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  • Oscar winner Rami Malek to play villain role in Bond 25

    Oscar winner Rami Malek to play villain role in Bond 25

    Oscar winner Rami Malek hinted Thursday he would appear as the villain in a new James Bond thriller that will see Daniel Craig bow out as 007 after eight years. The 25th edition of one of the world's most enduring Hollywood franchises will also...

  • It’s raining men, Hallelujah!

    It’s raining men, Hallelujah!

    Cappella Sanctae Catharinae, the only all-male chamber choir in Malta, is this year celebrating its 10th birthday. Artistic director Alex Vella Gregory tells Simonne Pace that what originally started out as an experiment has blossomed into a...

  • International Spring Festival offers line-up of big names

    International Spring Festival offers line-up of big names

    The 13th edition of the International Spring Festival (ISOFestival) opens tomorrow, raising the curtain on nine days of classical music performances featuring acclaimed international and Maltese artists. This year’s line-up includes names such as...

  • 140m of Don Quixote street art brightens access to Naxxar school

    140m of Don Quixote street art brightens access to Naxxar school

    A road in Naxxar leading from the old windmill to Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary has been given a much-needed splash of colour through a collaborative project involving local and international street artists. Leading the pack of creatives was...

  • James live in concert at Aria Complex on June 12

    James live in concert at Aria Complex on June 12

    Triple platinum Mancunian band James will be performing at the Aria Complex on June 12. James count The Smith’s Morrissey and Johnny Marr among their early fans and have become one of British indie rock’s most celebrated and enduring bands, with a...

  • Ira, Tenishia and Mana Tapu at the Beland Music Festival

    Ira, Tenishia and Mana Tapu at the Beland Music Festival

    One of the most awaited summer festivals, considered as the opening event of the summer music season in Malta is returning with an unmissable line-up that is sure to attract the huge crowds the event is renowned for. The weekend-long festival is...

  • This week at the cinema - April 24, 2019

    This week at the cinema - April 24, 2019

    Avengers: Endgame (2019)Genre: Action, FantasyDirected by: Anthony Russo, Joe RussoStarring: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris HemsworthDuration: 181 minutesClass: 12AKRS Releasing Ltd The Marvel Cinematic...

  • Malta International Fireworks Festival

    The 18th edition of the Malta International Fireworks Festival, organised by the Ministry for Tourism and the Malta Tourism Authority will be taking place on four nights between today and May 4. The festival is a guaranteed time of excitement for...

  • Milk in 17th and 18th century Malta

    Milk in 17th and 18th century Malta

    Heritage Malta is inviting the public for the sixth historic cook-along session, Milk in 17th and 18th century Malta, at the Inquisitor’s Palace in Vittoriosa.  The Criminal Proceedings of the Inquisition throw interesting light on the consumption...

  • St Gregory celebrations

    St Gregory celebrations

    The feast of St Gregory is being marked today with a number of traditional activities in Żejtun and Marsaxlokk. These include religious celebrations, among them the pilgrimage from the chapel of St Clement to the parish of St Catherine in Żejtun...

  • Historic bones to tell their story on Tuesday

    Historic bones to tell their story on Tuesday

    For the past 50 years, several human remains have been beckoning from the silent end of a secret passage in the old church of St Gregory in Żejtun, in order to reveal their story.  Ten years after their accidental discovery in 1969,...

  • Ramblers’ walks

    A moderately hard four-hour walk along paths in the valleys surrounding the beautiful Siġġiewi countryside, in close touch with nature takes place tomorrow. On Sunday a cultural/scenic walk takes ramblers through Chadwick Lakes and along high...

  • Novena to St Joseph the Worker

    Novena to St Joseph the Worker

    St Joseph has two feast days on the liturgical calendar. The first is March 19 – Joseph, the Husband of Mary, celebrated in Rabat. The second is May 1– Joseph, the Worker, celebrated with passion in Birkirkara. “St Joseph is a man of great spirit.

  • Public lecture on artistic representations and fortified landscapes

    Public lecture on artistic representations and fortified landscapes

    The National Library of Malta will be holding its next monthly lecture on ‘Fortress Aesthetics and its Silent Poetry: The Maltese Fortified Landscape and its Representation in Art’.  The lecture, to be delivered by Stephen C. Spiteri from the...

  • Concert in aid of cancer research

    Concert in aid of cancer research

    The biggest European multi-ethnic ensemble, composed of musicians from 10 countries, will be fusing their culture to speak the language of music through a one-time orchestral concert in Malta in aid of the Emanuele Cancer Research Foundation. The...

  • Hands-on experience to inspire kids’ curiosity

    Hands-on experience to inspire kids’ curiosity

    The Esplora Interactive Science Centre in Kalkara will be holding its Family Science Days between Tuesday and Friday from 9am to 3pm. During the Easter holidays families can join Esplora and get together for a hands-on science experience. Those...

  • Taking science to new heights

    Taking science to new heights

    Science in the Citadel, Gozo’s own science festival, will take place on Saturday between 10am and 6pm within the historic walls of the Citadel in Victoria.  It is a free one-day festival that celebrates the best of science and technology...

  • Accordion band performance and celebrations

    Accordion band performance and celebrations

    The Santa Maria Accordion Band will be performing during a concert organised by Philip Agius in Guardamangia on Tuesday at 7pm.  This concert is to celebrate World Accordion Day as well as the band’s 25th anniversary.  The band, which was formed...

  • A recital with a twist

    A recital with a twist

    A lunchtime concert organised by the Barocco Foundation, integrating classic with pop music, will be held at St Augustine church, Old Bakery Street, Valletta on Tueday from noon to 12.50pm. Maltese harpist and pianist Lydia Buttigieg will be...

  • The great disconnect

    The great disconnect

    A quick glance around any group of people will show you how connected they are. A million notifications a minute light up any event – sharing pictures, videos, thoughts and news. We’re connected, certainly, but are any of us actually connecting to...