24 November 2014 to 07 January 2015

Christmas Market at Chatham Counterguard

Venue: Chatham Counterguard Strip, located at the base of the historical walls this Christmas fair will not only sell excellent Christmas gifts for all the family but will definitely get you into the festive season by selling mulled wine, mince pies and other Christmas goodies!

The fair commences on Monday 24 November and will continue until after Christmas.


Opening times as follows:

Monday-Thursday: 1700-2000 hours

Friday: 1700 - 2300 hours

Saturday: 1000 - 1600 hours


Sunday: 1100-140 hours

From the 15 December the fair will stay open until 1100 hours, Monday - Sunday and Sunday closing at a later time.
29 November 2014 to 06 January 2015

Christmas Fairground rides at Piazza

Fair attractions for children will be sited at the John Mackintosh Square (Piazza) from 29 November until 6

January; these rides will be offered free of charge on the on 6 and 17 December.

01 December 2014 to 31 December 2014

'at home' Art Exhibition

An exhibition of oil paintings, gouache paintings, giclée paintings and canvas prints by Caroline Sacarello Canessa at Sacarello Coffee Shop and Restaurant, Irish Town.

16 December 2014 to 23 January 2015

The Affordable Art Show

Affordable art for all tastes Entrance free 

Fine Arts Association, 

Fine Arts Gallery, 

Units 13B &14B 

The Balcony,

Casemates Square

Tel.: + 350 20052126

22 December 2014

Mama Lotties Book Signing

Book signing at WH Smith from 1100-1300 by local author Justin Bautista

On 7th October 2014 a new Gibraltarian recipes cookbook became available both locally and online. Justin Bautista, creator of Gibraltar’s recipe website,, published a Gibraltarian inspired cookbook with selected recipes; both local, as well as some exclusive family recipes not found on the website. The cookbook is available from all local bookshops and online at

The 160-page cookbook shares local recipes with a brief introduction to some of the commonly known dishes. “Being such a small place, Gibraltar’s food culture is under-appreciated so I wanted to have something that could be shared with any generation. Recipes are ever changing and Gibraltar’s recipes are no exception, the food is very similar to that of Italian, Spanish and Maltese cuisine but I wanted to have something that was OURS and something that showed the world, ‘this is Gibraltarian cuisine, come and try it!’ Who knows,there could soon be a Gibraltarian food revolution on the way.”

The book contains recipes such as Rolitos, Menestra, Torta de Acelga, Pollo al Ajillo and, of course, Gibraltar’s famous Calentita.


Charles Dickens'  A Christmas Carol

Orquesta Sinfonica "Amigos de la Musica"

Monday 22nd December at the King's Chapel 8pm

Entry Fee £7

26 December 2014

Polar Bear Swim

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 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.

Event Organised by GASA, at 11.30 @Eastern Beach in aid of Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign 

No Entry Fee but all Donations welcome 

31 December 2014 to 01 January 2015

New Year's Eve Celebrations 2014

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.

04 January 2015

New Year's Concert

HM Government of Gibraltar is pleased to announce the return of the New Year’s Classical Music Concerts to the annual cultural calendar. The events will be organised for the Ministry of Culture by the Gibraltar Philharmonic Society in collaboration with Gibraltar Cultural Services.

The Society will be holding two New Year’s Concerts featuring The European Sinfonietta. These will be held at the John Mackintosh Hall Theatre on Sunday 4th January 2015. The first one will be a Children’s Matinee at 5pm and followed by an adult concert at 8pm.

The Minister for Sports, Culture, Heritage and Youth, the Hon Steven Linares said, ‘We are very proud that our Government has been able to reintroduce the New Year’s Classical Concert into our cultural calendar. We have been working very closely with the Gibraltar Philharmonic Society for the past two years to make this event a reality. I feel it is very important to introduce classical music to children, very early on.”

Tickets for the Children’s Matinee, priced at £7 for children and £10 for adults, can be purchased from the John Mackintosh Hall reception as from Monday 8th December 2014. A family ticket priced at £30 will also be available either for two adults and two children or one adult and three children. 

Tickets for the evening’s performance, priced at £20 will go on sale as from Monday 8th December and will also be available from Sacarello’s Coffee Shop in Irish Town, the Silver Shop at 222 Main Street or from the Society by calling number 200 72134 or A limited number of tickets priced at £10 for Senior Citizens and Students will be available from the John Mackintosh Hall reception at 308 Main Street.

For further information please contact Gibraltar Cultural Services on +350 20075669 or


14 January 2015 to 31 January 2015

Mario Finlayson Retrospective Exhibition

Art Exhibition Celebrating the Artistic Life of

Mario Finlayson BEM

A major art exhibition is being planned by the Ministry of Culture in conjunction with Gibraltar Cultural Services.  This exhibition will celebrate the artistic life of Gibraltarian artist Mario Finlayson BEM, now considered the doyen of Gibraltar’s fine arts, having dedicated his whole life to the cause.  

Among the exhibits will be several heritage artworks by the artist which are currently in the Government of Gibraltar’s art collection, other artworks and memorabilia kindly loaned for this occasion from private collections and a short film produced by Gibmedia.  

The event will take place from the Wednesday 14 January to Friday 30 January 2015 at the Gustavo Bacarisas Galleries at Casemates Square.

Monday- Friday 1030-1930 hours

Saturday 1030-1330 hours

Guided tours by Mario Finlayson BEM on Tuesdays at 1100 hours and Thursdays at 1600 hours

Saturday 16th May 2015 – Casemates Square.

For more information visit link below: 

Facebook : Gibraltar ClassicVehicles Association.

21 August 2015

Beer Festival 2015

Details to be announced at a later date.

01 October 2015 to 04 October 2015

Gibraltar Showdance Championships

See website for details: