AUTUMN CULTURAL PROGRAMME 2017 – November

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Friday 3rd

IDO World Show Dance Championships Presentation

Organised by Gibraltar National Dance Organisation – Central Hall, 7pm – free entry. For more info contact [email protected]

Tuesday 7th to Friday 17th

44th Gibraltar International Art Exhibition

Organised by Gibraltar Cultural Services – Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery, 10:30am to 6:30pm weekdays and 10:30am to 1:30pm Saturday – free entry. For more info contact [email protected]

Tuesday 7th to Friday 23rd

Exhibition by Stephen Hermida

Fine Arts Gallery, Casemates, 10am to 6pm Mon to Fri – free entry. For more info contact Fine Arts Gallery on 20052126 or email [email protected]

Wednesday 8th

Poetry Competition Prize Giving

Charles Hunt Room, John Mackintosh Hall, 4.30pm. Winning Entries will be published in The Gibraltar Chronicle. For more info contact [email protected]

Thursday 9th

Museum Lecture

Organised by the Gibraltar Museum –  Charles Hunt Room, John Mackintosh Hall, 7pm – free entry. For more info contact Tyson Holmes on 20074289

Violin Recital

Organised by the Gibraltar Philharmonic Society – The Convent Ballroom, 8pm. For more info contact 20072134 or visit www.philharmonic.gi

Thursday 14th

World Diabetes Day 2017 – Lighting Up of the Moorish Castle in Blue

Organised by Diabetes Gibraltar –  Casemates, 7pm to 8pm – free entry. For more info contact Isabella at [email protected] or mobile 57209000

Wednesday 15th

The Wallace Collection

Organised by the Gibraltar Decorative and Fine Arts Society – Art Lecture by Stephen Duffy – O’Callaghan Elliot’s Hotel, 7:30pm. For more info visit www.nadfas.org/gibraltar

Thursday 16th to 19th

The Gibunco Gibraltar Int’l Literary Festival

10am to 6pm. For more info visit: www.gibraltarliteraryfestival.com

Tuesday 21st to Thursday 30th

Art Exhibition

Organised by Kim Soler – Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery, 9am to 7pm weekdays and 9am to 2pm Saturday – free entry. For more info contact Kim Soler on +34 680445079 or email [email protected]

Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th

That’s Entertainment

Organised by Rock Theatre – John Mackintosh Hall, 8pm – tickets £15-£20. For more info contact Angela Jenkins on mobile +56000756

Friday 24th

Christmas Festival of Lights

Organised by Gibraltar Cultural Services and the Gibraltar Electricity Authority – Featuring song, dance, choirs, arts and crafts, the Christmas Lights switch on and a special appearance by Father Christmas and his elves – John Mackintosh Square, 5:30pm to 8:00pm. For more info contact the Events Department at GCS on 20075669 or email [email protected]

Saturday 25th

Movember

Organised by Prostrate Cancer Support Group – Casemates, 9.30am to 1.30pm. For more info contact Charles Menez on 58009161

Christmas Cake Stall

Organised by Gibraltar Cheshire Homes Support Group – Lobby of Parliament, 10am to 2pm. For more info contact [email protected]

Monday 27th

International Exchange of Digital Images

Organised by the Gibraltar Photographic Society – Viewing of images from Photographic Societies of Edinburgh, Exmouth, Waikato, Johannesburg, Paris and Gibraltar. For more info contact [email protected]

Thursday 30th

Convent Christmas Fair

The Convent – 12pm to 7pm. For more info contact [email protected]

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