Gibraltar Literature Week Tickets Released


Tickets for Gibraltar Literature Week are now available with the public encouraged to support and be a part of this community event. Mark Sanchez, Ele Fountain, and Jamie Reid are three of this year’s overseas contributors. In its 3rd edition, the event organised by Gibraltar Cultural Services on behalf of the Ministry of Culture and sponsored by the John Mackintosh Educational Trust, will run between the 7th and 12th November 2022 and will see a jam-packed programme featuring many local authors and a variety of initiatives and events.

GCS will be producing a weeklong programme dedicated to literature to give a platform to local authors and generate interest in reading, writing and literature. Discussions & debate, workshops, features, radio interviews, press articles, storytelling and book launches are just some of the highlights. The talks by Mark Sanchez and Jamie Reid will feature on Saturday 12th November. Ele Fountain will target the schools earlier in the week and will also host a public event on Tuesday 8th November. Tickets will be required for all events these will be priced at £6, students go free, these will also need to be reserved. More details available on

The popular ‘An Audience With’ offering returns too, with nine varied sessions over the week. The morning and evening discussions will centre on a variety of topics to include sustainability, natural history, Gibraltar’s changing landscape, women on the Rock and will include both fiction and research-based publications. Featuring Ayelet Mamo Shay, Giordano Durante & Humbert Hernandez, Robert Santos, Prof Daniella Tilbury, Prof Clive & Dr Geraldine & Dr Stewart Finlayson, Manolo Galliano & Victor Hermida, Jackie Anderson & Rebecca Calderon, Giselle Green and Richard Garcia.

There will also be a special lightning talks session on the Friday evening with more details released soon. All talks and ‘An Audience With’ will be held at Gibraltar’s cultural hub, the John Mackintosh Hall.

Tickets for Gibraltar Literature Week are now on sale at These can also be purchased from GCS at the John Mackintosh Hall reception from 10am to 4pm, Monday to Friday.

For further information please contact GCS Development Unit on 20049161 or email