting way to end 37 years of its life and we are very proud to have raised so much

16:37

LifeStyle

Roman Oasis restaurant to close after 36 years

ASH bOLTON

Popular expat restaurant, The Roman Oasis, will not be reopening for business this summer, it has been announced . The eatery, opened by flamboyant Englishman Paul Hickling over 36 years ago close to the Roman baths in Sabinillas, had in recent ... 74, I'm happy to say that I've suddenly made the decision to retire and close The Roman Oasis after 36 amazing years. "It's been on my mind for the last few years and I've always justified re-opening but time passes rapidly and it's time to smell

14:33

LifeStyle

Charity dinner in Sabinillas raises thousands for Cudeca

Ash Bolton

A charity fundraiser at a popular expat restaurant raised 4,620 euros for the cancer hospice Cudeca last Friday. Some 150 guests helped raise the funds during the event at the Roman Oasis restaurant in Sabinillas. The restaurant shut down last ... wonderful amount of money for Cudeca." One more charity event is due to be held at the Roman Oasis in aid of the Asociación Gatos de Manilva (AGDM) next Monday 9 September. The event starts at 8pm and costs 50 euros per person and will include drinks,

13:35

Gibraltar

Liam Gallagher joins music festival lineup

D.B.

Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher and his band will be performing on the main stage at the Gibraltar Calling music festival on 7 September, and fans can look forward to hearing all their Oasis favourites as well as some of Liam's new

15:58

Opinion

Gastronomic let-downs

ANDREW J. LINN

...cultural and gastronomic oasis. In the so-called best restaurants the selection offered is very unexciting and prices are ridiculous, with mark-ups that can reach 400%. As to local produce, although the city is situated on an estuary, good fish is not easy

11:56

Opinion

Good buy my love

Peter Edgerton

...having performed some task so mundane that I've already forgotten what it was, when the local Cudeca shop hove into view like an oasis in the desert. (For those readers who may be on a brief visit to the coast and therefore perhaps unaware of Cudeca, it's

15:47

Travel

Under the spell of San Miguel de Allende

Andrew Forbes

...experience of this colourful city I recommend staying in a boutique property. Romantic Oasis San Miguel is all about art and architecture - and you'll find plenty at 'Casa No Name'. It was once the home of fashion photographer Deborah Turbeville, and

14:53

LifeStyle

Glamour and fun for good causes

SUR IN ENGLISH

...clothing and accessories. The outfits were modelled by eight friends of the centre. The show, set to background music, was compered by Rob Bell. Karen from Oasis styled the models' hair and the photographer was Alan Hartley. Due to the success of the

20:23

What to do

Cártama to relive the classic music of the 1980s

Tony Bryant

Bob Dylan, Oasis, The Police and the Rolling Stones. The event promises to be a trip down memory lane for lovers of new wave, punk, funk, rock, dance and pop music, as the groups will recreate an authentic 1980s-style concert, complete with gaudy