07 September 2017 to 27 September 2017

National Celebration Exhibition

At the Fine Arts Gallery, Casemates Square


Gibraltar Theme Painting Exhibition

Organised by the Fine Arts Association

Free Entry

For further information please contact Paul Cosquieri on tel 350 57857000 or Facebook page: Fine Arts Gallery

15 September 2017 to 01 December 2017

University of Gibraltar - Lecture Series 3

Gibraltar History Lecture Series 3

Register your interest at or Tel: 350 20071000
23 September 2017

Craft & Collectors Fair

Craft & Collectors Fair


St Andrews Church



10 a.m. to 2 p.m.



entrance £1


We already have a number of stalls booked - some regulars and some new faces - so there will be a variety of goods on sale, including beautifully hand-crafted pieces, collectables, and genuine vintage and antique items.

A variety of delicious home-made refreshments will be available in the lounge at very reasonable prices.

Stalls available at £10 table and cloth included.

For further information please text  350 540 23 166.

23 September 2017

La Sala - Money Makers Show

At La Sala Restaurant, Sunborn Hotel, Ocean Village.

The famed 5 - piece band from Malaga will perform a selection of Rock, Dance and Pop from the 50's to the 90's

For further information please contact Tel: +350 20016870 or email:

29 September 2017

The Rat Pack Live

The boys are back in town

At the Alameda Gardens

from 9pm

Tickets available from Danny on Tel: 350 20065305 or email :

29 September 2017 to 06 October 2017

Book Launch & Art Exhibition

'Don't You Just Love Them'

A compilation of true stories based on naughty and sweet stuff that kids have said or done, aimed at bringing joy to readers and to raise some money for different charities. 

Written and illustrated by Gail Francis-Tiron

Book launch and art exhibition opening on the 29 September 2017 at 18:00 hours, everybody invited. 

Venue: The Fine Arts Gallery, Casemates Square.  

Art exhibition will run until the 6 October and includes original illustrations from the book. Open from 10:00-14:00 hours & 15:00-18:00 hours Monday - Friday.


30 September 2017

Jersey Boys

At the O'Callaghan Eliott Hotel, Governor's Parade

Show plus 3 course dinner £35.00 per person
For further details please contact Marie-Anna Lynch on Tel: +350 20070500 or email:

10 October 2017

Autumn Classical Concert

Venue: St Michael's Cave

Time: 8pm

Matthew Hunt / clarine - t

Howard Shelley / conductor - 

The European Symphony Orchestra

Mozart, Weber, Beethoven

Tickets £20.00 at Sacarello’s Coffee Chop Irish Town , The Silver Shop at 222 Main Street or

Senior citizens tickets at £10.00 at John Mackintosh Hall reception 308 Main Street

Price includes a bus shuttle service departing from the Public Market and opposite the Cable Car as from 6:30pm

No parking available at the St. Micheal’s Cave

For further information + 350 200 72134 or

11 October 2017 to 15 October 2017

Eurafrica Trail

Her Majesty’s Government of Gibraltar is delighted to announce that Gibraltar will be the starting

point for the Eurafrica Trail 2017.

The Eurafrica Trail is the first mountain race in the world to be held between two continents and three countries.

Gibraltar will now form part of the race’s third edition, with the two previous events having had over 200 volunteers and 1,000 participants from 9 different countries. Participants will face a new challenge in Eurafrica 2017; added to the already established stages of the 25 or 50 kms leg in the Alcornocales Natural Park and the final 40kms leg in Chefchaouen, Morocco, participants will now have a 4km vertical climb from Europa Point to O’ Hara’s Battery (via Mediterranean Steps) to contend with. The Gibraltar Vertical Climb will be the starting point of an unprecedented race which will start on Wednesday 11th October and be completed over five days finishing on Sunday the 15th October in Chefchaoeun.

The event has grown exponentially and has now established relationships with mainstream and specialized media partners around the world. Eurafrica Trail also has over 10,000 subscribers and its website statistics depict over 1.5 million online hits.

In addition to the competitive side of the event the Eurafrica Trail organisers are very conscious of the natural environment within which the race is held and the communities that it involves. Thanks to this element of social responsibility, initiatives such as the planting of the Eurafrica Forest have taken place. This project reversed the carbon footprint of the event last year with the cleaning of river channels in the Alcornocales Natural Park in Cadiz also undertaken in 2016. To this end the Ministry for the Environment will explore avenues of mutual interest to elaborate projects for the very near future.

Registration for the event opens on the 30th March and can be accessed via Local enthusiasts are encouraged to participate and share what will be a unique experience.

25 October 2017 to 26 October 2017

Autumn Zarzuela

At the John Mackintosh Theatre, 308 Main Street

El Barbero de Sevilla

Organised by the Gibraltar Cultural Services.

Tickets £5 from the John Mackintosh Hall Reception. Sale date will be released shortly

 For further information please contact email: or 350 20067236

28 October 2017

Beatles Tribute Night

At the O'Callaghan Eliott Hotel, Governor's Parade.

A Sgt Pepper 50 year special.

Starring Los EscaraBajos

Show plus 3 course dinner £35.00 per person

For further details please contact Marie-Anna Lynch on Tel: +350 20070500 or email:

28 October 2017 to 29 October 2017

5th Local 4x4 Charity Event

At Europa Point

From 11am

In aid of the Clubhouse Asso.

Follow our tracks

01 November 2017


The Gibraltar Heritage Trust is inviting nominations from the public for this year’s round of Heritage Awards.

The Heritage Awards have been presented annually by the Gibraltar Heritage Trust since 1993. The awards will be made for outstanding sensitivity or contribution to Gibraltar’s heritage. They may be made to an individual (including juniors under the age of 16), group, team, club, firm or company for a positive contribution, of any kind, that has enhanced Gibraltar’s heritage, or for exceptional, successful efforts in preserving a part of Gibraltar’s heritage. The object of the awards is to recognise heritage conservation projects and developments and encourage the involvement of the community in achieving high standards of restoration of buildings, structures and monuments in Gibraltar, thus promoting public recognition and awareness of Gibraltar’s heritage and history.

There are four categories of Award:

 Junior Heritage Award: Awarded to projects carried out by a school, youth group or individual under the age of 16.

 Group Heritage Award: Awarded to companies, groups or developers.

 Individual Heritage Award: Awarded to projects undertaken by private individuals

 Special Commendation: Awarded at the discretion of the Board of the Heritage Trust to individuals, groups or companies felt to have contributed to the positive promotion of heritage issues.

What is eligible?

It is very difficult to define ‘heritage’ and for this reason the scope of the awards are wide. Consideration is given to the nomination of any Gibraltar-heritage related project such as the preservation or sensitive refurbishment of a building, structure, monument or historic garden, school projects, publications, heritage related events, a piece of research or a work of art, protection of an important tree or trees that would have been felled, or preservation of important records that would have been lost, recognition of the efforts of an individual who has worked towards the preservation of Gibraltar’s Heritage.

Who can enter?

Entry is open from any individual, group or organisation for example: developers, architects, engineers and contractors involved in restoration, new or maintenance

work; Landlords and property owning bodies; Schools and youth groups; organisations and societies; businesses; private individuals.

Further details about the awards and nomination forms can be obtained from the Trust’s office at the Main Guard, 13 John Mackintosh Square, Mondays to Fridays, during normal office hours or can be requested by email from or downloaded from our website.

The Trust hopes that members of the public will participate by nominating candidates.

Closing date for nominations is Tuesday the 19th of September.

08 November 2017 to 17 November 2017

Gibraltar International Art Exhibition

At Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery, Casmates Square


 Opened from 10.30am - 18.30pm

The International Arty Exhibition is the biggest art exhibition held throughout the year drawing artists from several countries. The competition is open to anyone aged 16 and over. A maximum of two artworks (painting and/or sculpture) may be submitted by each artist.

The winning entry is awarded the Gustavo Bacarisas Prize of £4000; the second prize is the Jacobo Azagury Prize of £2000 and the 3rd Prize Leni Mifsud Prize receives £1500.
There is also the The Rudecindo Mannia Prize of £1,000 for young artists aged between 16yrs old and 24 yrs. old.

Additionally there is one other award, for Best Gibraltar Theme £1,000

Entrance is free of charge. For further information please contact

16 November 2017 to 19 November 2017

Gibraltar Literary Festival 2017

 Various Venues

From: 10:00 - 24:00

2017 will see the 5th  Gibunco Gibraltar International Literary Festival come to life.

World-class writers, performers and public figures will once again gather on the Rock for the four day festival organised by HM Government.

We will also see the return of the special School’s Festival programme devised with the Department of Education, specifically for local students.

A celebration of literature, food, and music not to be missed!

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

Gibraltar Literary Festival Official Website

20 November 2017 to 26 November 2017

Gibraltar International Magic Festival 2017

The Ministry of Culture is proud to present the second Gibraltar International Magic Festival, from 20th to 26th November. The festival is produced by GibMedia and features International stage shows, close-up Magic, Magic Lectures and workshops.  

After last year's sell out success - more than 3,000 tickets sold - the festival is back this year and will bring together award-winning illusionists from France, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Italy and Gibraltar at the John Mackintosh Hall.  

Festival Director Jordan Lopez of GibMedia said:  "We have worked over the past year to make our festival grow and reach as many people as possible. We think we have a spectacular line up for the whole family"  

The Minister for Culture, the Hon Steven Linares, said: - “We are delighted to support once again the International Magic Festival for the enjoyment of our community and visitors alike.  This festi-val proved last year to be a total success attracting many visitors from abroad.  Yet another exam-ple of HM Government of Gibraltar’s policy of Events led Tourism”.  

Tickets start from £12.50 with a range of free events also on offer. Tickets and further information is available online at and  

24 November 2017

Christmas Lights Festival

At John Mackintosh Square.

From 6pm - 9pm

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 350 20075669  or

02 December 2017 to 14 January 2018

Christmas Fair Attractions


At the John Mackintosh Square

Organised by the Gibraltar Cultural Services

For further information please contact Gibraltar Cultural Services at

31 December 2017 to 01 January 2018

New Years Concert

Further details to follow