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13:33

What to do

A heady mix of Cohen, Lorca and Andalucía

Jennie Rhodes malaga

...aspects of Andalucía. I’m really drawn to the fact that the area is very multicultural, particularly in the art field. Many people from all over Europe have made this area rich, diverse and very open-minded in many areas of self-expression. It is a relief

12:07

Local

A passionate reason to grow a beard

Jennie Rhodes riogordo

...conference of Passion Play organisers. The play, which covers the life of Jesus Christ as an adult and focuses on his arrest and death, is performed in the open air on the side of a hill which is known in Riogordo as El Calvario and has a permanent,

17:55

What to do

Around the galleries

Denise Bush

‘Málaga y Cervantes: La Espada y la Pluma IV Centenario (1616-2016)’ Is organised by the Foro para la Paz en el Mediterráneo y Culturama (Diputación de Málaga). Open from 9am-2pm. Mon-Frid. Street artist Victoriano Fuengirola Graffiti Extravagance

14:44

LifeStyle

Monterroso school, close to Lydia's heart

LEANDRO PAVÓN ESTEPONA

...to Spain. Other schools During that week, an open day was held at the school, which helped with the fundraising. "We invited pupils and teachers from the Simón Fernández, María Espinosa, Santo Tomás de Aquino andGarcía Lorca schools, because they

11:32

Local

Breaking new ground in decoration

Tony Bryant BENALMÁDENA

...very good news for entrepreneurial people who want to settle down and open a business here," Andreea explained. Other red tape included registering the company name with the mercantile registry, obtaining the tax number (CIF) and preparing the

10:04

Travel

Mallorca

ANDREW FORBES

The Romans referred to this, the largest island of the Balearic archipelago, as 'Balearis Major' (and its smaller sister as 'Balearis Minor'). So for the Brits, this favourite holiday destination is Majorca (and its sister Minorca). But please bear w

13:23

What to do

Exhibitions and galleries

Denise Bush what to do

January. Chemas Wine &Tapas, C/Málaga 10 Works by Sinikka Ahokas-Gröhn, Margit Björklund, Elaine Carlton and Richard Wood. Open daily noon until midnight, except Wednesdays. Tel. 722 17 05 17 / 952 590 610. www.artistaseclecticos.com Shutterbugs ... of José María Córdoba work as a window open to the world” commented the art critique Ángel Luis Pérez Villén. The exhibition entitled ‘Confluences’ runs until the end of February. Axarquía ‘Interferencias’ Nerja. Until 25 January, Sala

15:17

LifeStyle

The mysterious Apostle of Ireland

Tony Bryant TORREMOLINOS

...national holiday in 1970 and this is when the pubs were given permission to open. This must have been a great relief for the big breweries, because surveys declare that the consumption of Guinness more than doubles on 17 March. As with most versions

19:31

What to do

Flamenco festivals

Tony Bryant

...endure five or six hours of pure cante jondo (deep song), but if it is the real flamenco that one is seeking, then the traditional festival is the perfect ambience to enjoy it. The festivals take place in an open field, an amphitheatre, bullring or