Interviews

Lockdown Q&A: Harriet Jelley

The fact that all bars, restaurants, clubs etc have been closed down since the middle of March hasn't stopped the fantastic musicians on Lanzarote doing their very best to continue to share their music with you. We wanted to find out…

After The Fire

On February 5th, fire broke out at The Good Old Days bar and restaurant on Puerto del Carmen’s Avenida de las Playas. No one was hurt, and it wasn’t the worst fire the resort has seen, but it’s still a huge setback for any business. We…

Spotlight On: Blas Martínez

On the 24th of this month, the Lanzarote-born tenor Blas Martínez will present a programme of songs at San Bartolomé’s pretty theatre. We talked to a man who started life by the side of Arrecife’s Charco and went on to conquer the world. Where…

Cooking to be Kind

Jilly Simmons is a Lanzarote resident who has just written and published a vegetarian and vegan cookbook that will be sold in aid of SARA animal shelter. We chatted with her last month. Have you been vegetarian for long, Jilly? I’ve…

Socialisation is Key!

Audrey at Pet's Paradise in Playa Blanca has a busy schedule of dog grooming, training and providing quality animal food and treats. But Audrey's day wouldn't be nearly as manageable without help from her socialisation dog, Ice. Shay Rourke…

The Heart of the Matter

Heart Failure is the most common cause of death for men in both the UK and Spain, and the second most common for women. Gazette Editor Shaun Addison, who suffered a heart attack last June, recently chatted to two other Lanzarote residents who…