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  • International band festival in Gozo

    The second edition of the Make Music Great annual International Band Festival will take place today and tomorrow in Għarb. Organised by the Visitation of Our Lady Band Club, together with Għarb council, the festival will feature various bands from...

  • Sustainable living and diversity through music

    Sustainable living and diversity through music

    Sustainable living and diversity are at the heart of an event that sees a number of artists from Berlin, Malta and Brazil coming together for an evening of music and art. The event, Kathartopica, is the brainchild of Yanna Indiia, a Brazilian...

  • Six songs to represent the Maltese in the first EU Songbook

    Six songs to represent the Maltese in the first EU Songbook

    Malta is being invited to identify the six songs to represent the country in the first EU Songbook.  A total of 48 Maltese songs have been nominated in six song categories by Maltese music students and teachers. Nominations are open...

  • Creative arts for kids, young people

    Creative arts for kids, young people

    L’homme Qui Marche (Proġett Preca), part of ŻiguŻajg, is a school-based, site-specific project by Teatru Malta and French theatre group Image Aigue, in collaboration with Valletta 2018, the Drama Unit and the French embassy, that sees how children...

  • Super Sponge trio to launch debut album

    Super Sponge trio to launch debut album

    Crossover Funk group Super Sponge Trio will be launching their debut album titled Quack tomorrow at The Funky Monkey in Gżira. An instrumental power trio from Malta, the group evinces a magnetic assemblage of uncanny melodies coupled with...

  • Must-see for mischievous music makers

    Must-see for mischievous music makers

    ŻiguŻajg, the annual international arts festival that puts the creative arts for children and young people at the heart of Malta’s cultural landscape, showcases high-quality performances in various disciplines to create a programme that is an...

  • Star-studded cast for Queen meets Coldplay concert

    Star-studded cast for Queen meets Coldplay concert

    Voices and instruments are being warmed up in anticipation of a unique rock orchestral concert featuring the music of legendary bands Queen and Coldplay. The concert is being presented by the Gozo Youth Orchestra in collaboration with 7 Star...

  • They defend our freedom

    They defend our freedom

    To mark the 30th anniversary of the European Parliament’s Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, the European Parliament, together with internationally renowned Magnum Photos, presents a new documentary project that profiles four human rights...

  • Itching and scratching at Għargħur theatre

    Writer Randolph Bourne maintains that “few people ever scratch the surface, much less exhaust the contemplation of their own experiences”. Għargħur’s Dwal Ġodda theatre group’s forthcoming production Kulħadd iħokk fejn jieklu, a two-act play with...

  • This week at the cinema - November 21, 2018

    This week at the cinema - November 21, 2018

    The Girl in the Spider’s Web (2018)Genre: Crime, Drama, ThrillerDirector: Fede AlvarezStarring: Claire Foy, Sverrir Gudnason, LaKeith Stanfield Duration: 117 minutesClass: 15KRS Releasing Ltd Distinguishing itself from David Fincher’s 2011...

  • Utopian nights at Chinese Garden of Serenity

    Utopian nights at Chinese Garden of Serenity

    Utopian Nights invites the public to engage with specific contemporary issues to promote a more inclusive society. With artists and local as well as international thinkers, the public will participate in a collective effort to design a utopia, an...

  • Perfect love in French film

    Perfect love in French film

    Not My Type (Pas son genre) will be shown tomorrow at 7.30pm at Spazju Kreattiv, St James Cavalier. The story revolves around Clément, a young philosophy teacher from Paris, who is sent to Arras for a year. He meets Jennifer, a pretty hair...

  • Revisiting Maltese magic folk tales

    Revisiting Maltese magic folk tales

    Marlene Mifsud Chircop will be delivering a talk on It-12-il Ħrafa tas-Seħer Maltin ta’ Stumme skont Propp u l-Funzjonijiet tal-Ħrafa at the University’s Faculty of Arts Library, Tal-Qroqq, today. Hans Stumme (1864-1936) collected 37 Maltese folk...

  • Charming children’s opera at the Manoel

    Charming children’s opera at the Manoel

    Amahl and the Night Visitors, an opera in one act by Gian Carlo Menotti with an original English libretto by the composer, is on at the Manoel Theatre from Friday to Sunday. Audiences can follow the charming story of Amahl, a crippled shepherd boy...

  • Film evening in Valletta

    Film evening in Valletta

    One Hour Photo will be shown today at 6pm at The Cinema Bar by Citylights, St John Street, Valletta. A mentally unstable photo developer (played by Robin Williams) targets a middle-class family after his obsession with them becomes more sick and...

  • Lunchtime concert at St Augustine

    Lunchtime concert at St Augustine

    Sopranos Christabelle Vella and Celine Abela, together with pianist John Anthony Fsadni, will be performing a piano and vocal recital at St Augustine Monastery, Valletta, today at noon.  The recital, Il Mio Dolce Ardor, will feature excerpts from...

  • Willie Apap exhibition

    Willie Apap exhibition

    The evolution of Willie Apap’s (1918-1970) choice of subject matter, form and colour palette reveals a certain kind of purification, a move from the exterior to the interior, from the visible realm to that of the inner human condition, and...

  • Relationship between music and architecture

    Relationship between music and architecture

    KantaKantun Bieb Bieb is an ongoing education project which explores the relationship between music and architecture. Using parallels between the two disciplines, children are encouraged to explore different ideas of sound and space. In this...

  • The Madness of George III live at St James

    The Madness of George III live at St James

    Multi-award-winning drama The Madness of George III will be broadcast live to cinemas, in National Theatre Live’s first ever broadcast from Nottingham Playhouse. Written by one of Britain’s best-loved playwrights Alan Bennett (The History...

  • Too much going on

    Too much going on

    Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald3 starsDirector: David YatesStars: Eddie Redmayne, Katherine Waterston, Dan FoglerDuration: 134 minsClass: 12KRS Releasing Ltd Above the soundtrack of the end credits of Harry Potter and the Deathly...