English Cinema in Lanzarote, 6th & 10th November 2016

The movie in English next week remaings unchanged and it will be shown both Monday and Thursday. 

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At Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife at 19:35h: "A Monster Calls". 

Conor (played by Lewis MacDougall) is a boy who resorts to his imagination to deal with his single mom's terminal illness and the bullies at school. 
Based on Patrick Ness' novel and directed by J. A. Bayona, it also stars Felicity Jones as Connor's mum, Sigourney Weaver as his grandmother, Geraldine Chaplin as the Head Teacher and Liam Neeson (or his voice, more precisely) as the Monster.   read more »

Lanzarote Information 2017 Calendar

Julie has been taking stunning photos of Lanzarote for over 17 years, and her images are used all over the world on websites and in print. 

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Each year we select a dozen of the very best to become part of our famous Lanzarote Information calendar, and this year’s is now on sale!

Aimed at true Lanzarote lovers, the calendar this year includes:  read more »

Starlight Open Air Cinema Programme November - January

Our friends at The Starlight Open Air Cinema in Puerto del Carmen have released their programme of films for the next three months. 

There are some cracking new films coming up, including:

  • Jason Bourne
  • Star Trek Beyond
  • Sing Street
  • The Secret Life of Pets
  • Finding Dory
  • Ben Hur

And as always, they have some old favourites for us to watch in a unique setting:

  • The Full Monty
  • The Life of Brian
  • Grease
  • Mamma Mia
  • Forrest Gump
  • Saturday Night Fever

Here’s the full programme for November:

Whats on Guide  read more »

Lanzarote News In Brief - Week 43, 2016

British Hiker Dies After Fall

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A 72 year British male died this week while mountain walking near to Playa Blanca. He suffered a cardiac arrest following a fall, and despite being helicoptered to Arrecife Hospital, he could not be revived.  read more »

Two More Rescued From Risco Trail

Cementerio Viejo de La Villa

Teguise council have opened an attraction for visitors to Lanzarote’s old capital of La Villa de Teguise, albeit it a little bit unusual.

Ayuntamiento de Teguise Cementerio Viejo de La Villa

The Cementerio Viejo de La Villa was the first Catholic cemetery to be built in Lanzarote and dates back to 1814. It is open to the public every day from 09:00 to 17:00. Mayor Oswaldo Betancort commented at the opening ceremony “Today we have recovered a piece of the island’s history and our heritage with the idea of sharing it with everyone who visits us”.

The old cemetery was used until as recently at 1979, when the municipal cemetery “Nuestra Señora de Las Nieves” was opened. Visitors will find mausoleums dating back to the first noble families, as well as residents from Teguise and Lanzarote.  read more »

Carol Singers Wanted In Lanzarote

The Christmas Voices are looking for singers to join them this winter:

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Sing Carols with "Christmas Voices"  read more »

Relax in Lovely Lanzarote - But Stay Safe

Lanzarote has an extremely low crime rate and you can generally feel safe around the island at any time of day or night. Some people think that crime is increasing here, but the figures show otherwise. The ever increasing use of social media means that we are more aware of the incidents that do occur.

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English Cinema in Lanzarote, 31st October and 3rd November 2016

The movie in English is back to be shown on both Monday and Thursday next week. 

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At Multicines Atlántida in Arrecife at 19:35h the newly introduced: "A Monster Calls". 

Conor (played by Lewis MacDougall) is a boy who resorts to his imagination to deal with his single mom's terminal illness and the bullies at school.   read more »

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