11 March 2015 to 28 March 2015

Duet Art Exhibition

An exhibition of works by Cynthia Eagle and Maribel Matthews

Venue: Fine Arts Gallery, Casemates Square

Cynthia and Maribel decided to team up and hold a joint exhibition. They have very contrasting styles and should make an interesting experience for the viewer. 

23 March 2015 to 28 March 2015

Gibraltar International Drama Festival


The Ministry of Culture, in conjunction with the Gibraltar Cultural Services, is pleased to announce that the 2015 Gibraltar Drama Festival will take place between Monday 23rd and Saturday 28th March 2015. A total of 12 plays will be presented as follows:

Monday 23rd March 2015 – 8pm

Bayside Comprehensive School

1.  Bayside and Westside Drama Group presents: ‘To Touch the Face of God’ an original drama by Julian Felice.

2.  Bayside and Westside Drama Group presents: ‘Utrecht’ an original drama by Julian Felice.

Tuesday 24th March 2015 – 8pm

Ince’s Hall Theatre

Junior Night

1.  Santos Productions Academy presents: ‘Meet the Twits’ a non-competitive entry by infant players. Short play by Roald Dahl adapted by David Wood.

2.  Santos Productions Academy presents: ‘Body Talk’, a play by Andy Rashleigh.

3.  BUDS presents: ‘Time Travellers’, an original play by Jackie Villa and St Anne’s Middle School pupils.

Wednesday 25th March 2015 – 8pm

Ince’s Hall Theatre

1.  Trafalgar Theatre Group presents: ‘Shoot/Get Treasure Part 1’,an adult drama by Mark Ravenhill. 

2.  Trafalgar Theatre Group presents: ‘Shoot/Get Treasure Part 2’, a adult drama by Mark Ravenhill. 

Thursday 26th March 2015 – 8pm

Ince’s Hall Theatre

1.  Rock Theatre presents: ‘Return Journey’, a drama by Dylan Thomas.

2.  Medway Little Theatre Youth Company from the UK presents: ‘Yorrick’ a comedy by Bob Cooke.

3.  Rock Theatre presents: ‘All’s Well That Ends As You Like It’ a coarse comedy by Michael Green.

Friday 27th March 2015 – 8pm

Ince’s Hall Theatre

1.  Santos Productions Academy presents: ‘Who Cares?’ an original drama byChristian Santos.

2.  Hamdram Theatre Company from the UK presents: ‘Ringside’ a comedy by Bob Cooke.

Saturday 28th March 2015 – 8pm

Ince’s Hall Theatre

GALA NIGHT – Final presentation of three plays selected by the Adjudicator to provide a balanced evening’s entertainment, followed by the awards ceremony by the Minister for Culture, The Hon Steven Linares.

The Adjudicator will give a short delivery about each performance at the end of every evening.

Tickets for the festival will be on sale on weekdays at the John Mackintosh Hall as from Monday 2nd March 2015 between 9.30am and 4.30pm. During performance days, tickets will be on sale at the venue between 6.30pm and 8pm. Tickets are priced as follows:

Performance – £5.00

Gala Night – £10.00 

Season Ticket - £ 25.00

For any further information please contact the Events Department, Gibraltar Cultural Services on 20067236 or email:

25 March 2015 to 03 April 2015

Divergencia Cromatica Painting Exhibition

Venue: John Mackintosh Hall


Born in Tangier, Cristina spent time as a resident of La Línea (Cádiz) before setting in Zaragoza where she still lives today.

Her works, her expresión of colour, are generally a result her visits to the south of Spain. Cristina currently prefer the abstract expressionism of “action painting” as well as themes that create an intense fusion of the sky, clouds and the sea. This current period focuses on divergent expresión, adding to divergente a sense creativity and imagination through which the painting has to reflect an expresión of the subconcious that provokes a random search, always in a positive sense, and offers a meeting point for the diversity of inconscious opinions.

Cristina´s tratment of curves and the intense vivacity of the colours in her works together create a kind of blend of happines and relaxation.

Self-taught, she follows a line drawn out by artist such as Zao Wou Ki, Viola, Reinhard, Rothko and the great expressionists of the 20th Century...In her period closest to the great expressionist, she follows in the footsteps of Rothko, creating the coded trilogy that goes by the name “Remembering”as she had done previously with Zao Wou Ki, and Orus, expressed on a large scala format.

. Her Chinese-influence black works Intend to bring red and white thereads out from a dark background, testifying the contrasted feeling of colour.

. The sea is an constant element around Cristina, she cannot be without it especially when she reflects in her work the breezes of the Straits, bringing back memories of days sailling in the Mediterranean, memories impregnated with images of breaking waves.

. In her “block trilogy” she manifests the polyhedric decomposition of personality in the contemplation of colour.

. Her sparkling works reflect more than any other her divergent expression. Believing the power of converting a canvas into an action painting she is almost overwhelmed by inspiration. By combining a trilogy of white, red and black, she manages to break down the preconception of convergente.

. Sometimes, when particulary inspired, Cristina creates works with an abundante of colour which flows through cascades overflowing with creative expresión conceived through the medioum of the brush, all achieved without any pre-established lines of thought.

Cristina de Mena has participated in many gatherings and exhibitions and her work can be found in following places as well as many others:

Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores de España, Gobierno de Gibraltar, Ministerio de Educación (Angola), Fundacion Oscus (República Dominicana), Fundación San  Valero, Fundación CPA Salduie, Lloyds TSB, Central Cajalón, SEAS, Fine Arts Gallery, Hotel Boston, Hotel Diagonal Plaza,  Consorcio de Abogados de Aragón, Gibraltar, Universidad San Jorge, Ayuntamientos Tarazona, Villanueva y Salillas, andPrivates collections.   00  34  646 21  91  21


27 March 2015

New Orleans Jazz Dinner

Venue: Sunborn Gibraltar Yacht Hotel, Ocean Village Marina. 

Time: 20.00 hrs

Back by popular request, at the Sky Restaurtant. 

For further information please contact Tel: +350 16923

St Andrews Church,

Governors Parade

10:00 hours - 14:00 hours  entrance £1

Whatever the weather our March edition of the Craft & Collectors Fair will see an eclectic mix of stalls, offering everything from traditional collectables, antiques and bric-a-brac to original arts and crafts.

You will be able to find silverware, jewellery, cards for every occasion, coins and stamps, dolls house items, books and jigsaw puzzles.

As usual you can enjoy delicious home-baked cakes, and sandwiches in the lounge at very reasonable prices.

Stalls available @ £10 to include table and cloth.

For further information please call 540 23 166.

28 March 2015

Atrevida Party

Venue: Dusk, Nightclub and Cocktail Terrace, Ocean Village
Start Time: 23:00 hours
Go go dancers, DJs and entertainment
Free entrance
Contact details: +350 200 60330 / +34 615417764 email: and
Reunited in celebrating the 1st anniversary of the enactment of Civil Partnerships.
Atrevida events has been formed to cater for the LGTB market in Gibraltar and nearby areas, this is the second event organised with the generous assistance of The Gibraltar Government and especially Minister for Equality, Tourism and Social Services, Samantha Sacramento.  Steven from Atrevida says, 'We intend to hold this celebration every year, but our main aim is to  attract to Gibraltar tourism from the LGTB market to take advantage of our special licence granted in which people from the same sex can sign up to  civil partnership in Gibraltar with our hassle free procedure.'

Our increasingly popular Cheese Making and Wine Tasting Workshop.

Would you like to learn and take part in the ancient art of cheese making by crafting your own cheese to take away with you and well sampling some excellent wines and artisan cheese?

Reserve a space today at My Wines shop or e-mail

Charity Horse Racing Night

Venue: Laguna Social Club, 34B Laguna Estate

Time: 8.00pm

Proceeds of the night will go to Diabetes Gibraltar, The scouts Association and Calpe House.

For further information please contact Tel: +350 20044114

29 March 2015 to 01 April 2015

Gibraltar Football Association

Youth Development Tournament

Venue: Victoria Stadium, Bayside Road.

Entrance Free

01 April 2015

Comedy night

Venue: My Wines, 7 Chatham Counterguard

Time: 19:00 hrs

Comedian, jokers plain old funny people, we call upon you to join us for a night of fun and laughter. Starting at 8pm and after a few drinks and loss of inhibitions, we shall pass the Mac around to any willing to share a joke. Bring friends, bring family but make sure 1 or more of you have a gift. No one will be put on the spot only volunteer comedians. WARNING this will be a no holds barred anything goes evening so if you are sensitive about any issues this might not be for you. Lets all  be fools this Aprils Fools Day.

Book your table today.

05 April 2015

Easter Sunday Brunch

Venue: Sunborn Hotel.

Time: 1pm.
Sunday Brunch with egg painting.
Competition for kids and meeting out Easter Bunny.
For bookings please contact: + 350 20016923

09 April 2015

Buckets of Pumps

Venue: John Mackintosh Hall, 308 Main Street.
A talk will be delivered by Mr Jason Mesilio, on the History of the Fire Service .
Admission is free and open to the general public. Time: 1900 hours

On the 10th Anniversary of the first ‘Walk to the Top of the Rock’ MH Bland and Deloitte have joined forces to reignite this popular event that first took place in 2005.  Over the years we have seen the event grow with many companies joining us on this challenge. 

Again we are supporting the worthy cause of Cancer Research in memory of Joey Gabay who sadly lost his battle against Sarcoma in 2012.  It is our hope that this year will be the most successful yet in order to raise as much money as possible and create awareness and the need for early detection.

The walk from John Mackintosh Square, Main Street to the Top of the Rock (Cable Car top station) . Registration will begin at 10:00hrs and we will set off at 11:00hrs. 

Participation is £10.00 per person which includes entry fee, Cable Car return & BBQ at the Top of the Rock plus a t-shirt (while stocks last). 

We would like to encourage you as a company to join us in this family event.

11 April 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

The Gibraltar Philharmonic Society is glad to announce that it will continue its 2014/2015 season with a recital by pianist Elena Bashkirova on 14th April 2015 at The Convent Ballroom commencing at 20:00 hours, the concert is sponsored by the Parasol Foundation.

“Bashkirova herself represents an impressive role model as a pianist who smartly animates every sound with figurative language and life,” the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung wrote about pianist Elena Bashkirova, who was born in Moscow and studied at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in her father’s (Dimitrij Bashkirov) master class, himself a famous pianist and teacher.

Elena Bashkirova handles the Classical and Romantic repertoire as well as the music of the 20th century. She regularly performs with famous orchestras such as the Hamburg Philharmonic Orchestra and the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, the NDR Symphony, the Gürzenich Orchestra Cologne, Berlin's Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester and Konzerthausorchester, the Dresden Philharmonic, the Orchestre de Paris, the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo, the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, the Spanish National Orchestra, the Gulbenkian Foundation Orchestra as well as the Chicago, Dallas and Houston Symphonies.

In 1998, Elena Bashkirova founded the International Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival. In her position as Artistic Director, she creates an annual chamber music event featuring international artists. Since its foundation, the festival has become an important part of Israel’s cultural life. Moreover, the Jerusalem Chamber Music Festival’s appearances are among the pantheon of highly regarded chamber music performances, thrusting it beyond Israel’s borders and onto the world’s musical map. In April 2012, a German partner festival was founded, located at the Jewish Museum Berlin. The concerts are highly esteemed by its audience. The journalist Julia Spinola writes in the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, "It is a combination of her musical enthusiasm and her down-to-earth pragmatism what makes the artist Elena Bashkirova so compelling."

W. A. Mozart    Fantasy in C minor K. 475
W. A. Mozart    Sonata in C minor K. 457
F. Liszt    Ballade No. 2 in B minor S. 171
I. Albéniz    5 Cantos de España op. 232 

Tickets priced at £20 are available from Sacarello’s coffee shop – restaurant in Irish Town and The Silver Shop at 222 Main Street or directly from the Society by telephone on  + 350 200 72134. A limited number of tickets at £10 are available to senior citizens and students via the John Mackintosh Hall at 308 Main Street.  Further information available from telephone: + 350 200 72134 or     

Val Woodgate wowed us with Salvador Dalli, and now she is back, this time to lecture about Picasso .

Picasso told his biographer, John Richardson, that his work was like a diary " To understand it, you have to see how it mirrors my life".

This lecture examines the way Picasso's emotional life influenced what he painted and how he painted it.

His response to each new love in his life can be seen in the different styles in which his many woman were represented.

Val is a lecturer and guide in Tate Britain, Tate Modern, and for Tate on cruises.

An opportunity not to be missed for art lovers and in particular Picasso enthusiasts.

Gibraltar DFAS  at The O'Callaghan Eliott Hotel  April 15th 2015 Welcome 18.30 hours, Lecture 19.30 hours, Guests welcome, £10.00 at the door


18 April 2015

Ethan Rocca

Venue; My Wines, 7 Chatham Counterguard
Time: 21:00 hrs

A unique intimate night.  We have local guest and uprising star Ethan Rocca who will entertain us with a selection of 
popular covers


19 April 2015

3rd Fun Run

The 3rd Annual STM Group 5km & 10km Fun Run in support of Gibraltar's Guardian Angel Foundation.

Both runs start from Casemates at 10am (with assembly from 9.30), a 10km route will see competitors run all the way around the Rock, and a shorter 5km circuit will take other participants on a run through the town.

As well as prizes awarded for the fastest finishers in both races, fastest teams and best overall fancy dress, we hope to once again be able to present many more awards. If you or your company would like to donate a prize for a particular category, please contact the team ‘Extra’ categories from last year included: fastest pet, fastest pram and final finisher.

Online Entry Form:

Sponsorship Form - all monies raised to go to guardian angel foundation:

Entry fees are as follows:
10k Run: £10 entry if paid in advance (or an entry fee of £15 on the day)
5k Run: £5 entry if paid in advance (or an entry fee of £10 on the day)
Children aged 12 and under pay £3 to take part in either run

Event t-shirts can be purchased in advance (latest orders 3 April) for £5, however should you raise in excess of £25 for the Guardian Angel Foundation, your t-shirt is completely free!

For details of how to register, entry fees and training schedules please refer to facebook page and in the local press from January 2015. Go to the STM GROUP FACEBOOK PAGE and click on EVENTS: please like and share this page with as many people as possible and keep following for regular updates.


25 April 2015

Craft & Collectors Fair

St Andrews Craft & Collectors Fair

Governors Parade

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

  entrance £1

You will find an eclectic mix of antique and vintage items in our April Fair, and the bric-a-brac stalls always turn up some interesting items!

Collectors will find silver, stamps and coins, toy soldiers, dolls house items, Gibraltar memorabilia. pictures and prints.

We always have plenty of books and puzzles; also on offer a range of beautifully hand-crafted items, including soft toys and cards for all occasions.

As usual our coffee shop team will be offering a range of delicious home-made snacks and cakes.

Stalls available @ £10 to include table and cloth.

For further information please text mobile +350 54023166.

The Golf Box, 9B Glacis Road, Marina Views.

After the resounding success of their last live music night with The Rat Pack in early March, The Golf Box is staging another live music evening with dinner and dancing. The Silver Beats, a 5 piece Beatles tribute band based in Malaga, will be performing songs from the early years of the Beatles massive song repertoire. Songs like I saw her standing there, Rock & Roll Music, A Hard Days Night, Roll over Beethoven, Drive my car, And I love her and many, many more will have you dancing in the aisles. In the early sixties The Beatles were in fact a 5 piece band, featuring John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, Pete Best and Stuart Sutcliffe.

We have a limited capacity of 52 for such events and tickets are selling fast. The cost is £35 including the live concert and a sumptuous 3 course dinner.

 Call now on 200 66250, email at or Facebook on


28 April 2015

Workers Memorial Day

Venue: Lobby of Parliament House, Main Street

01 May 2015 to 20 June 2015

Gibraltar Spring Festival 2015

Full programme of events to be released in due course 

Venue: Casemates Square

07 May 2015 to 09 May 2015

The Dance Nationals 2015

‘Selecting the Gibraltar National Dance Team for the

2015 IDO European Championships’

The Gibraltar National Dance Organisation has started its selection process for dancers to compete at the forthcoming IDO European Show Dance Championships that will be held in Gibraltar in October 2015.

The GNDO shall be organising the Gibraltar National Championships from the 7 to 9 May 2015at the John Mackintosh Hall Theatre. The championships will follow the same procedure of national competitions as accredited by the world governing body, the International Dance Organisation. The national show dance competition is open to all individual dancers, groups and schools in the Children, Junior and Adult divisions. The categories for this competition are Solo, Duet and Groups sections.

Dancers who qualify from this competition will join those dancers already selected for the Formation section, and will form the 2015 Gibraltar National Dance Team.

GNDO President, Seamus Byrne said,

The competition is the local qualifier to gain entry into the IDO European Show Dance Championships that will be staged in Gibraltar in October 2015. This is a unique opportunity for local dancers to compete at the prestigious IDO event in our homeland and for them to show the world the high standards that exist locally.

We are therefore hoping that all local dance schools and other individuals will be part of this exciting competition.’

Entry forms are available from local dance schools or by contacting the GNDO on e-mail: The closing date for entries is Friday 20th March 2015.

The IDO European Championships, which have the full backing of Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar, will take place between the 1st and 4th October 2015.


Although every edition of the Gibraltar International Song Festival (GISF) has witnessed an increase in the number of songs received, the coming edition – due to be held at the Tercentenary Sports Hall on Saturday 9 May, 2015 – has broken all records. Close to 700 songs have been received, some from surprising countries of origin, such as the United Arab Emirates, India, Indonesia, Malawi and Vietnam.

The full list of the 30 countries from which entries have been received  is as follows (in alphabetical order):Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Cuba, France, Georgia, Germany, Gibraltar, Greece, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malawi, Mexico, Nicaragua, Pakistan, Panama, Peru, Poland, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Arab Emirates, UK, Venezuela and Vietnam.

The undeniable fact is that, year by year, the GISF is reaching an ever-wider international audience, resulting in the receipt of songs of great quality, diversity and cultural/ethnic influences. Each edition also acts as an important shop window for the authors and composers whose songs are sung live on the night, as well as for the singers who perform them. The whole show is live streamed via partners in Latin America, Europe, Russia and surrounding regions, as well as the GISF website itself, to a potential worldwide audience of over 100 million.

GISF is also living proof of one of music’s central premises: that music knows no frontiers. In this, it receives valuable support from the UK’s PRS for Music (the UK’s Performing Right Society) and Spain’s Sociedad General de Autores, y Editores. Both organisations publicise the festival via their internal and website communications with their members, thus reaching both their national and international memberships, providing them with a direct link to the GISF’s own website.

09 May 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

Saturday 16th May 2015 – Casemates Square.

For more information visit link below: 

Facebook : Gibraltar ClassicVehicles Association.

20 May 2015 to 21 May 2015

Spring Zarzuela

Venue: John Mackintosh Hall Theatre 

Time: 20:00 - 22:00


The Gibraltar Cultural Services is pleased to announce the return of the Teatro Lirico Andaluz to perform in Gibraltar as part of the Spring Festival programme. This event is being organised in collaboration with Santos Productions.

The Teatro Lirico Andaluz will stage the popular Zarzuela, ‘La Boda de Luis Alonso’. Boasting a stellar cast and a 24 piece orchestra.

Performances will be held at the John Mackintosh Hall Theatre on the Wednesday 20th and 

 Tickets, priced at £5 will be on sale at the John Mackintosh Hall as from Monday 11th May 2015. Ticket office hours will be on weekdays between 10am and 2pm. Sale of tickets is limited to 10 per person.

22 May 2015 to 24 May 2015

Gibraltar Fringe Festival 2015

Venue: Alameda Open Theatre

Date: Friday 22 May 2015

Time: 7.00pm

Price: £12.00

Comedy with Andrew Doyle - Zero Tolerance

Andrew's third solo stand-up show had a total sell-out run at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Here's what the press had to say about it:
'Fantastically funny and thought provoking... his best yet' GQ Magazine

'Incredible MUST-SEE fringe show' Times

'Never before has Doyle seemed so on fire... comedy gold' Broadway Baby

'Hilarious... he's got to be one of the most intelligent comedians on the circuit' Scots Magazine

Date: Friday 22 May 2015

Time 9.00pm

Price: £12.00

Comedy with Scott Capurro - Finest Comedy

Scott played Aunt Jack in Mrs. Doubtfire, and a rubber head in Star Wars; Phantom Menace.

He's been edited on 8 Out of 10 Cats and The World Stands Up, but left to self-destruct on other television stuff, including Rove, which got him banned in Oz. Oh well.


Total Edinburgh Fringe sell-out since 1994. Not to be missed.

'The most fearless and technically perfect stand up on the circuit' *****Guardian

'Vaingloriously poisonous' ***** Scotsman

'Sheer audacity' ***** Chortle

'White trash' Asian Age

'Comic equation: Larry Grayson x (Lenny Bruce + Chris Rock)' The Guardian

Date: Saturday 23 May 2015

Time 7.00pm

Price: £8.00

Music by Paddy Taylor from Gibraltar 

Paddy Taylor is a Singer/Songwriter from Portadown, Co Armagh Northern Ireland. Since first picking up a guitar at the age of 10 he has been writing and performing music all around the world. Being a Serving member of Her Majesty's Royal Navy he given him the opportunity to both travel the world serving his country and showing of his passion for performing original music.

During the last 16 years he has supported the likes of Mumford and Sons, Bastille, Frank Turner and many more touring artists and bands. He lists his influences as Bob 
Dylan, Johnny Cash, David Gray and Ray Lamontagne to name a few.

He moved to Gibraltar last year to work with the Royal 
Navy he is very much looking forward to performing at the Fringe 2015, and so are we!!

 The Bloody Lovelies

Playing a wide spread mix of rock, country, blues and pop.

The Bloody Lovelies make modern and classic tracks into their own style.

Using only a striped down band setup, what the Lovelies lack in band 
members they make up for times over in energy and passion for music. 
Coming from different roots but with same opinions has created a live 
act to have a moment for everyone, from mellow dancers to upbeat foot stoppers.

Playing the best of British, the classics of Oz and everything in between its a show not to be missed.

Date: Sunday 24 May 2015

ime: 3.00pm

Price: £7.00



Since he was a child, he wished his body was made out of musical instruments, he 

imagined his tummy was a big drum, his fingers were piano keys and his 

mouth a magic flute.

He didn't stop trying and dreaming and dreaming…

One day he closed his eyes with intensity and when he open them he 
realized that the Fairy made his dream come true:

He turned into a 'One Man Band' and even the fruit and veg had musical sounds!"

DREAM is a dance, visual performance and live music, full of poetic moment and sensations for the whole family.
Audience: For all ages.

FACE PAINTING afterwards ;)

For more information contact:



Marillion frontman Steve Hogarth will return to Gibraltar for a unique concert that promises to be

unlike any other of his solo performances. The incomparable setting of Saint Michael’s Cave is the

venue for a concert that has already attracted international interest, such is the anticipation for this

special musical event taking place on Saturday 30th May.

The concert, announced today by promoters GibMedia, is fully supported by Gibraltar Cultural

Services and HM Government of Gibraltar and has been made possible thanks to the contribution of

the event’s partners and main sponsors, Isolas and Fiduciary. In addition, the organisers are grateful to

Gibtelecom, Lewis Stagnetto Limited, GibOil, Sovereign Group and Chesterton for sponsoring this

event that forms part of the Gibraltar Spring Festival of Art and Culture.

Steve Hogarth - also known as ‘h’ - is a gifted singer, songwriter and musician who has fronted the

legendary Marillion for over 25 years, helping reinvigorate and constantly redefine the band’s sound

via a succession of inventive, emotional albums like “Brave”, “Marbles”, “Seasons End” or the more

recent “Sounds That Can’t Be Made”. A vibrant musical force, to those who already love Marillion,

they’re something special; to everyone else they're a love affair waiting to happen.

Central to the appeal and success of the Progressive Rock legends over the past 25 years has been the

unmistakable voice and charisma of Steve Hogarth. It was in 2006 that he first embarked on his ‘h

Natural’ solo project, a series of intimate shows featuring just himself and a piano that already graced

Saint Michael’s Cave almost a decade ago and King’s Chapel last year. A good friend of Gibraltar,

Steve was intent on returning: “This will be my fourth time performing in my beloved Gibraltar. Last

year’s Literary Festival gig in the King’s Chapel was truly special for me and I came home with that

rare feeling that I had ‘nailed it’. Must be something in the water… I immediately began hustling to

return, so the chance to play once again in the unique space that is St Michael’s Cave is, well, icing on

the cake. Unlike my usual strictly-solo shows, this time my son, Nial, will join me on stage to play

cajon, and I’m also thrilled to have the fabulous Dave Gregory on hand to play guitar. Can’t wait.”

Nial is an accomplished drummer and this will be the first time father and son perform together,

although Dave Gregory is no stranger to working with Steve. A member of the band XTC for 19 years,

performing on the hits “Making Plans For Nigel”, “Senses Working Overtime” and twelve studio

albums, as well as recording with the likes of Peter Gabriel and Take That’s Mark Owen, Dave is well

known to Marillion fans through his work on Steve Hogarth’s solo album “Ice Cream Genius” and as a

member of Steve’s star-studded h Band. The addition of these special guests will give a different, novel

feel to what is already a show that will appeal to any music lover and not just Marillion fans. Warming

the audience will be the attractive vocals of Megan Dallas, who makes a welcome return to Gibraltar,

before Steve works his magic via a repertoire that will be culled from his 25 years with Marillion but

will also include covers of songs that have touched him throughout his life. Steve will interact with the

audience, accept requests and fill the outstanding acoustics of the Cave with the sounds of David

Bowie, Kate Bush or John Lennon.

This is not the usual ‘h Natural’ show. This is different. For one show only and exclusively in

Gibraltar, this is h (Super)Natural. It’s going to be special. It’s going to be unique. It’s going to

be unforgettable.

Tickets, which include a coach transfer to and from the Cave, are priced at £20 and are available to

purchase from Music Corner as well as online at Further details on the concert can

be found at

Attention all adventurous spirits and ocean lovers. Mark it in your diary - On Friday 12 June, Ocean Village will host the Gibraltar - Morocco Yacht Rally.  Join the world's most sociable Yacht Rally. 

Full details at 

 or contact Boatshed on: 

13 June 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade 

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

16 June 2015 to 26 June 2015

Gibraltar Spring Art Exhibition

Venue: John Mackintosh Hall, Main Street

18 June 2015

World Music Festival

Venue: St Michael’s Cave

Organised by Gibraltar Productions for further information contact 20068899 or email:


Gibraltar’s true 'flavour' comes together once a year at the food festival “Calentita” which takes place each Spring at Casemates Square . The festival is a display of Gibraltar’s diversity and local customs and includes a wide array of local and international dishes. The event includes music, dance and a fireworks display.

04 July 2015

Miss Gibraltar 2015

Venue: Alameda Open Air Theatre, Alameda Botanic Gardens, Red Sands Road

11 July 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

11 July 2015 to 15 August 2015

Summer Nights 2015

Venue: Casemates Square (Full programme of events will be released in due course)


08 August 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

21 August 2015

Gibraltar Beer Fest

Venue: Bayside Sports Complex

Organised by Stephen Mascarenhas, for further information contact +350 54005729 or email:


This year once again there is a selection of beers & ciders from around the globe to suit all taste buds.

22 August 2015 to 30 August 2015

Gibraltar Fair 2015

The Gibraltar Fair sees a varied range of attractions for different age groups. Additionally, there will also be 'tombolas', games and other side stalls including those being put up by local charitable and sporting organisations. Eating and drinking outlets will also be provided as well as the ever popular Churros stall. 

A daily programme of entertainment will also be prepared for the Family Pavilion and will is located on site at the fairground. 

A full programme of events will be released in due course. 

For further information please contact the SDGG on mobile 56641000, email: or alternatively contact the Gibraltar Cultural Services Events Department on 20067236.

22 August 2015 to 08 September 2015

National Week Celebrations

Full programme of events will be released in due course


If you like live music, mark Saturday the 5 of September in your diary for 

12 hours of unforgettable fun for all the family.! The Gibraltar Music Festival will take place at the Victoria Stadium, featuring world class artists. They'll be joined by some of the Rock's most talented musicians. 

Venue: Victoria Stadium

Organised by the Ministry of Culture for further information contact the Ministry on telephone: +35020047592 

10 September 2015

National Day 2015

Gibraltar National Day, celebrated annually on 10 September, is the official national day of Gibraltar. The day commemorates Gibraltar's first referendum of 1967, in which Gibraltarians were asked whether they wished to either pass under Spanish sovereignty or remain under British sovereignty.

The official Gibraltar National Day events usually begin with a children’s fancy dress competition followed by a number street parties and musical performances, the main one taking place at Casemates Square. There are also a number of short speeches by local and visiting UK MPs and other dignatories. This is followed by a traditional release of 30,000 red and white balloons at Casemates Square.

A full programme of events for National Day 2015 will be released in due course
The day long festivities culminates with a spectacular fireworks display released from the detached mole in Gibraltar Harbour at night followed by a rock concert.

12 September 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

18 September 2015

Gibraltar Wedding Show

The Confetti Wedding Show will bring together over 100 wedding specialists aboard the Sunborn Luxury Floating Hotel for a 3-day wedding extravaganza. With vendors from every aspect of the bridal industry including, dress designers, venues, planners, florists, photographers and cake makers, this unique event will provide you with unparalleled networking opportunities with many of the leading wedding contacts of Southern Spain.

01 October 2015 to 04 October 2015

IDO European Showdance Championships

The Gibraltar National Dance Organisation will be organising the IDO European Show Dance Championships that will be held in Gibraltar in October 2015.

The international competition will be held from the 1st to 4th October at the Tercentenary Sports Hall. The event is organised by the GNDO and Santos Productions.

For further details please visit

05 October 2015 to 19 December 2015

Autumn Culture Programme

Full programme of events will be released in due course


10 October 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

20 October 2015 to 25 October 2015

Gibraltar Jazz Festival 2015

Dates and venues to be confirmed
Organised by the Ministry of Culture for further information contact the Ministry on telephone: +350 20047592 

02 November 2015 to 15 November 2015

Gibraltar International Art Exhibition 2015

Venue: Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery, The Balcony, Casemates Barracks, Casemates Square

14 November 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

12 December 2015

Alameda Gardens Tour

Meeting Place: George Don Gates, Grand Parade

Time: 10.30am

Price: £5.00

Tour conducted by Mr Andrew Abrines taking you through the flowers in season and later a question and answer time.

For further information contact: +350 20041235

26 December 2015

Polar Bear Swim 2015

Boxing Day in Gibraltar is traditionally celebrated by some by participating in an extremely successful Polar Bear Swim. Thanks to the normally mild climate, this swim is usually carried out by the more dedicated and brave individuals.  The swim which is normally held at Catalan Bay, Camp Bay and Eastern Beach, also raises money for different charities. Those who brave the cold water are treated to mince pies and brandy along with the annual Polar Bear certificate.

No entry fee but donations welcome 

31 December 2015 to 01 January 2016

New Year's Eve 2015

Gibraltar's New Year’s Eve celebrations are held at Casemates Square with local residents showcasing their talents providing an energised, happy ambience to welcome in the New Year, whilst also providing a safe and fun environment for the whole family to enjoy. This atmosphere proceeds throughout the night in order to appease the needs of attendees of all ages. This all surrounded by the welcoming atmosphere of Casemates’ many bars, and the even more welcoming attitudes of the Gibraltarian people proved to be one of the best areas of the night, and the perfect place to welcome in the New Year.