La concejala de Cultura asegura que 35.207 personas han visitado la biblioteca desde su inauguración el pasado año La concejala de Cultura, Rosa Martínez, ha avanzado que la Concejalía de Cultura ha organizado...
El Concejal de Infraestructuras, Víctor Ruiz, ha dado cuenta de la licitación del contrato de conservación, mantenimiento de la rotulación y numeración de las vías públicas, así como la reposición de placas y números...
listen to ‘Things to do on Thursday’ on Audioboo THURSDAY 27th MARCH, 2014 World Theatre Day. Markets Albatera, Alicante, Aspe, Campoamor near Cabo Roig medical centre, Rojales. ALICANTE Historical exhibition, “Orihuela, arqueología y museo”, MARQ provincial archaeological museum (Until 11 May). Futurmoda – Fashion, leather and footwear expo, IFA exhibition Centre (Last day). BARCELONA Passenger […]
El bipartito que gobierna la ciudad de Orihuela ha celebrado una nueva junta de gobierno de la que han rendido cuenta de algunos puntos, pero no de aquellos que pueden sacarles los colores por...
WEDNESDAY 26th MARCH, 2014 Purple Day is an event designed to raise awareness of epilepsy. Beginning in 2008, people are encouraged to wear a purple-coloured item of clothing on March 26. Purple and lavender are often associated with epilepsy, as for example in the wearing of a lavender ribbon. Bangladesh Independence Day. Markets Albatera, Alcoi, […]
On Wednesday the 26th of March, various streets in the city of Orihuela will be closed to traffic, in order for a protest march against the LOMCE education reform to take place.
The main route will be between the Glorieta Gabriel Miró, and San …
listen to ‘Things to do on Tuesday’ on Audioboo TUESDAY 25th MARCH, 2014 International Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Slavery and the Transatlantic Slave Trade, recognized by the UN. International Day of Solidarity with Detained and Missing Staff Members, recognized by the UN. Markets Alicante, (Rastro), Aspe, Altea, Benijofar, ORIHUELA, San Fulgencio. ALICANTE […]
Friday’s civil case in Orihuela was for precautionary measures to be taken in regards to the non validity of the alleged expulsion of Juan Ignacio Lopez Bas and Pedro Mancebo from the director’s board of the CLR-CLARO coalition by Bob Houliston.
It was widely expected that the civil court would rule that Pedro and Juan were not expelled from the CLR-CLARO coalition because valid procedures were not followed.
Bob’s story gave the impression that Juan and Pedro had been expelled, making them non-ascribed councillors and stopping them from voting the Mocion of Censura on the 3rd January. The civil court ruling would have shown that Bob Houliston acted illegally.
However the civil court case was postponed today because the public prosecutor “did not turn up”. The new date for the civil case is the 11th April. The date for the contentious-administrative court case was postponed last month until 24th April because the court clerk “forgot” to request a file from the town hall. It’s amazing how “lucky” our left wing minority government is.
You know the saying…. If it looks like a duck, quacks like a duck and walks like a duck…..then it most
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MONDAY 24th MARCH, 2014 World Tuberculosis Day. International Day for the Right to the Truth concerning Gross Human Rights Violations and for the Dignity of Victims, recognized by the UN. Markets Cox, Elche, Formentera, La Nucia, San Pedro del Pinatar, Santa Pola, Sax, Torremendo. ALICANTE Historical exhibition, “Orihuela, arqueología y museo”, MARQ provincial archaeological museum […]
In an unexpected twist in proceedings on Friday morning, the court case in Orihuela in which Pedro Mancebo and Juan Ignacio López-Bas protested against the legality of their expulsion from the CLR-CLARO group was postponed, due to an administrat…
THURSDAY 20th MARCH, 2014 March Equinox – The first day of Spring. International Day of the Francophonie. International Day of Happiness, recognized by the UN. World Sparrow Day. Markets Albatera, Alicante, Aspe, Campoamor near Cabo Roig medical centre, Rojales. ALICANTE Historical exhibition, “Orihuela, arqueología y museo”, MARQ provincial archaeological museum (Until 11 May). ORIHUELA “Miguel […]
As we approach Easter, what better way to turn our thoughts to the Easter story than to attend a performance of Handel’s wonderful oratorio “The Messiah”. The oratorio, composed by George Frideric Handel in London in 1741, was first performed in Dublin on 13 April 1742.
After an initially modest public reception, “Messiah” has become one of the best-known and most frequently performed choral works in Western music.
Vivace will be joined by visiting soloists Mary Coffield, soprano, Rodney Porter, tenor and Arthur Berwick, bass. Mary, Rodney and Arthur are all well-known and respected singers in the North and North-East of England. They have extensive experience and a continuing desire to perform challenging music. What better than Handel’s “Messiah”, one of their favourite oratorios? This will constitute the third visit to our area of Spain to perform as soloists with Vivace. In earlier concerts each has given impressive performances: Mary and Rodney in Handel’s “Messiah” in 2011, Mary and Arthur in Carl Orff’s “Carmina Burana” in 2012, and most recently Rodney and Arthur in Mendelssohn’s “Elijah” in 2013. All three will now come together for the first time, and will be joined by Vivace’s Katy Pargeter as alto soloist for this performance.
The concert will be performed as charity events in three different venues, the first being the Casa de Cultura in San Miguel de Salinas, on Thursday 3rd April at 7.30pm. Entrance is free, and there will be a retiring collection split between two excellent causes: Firstly, the Finca la Castellana, a local animal charity, now caring for animals that have been abandoned in great numbers since the crisis, and secondly, to support the continuation of the local appeal to help the needy in the town.
The second concert is a Memorial concert, to be held in La Siesta Church, on Friday 4th April at 7.30pm. Tickets are €6, and proceeds will be donated to Arco Iris’s Children’s Home in Mozambique. This was the favourite charity of Fiona Cooke, a well known and dedicated church member, and valued friend of Vivace, who died suddenly last year, and in whose memory the concert is being given.
The final concert will be presented in the magnificent church of the Colegio de Santo Domingo in Orihuela. Tickets are €5 and proceeds will be donated to Manos Unidos. If there are enough requests, a coach will be run for this final concert from Quesada to Orihuela, calling to pick up passengers in San Miguel en route at a cost of €5.
For tickets for the La Siesta performance telephone – 659 616 356
For information and tickets for the other performances telephone – 96 572 0919 or – 620 618 069
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