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25 projects from 12 countries in this year's ŻiguŻajg

Photo: Jason Borg, DOI

Photo: Jason Borg, DOI

A total of 25 projects from 12 countries, including Malta, will be featuring during this year’s edition of ŻiguŻajg, the Arts Festival for Children and Young People, in a variety of creative forms ranging from theatre, film, dance, circus, and visual arts.

Culture Minister Owen Bonnici told a press conference launching the seventh edition of the festival that children and young people were being attracted towards culture and the arts.

Such festivals were important as they instilled a love towards culture and arts in the young generations.

Spazju Kreattiv programme manager Daniel Azzopardi said, “I am convinced that for yet another year we will be excelling through a varied programme which caters to the taste of many”.

The aim of every edition of ŻiguŻajg is to widen people’s interest in the creative sector through high quality projects which take on subjects of importance to our audiences, such as the protection of the environment, the meaning of family, the effects of solitude and more.

Productions during this year’s ŻiguŻajg, being held between November 17 and 26, will include Puzzle, The Song of the Sea and Aħn’aħwa jew m’aħniex?

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