YOU can’t deny that Gibraltarians get about.
While artist Christian Hook is signed on for a Sky Arts series and creates a Scottish ‘masterpiece’, Jonathan Lutwyche is training to dance at a prestigious New York academy.
Family-trained cook Justin Bautista meanwhile, has put Gib on the food map and is it some strange coincidence that the Pope’s translator is – you guessed it – a Gibraltarian too.
The Rock may be small, but it is a perfectly formed melting pot of ideas, first-rate education and heaps of ambition.
Maybe it’s something in the water but one thing’s for sure… young, inspirational Gibraltarians are on a roll, and may the upward trend continue.
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