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  • Celebrating through dance

    Theresa Lungaro-Mifsud’s creative team of teachers and choreographers has put together a colourful programme for The Dance Workshop’s latest dance production A Year in Dance. The production depicts the different celebrations that we experience...

  • London master classes for aspiring performers

    A series of master classes, aimed to give aspiring musical theatre performers an idea of what it’s like to be a performer in training are being organised in London by DLS Productions and artist Ben Darmanin. A Week in the Life includes daily...

  • A victim’s point of view

    I, Malvolio (St James Cavalier), written and performed by Tim Crouch, opens as the audience trickles in and sees the tall figure of a man wearing badly soiled and torn underwear and a flapped cap. He has horns, and he looks disapprovingly at us,...

  • A month with Jeni Caruana

    Artist Jeni Caruana is showing a collection of watercolours and acrylics capturing rural landscapes, garden scenes and gnarled olive trees at Villa Bologna, Attard. Caruana, who has organised regular Friday painting classes in the gardens of Villa...

  • Retrospective by Norbert Attard

    Artist Norbert Attard is hold-ing a retrospective exhibition showing the evolution of his work over the past 40 years. The exhibition will be showing a selection of works from three distinct phases in his art practice. Attard will be showing...

  • A lesson in laughter

    Take your children on a hilarious trip through history, thanks to the laugh-out-loud antics of Malcolm Galea and The Complete History of Europe (More or Less). Jo Caruana takes an unusual lesson in history. Back in the day, wouldn’t it have been...

  • Kiss, Peter Gabriel inducted by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

    Flamboyant rockers Kiss and British singer-songwriters Peter Gabriel and Cat Stevens were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Thursday, but, as they had vowed, the four original members of Kiss did not perform. The 1970s shock-rockers...

  • Stephen Colbert to replace David Letterman

    A new kind of Stephen Colbert will be succeeding CBS’s Late Show host David Letterman next year, capping the generational shift in late-night TV’s landscape across US networks eager to attract younger viewers and online followings. Colbert, 49,...

  • The origin story of a mythical Greek hero

    The Legend of Hercules (2014)Certified: 12ADuration: 99 minutesDirected by: Renny HarlinStarring: Kellan Lutz, Gaia Weiss, Scott Adkins, Roxanne McKee, Liam Garrigan, Liam McIntyre, Rade Šerbedžija, Johnathon Schaech, Luke Newberry, Jukka Hilden,...

  • Musical of musicals

    The Mediterranean Conference Centre will be alive with the sounds of popular tunes this weekend as it stages one of the world’s best-known rock music-als, Jesus Christ Superstar. The musical, first staged in the 1970s, promises to transport...

  • An ode to Hillsborough 96

    The names of all 96 Liverpool fans who died at Hillsborough will be sung as part of a new symphony commemorating the disaster by avant-garde composer Michael Nyman. The work will be performed in Liverpool’s Church of England cathedral by the...

  • British PM recites poem for WWI centenary album

    UK Prime Minister David Cameron could make his chart debut, after recording a track for a new album – on which he will feature alongside EastEnders star Danny Dyer. The PM has recited Rupert Brooke’s poem The Soldier for the official World War I...

  • Abba fetes 40 years since Waterloo hit

    Within strolling distance of the rail station bearing the name of their first international hit, Swedish band Abba celebrated 40 years of breathtaking success with a party at London’s Tate Modern museum to mark their groundbreaking song...

  • Stars reunite for Nigeria film

    Chiwetel Ejiofor and Thandie Newton brought together Hollywood and Nollywood for their premiere of Half of a Yellow Sun. The film, in which they play a couple, is adapted from the book by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, set in Nigeria during the...

  • Motet on Gregorian themes

    ConcertSchola Cantorum Jubilate;Marvic Monreal, mezzo-soprano; Albert Buttigieg, bass;Simone Vebber, organ; Britt Arend, harp;Members of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, dir. Chris MuscatRobert Samut Hall The music of Maurice Duruflé rarely makes...

  • Courting controversy

    Staġun Teatru Malti is known for courting controversy in Maltese drama. Their production of Jien inħobb, inti tħobb earlier this year broke all records for Maltese plays at the Manoel Theatre. This week, they are presenting their most challenging...

  • Peeved, wronged Malvolio unfolds in splendid form

    TheatreI, MalvolioSt James Cavalier Far from yellow stockings, pompous strutting and promises of love mixed with delusions of grandeur, Illyrian Steward Malvolio found himself centre stage on his own soap box at St James Cavalier last week. Solo...

  • Mad Men enters final season

    The dresses are shorter, the women are bolder and the weather is sunnier, but Don Draper has never been more at odds with the changing world around him, as AMC’s advertising drama Mad Men enters its final season. In Sunday’s seventh season...

  • An urban fantasy

    A New York Winter’s Tale (2014)Certified: 12ADuration: 118 minutesDirected by: Akiva GoldsmanStarring: Colin Farrell, Jessica Brown Findlay, Jennifer Connelly, Russell Crowe, Mckayla Twiggs, Eva Marie Saint, Will Smith, William Hurt, Ripley...

  • It’s Muppet time again

    Muppets Most Wanted (2014)Certified: UDuration: 113 minutesDirected by: James BobinStarring: Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell, Tina FeyVoices of: Steve Whitmire, Eric Jacobsen, Dave Goelz, Bill Barretta, David Rudman, Matt VogelKRS release The end of...

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