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14:16

What to do

Torremolinos dance school offers a free afternoon at the ballet

Tony Bryant

The Torremolinos Dance Centre will present an afternoon of ballet at the Príncipe de Asturias Auditorium tomorrow (Saturday). The show, which begins at midday, will be presented by students of the long-established academy and will offer a

14:40

What to do

Salón Varietés pays tribute to music legends Queen and Cher

Tony Bryant

Tribute acts to two of the biggest icons in music history come to the Salón Varietés Theatre in Fuengirola this weekend. Two Legends: One Stage features Gary Goodmaze and Michelle Daniels as Freddie Mercury and Cher, respectively, in an explosive min

12:34

National

First doses of Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine arrive in Spain

ÁLVARO SOTO

...the day of arrival and tomorrow the vaccination campaign will begin. The vaccine against Covid-19 has been supplied to all EU countries, and people will begin to receive it in Athens, Helsinki, Sofia ... This campaign is going to be a moving moment of

18:30

Sport

Unseeded Garbiñe Muguruza into the final of the Australian Open

Daryl Finch

Garbiñe Muguruza continues to makes history this week. After becoming the first Spanish woman in twenty years to reach the semi-finals of the Australian Open, the 26-year-old sealed her place in Saturday's final with a tense 7-6 (10-8) 7-5 over Roman

15:31

National

British Embassy to host virtual coronavirus Q&A session for UK nationals

sur in english

The British Embassy in Spain will host a virtual Q&A session on Facebook this Wednesday, 22 April, from 1 to 5pm to answer any concerns UK foreign residents have about the current coronavirus pandemic or how this impacts on the actions they need to t

20:02

Gibraltar

Gibraltar introduces curfew and strict new coronavirus measures after 'stark increase' of positive cases

SUR IN ENGLISH

...recommendation to work from home continues to be current. Please do NOT go to your place of work if you can work from home. As from tomorrow, additionally, the following new measures will come into effect in Gibraltar: Gibraltar's Chief Minister, Fabian ... PicardoAFP NON-ESSENTIAL RETAIL All non-essential retail establishments will be required by law to close to the public as from tomorrow. We will permit operations for deliveries and collections so that an online or telephone trade will be able to ... time for those shopping to be home in time for the curfew. HAIRDRESSERS & BEAUTY SALONS All hairdressers and beauty salons will also have to completely close by law as from tomorrow. DENTISTS etc Pharmacies and chemists, petrol stations,

13:54

Opinion

I’d trade a Christmas parade for a leg of ham

Ana BArreales

Some towns are preparing a “static” Three Kings cavalcade this year. Yes, it sounds odd, but considering how things have been going this year, it’s not the strangest thing to have happened. We’ve put Christmas lights up as if there were no tomorrow

15:21

LifeStyle

"Madrid is the most vibrant city I've lived in"

Ash Bolton

...the British film Brighton - which gets its Spanish premiere at the Marbella International Film Festival (MIFF) tomorrow, Saturday. "This is our third visit to the festival. It's a favourite for us" Directed by fellow Brit Stephen Cookson, the

16:59

Gibraltar

Gibraltar toughens restrictions as Covid-19 case figures soar

Debbie Bartlett

...when Gibraltar began to come out of lockdown earlier this year, with limits on numbers inside, hand sanitiser etc. All gymnasiums must close from tomorrow. Socialising in family homes should be restricted to 3 households. This is “very strong

13:00

What to do

Estepona Rocks festival pays tribute to genre's greats

SUR IN ENGLISH

The Pink Purple Zep Fest II - Estepona Rocks will, tonight (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday), celebrate some of the greatest names in the history of rock music including Foo Fighters, Guns n Roses, AC/DC, Pink Floyd, Deep Purple and Led Zeppelin. ... Floyd tomorrow. Tickets are available online (www.pinkpurpleproductions.com), by email (info@pinkpurpleproductions.com) or by phone (659 772 448).

14:44

Gibraltar

Gibraltar Calentita Night programme

Debbie Bartlett

Anyone who loves good food and a good time should head down to Casemates Square tomorrow (Saturday 23rd) from 7pm for the Calentita food festival. This will be an evening packed with delicious gastronomy, cookery demonstrations, dance performances

12:25

Opinion

Island games

PETER EDGERTON

...surprise this week, then, when we received not one, but two messages of a quite different nature. They were both asking the same thing. "Hi - will you be showing the Love Island final tomorrow night?" When the first message arrived, I thought it must be

13:29

Local

Twelve F-18 fighter jets fly over Malaga in an Air Force exercise

ignacio lillo

The pilots of the twelve F-18 fighters that took off from Malaga Air Base today took on the role of “potential enemies” in the Dapex 18 exercise which will take place in the Gulf of Cádiz until tomorrow. The purpose was to test the readiness of

17:14

Sport

Kit controversy blights build-up to Spain friendly in Malaga

Daryl Finch

The Spanish national team returns to play at La Rosaleda for the first time in more than five years this weekend, but much of the build-up has surrounded the new kit the side will be wearing, rather than the players wearing it. The new strip, desig

15:31

What to do

In search of Andalucía's most authentic flamenco

Tony Bryant

The four finalists of the fortieth edition of the Concurso de Cante Flamenco Mirando a la Torre will come together to participate in the coveted flamenco singing competition in Alhaurín de la Torre on Saturday (tomorrow). The event, which will

18:07

National

Spain-Portugal border set to reopen on Wednesday

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Spain and Portugal will reopen their borders tomorrow, Wednesday 1 July, after three and a half months closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. They first closed on 17 March and will now reopen ten days after the rest of the Schengen area opened

19:19

Opinion

A lesson and an opportunity

Héctor Barbotta

...famine tomorrow. The current situation, which has affected all sectors but very especially tourism, has shown the risks of "single-crop" economies. But the pandemic has also had another effect: the changes that were already affecting humanity in terms

15:54

LifeStyle

Age Concern responds to rallying call

Tony Bryant

...affects us all and tomorrow it might be you or someone you care about who needs us, so please offer support and help us to continue to provide help where help is needed." For information: 686289904 www.info@ageconcernfym.com

10:11

National

Yellow warning issued ahead of more rain this weekend

Spain's meteorological agency, Aemet, has once again issued yellow weather warnings across the Costa del Sol, Axarquía, Guadalhorce and the Antequera areas, for today (Friday) and tomorrow. The warning follows forecasts of further rain and storms in

19:15

Opinion

Filling groovy

Peter Edgerton

...sanity in no uncertain terms. Back then, I didn't even know where Malaga was, digital cameras hadn't been invented and it had never occurred to me that taking a photo of one's own teeth might one day become an actual thing. Tomorrow, I'm going to see

19:56

Local

La Concepción reservoir drained again as capacity is reached

IGNACIO LILLO

...subtropical crop industries, where La Viñuela reservoir is at just 40 per cent. The Ciudadanos MP for Malaga, Guillermo Díaz, said: "Once again today we are throwing away water that we will miss tomorrow". He blamed a lack of commitment from central

15:01

Local

How to see tonight's supermoon on the Costa del Sol

almudena nogués

A supermoon will be visible throughout the whole of Spain from 6.48pm this evening until 7.33am tomorrow. The moon can be viewed without a telescope or binoculars due to forecast clear skies. It is called a supermoon because the moon shines 30 per

10:29

Gibraltar

Anti-Brexit protest planned in La Línea

Debbie Bartlett

A long-planned anti-Brexit protest in La Línea is still expected to go ahead tomorrow (Saturday), even though the British government and the EU say they have reached agreement over a new withdrawal deal. British MPs will have to approve the deal if

16:52

National

Government closes Valle de los Caídos ahead of Franco's exhumation

MATEO BALÍN

...between Friday 18 and Tuesday 22, according to government sources, following a long legal battle with the former dictator's grandchildren. From tomorrow, Saturday, the complex belonging to National Heritage will be closed to the public for security

12:21

Opinion

Thanks for the ad

Peter Edgerton

Tomorrow afternoon I'll be taking part in an audition for the role of a football manager in a crisp advertisement for television. Yes, you did read that sentence correctly and, yes, my ludicrous life really is that absurd. Now that the pub is ... things are just waiting around for hours on end and drinking tea out of plastic cups, which, let's face it, isn't the worst way to spend a working day. Now then, I wonder if they'll want my best Jürgen Klopp or Pep Guardiola tomorrow. Or, God forbid,

18:59

Sport

The Phenomenon

Rob Palmer

...agreed to get me a pair of size nines and threw some Nikes at me. "He wants them back tomorrow. They're his spares," he said. I couldn't believe that I'd borrowed a pair of boots with Ronaldo's motif sewn into them. Long story short, normally a

15:52

Sport

Fuglsang out to reclaim Vuelta a Andalucía crown after strong start

DARYL FINCH / MARTÍN COLBA

(Friday) third stage. Friday is Jaén’s turn in the spotlight, with the 175.9-kilometre stage crossing terrain between the provincial capital and Úbeda. Granada province features in the penultimate stage tomorrow between Villanueva Mesía and the city of

17:11

What to do

Álora celebrates day in honour of its traditional 'sopa perota'

Tony Bryant

The sixteenth edition of Día de las Sopas Perotas, one of the most popular gastronomic events in the province of Malaga, will take place in Álora tomorrow (Saturday). The festival is held in the Plaza Baja de la Despedía from midday and highlights

16:09

Sport

'An elite athlete can regain their rhythm within two weeks'

BORJA GUTIÉRREZ

...were going back to work tomorrow." And speaking of returning, Enrique Salinas believes that elite athletes "have a great advantage" when it comes to quick adaptation: "This is a skill they have developed over many years as a professional. Just look at

15:00

National

Final campaigning under way before this Sunday's general election

NEIL HESKETH

The political parties are finishing off their national election campaigning today, 8 November, before an official day of reflection as usual tomorrow, Saturday, and then voting on Sunday. The campaigning will have lasted just eight days, a shorter

15:05

Sport

Malaga pick up their first win of pre-season

Antonio Góngora

...side's flow. Alfred N'Diaye also made his return from international duty but was just a spectator as his future remains up in the air. Malaga will play their fifth and final pre-season friendly tomorrow, Saturday, in the Carranza trophy away to Cadiz.

18:09

Opinion

The Hokey Cokey

Jennie Rhodes

...longer has representation in the EU as of tomorrow. For most other aspects of our lives it's business as usual, at least for the rest of 2020. Still, many people on both sides of the divide probably thought we'd never even get this far. I'm reminded

19:20

What to do

The Film Symphony Orchestra arrives in Andalucía

Tony Bryant

...de Asturias Auditorium in Torremolinos on Saturday 16 November (tomorrow). The show will move onto the Palacio de Congresos y Exposiciones in Granada on Sunday 17 November, with further dates in Seville and Jerez de la Frontera in 2020. The orchestra's