Gibraltar’s Straight-Talking Podcast

Many a millennial now walks among us plugged into their podcast's latest episode. The dulcet tones of their favourite hosts accompany them on their...

MAKING THEM WEEP – Mark Dallison: feels good to be baddie!

“Maybe because I am tall, maybe because of my pulling faces, maybe because of my ornate Captain Hook costume, but it worked! I scared...

It’s a Coco Life

Stylos Dance Studios are presenting their new original show at the John Mackintosh Hall during the first week in April, involving close to one...

PLAYFUL HEALING – Too much drama in your life? Act it...

The first fully qualified dramatherapist in Gibraltar, Nyree Turnock Robinson is introducing the local community to a novel mental hygiene method applied in schools,...

Luis Emmitt-Stern: True Blue

  Teen playwright premieres adult black comedy. Audiences were treated to a sparkling gem of original theatre on the last weekend of summer holidays with All...

PERFORMING WITH YALTA PONS

Amongst the dance group or academy directors, for me, one name instantly springs to mind – Yalta Pons. Since the early 90s she and...

LIFE IN A WHEELCHAIR – When there’s Wheels, there is a...

A way around it. Maybe the long way around it, but eventually people with disabilities will find the way to override hurdles, and that...

SAMANTHA IN CHARACTER – From ‘Constellations’ to ‘Contractions’

Last year’s Drama Festival revelation Samantha Barrass returns to tread the prestigious boards this month in the Trafalgar Theatre Group production ‘Contractions’, a one-act...

FROM DANCE TO THEATRE – Erica relishes the stage

A versatile performer who can feel equally at ease with dancing, her first and lifelong passion, and acting, her relatively newfound talent, Erica McGrail...

Miss Gibraltar: New Directions

What made you want to get involved with this year’s Miss Gibraltar pageant, and how did it come about? After nearly 25 years of directing...