Saturday, April 1, 2023

La Cultura

Toledo celebrates El Greco with a town full of exhibitions

On the 400th anniversary of the artist's death, Imogen Calderwood follows the artistic trail of Spain’s most beloved ‘foreigner’ through the backstreets of Toledo

New expat book about exploring Almeria

Kevin Borman’s 'Flamingos in the desert – Exploring Almeria' has been four years in the making

Pageantry, piety and devotion: Being a part of Semana Santa in Sevilla

The world famous Semana Santa in Andalucia's beautiful capital city, Tom Powell attempts to describe the indescribable

Feeling creative? Call for entries for Ronda’s recycled art competition

The innovative new art exhibit will be held at Ronda's Palacio de Congreso on May 17 by volunteer group Ronda Limpia

Q: What has Nerja got to do with Trivial Pursuit? A: It invented it!

How two jobless Canadians in Nerja became millionaires

Toledo marks 400 years since El Greco’s death with largest ever exhibition

Meet the Greek who inspired generations of the world's greatest artists

The best of Spain’s summer festivals

A string of Britain and America's hottest bands will be hitting the Spanish festival scene this summer

Toys are taking over the playroom at CAC Malaga

Artist KAWS' new exhibition is a hit at the Malaga art gallery

Witness Sevilla’s world-famous Semana Santa with Toma Tours

Semana Santa in Sevilla is famed for its incredible spectacle and religious fervour

Artists put best foot forward in Velez-Malaga

300 pairs of shoes form part of art exhibition

Expat author releases latest novel

Jane Finch, of Almeria, hopes 'The Black Widows' will be a success

Marbella DJ brothers headline international music festival

The Wallem Brothers will headline 'This is Ibiza' event in Miami

Sotogrande old boy praises his former teachers on landing star role at Royal Opera House

Former student James Weal performs alongside the world famous Dame Kiri Te Kanawa in La Fille Du Regiment

Malaga film festival gets underway this week

Showcase of the best of Spanish cinema starts on Friday at the Teatro Cervantes

New book reveals web of spies in First World War Spain

During the Great War, Britain’s ambassador to Spain got caught out by a female spy, who was the sister of the man who later inspired dictator Franco

Landscape photography exhibition in Gaucin

Vivienne Whiffen likes to capture the moment ‘when the magic lurks'

Catholic church ‘present distorted historical account’ of Cordoba Cathedral

Secularist petition against phasing out of cathedral's Islamic past.

Whistle Down the Wind to have Spanish debut in Fuengirola

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

Gerard Mortier dies aged 70

Brokeback Mountain opera director was a leading figure at a number of institutions during his career

Bilbao metro station praised for its architecture

Fosteritos Station ranked eighth in the continent for architecture

Scientists begin the hunt for Cervantes in Madrid

Hunt for the Don Quixote author's body gets the go-ahead at the Las Trinitarias convent

Daughter of American author Jerome Mintz continues Casa Viejas tradition

Carla Mintz donates cloth cap to elderly gent in Benalup-Casas Viejas

The Script to headline Gibraltar Music Festival

Hall of Fame band to headline Gibraltar Music Festival

Expat artist enjoys sweet smell of success

After 18 years on the Costa del Sol, Nancy Holt finally unveils her first solo art exhibition

Anarchists to be remembered at Benalup Carnival by visit of Carla Mintz

The daughter of Jerome Mintz, who wrote The Anarchists of Casas Viejas will attend the annual carnival

This old harp of mine!

A French King's harp has been donated to a Malaga museum





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