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  • Dance event for children

    Dance event for children

    Duende is a dance event for children aged five to eight. The heart and soul of Spanish flamenco dance! Literally meaning ‘A heightened state of emotion’, the dancer performs to works by the Maltese poet, Achille Mizzi. Duende takes place at the...

  • Harmonies shaping identities

    Harmonies shaping identities

    How do conflicts and harmonies shape identity and influence individual and collective memories? What is our positioning in the world amid tensions derived from sociopolitical and environmental issues, migration, and the blurring of lines between...

  • Palestinians plan Eurovision alternative

    Palestinians plan Eurovision alternative

    Israel hosts the Eurovision song contest this week and the thousands of visitors who come with it, but Palestinians are planning an alternative they hope draws attention to the country's occupation. The alternative to Eurovision, called...

  • Musical journey

    Musical journey

    TAO Productions presents Alexandra Alden live at the National Library in Valletta tomorrow at 8pm. Alden will be joined by her Netherlands-based band members Donatas Bielunskis (double bass) and Marien Okkerse (cello).  They will take patrons on...

  • Conflict between good and evil

    Conflict between good and evil

    The third and final part of the trilogy, Ave Maria għall-Ispettur Bonnici, will be presented at the Manoel Theatre by Staġun Teatru Malti. This final segment can be seen and understood on its own merit without the need to have seen the other two...

  • Eurovision: Malta's Michela Pace has Greek and Italian roots

    Eurovision: Malta's Michela Pace has Greek and Italian roots

    She might be the pride of Gozo, but Malta’s 2019 Eurovision hopeful Michela Pace has genes which are distinctly Italian, Greek and even north African in nature. An analysis of Michela’s genetic background carried out by DNA experts MyHeritage has...

  • What happened to Malta on the Sette Giugno?

    What happened to Malta on the Sette Giugno?

    June this year marks the centenary of one of the most defining moments from recent Maltese history - the 100 year anniversary since the 1919 Sette Giugno riots. Teatru Malta in partnership with FCN will be re-telling this monumental narrative...

  • This week at the cinema - May 15, 2019

    This week at the cinema - May 15, 2019

    Tolkien (2019)Genre: BiopicDirector: Dome KarukoskiStarring: Nicholas Hoult, Lily Collins, Colm Meaney, Derek Jacobi, Tom Glynn-Carney, Anthony BoyleDuration: 111 minutesClass: PGKRS Releasing Ltd When we think about J.R.R. Tolkien, his stories...

  • First Archbishop’s charity concert

    The Archdiocese of Malta is organising the first ‘Archbishop’s Charity Concert’ on Sunday at 7pm at St Paul’s Cathedral, Mdina. This classical concert by the Venus Harp Trio and pop guitarist and singer Fiona Cauchi will deliver a delightful...

  • Public lecture

    Public lecture

    ‘Travelling back in time with the Neolithic Gozitans’ is the next in the series of Wirt Għawdex public lectures, during which osteologist and archaeologist Bernardette Mercieca Spiteri will reveal some intriguing details about the research being...

  • Mass for peace at MCC

    Commissioned by the Royal Armouries Museum for its millennium celebrations, Karl Jenkins’ The Armed Man – A Mass for Peace is a musical setting of the Catholic Mass, which also incorporates other religious and historical sources, including the...

  • Emancipation of Maltese society

    Emancipation of Maltese society

    An adaptation of Francis Ebejer’s Il-Ħarsa ta’ Rużann will be held at the Spazju Kreattiv theatre in Valletta this weekend. The writing for the stage and direction are by Jamie Cardona, an 18-year-old young man who puts new energy and creativity...

  • Scent and sensibility

    Scent and sensibility

    A powerful contemporary dance rendition of the fantasy novel Perfume: The Story of a Murderer, thrilled the audience at the Manoel Theatre at the weekend. The show was one of the first Moveo Dance Company is presenting this year as part of its...

  • Architecture lectures

    Architecture lectures

    In keeping with its remit to promote awareness and sensitive reuse of Malta’s architectural heritage, Flimkien għal Ambjent Aħjar (FAA) is organising a series of four lectures showing our heritage sustainably remodelled and renewed.  Four...

  • Jazz jamboree

    Jazz jamboree

    Pjazza Teatru Rjal has become synonymous with high-level jazz productions. The jamboree on Friday brings together international artists of the highest calibre for a unique jazz extravaganza.  Concert Climat is a powerful musical evocation of...

  • Ramblers’ walks this week

    An easy to moderate walk takes place tomorrow along Dingli Cliffs and heading inland towards Wied Ħażrun, Wied ir-Rum and then on to Mtaħleb. The return march will take in scenic country lanes. The walk starts from near Bobbyland Restaurant on...

  • Pharmacy Museum opens its doors

    Pharmacy Museum opens its doors

    A visit to the Pharmacy Museum in Rabat will be held on Thursday from 9.30am. Visitors will be guided to view what an old pharmacy of more than 100 years would look like, together with the unique collection of instruments on display used in...

  • Marking World IBD Day

    Marking World IBD Day

    To mark World Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Day on Sunday the Malta Association of Crohn’s and Colitis (MACC) is holding a display of posters in the foyer of Mater Dei Hospital until Tuesday. IBD is comprised of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative...

  • Jeremy Kyle show taken off air following death of guest

    Jeremy Kyle show taken off air following death of guest

    Britain’s controversial TV programme The Jeremy Kyle Show has been suspended indefinitely following the death of a guest who appeared on the show. The popular talk show, which launched in 2005 as a British equivalent to the USA’s Jerry Springer...

  • Movies under the stars

    Movies under the stars

    Jugs Malta will be hosting an open-air cinema week  from Thursday to Sunday at the Sheer Bastion in Senglea. The films to be screened outdoors will include The Greatest Showman on Thursday, Dirty Dancing on Friday, Shawshank Redemption on Saturday...