spring festival May


Monday 1st May: 11am – 6pm

May Day Celebrations
Organised by Gibraltar Cultural Services, Featuring: After Hours, Heritage, Layla Rose Band, Gibraltar Youth Choir, Show Dance Company, Stylos Dance Studios and a Fun Day for all the Family, Casemates Square

Tuesday 2nd onwards: 11am – 3pm

Gibraltar Exhibition of Modern Art Gallery, GEMA

Montagu Bastion, Line Wall Road, Free

Tuesday 2nd to Thursday 4th, 7:30pm Performance on 4th May 7pm

A Little Mermaid’s Tale

Organised by Transition Dance Academy, Tickets priced at £12 from The Base, 295B Main Street, more info at Transition Dance Academy Facebook page, John Mackintosh Hall Theatre

Wednesday 3rd to Wednesday 17th: 10am – 6pm

Aaron Seruya Art Exhibition

For further info, contact 20052126 or email: [email protected], Fine Arts Gallery, Casemates Square

Thursday 4th to Saturday 6th

Gibraltar International Comic-Con

Organised by Sunbow Projects, Gibraltar International Comic-Con, is a multi-genre entertainment and comic convention held here for the first time, for more info, visit: www.gibraltarinternationalcomiccon.com, King Bastion Leisure Centre

Saturday 6th: 10am to 2pm

Gibraltar National Team Dance Presentation

Organised by the Gibraltar National Dance Organisation, Lobby of Parliament

10am to 6pm

RGP Fun Day in aid of Calpe House

Organised by the Royal Gibraltar Police & Gibraltar Defence Police, For more info contact: 20048013, Casemates Square

10am – 3pm

Arts & Crafts Market

Casemates Square

12 noon

Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square


Gibraltar International Song Festival

For more info visit www.gibraltarsongfestival.com or contact John Jones at [email protected], Tercentenary Sports Hall

Wednesday 10th: 9am – 3pm

Gibraltar Health Authority Awareness Campaign

Organised by GHA, Lobby of Parliament

10am -3pm

Annual Royal Naval Field Gun Run

Organised by the Royal Gibraltar Regiment For more info contact: Claire Talbot on 20055722, Casemates Square

4:30pm to 8pm

Ocean Village Health Club Open Day

Organised by Ocean Village Health Club Trial classes, prize draw, Spa treatments, For more info visit: www.oceanvillagehealthclub.gi, Ocean Village

Thursday 11th and Friday 12th: 7:30pm

Art Dance Platform 2017

Organised by Art In Movement, For more info contact: Art In Movement Facebook page, John Mackintosh Hall Theatre

Friday 12th to Sunday 14th: 12pm onwards

PDC Gibraltar Darts Trophy

Organised by the Ministry of Sport, Tickets on sale from buytickets.gi and available at the door, For more info contact: Ministry of Sports at 20047592 or [email protected], Tercentenary Sports Hall

Saturday 13th: 9am

Med Steps 5 Challenge

Organised by Gibraltar Prison Service, Fundraising event in aid of Cancer Relief, Entrance fee £10. Registration as from 8am, For more info visit their Facebook page: Med Steps 5 Challenge

Saturday 13th: 9am – 5pm

Annual Mental Health Awareness Family Fun Day

Yellow Day – Organised by Clubhouse Gibraltar, Includes the Mental Health Walk along Main Street, For more info contact Tania Aguilar on email: [email protected], Casemates Square

10am to 3pm

Arts & Crafts Market

Casemates Square

10.30am to 2:30pm

Junior Dog Show

Organised by The Rotary Club of Gibraltar, Competition entry fee £5, For more info contact email: [email protected] or Joani Bicknell on 00447849402770 / 0034608281951, John Mackintosh Square

12 noon

Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square

Monday 15th to Friday 19th

Gibraltar Photo Festival

Organised by the Gibraltar Digital Photography Club, For more info contact: [email protected] or call 58350000, Airport Terminal, Port Terminal, Casemates Square, Alameda Gardens

9:30am – 9:30pm

Spring Gibraltar Flower Show

Organised by Gibraltar Horticultural Society, For more info contact: 54040022, John Mackintosh Hall

Tuesday 16th, 8:00pm

A Celebration of Opera

Arranged on behalf of the Ministry of Culture by the Gibraltar Philharmonic Society, Tickets at £20 on sale as from from Sacarello’s Coffee Shop, Irish Town and the Silver Shop at 222 Main Street. A limited amount of tickets at £10 for Senior Citizens and Students available from the John Mackintosh Hall reception, For more info visit ww.philharmonic.gi or contact +350 200 72134, The Convent Ballroom

Wednesday 17th: 7.30pm

Illustrated Art Lecture by Jeremy Black ‘The Grand Tour’

Organised by the Gibraltar Decorative and Fine Arts Society, For more info contact Claus Olesen on 20002024, O’Callaghan Eliott Hotel

Friday 19th: 7:30pm

I Dance

Organised by Urban Dance, Tickets at £15 on sale from 8th May at Urban Dance Studio between 5pm to 7pm, For more info contact 54012212, John Mackintosh Hall Theatre

Saturday 20th: 9am to 6pm

Gibraltar International Classic & Vintage Car Rally

Organised by the Gibraltar Classic Vehicle Association, Drive up Main Street and around Gibraltar approx.1pm, Casemates Square

9.30am onwards

28th Annual Heritage Painting Competition

Organised by the Gibraltar Heritage Trust, The Theme for 2017 is Wellington Front, Registration to take place on the day from 9.30am on site, For more info contact the Heritage Trust on 20042844 or check their website: www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi

10am – 6pm

Museum Open Day

Free Entrance, Gibraltar Museum, Bomb House Lane

Saturday 20th: 10am – 3pm

Arts & Crafts Market

Casemates Square

10:30am – 2:30pm

Christian Aid Book and Food Stall

Organised by Christian Aid, Cathedral, Main Street


Freedom of the City to the Royal Anglian Regiment

Organised by HQ British Forces and the Mayor’s Office, John Mackintosh Square

12 noon

Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square

Sunday 21st: 10am to 2pm

EY Relay for Children

Organised by EY in aid of Wobbles Charity, For more info contact: [email protected], Casemates Square

Monday 22nd to Friday 26th

Young Shakespeare Company

Sponsored by the John Mackintosh Hall Trust and the Parasol Foundation, School performances only at John Mackintosh Hall Theatre

Tuesday 23rd: 6.30pm

Spring Visual Art Exhibition

Official Opening & Prize Giving, by invitation only, Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery

Wednesday 24th: 6:00pm

Book Launch “Shaking the Dandelions” by Mary Chiappe

A new ‘whodunit comic’, For more info contact [email protected], Fine Arts Gallery

Wednesday 24th May to Saturday 3rd June: 10.30am to 6.30pm

Spring Visual Art Exhibition

Free Entrance, Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery, Casemates

Thursday 25th: 8pm

Van Gogh in Provence

Organised by Group 2000 in collaboration with Gibraltar Cultural Services, For more info contact [email protected], John Mackintosh Hall, Charles Hunt Room

Saturday 27th: 9am – 2pm

Save Gibraltar Street Cats Fundraising Event

Organised by Save Gibraltar Street Cats Charity, For more info contact: [email protected], Lobby of Parliament

10am to 3pm

Arts & Crafts Market

Casemates Square

12 noon

Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square

Tuesday 30th May to Friday 30th June: 9:30am – 9:30pm

Brightmed Art Exhibition with Members of FAA

Organised by Gibraltar Productions, For more info contact: [email protected], John Mackintosh Hall

Tuesday 30th May to 8th June: 9:30 am to 9:30pm

The Nautilus Project Poster Competition Exhibition

Organised by The Nautilus Project, Prize giving will take place on 8th June to coincide with World Ocean Day, For more info contact: [email protected], John Mackintosh Hall

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