Sunday, September 23, 2018

Happy Birthday for drama fans

The International Theatre Studio (ITS) will treat San Pedro audiences to two one-act plays from March 23

Miguel de Cervantes journeyed around Andalucia collecting taxes

New research has tracked the 16th century author’s own Don Quixote-esque voyage of Andalucia

A day of San Fermin

After eight hours on a night bus and a crack-of-dawn train from Madrid, Lance Rutkin pitches up in Pamplona, to witness the passion of those who run with the bulls

Andalucia nuns pay €100,000 fine to Junta for ‘illegal’ organ restoration

THE Junta culture ministry has fined Sevilla nuns €102,000 for restorating a 17th century organ without permission.  It comes after the Santa Ines convent in...

Whistle Down the Wind to have Spanish debut in Fuengirola

Andrew Lloyd Webber classic will run for a week at Salon Varieties Theatre

Kaiser Chiefs heading to Costa del Sol for August gig

Indie stars to play Torremolinos' El Pozuelo football ground

Larry Fink on show in Almeria

Work by the top US photographer is on display at the Centro Andaluz de la Fotografia until July 15

Rudimental to headline Soulfrito Festival on Costa del Sol

Miami's Soulfrito Festival coming to Estepona in July

Saxon to headline HardnHeavy rock festival in Gibraltar

The festival on June 27 celebrates its tenth anniversary

The British teenage anarchist who tried to kill Franco with explosives hidden under granny’s sweater

The scale of his repression, torture and murder made him a natural target for political campaigns and the morally aware, writes Alastair Stewart.

The ‘most beautiful music festival in the world’ is back in Spain’s Andalucia this summer

PAUSE festival returns this month with five nights of open-air music and art in the spectacular mountain setting of the serranía de Ronda. Around...

Spain’s very own Banksy

Josh Taylor documents works by mystery street artist ‘El Nino de las Pinturas’, who has spent years brightening up Granada’s white walls

Spain to declare pets as ‘beings’ and not ‘objects’ in landmark ruling

THE Partido Popular will submit a change to the country's civil code today to declare pets as 'beings' rather then 'objects'.  The change will protect...

UK beats Spain as second best tourist destination in the world by TripAdvisor

London came in second place while Barcelona was fifth after millions took part in the poll

Police uncover 36 Egyptian artefacts in Valencia

Guardia Civil recover 36 Egyptian artefacts valued at €300,000

Pope meets with Spanish transsexual

Pope holds meeting with a transsexual after being denounced by his priest as ‘the devil’s daughter’

London’s Globe puts on first Spanish play

Lope de Vega's Punishment without Revenge will show for five performances in London

Tuesday the 13th: A day of bad luck and misfortune in Spain

The myth of Tuesday the 13th haunts Spaniards just as Friday the 13th looms over the rest of us

Miro drops in to Estepona

Posters by Catalan artist Miro are on display on the Costa del Sol

Biggest bullfighting protest takes place in Madrid

Protesters rallied to stop the sport

Puigdemont arrives in Denmark despite arrest threat being issued from Madrid

The trip comes a day after Spain's Supreme court said it would 'immediately' issue an arrest warrant if he travels to Denmark. 

WATCH: Glossy video sells Marbella’s San Pedro as perfect holiday hotspot at FITUR tourism convention in Spain MARBELLA'S San Pedro de Alcantara has sold itself as the perfect family holiday in a new high-gloss video. The two-and-a-half minute clip is being presented...

Instagram or HP sauce: The brand favourites that define Brexit voters

The Remain brands are seen as progressive and visionary

Cudeca president Joan Hunt honoured with Andalucia Day award

Andalucia Day takes place on Saturday 28

Spotify reveals Spaniards love Reggaeton music best

Spain's top tune is by Juan Magan

Ex-pope of Palmarian church admits ‘it’s all a sham’

‘Pope’ of bizarre anti-music, anti-jeans-wearing sect admits it’s all a sham


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