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13:09

LifeStyle

21 June 1805: The legendary bandit El Tempranillo is born

JENNIE RHODES

However, in what is widely believed to be an act of revenge, El Tempranillo was fatally injured while pursuing another bandit, El Barbarello, in September 1833. He was buried in the church of the village of Alameda where his tomb can still be seen today.

19:24

Travel

The Directory: The Balearics

Andrew Forbes

MALLORCA: OD Port Portals OD Hotels is renowned for its comprehensive calendar of cultural, culinary and social events for guests and locals alike - and OD Port Portals certainly shares that commitment to help guests connect with their destinat

17:24

LifeStyle

"Everyone on Broadway is so excited about Antonio Banderas’ Soho project"

Regina sotorrío / Rachel Haynes

...version of the musical which will open his new theatre in Malaga in October, she didn’t hesitate. –What do you think about Antonio Banderas’ project to open his own theatre in his home city? –I think it’s the most exciting thing I’ve heard in many, ... world, to be able to open in a new theatre, and also to have the famous Antonio Banderas in the show, is extraordinary. I don’t think he had to do much to convince me. –What’s it like working with Antonio Banderas? –Well, we haven’t started the ... because I think Antonio Banderas really respected the fact that I’ve been doing this for 45 years. Of course, he had his opinions also - he’s a producer. In the end the most important thing is that we got the best cast for our show. –What level of talent

17:36

LifeStyle

Ute Lemper: "Being a free spirit is part of my identity"

REGINA SOTORRÍO / RACHEL HAYNES

...plays to music and compositions - yes they probably come from a broken heart. What's the link between Philip Glass, Pablo Neruda and Kurt Weill? All three appear in your work. I would say, first of all, a broken heart. But also thoughts about ... society, circumstances of life... They are a reflection of the way the human takes the initiative to actually create a change either with literature or with political action. You've said that this project is the fruit of sleepless nights. What keeps you ... awake at night? (Laughs) Personally, there's a bunch of things that keep me awake - my seven-year-old kicking me in the back, or the dog barking... But obviously what I'm talking about with sleepless nights, is that at night time stands still and

13:16

Gibraltar

8 June 1969: Franco closes Gibraltar border

DEBBIE BARTLETT

On 8 June 1969 Spain closed the border with Gibraltar. The decision came when General Franco was angered at the prospect of Gibraltar's new Constitution. He feared this would negatively effect Spain's sovereignty claim over the Rock, which had been c

13:09

LifeStyle

31 May 1987: World No Tobacco Day is launched

LUCY NEWBY

In 1987, the World Health Assembly passed a resolution calling for 31 May each year to be World No Tobacco Day (WNTD). The day's primary goal is to raise awareness of the health risks associated with tobacco use and encourage both governments and

15:59

What to do

A walk through millions of Lego pieces

CLAUDIA SAN MARTÍN

At the biggest Lego exhibition in Europe anything is possible. The show opened last Sunday at its new home in Malaga's Muelle Uno marina area and saw long queues of visitors waiting to see the models for themselves. INFORMATION What. Giant Lego

15:53

What to do

Summer nights in Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

The dolmens, El Torcal, the Alcazaba and the Peña de los Enamorados will be open for many different activities and theatrical tours during the summer for this year's Luz de la Luna festival which began in Antequera last Friday and will run until 14 S

15:48

What to do

Promoting the cultural importance of the art of flamenco

Tony Bryant

The Picasso Museum in Malaga will host the fourth edition of the Flamenco EÑE Festival from Thursday 27 until Saturday 29 June. Organised by the SGAE Foundation, with the collaboration of the Picasso Museum, the festival aims to promote the cultural

15:45

What to do

International artists take part in Festiarte Marbella

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...he Festival Internacional de Arte 'Festiarte' will bring paintings, photography and sculpture to Avenida del Mar in Marbella. Until 23 June, around a hundred artists will be participating in the event as well as art galleries such as Valmar, Mosayk