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THE COVID-19 lockdown has inspired an exhibition of creations with building blocks game LEGO as cultural personalities are rewarded.
THE annual Gibraltar Drama Festival will take place at Ince's Hall from March 15 to 20, with or without a live audience, said the government.
UK street artist Jupp will be adapting the work of Gustavo Bacarisas to bring to life empty walls around the British Territory.
A competitive exhibition that looks at the identity of Gibraltar through art and photos will show throughout this year's national festivities.
GALLERIES are next to close and culture goes online in Gibraltar after the Coronavirus pandemic grows to ten total cases in the British territory.
Zulaika Vallance wins top prize in Gibraltar Young Art Competition 2020 with her piece, 'How People With Dwarfism Were Represented In The 1600s'
WITH children playing more video games and watching films than ever, World Book Day will try to put reading back on the map with activities for kids.
David Paravayan took down some of the best in the world at the Caleta Hotel to reach the play-off final where he beat Hao Wang to collect a cool £30,000.
Young chess star David Paravyan from Russia won the Gibraltar International Chess festival after a thrilling final against Hao Wang from China.
Israeli startups could help soften Brexit business blow by using Gibraltar as ‘stepping stone’ to UK
Israeli companies could help Gibraltar overcome the Brexit fallout, the Gibraltar-Israel Chamber of Commerce has claimed.
An orphan who was brought up by a Gibraltar charity in Morocco has visited the Rock for the first time to perform as a musician.
A discussion held by the Ministry of Equality on the traditional roles of women and men in fairy tales packed out the Garrison Library.
A night of revelry brought together two cultures in Gibraltar as Moroccan musicians performed at a local gallery of modern art to a lively crowd.
Ongoing restoration of the Garrison Library has revealed a whole new floor which had been concealed by concrete for nearly a century.
The receiver of the award of Cultural Ambassador spoke his love plays, analysing controversial topics and what would be his legacy.