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 Under The Radar festival If the American west coast is famous for its music, the Algarve’s west coast is also bidding for its own rock ‘n’ roll reputation.
This weekend brings the two-day Under The Radar festival of rock, blues and surf music to Vale da Telha, on a coastal plateau outside Aljezur, within earshot of the Atlantic Ocean.

Flamenco Music “Sonando a Huelva” - Oct 27thWe’re pleased to presente a new Flamenco evening at Herdade da Corte with “Sonando a Huelva” Cante Flamenco with a great variety of the different styles of Fandango, Estribos & Sevillanas.
Sonando Huelva is a solo project of Paula Carrasco (voice) & Juan José Orta el Puebla (Flamenco guitar). Everyone who likes traditional world music is welcome to share (and dance) this evening experience with Sonando Huelva.

Activity Algarve Bike Rides

Join us for one of our bike rides through the Algarve countryside, on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays throughout the year. See details below.

I am going to make the next three Saturday rides a bit longer than usual, so that these rides can serve as training rides for anyone registered to go on our Rota Vicentina tour in mid November. Anyone else can also attend if they would like a longer than usual ride.

Deborah Kloegman Born in South Africa Deborah Kloegman grew up in Canada, where she spent most of her working life. Now retired, Deborah and her husband, Paul, recently moved to Portugal where they joined The Algarveans Experimental Theatre Group. Deborah has been involved in community theatre since she was 12 years old. With theatre training at the University of Alberta Honours Drama programme also The Banff School of Fine Arts she has appeared on stage in numerous productions in Canada, Israel, Spain and Mexico.

Christmas Fair 2018 at Nobel International School of the Algarve - Nov 17thThe much anticipated date for the Christmas Fair at the Nobel International School of the Algarve has been announced for Saturday 17th November. 
The largest Xmas fair in the Algarve is located on the EN 125 at Porches, and will welcome all from 10a.m. Featuring a host of activities for adults and children alike including Santa’s magical grotto, fabulous raffle prizes, festive cake stall, bouncy castle and many charity and trade stalls for all your festive treats. By popular demand, Santa will be making a very special appearance !

All monies raised will again be donated to a local Portuguese children’s home. Free entrance, plenty of parking.

For further information call Alan Sheppard on 914 952 299.

Exhibition of high-wrap wall tapestries - São Brás de AlportelStarting November 3, 2018, the internationally renowned high-wrap tapestry artist Françoise Devroede will exhibit her wall tapestries in the "Galeria Municipal" of São Brás de Alportel. After those of the monastery of Alcobaça and Almancil it will be her third exhibition in Portugal of authentic hand made high-wrap wall tapestries.

Whose Life is it Anyway?The Algarveans Experimental Theatre Group have again chosen a play that is thought-provoking but at the same time brings together much humour, courage and even a courtroom drama.

The play Whose Life Is It Anyway?, by Brian Clark, presents the issue of what type of care to give people who are alive in a conscious state but whose level of human activity is impaired drastically. When the person concerned states, as in Whose Life Is It Anyway?, that she does not wish to live an impaired life with mechanical support systems, what judgment should be made? Following an accident Claire Harrison lies paralysed in hospital where the medical staff are committed to keeping her alive and comfortable. But, she claims she has the right to die, backing up her request with skillful reasoning.

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