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Friday, February 24, 2017

#DEXA-TE DE MERDAS – Reliving romance after failed love

How often is it that hours of trivial conversations over a bottle of wine with friends on the ‘emotional baggage’ we all carry can...

ROBIN HOOD & THE THREE KINGS – Nadine talks panto and...

Oh no, she didn’t! Oh yes, she did! After some twenty years spent consolidating the pantomime tradition in Gibraltar with the Trafalgar Theatre Group,...

FUSING CULTURES – Driss Alaoui Mdaghri – Come to my Home

In this ever changing world, peace and comprehension among nations is at a breaking point. Right wing political movements have sprung up to save...

PUNK & COUNTRY – The Undesirables 141

Around three years ago a Gibraltarian super group was formed under the name ‘The Undesirables 141’ to bring a new musical genre with old...

BY HOOK OR BY BOOK – Paysage to India

words | Elena Scialtiel     photos | Stelios Kyriakides Spending time, buying time, wasting time: funny how the English language shares the same verbs to...

ROCK ILLUSION – Gibraltar’s first International Magic Festival

Magic is one of the oldest performing arts still in existence. Illusionists, sometimes incorrectly accredited with paranormal activity and sorcery, appear in many written...

WHAT THE FUNK?! – MalFUNKtion

words | Elena Scialtiel Expect razzmatazz with funky quartet MalFUNKtion, who were the true sensation of recent autumnal musical nights after an intense summer of...

METRO MOTEL – Music with the double M

  words | Elena Scialtiel Released this month, ‘Un día más’ is Metro Motel’s new musical video about everyday life struggles, titled after the slogan for...

JEREMY SPOKEN – Gabriel Moreno launches his ninth book

  words | Elena Scialtiel Fresh from his appearance at the Gibunco Literary Festival, local poet and singer songwriter Gabriel Moreno is applying the finishing touches to...

OF MONKEYS AND MEN – The Hoo’s who of Gibraltar society...

  words | Elena Scialtiel A first for Gibraltar, a comic folio that can be spread into ‘ape-oster’ (read: a poster) with jokes and facts about...