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Arts & Entertainment

  • Chasing an obsession

    Chasing an obsession

    The Lost City of Z4 starsDirector: James GrayStars: Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna MillerDuration: 141 minsClass: 15KRS Releasing Ltd I knew nothing about The Lost City of Z - expecting, given its rather B-movie-style title, a throwback...

  • Shades of Tarantino

    Shades of Tarantino

    Free Fire4 starsDirector: Ben WheatleyStars: Sharlto Copley, Brie Larson, Armie HammerDuration: 90 minsClass: 15KRS Releasing Ltd Never has a movie been as aptly named as Free Fire, which, in a nutshell, is essentially 90 minutes of the members of...

  • All Mdina roads lead to Golgotha

    All Mdina roads lead to Golgotha

    The sombre and silent roads of Malta’s old capital will tomorrow tell the 2,000-year-old tale that is recounted annually just before Easter. The Passion of Christ will be re-enacted tomorrow by Carpe Diem Productions, which has organised a similar...

  • Free concert to probe relationship between Valletta architecture and music

    Free concert to probe relationship between Valletta architecture and music

    Two free concerts on a Stradivari violin will explore the underlying relationship between music, mathematics and the architecture of Valletta. While stone facades and musical compositions seem unrelated, the geometry used to construct many of...

  • Mel B's husband denies 'outrageous' abuse claims

    Mel B's husband denies 'outrageous' abuse claims

    The estranged husband of Mel B has "vehemently" denied allegations he subjected her to years of physical and emotional abuse. Lawyers for Stephen Belafonte issued a statement after the former Spice Girl was granted a temporary restraining order...

  • 42nd Street revived on West End

    42nd Street revived on West End

    The Duchess of Cambridge dazzled in a maroon Marchesa gown as she brought some royal glamour to the red carpet at the opening night of the musical 42nd Street in London. Kate attended the West End revival of the Broadway hit at the Theatre Royal...

  • Carrie Fisher’s last TV role

    Carrie Fisher’s last TV role

    The season finale of Channel 4’s Catastrophe featured Carrie Fisher in her last TV role as the hilarious and profanity-loving mother of Rob. Fisher’s portrayal as Rob Delaney’s character’s irritating mother Mia in the Bafta-winning British sitcom...

  • Orwell’s 1984 back in theatres

    Orwell’s 1984 back in theatres

    Nearly 200 independent movie theatres across the US on Tuesday screened the film version of George Orwell’s 1984 novel about a dystopian future, in what organisers said was a stand against US President Donald Trump’s administration. The United...

  • This week at the cinema

    This week at the cinema

    Lost City of Z (2016)Genre: Action adventureDirector: James GrayStars: Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, Sienna Miller, Tom Holland Duration: 141 minutesClass: 15KRS Releasing Ltd Based on the bestselling book of the same name by David Grann, the...

  • Daniel Craig’s 007 can be the rock of secret agents – Pierce Brosnan

    Daniel Craig’s 007 can be the rock of secret agents – Pierce Brosnan

    Pierce Brosnan has backed Daniel Craig to play James Bond into his 50s but said there is an age where he must say “enough’s enough”. The former 007 star said Craig was “brilliant” in the role and urged him to continue starring as the famous spy...

  • Singing amid the sirens

    Singing amid the sirens

    The fascinating history of the Maltese islands during the tumultuous World War II has been documented countless times, but it is always the humanity behind the factual textbooks which keeps tugging at our heartstrings and inciting our...

  • Harrison Ford, daring Star Wars pilot, gets away with real life flying mishap

    Harrison Ford, daring Star Wars pilot, gets away with real life flying mishap

    Actor Harrison Ford, the daring space pilot of "Star Wars" fame, will get to keep flying airplanes in real life after federal officials closed a probe of his latest aviation mishap near Los Angeles without fines or other discipline, his lawyer...

  • Boss Baby tops US box office as Ghost in the Shell bombs

    Boss Baby tops US box office as Ghost in the Shell bombs

    Boss Baby is enjoying the view from the top. The animated comedy bottled up a leading $49 million from 3,773 locations, edging out Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, a box office juggernaut that’s dominated the multiplexes since debuting three weeks ago.

  • Tom Cruise fights ‘the ultimate evil’ in The Mummy trailer

    Tom Cruise fights ‘the ultimate evil’ in The Mummy trailer

    Hollywood star Tom Cruise is seen fighting “the ultimate evil” in a terrifying trailer for his new film The Mummy. The actor plays leading man Nick Morton, who accidentally stumbles on the desert tomb of an ancient princess named Ahmanet (Sofia...

  • 'Designed by Dance' to be staged on Sunday

    'Designed by Dance' to be staged on Sunday

    The Dance Workshop's annual production will be staged on Sunday at the Mediterranean Conference Centre.  'Designed by Dance' is the group's 18th annual production. The concept behind this year's performance will be inventions – with the main...

  • A heist comedy with social commentary

    A heist comedy with  social commentary

    The world of the senior citizen is often no comedy, but veteran actors Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman and Alan Arkin have combined comedy and social commentary in their new film Going in Style about a group of elderly bank robbers. The remake of...

  • Ferrante novel being adapted for US, Italian TV

    Italian novelist Elena Ferrante’s bestselling novel My Brilliant Friend is headed to television as an eight-part series, US cable channel HBO and Italy’s Rai television said. The novel, about two women’s volatile childhood friendship and set in...

  • Connectivity through art

    Connectivity through art

    The Malta Stock Exchange is sponsoring an art exhibition, curated by artist Adrian Scicluna, within the Exchange building at the Garrison Chapel at Castille Place in Valletta. The exhibition investigates notions of connectivity, with participating...

  • Hidden theatre spaces discovered

    Hidden theatre spaces discovered

    Ninety per cent of theatre spaces are located outside Valletta, according to the first ever audit of theatre spaces in Malta and Gozo, which was officially launched recently. Only 37 per cent of theatres in Malta and Gozo are public; the majority...

  • Celestial exaltation

    Celestial exaltation

    “From the heart – may it go to the heart.” Forged in humility, Beet­hoven’s Missa solemnis – neither the first nor last of its kind but the only one of such majesty – baffled its era and continues to agonise ours. It takes a brave man and an...

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