Events

01 May 2016 to 19 June 2016

Spring Festival 2016

1st May – 18th June 2016  Programme of Events


 Sunday 1st May
11am to 12 Midnight
May Day Celebrations
Organised by the Gibraltar Cultural Services
Featuring 2014 X Factor Winner Ben Haenow, The Undesirable 141, Shot Break,Karma 13, The Kubes, Omnibus, The Gibraltar Youth Choir, Kristain Celecia, Stylos Dance Studios, Mediterranean Dance School and DJ No Limits Entertainment and a Fun Day for all the Family Casemates Square

Tuesday 3rd to Friday 13th May
9am to 9:30pm
‘Colours’
An art exhibition organised by Giorann Henshaw
John Mackintosh Hall
 

Tuesday 3rd to Friday 6th May
8pm
‘Back to Our Roots’
An original production celebrating the 200th anniversary of the Alameda Gardens
Organised by the Gibraltar Academy of Dance
John Mackintosh Hall Theatre
Tickets priced at £12
Tickets on sale at the John Mackintosh Hall as from 25th April
For further information please contact 20079788


Wednesday 4th May to Wednesday 18th May
10am to 6pm
Art Exhibition by Willa Vasquez
Fine Arts Gallery
Casemates Square
Entrance Free
For further info please contact the Fine Arts Gallery on 20052126 or email:
finearts@gibtelecom.net


Friday 6th to Sunday 8th May
12pm onwards
PDC Gibraltar Darts Open
Tercentenary Sports Hall
Organised by the Ministry of Sport
Tickets on sale from buytickets.gi and available at the door
For further information please contact Ministry of Sports at 20047592 or
mchy.events@gibraltar.gov.gi


Friday 6th May to Monday 9th May
9am to 10pm
Gibraltar Face and Body Painting Festival
Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery
Organised by Gibraltar Face and Body Paint Association
For further information please contact Hamish Dalmedo at
gibraltarbodyart@hotmail.co


Saturday 7th May
10am – 3pm
Arts & Crafts Market
Casemates Square

10.30am to 1:30pm

Junior Dog Show
Organised by The Rotary Club of Gibraltar
John Mackintosh Square
For further information please contact email: info@rotaryclubgibraltar.com


12 noon
Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square


4pm to 1am
Sunborn Top Deck Summer Party
Sunborn Gibraltar Hotel
Tickets priced £50 including open bar & VIP packages with own private area, £100.
For more information please contact 20016939 or email:
kerrianne.massetti@sunborn.gibraltar.com


Tuesday 10th May to Friday 10th June
8am to 7pm
Mario Finlayson Art Exhibition
Sacarello’s Coffee Shop
For further information please contact email: info@sacarellosgibraltar.com


Wednesday 11th to Wednesday 18th May
8pm
(No Performance on Sunday 14th May)
‘Kaleidoscope’
An original musical comedy organised by LOL Productions
Ince’s Hall Theatre<
Tickets priced at £12.50
On sale at the John Mackintosh Hall as from 21st March or through Facebook page<
a href="http://www.facebook.com/lolproductionsgib">www.facebook.com/lolproductionsgib
For further information please contact email: lolproductionsgib@hotmail.com


Friday 13th May

7:30pm
Spring Fling
Organised by Urban Dance
Featuring Urban Dance, Academia de baile Eva, Academia de baile Nando, Jujitsu
Academy and Janine Pons
John Mackintosh Hall Theatre
Tickets priced at £12
On sale at the Urban Dance Studio from 3rd to 13th May between 5pm & 7pm
For further information please contact email yaltapons@gmail.com or mobile
54012212


Saturday 14th May
9am – 5pm
Med Steps 5 Challenge
Organised by Gibraltar Prison Service
Fundraising event in aid of Cancer Relief
Entrance fee is £10
For further information please visit their Facebook page: Med Steps 5 Challenge

10am to 3pm
Arts & Crafts Market

10am - 6pm

Museum Open Day

Gibraltar Museum, Bomb House Lane
Casemates Square

Free Entrance


11am- 1pm
Calpe Band
Lobby of Parliament, Main Street


11am – 4pm
Annual Mental Health Awareness Family Fun Day
Casemates Square
Organised by Clubhouse Gibraltar
Includes the Mental Health Walk along Main Street as well as a family fun day
For further information please contact admin@clubhousegibraltar.com


12 noon
Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square


Tuesday 17th May and Wednesday 18th May
8pm
Zarzuela – ‘Alma de Dios’ & ‘El Bateo’
John Mackintosh Hall Theatre
Tickets £5 from the John Mackintosh Hall Reception
As from Tuesday 3rd May 2016 from 9am to 4pm
Sale of tickets limited to 10 per person
For further information please contact email info@culture.gi or 200 67236


Wednesday 18th May
7.30pm
Art Lecture on John Everett Millais
‘The Pre-Raphaelites and After’
Organised by the Gibraltar Decorative and Fine Arts Society
O’Callaghan Eliott Hotel
For Further information please contact Claus Olesen on 20002024


Saturday 21st May
27th Annual Heritage Painting Competition
Organised by the Gibraltar Heritage Trust
The Theme for 2016 is the Northern Defences
Registration to take part on the day from 9.30am to 12noon on site – via Road to the
Lines entrance
For further information please contact the Heritage Trust or check their website:
a href="http://www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi">www.gibraltarheritagetrust.org.gi


10am to 2pm
Gibraltar National Team Dance Presentation
Organised by the Gibraltar National Dance Organisation
Lobby of Parliament


10am to 6pm
Gibraltar International Classic & Vintage Car Rally
Organised by the Gibraltar Classic Vehicle Association
Casemates Square


12 noon
Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square


Sunday 22nd May
10am
Relay for Children
Organised by EY
Casemates Square
For further information please contact email:info@gi.ey.com or tel: 20013200


Monday 23rd to Friday 27th May
Young Shakespeare Company
School performances only at Educational Establishments
Sponsored by the John Mackintosh Hall Trust and the Parasol Foundation



Wednesday 25th May to Friday 3rd June
10.30am to 6.30pm
Spring Visual Art Exhibition
Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery, Casemates
Free Entrance


Thursday 26th May
8pm
A Celebration of Opera
Featuring soprano Angel Blue, tenor Antonio Gandía and pianist David Aronson
St Michael’s Cave
Arranged on behalf of the Ministry of Culture by the Gibraltar Philharmonic Society
Tickets at £20 on sale as from Monday 11th April 2016 from Sacarello’s Coffee Shop,
Irish Town and the Silver Shop at 222 Main Street or directly from the Society by
telephone on + 350 200 72134
A limited amount of tickets at £10 for Senior Citizens and Students available from the
John Mackintosh Hall reception
Ticket price includes a return shuttle service from the Public Market and opposite the
Cable Car as from 6:30pm


Saturday 28th May
10am to 3pm
Arts & Crafts Market
Casemates Square


11am – 5pm
Health & Fitness Event
Fundraising event in aid of The Guardian Angel Foundation
Organised by Ocean Village Health Club
Casemates Square
For more information please contact email: membership@oceanvillagehealthclub.gi
or 20044242

12 noon
Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square


June

Wednesday 1st June to Friday 10th June
10am to 6pm
Art Exhibition by Westside School Students
Fine Arts Gallery
Casemates Square
Entrance Free
For further info please contact the Fine Arts Gallery on 20052126 or email:
finearts@gibtelecom.net


Saturday 4th June
10am to 3pm
Classic Vehicle Static Display
Organised by the Gibraltar Classic Vehicle Association
Casemates Square


12 noon
Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square


Saturday 4th June
8.30pm
Miss Gibraltar 2016 Pageant
Organised by Stage One Productions
John Mackintosh Hall Theatre Tickets priced at £30
On sale at Boux Avenue
For further information please contact james@stageone.gi


Saturday 4th June & Sunday 5th June
12.00pm
Gastronomy on Queensway Quay
A great programme of cooking demonstrations
and entertainment for the whole family
For further information please contact sonia@thelounge.gi,
waterfrontrestaurant@gmail.com, tel: 20061118, 20045666


Saturday 4th June to Sunday 5th June

10am Saturday to 10am Sunday
24hr Walk in aid of GBC Open Day
Organised by Lodge Al Moghreb Al Aksa
Lobby of Parliament
For further information please contact email: islopez@gibtelecom.net


Wednesday 8th June to Friday 10th June

9pm
The Witches of Oz & the Ruby Slippers
Organised by Mediterranean Dance School
Alameda Open Air Theatre
Tickets priced at £15
On sale at On Pointe Dance shop in Casemates Arcade as from Thuursday 5th May
For further information please contact Genyka Celecia on 54019104 or email
meddance72@gmail.com


Friday 10th June

10am – 2pm
GHA Heart Week Awareness Day
Organised by the Gibraltar Health Authority
For further information please contact dayadewfall@gha.gi


Friday 10th June

7pm-11pm
Maxi Priest – Birthday Celebration Concert
Organised by Fortunato Azzopardi & Steven Mascarenhas
St. Michael’s Cave
Tickets priced £30 or £95 for VIP’s
On sale at Gibraltar Tourist Board Information Office as from Monday 11th April
For further information please contact 56641000 or 54005729


Saturday 11th June

10am to 1pm
Prostate Cancer Awareness Day
Organised by Prostate Cancer Support Group
Lobby of Parliament
For further information please contact pcsg@pcsg.gi or mobile 58009161


10am to 3pm
Arts & Crafts Market
Casemates Square


12 noon
Re-enactment Society march along Main Street to Casemates Square


Wednesday 15th June to Friday 17th June

8pm
GAMPA Showcase
Organised by Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts
Ince’s Hall Theatre
For further information please contact: info@gampa.gi


Saturday 18th June

10am to 2pm
Gibraltar National Team Dance Presentation
Organised by the Gibraltar National Dance Organisation
Lobby of Parliament

Saturday 18th June
FESTIVAL FINALE

7pm to 1am
CALENTITA
Organised by Word of Mouth for the Ministry of Culture
A gastronomic celebration of Gibraltar’s Multi-Cultural Community
Casemates Square
Gibraltar Cultural Services 
April 2016 
info@culture.gi  350 20075569




 


 





10 May 2016 to 10 June 2016

Mario Finlayson Art Exhibition

At Sacarello’s Coffee Shop, Irish Town
Opened from 8.00am till 7.00pm

For further information please contact email: info@sacarellosgibraltar.com


24 May 2016 to 03 June 2016

Spring Art Festival

The visual arts competition is open to Gibraltarians and residents of Gibraltar aged 16 and over. Categories include digital art, video, photography and installations. A maximum of two entries may be submitted by each artist.

This art exhibition forms part of the Spring Festival program. All participating entries can be viewed at the John Mackintosh Hall. Entrance is free of charge.

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25 May 2016 to 03 June 2016

Spring Visual Art Exhibition

Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery, Casemates


From - 10.30am to 6.30pm

Free Entrance

28 May 2016 to 12 June 2016

Athens - Gibraltar Race

Athens–Gibraltar is a dirt-bike challenge raid open to amateurs (non professional riders) that are at least 18 years. For the length of the stages, about 9.000 kilometers in 15 days of competition, it can be classified as a marathon event. Navigation with GPS device. GPS tracker to time and safety.


  • Day 1 (27/05/2016): arrival in Athens (Vari Voula Vouliagmeni Municipality) and accomodation at the bivouac and parc fermé of the participants, their bikes and support teams. Technical and administrative checks start. Evening welcome event at the bivouac.

  • Day 2 (28/05/2016): technical and administrative checks end. Opening ceremony. Prologue (show track valid for final ranking) at Vari Voula Vouliagmeni (Athenian Riviera). The starting order of the first stage will match the order of registration to Athens-Gibraltar. In the next stages the starting order will match the provisional overall classification.

  • Day 3 (29/05/2016): 1st stage (555 kms). Crossing of Greece and finish line in Kalambaka. Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 4 (30/05/2016): 2nd stage (553 kms). Crossing of FYROM with finish line in Ohrid near the border with Albani. Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 5 (31/05/2016): 3rd stage (582 kms). Crossing of Albani and finish line in Niksic (Montenegro). Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 6 (01/06/2016): 4th stage (639 kms). Crossing of Bosnia and finish line in Njivice (Croatia). Bivouac and parc fermé

  • Day 7 (02/06/2016): 5th stage (572 kms). Crossing of Slovenia and Austria with finish line in Conegliano (Italia). Bivouac and parc fermé

  • Day 8 (03/06/2016): 6th stage (570 kms). Long ride in the Pianura Padana, brief taste of the Apennines on the border with Ligurian Alps and finish line in Genova (Italy). Bivouac and parc fermé

  • Day 9 (04/06/2016): 7th stage (188 kms). Short stage to Limone Piemonte. During the route one single Special Stage (about 40 kms). Bivouac and the parc fermé

  • Day 10 (05/06/2016): 8th stage (587 kms). Path through the Italian and French Alps. Finish line in Avignon (France). Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 11 (06/06/2016): 9th stage (603 kms). The route continues through the south of France. Entry into Spain: the Pyrenees with finish line in Andorra La Vella. Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 12 (07/06/2016): 10th stage (463 kms). Again the Pyrenees followed by a first taste of the desert of Monegros. End of stage in Zaragoza (Spain). Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 13 (08/06/2016): 11th stage (621 kms). The path goes first in the desert of Monegros then head south-west to Portugal. End of stage in Segovia. Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 14 (09/06/2016): 12th stage (594 kms). The route winds in between Spain and Portugal with continuous changes of time zone that riders must take into account for respecting the time set for each SS. Finish line in Elvas (Portugal). Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 15 (10/06/2016): 13th stage (568 kms). Still heading south to finish the stage in the beautiful Granada (Spain). Bivouac and parc fermé.

  • Day 16 (11/06/2016): 14th stage (546 kms). After facing the Sierra Nevada the route ends in his final goal: Gibraltar. Bivouac and parc fermé. Technical and administrative final checks. Final party at the bivouac with awards and closing ceremony of the event.

For more information head over to www.gibraltarrace.com


01 June 2016 to 10 June 2016

Art Exhibition

 By Westside School Students

 At 

Fine Arts Gallery, 

Casemates Square

From - 10am to 6pm

Entrance Free

For further info please contact the Fine Arts Gallery on Tel 350 20052126

Organised by Stage One Productions

John Mackintosh Hall Theatre, 308 Main Street

At 8.30pm
Tickets priced at £30

On sale at Boux Avenue

For further information please contact james@stageone.gi


Stage One Productions will be organising this year’s show for the Gibraltar Cultural Services.

Miss Gibraltar Official Website



Organised by the Gibraltar Classic Vehicle Association


At Casemates Square

From - 

10am to 3pm


04 June 2016 to 05 June 2016

Gastronomy at Queensway Quay

A great programme of cooking demonstrations

and entertainment for the whole family

At 12.00pm

For further information please contact sonia@thelounge.gi

waterfrontrestaurant@gmail.com  of Tel: 350 20061118,350 20045666



08 June 2016 to 10 June 2016

The Witches of Oz & the Ruby Slippers

Organised by Mediterranean Dance School

At the Alameda Open Air Theatre at 9pm

Tickets priced at £15

On sale at On Pointe Dance shop in Casemates Arcade as from Thursday 5th May

For further information please contact Genyka Celecia on 54019104 or email 

meddance72@gmail.com


09 June 2016

Queens Birthday Parade

From Casemates Square

Starting at 6.15pm

REHEARSAL - ON TUESDAY 7TH JUNE ALSO FROM CASEMATES AND STARTING AT 6.15PM 

For further information please contact Mr Seed tel - 350 58009155

Join Us For Maxi Priest Birthday Celebration Concert 
Organised by Fortunato Azzopardi& Steven Mascarenhas 
After Party @ Mons Calpe Suite
General Entry Tickets On Sale @ Gibraltar Tourist Board - 
Info Office, John Mackintosh Square VIP 
Reservations: crucial@gibtelecom.net 
Concert info: (+350) 54005729 
at St. Michael’s Cave from - 7pm-11pm 
Tickets priced £30 or £95 for VIP’s Performing All The Hits, as well as new songs from the Easy To Love Album! 
Band Featuring Maxi's Top Musicians From Jamaica & New York + Beniton AKA Jackfrostt Sounds By Lion Rock Crew
 

Awareness Event for Heart Week.

For further information please contact Daya Dewfall –Tel 350 200 79700 or email  dayadewfall@gha.gi

11 June 2016

Arts & Crafts Market

From 10am to 3pm

 At Casemates Square

15 June 2016 to 17 June 2016

GAMPA Showcase

Organised by Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts
At the Ince’s Hall Theatre, 310 Main Street
Time  8pm

For further information please contact: info@gampa.gi


Venue: Sunborn Hotel, Ocean Village.

At -  7.30pm
With Guest Speaker John Cameron OBE

Music by Soul Mates

Tickets £70 per person including welcome drink, 3 course meal and drinks during meal

also available from Sacarello's Coffee Shop, Irish Town

Dress Black Tie (with a hint of blue)

For more information please contact 350 20043503 or email info@childline.gi

17 June 2016

The Rat Pack

Venue: The Eliott Hotel, Governor's Parade

 

  Time: 

 

8pm-Late

Come and join us for a 3 course buffet dinner and live show, with dancing!

Tickets available from hotel reception or call 350 20070500 or email molly.shatwell@ocallaghanhotels.com


Calentita is the culmination of the Spring Festival Programme, organised by Word of Mouth in collaboration with the Gibraltar Cultural Services


Since its inception in 2007 Calentita has grown from being a food festival to being a cultural event supporting and promoting many areas of home grown talent – from photography, to poetry, journalism, dance and music.


Its main focus though continues to be the wonderful varied gastronomy we can enjoy in Gibraltar. This year we will have stalls from UK, India, Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Genoese and many more. As well as being able to sample mouth-watering cuisine there will also be plenty of entertainment for the whole family. The event culminates with a one minute firework display!

From - 7pm to 1am
At Casemates Square

A gastronomic celebration of Gibraltar’s Multi-Cultural Community


21 June 2016 to 23 June 2016

World Music Festival

GWMF 2016: OBRIGADO!

Thousands of ways to say ‘Thank you’

Gibraltar Productions is pleased to announce that this year’s edition of the Gibraltar World Music Festival will celebrate cultures of Lusophone (Portuguese speaking countries) with music, workshops and a street party. The actual edition will be called ‘Obrigado!’

This year’s World Music programme is delivered to the population of Gibraltar under the patronage of the Chief Minister. GWMF is proud and grateful to announce that this year’s Festival will be sponsored by the Government of Gibraltar, the Parasol Foundation, Kusuma Trust, JYSKE Bank, SG Hambros Bank (Gibraltar) Limited, Hyperion, Deloitte, Cuca Beer, Hassans, Gibtelecom, Margaux Philantrhopy, EMID Gibraltar, Camara Municipal de Lisboa, Arquivo Municipal de Lisboa  and Sunborn Gibraltar Hotel.

GWMF 2016 will have also Spotify as a ‘streaming partner’ giving to the audience a new way to enjoy and live this unique musical experience. Thanks to GWMF’s partnership, Spotify users can browse all their playlists and also have the option to Follow Gibraltar World Music Festival profile (https://open.spotify.com/user/gwmfestival).

The artistic program will include exceptional musicians from Portugal, Brazil and Cape Verde are making their way to Gibraltar, to perform for their first time at St Michael’s Cave on the 23rd of June:

-  Carmen Souza: After the goodbye of the biggest Cape Verdean singer, Cesária Évora, Carmen Souza was named as one of the new generation singers to continue the successful path of the Cape Verdean music. Theo Pas'cal, her producer and mentor and one of the best bass players in Portugal, discovered her talent and introduced Carmen to Jazz and other contemporary sounds that markedly influenced her musical development.

-  Marcio Faraco: Brazilian music can be made anywhere in the world, and no one is better proof of this than musician and composer, Márcio Faraco. His melodies glide from samba to bossa nova, studded with inflections of jazz. Through his intimate words and rare poetic melancholy, Faraco has carved out a distinguished place for himself in the music world. Entirely lacking in cliché or affectation, his personal brand of Brazilian music is at once delicate and simple, primordial and refined, elegant and meticulous.

-  Carminho: Carmo Rebelo de Andrade was born and raised in the midst of Fado. This is why Fado is as natural to her as breathing. She began to sing in public when she was twelve. Then she started to sing regularly in Taverna do Embuçado, in Alfama, Lisbon. The year of 2013 was the year of her consecration, confirmed by the astonishing performances in Brazil, Spain, Belgium, UK, France...

Tickets will be available at 92 Irish Town at £30 (General Public) and £25 (Senior Citizens and Students). Tickets prices will be inclusive of Shuttle Service to the Cave. The pick up will start at 19.00 from Coach Park.

Come to my home / Come to my school

One of the aims of the Festival has always been to create a platform of involvement for the young generations. This year Gibraltar Productions has prepared an extensive program of activities for the students with the special support of Kusuma Trust: ‘Come to my home / Come to my school’. This is a scientific, cultural and artistic event initiated by Driss Alaoui Mdaghri, former minister and a very active figure in Moroccan civil society. The project will mix arts, cultures and nationalities. It is based on the principles of freedom, collaborative creativity, mixing and creative dialogue of cultures, the cardinal values ​​of the World Cultures Foundation.

The goal of this educational program is to create a cultural activity that benefits the students in Gibraltar, cultivate a love of reading and art, music and poetry and represent a valuable contribution to cultural animation of Gibraltar. Artists from Morocco, Senegal, France, Italy, USA, Spain, China, Japan, Mali, Burkina Fasso, India, Australia, Iran, Turkey, Estonia and Canada will participate in this activity organized in conjunction with the Department of Education and sponsored by Kusuma Trust.

GWMF Ambassadors

Gibraltar Productions is looking for senior volunteers to be part of GWMF 2016 production Team. Our ‘Senior Team’ upon successful applications will be part of following activities: Hospitality Management, VIP Coordination and Care and Front House and Backstage Management.

Successful applicants will be an important part of the production team and will have access to all events of the Festival. They will also get a chance to meet all musicians attending the festival.

Interested parties please call and/or write to 20068899 & info@gibraltarproductions.com in order to arrange interviews.

Last but not least Gibraltar Productions is planning more events related to the Festival such as exhibitions, conferences, film projections and street parties during next few months. Watch the space for updates.

For additional information, visit Gibraltar World Music Festival social media.


22 June 2016 to 16 July 2016

Lines & Colours Exhibition

A major art exhibition is being organised by the Gibraltar Cultural Services, on behalf of the Ministry of Culture.  This exhibition, entitled 'Lines and Colours - The Royal Academicians' will showcase the works of Royal Academicians: Anne Desmet, Barbara Rae and Ann Christopher.

These three renowned international artists have ties with Gibraltar having being in the past adjudicators for the Gibraltar International Art Exhibition. Their collective art varies in style and their artworks have all being exhibited in museums and art galleries worldwide. Among the exhibits will be memorabilia of their time in Gibraltar for the aforementioned international competition as well as artworks in various mediums including mixed media on paper, carborundum prints, wood engravings, etchings and bronze sculptures.  This will be an exclusive opportunity for the local community to see this collection of works in a unique exhibition.

The Exhibition will be held at the Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery, Casemates Square 


Monday to Friday - 10.30am to 7.30pm

Saturday - 10.30am to 1.30pm

Entrance Free

24 June 2016

Lunar Walk

Breast Cancer Support Gibraltar

A 5km walk that starts at midnight from Casemates to Casemates.

£5 registration on the night at Casemates Square from 9pm (no charge for children under 12yrs)

Lunar Walk T-Shirts available £6 (phone 350 58008944 after 3.30pm

08 July 2016

Miss Glamour 2016

At the  Alameda Open Air Theatre

Time - 9:30pm

FOR YOUNG LADIES BETWEEN THE AGES OF 15-21


ENTRY FORMS FOR EVENT CAN BE COLLECTED FROM
DIAMOND OCCASION, 1ST FLOOR, ICC

Closing date for both event FRIDAY 29TH APRIL
For further information contact us on 350 54 000 377


09 July 2016 to 13 August 2016

Summer Nights 2016

A varied programme lined up for 5 weeks will comprise this year’s Summer Nights. Summer Nights will take place every Thursday and Saturday throughout July and August.

The programme is focused on activities and entertainment the whole family can enjoy together. We can look forward to nights full of music, dance, singing and loads of fun for the younger members of our families with jumping castles, face painting, and loads more.


Venue: The Eliott Hotel, Governor's Parade.

Time:  

8pm-Late

 

Come and join us for a 3 course buffet dinner and live show, with dancing!

Tickets available from hotel reception or call 350 20070500 or email 

molly.shatwell@ocallaghanhotels.com

Venue: Victoria Stadium

Doors Open: 4.30pm

Also playing other acts like -  Heritage, Afterhours, Funk Shui and Butch Sundano
05 August 2016

Elvis Tribute

Starring Stelvis


Venue:  The Eliott Hotel, Governor's Parade

Time:  

8pm-Late

Come and join us for a 3 course buffet dinner and live show, with dancing!

Tickets available from hotel reception or call 350 20070500 or email 


06 August 2016

Harley Davidson Rally

 

19 August 2016

Gibraltar Beer Festival

As part of the National Week celebrations the Gibraltar Beer Festival 11th Edition kicks off at 7pm

 At Bayside Sports Complex. 

Info: (+350) 54005729


20 August 2016 to 28 August 2016

Gibraltar Fair 2016

A varied range of rides for different age groups will be provided by Atracciones y Espectáculos Hermanos Guerrero Toledo from Barbate. Additionally, there will also be tombolas, games and other side stalls including those being put up by local charitable and sporting organisations.


Insofar as eating and drinking outlets are concerned, there will be bars with catering facilities at the fairground itself and a further outlet at the Family Pavilion. The Churros stall that proved so popular in past years will also be setting up again this year.

There will also be live entertainment every night with local and visiting performers.  

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

20 August 2016 to 10 September 2016

National Celebrations


20 August 2016

Inner Circle

Venue: Sunborn Hotel, Ocean Village

Time: 9pm
Famous hit songs Sweat (A la la long) , Bad Boys & Rock With You
Sunborn Gibraltar - Last stop of European Tour
General Entry £39.00 - after party £20.00
Combo tickets entry + After Party £55.00
For further information please contact Tel ; 350 54021859


03 September 2016 to 04 September 2016

Gibraltar Music Festival

Make sure you are signed up to the GMF mailing list to ensure that you are first to hear about artist announcements and ticket ‘on sale’ dates: www.gibraltarmusicfestival.com

Further information will be released in due course.


10 September 2016

National Day 2016

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 dignitaries. This is followed by a traditional release of red and white balloons at Casemates Square.


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.


17 September 2016

Craft & Collectors Fair

St Andrew’s Church,

 

Governor’s Parade

 

From-10 am to 2 pm  entrance £1

Silver, ceramics, lead soldiers, doll’s house items, jewellery, books and puzzles, stamps and coins, Gibraltar memorabilia, antique and vintage items, retro and modern collectables,

hand-crafted items and more…free wifi


home-made cakes and refreshments in the lounge

All proceeds to the Church Restoration Fund

Stalls £10: table and cloth provided.  Enquiries please call +350 540 23 166


In aid of Bosom Buddies Cancer Trust

Mixed Cultures of Gibraltar Show

Venue: Ince's Hall, 310 Main Street

Time: 8pm

Tickets at £15 available from Hearts Boutique, 250 Main Street also on sale at the John Mackintosh Hall, 310 Main Street on Thursday 1 September from 10am till 2pm

For further information please contact Tel - 350 20079822

24 September 2016

Rod Stuart Tribute

Venue: The Eliott Hotel, Governor's Parade.

Time:  

8pm-Late

Come and join us for a 3 course buffet dinner and live show, with dancing!

Tickets available from hotel reception or call 350 20070500.


03 October 2016 to 31 December 2016

Autumn Culture Programme

Music, Dance, Art etc (Full programme of events released in due course)

20 October 2016 to 23 October 2016

Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival

Join us for our Fourth International Literary Festival on The Rock, where world class writers and speakers come together for four days of public events, staged in the famous Regency Garrison Library and other historic buildings within the ancient City of Gibraltar. 

Located where the continents of Africa and Europe converge, and where the waters of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic meet, Gibraltar is the most famous fortress in history. It is the perfect setting to discuss the evolution of literature, culture and current affairs. 
Full details of the 2016 programme of speakers will be announced soon. 

HRH the Princess Royal, Royal Patron of the Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival


22 October 2016

Craft & Collectors Fair

St Andrew’s Church,

 

Governor’s Parade

 

From-10 am to 2 pm  entrance £1

Silver, ceramics, lead soldiers, doll’s house items, jewellery, books and puzzles, stamps and coins, Gibraltar memorabilia, antique and vintage items, retro and modern collectables,

hand-crafted items and more…free wifi


home-made cakes and refreshments in the lounge

All proceeds to the Church Restoration Fund

Stalls £10: table and cloth provided.  Enquiries please call +350 540 23 166


26 October 2016 to 27 October 2016

Autumn Zarzuela

The Gibraltar Cultural Services is pleased to announce the return of the Teatro Lirico Andaluz to perform in Gibraltar as part of the Autumn Cultural programme. 


Further details will be released in due course.

18 November 2016

Festival of Lights

 A great fun-filled family event organised by the Gibraltar Cultural Services and the Gibraltar Electricity Authority. 

The official switching-on ceremony of the Christmas illuminations and a live show featuring local dancers, singers and choirs. Plus, a special appearance from Father Christmas and his Elves! There will also be opportunity for the children to visit him in his grotto.

For further information please contact the Events Department at GCS on 20075669  or info@culture.gi


19 November 2016

Craft & Collectors Fair

St Andrew’s Church,

 

Governor’s Parade

 

From-10 am to 2 pm  entrance £1

Silver, ceramics, lead soldiers, doll’s house items, jewellery, books and puzzles, stamps and coins, Gibraltar memorabilia, antique and vintage items, retro and modern collectables,

hand-crafted items and more…free wifi


home-made cakes and refreshments in the lounge

All proceeds to the Church Restoration Fund

Stalls £10: table and cloth provided.  Enquiries please call +350 540 23 166


26 November 2016 to 08 January 2017

Christmas Fair Attractions

Organised by the Gibraltar Cultural Services

For further information please contact Gibraltar Cultural Services at info@culture.gi


10 December 2016

Craft & Collectors Fair

St Andrew’s Church,

 

Governor’s Parade

 

From-10 am to 2 pm  entrance £1

Silver, ceramics, lead soldiers, doll’s house items, jewellery, books and puzzles, stamps and coins, Gibraltar memorabilia, antique and vintage items, retro and modern collectables,

hand-crafted items and more…free wifi


home-made cakes and refreshments in the lounge

All proceeds to the Church Restoration Fund

Stalls £10: table and cloth provided.  Enquiries please call +350 540 23 166