Advert

Arts & Entertainment

  • Piano’s endless possibilities

    Piano’s endless possibilities

    As Modern Music Days’ Regional Concert Series heads to the Victor Pasmore Gallery for the second date in its calendar, Iggy Fenech sits down with pianist Tricia Dawn Williams to discuss the programme for Transition, a concert that merges piano...

  • Nicky Bomba headlining this year’s Earth Garden Festival

    Nicky Bomba headlining this year’s Earth Garden Festival

    Earth Garden Festival, now in its 11th year and attracting an international audience of over 25,000 people across four days, will take place between May 31 and June 3 at the National Park, Ta’ Qali. This year’s edition features five music stages,...

  • Couture collection inspired by Keats's poetry

    Couture collection inspired by Keats's poetry

    Designer Luke Azzopardi yesterday launched his 2018 couture collection, showcasing an ethereal selection of 28 gowns against the evocative backdrop of the Gran Salon, at the Museum of Archeology in Valletta. Titled On The Museum's Ruins, the...

  • Great music for a great cause

    Great music for a great cause

    Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, Simon’s Pub Music Festival is back with what promises to be a bigger and better edition. What’s great about the line-up this year's line-up is that it brings together established and upcoming artists, the young...

  • The Royal Ballet’s Manon at Eden Cinemas

    The Royal Ballet’s Manon at Eden Cinemas

    Kenneth MacMillan’s masterpiece of modern ballet, Manon, will be broadcast live at Eden Cinemas on May 3 at 8.15pm, with an encore screening on May 6 at 3pm. A firm favourite in The Royal Ballet repertory, Manon depicts the powerful and obsessive...

  • Abba to reunite after 35 years

    Abba to reunite after 35 years

    Swedish group Abba will be reuniting after 35 years, with two new singles already recorded and a promise to release one of them - I Still have Faith in You - in December. In a statement to the press, the original band members said: "The decision...

  • Victor Agius exhibition at Iniala 5

    Victor Agius exhibition at Iniala 5

    Artist Victor Agius is currently showing a personal exhibition at Iniala 5 Art Gallery, Valletta.  The exhibition showcases Agius's latest ceramics, mixed media sculptures and panels and, for the first time, some drawings. The corpus of works...

  • Adult panto is back

    Adult panto is back

    Five years ago Steve Hili had a crazy idea to put up an Adult Panto in summer… and now it’s back for the fifth year, with a proven formula that provides a hilariously naughty night to its adults only audiences. Since its inception, the Adult Panto...

  • Get your copy of Sunday Circle this Sunday

    Get your copy of Sunday Circle this Sunday

    The April edition of the Sunday Circle magazine is out with the Sunday Times this weekend – make sure you don’t miss out! This month’s edition showcases a stunning travel promotion featuring Dubai, which remains one of the favourite destinations...

  • Anastacia to perform in Malta

    Anastacia to perform in Malta

    Pop legend Anastacia the voice behind massive hits like I'm Outta Love and Left Outside Alone will be performing in Malta on June 6. Organised by NnG Promotions, Anastacia will be performing at the MFCC in Ta' Qali.  Anastacia is one of the most...

  • Watch: Student publication Raw to launch in May

    Watch: Student publication Raw to launch in May

    For the past 23 years, students have worked together to write, design, fund and promote a unique publication as part of the course in Communication Studies, offered by the University of Malta. A group of 25 communications students are currently in...

  • Royal wedding ceremony to be recorded live

    Royal wedding ceremony to be recorded live

    When Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle next month, the Royal Wedding Ceremony will be recorded live and released on Decca Records/Universal Music Group within hours of the service ending. Decca, one of Britain’s most historic record labels, will...

  • This week at the cinema - April 25, 2018

    This week at the cinema - April 25, 2018

    Avengers: Infinity War (2018)Genre: FantasyDirectors: Anthony Russo, Joe RussoStarring: Karen Gillan, Elizabeth Olsen, Josh Brolin, Tom Holland, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Pratt, Linda Cardellini, Chris Evans, Chris Hemsworth, Robert Downey Jr, Zoe...

  • A larger than life scenario

    A larger than life scenario

    With genetic experiments and raging mutants aplenty, Paula Fleri-Soler takes a behind-the-scenes look at Rampage. In 1993, a breakthrough new technology, known as CRISPR, gave scientists a path to treat incurable diseases through genetic editing.

  • An accurate portrayal of angst

    An accurate portrayal of angst

    Love, Simon4 starsDirector: Greg BerlantiStars: Nick Robinson, Jennifer Garner, Josh DuhamelDuration: 75 minsClass: 12KRS Releasing Ltd Teen coming-of-age movies are a dime a dozen these days. And, like their hormonal teenage characters, it is...

  • Exploring gender identity through theatre

    Exploring gender identity through theatre

    The Beau Belles will be producing Stella, a theatre production exploring gender and identity that has been adapted by Neil Bartlett. The piece will be directed by Polly March. The story is based on the true-life story of Ernest Boulton, who in...

  • Celebrating diversity through art

    Celebrating diversity through art

    APS Bank has launched a book and exhibition titled Diversity – Recognising Individuality. Project curator Kevin Casha shares some words about the concept in this excerpt from his introduction to the book. The Diversity – Recognising Individuality...

  • The Pub does Shakespeare

    The Pub does Shakespeare

    It’s that time of year again, when The Bard gets a beered up makeover by director Philip Leone Ganado. Interview by Ramona Depares. This is the third edition of Shakespeare at The Pub – how was the idea born? I was, for no particular reason,...

  • Mike Myers leads tributes for 'Mini-Me' Verne Troyer, dead at 49

    Mike Myers leads tributes for 'Mini-Me' Verne Troyer, dead at 49

    Mike Myers has led tributes to his Austin Powers co-star Verne Troyer, who has died aged 49. The 2ft 8ins tall actor known for playing Mini-Me in the spoof spy movies died on Friday, according to a statement on his social media accounts. Troyer...

  • Austin Powers' Mini-Me dies, aged 49

    Austin Powers' Mini-Me dies, aged 49

    Austin Powers star Verne Troyer has died aged 49, his official social media accounts have confirmed. The diminutive US actor, best known for playing Mini-Me in the spy comedy films, had openly struggled with alcoholism. Earlier this month the...