Friday, 28 April, 2017

La Cultura

All proceeds from the second annual event will go to local charity La Traina

Domingo is in a stable condition after being hospitalised this weekend

This year’s Starlite festival has an even better bill than last year, writes Giles Brown

Norman Cook, AKA Fatboy Slim, is to headline this year's Territorios Festival tomorrow

British songwriter pens ode to the nerve-centre of the Guadalhorce Valley

Major retrospective of Salvador Dali launches in the capital

Pupils to learn about famous author and expat Gerald Brenan

A play based on Earnest Hemingway’s first novel, The Sun Also Rises, has now opened in the UK

London's Courtauld Gallery to display pieces from 1901

Artwork donated to church in Andalucia auctioned to raise much-needed funds

Written by an Almeria Film Festival insider, new book reveals all about the Hollywood stars that attended the event

The famous fashionista goes Spanish for latest racy shoot with famous matador Jose Mari Manzanares

To mark 100 years of Spanish anarchism, the Olive Press lets you in on a valuable source to read-up on the subject and many other Spanish topics

Sketches of Spain by Federico Garcia Lorca (translated from Spanish by Peter Bush with illustrations by Julian Bell) - review by Ian Gibson

British artists' work celebrating the female spirit goes on display in Andalucia

Paul Preston described David Haycock's book as 'totally wrong'

John H. Elliott describes the difficulties of writing about Spain's history in his latest book: History in the Making

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

Spanish artist's Langosta y gato (Lobster and Cat) will be on display in Malaga after being in New York’s Guggenheim Museum since 1991

With Halloween just around the corner, Gemma Wilson checks under the bed for some of Spain’s most spine-tingling myths and legends

The Blood Puzzle is inspired by the writer's experiences of Barcelona's working docks in the 1980s

Post-traumatic stress syndrome and the Moors murders are just two of the themes tackled at this international festival, now in its seventh year

EXCLUSIVE: Trained by the ‘Pirate’ Padilla, British matador Alexander Fiske-Harrison argues that as the ‘national fiesta’ returns to Spanish TV, bullfighting is more popular than ever… and we Anglo-Saxons are big hypocrites to oppose it

Following Benidorm's recent slating in the British press, Mason Jones looks at other Spanish resorts suffering from an image problem

With gold at a four-month high, Rund Abdelfatah explores the ways in which you can turn your trinkets into treasure

Elizabeth Gould explores the hidden charms of Sotogrande’s shops


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