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  • Solo comedy performance wins audience’s hearts

    Solo comedy performance wins audience’s hearts

    Stand-up comedian Kevin Naudi won the hearts of his audience, which was made up of around 750 guests, with his hilarious script which touched on the state of national football teams, being a parent for the second time, Michael Jackson through the...

  • Maltese multi-instrumentalist to release debut album

    Maltese multi-instrumentalist to release debut album

    Warren Galea is a Maltese multi-instrumentalist, composer and producer currently residing in Brooklyn, New York. His biggest five influences are Mozart, Charlie Parker, The Beatles, Frank Zappa and Jimi Hendrix. Galea will release his debut album...

  • Acting degree

    Nicola Azzopardi recently graduated from the prestigious Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts in London with a First Class Honours degree in Acting. She would like to thank the Arts Council for awarding her the Malta Arts Scholarship and for their...

  • Valletta International Baroque Festival 2019

    Valletta International Baroque Festival 2019

    Since 2013 the Valletta International Baroque Festival has treated audiences to some of the best international and local soloists and ensembles in the baroque music scene. This year’s edition of the festival starts next Friday and runs until...

  • Watch: Surfers against trauma (ARTE)

    Watch: Surfers against trauma (ARTE)

    New approaches to treating post-traumatic stress are coming to light. In Britain a pioneering initiative by the Cornwall-based charity Surf Action, introduces veterans suffering from PTS syndrome to surfing.  

  • Master class concluding concert

    Master class concluding concert

    The concluding concert of the Miriam Gauci Vocal Master Class will be held at the Ministry for Gozo Hall, Victoria, tomorrow at 7pm. The event will showcase the young singers who took part in the three-day intensive workshops with acclaimed...

  • Five things to watch for at the Golden Globes

    Five things to watch for at the Golden Globes

    Hollywood's brightest stars will hit the red carpet on Sunday for the first major awards show of the year: the Golden Globes, honouring the best in film and television. Tens of millions of viewers are expected to tune in, but what should you be...

  • Screening of Puccini’s ‘American’ opera

    Screening of Puccini’s ‘American’ opera

    A screening of the Metropolitan Opera’s production of La Fanciulla del West, Giacomo Puccini’s ‘American’ opera, based on David Belasco’s play The Girl of the Golden West, will be held at Spazju Kreattiv Cinema, St James Cavalier, Valletta,...

  • Finding shelter in art

    Finding shelter in art

    Art is not only pleasing to the senses; it can serve other, broader purposes. A long-running multi-disciplinary project at Sir Anthony Mamo Oncology Centre (Samoc) is proving how art within a clinical space can foster a warm, comforting,...

  • Enjoy Corazon’s second album performed live

    Enjoy Corazon’s second album performed live

    Corazon will perform the 12 songs from Għall-Bejgħ, her second album of original songs in Maltese, at two concerts to be held on January 11 and 12 at the University of Malta’s Sir Temi Zammit Hall, Msida. During the concerts she will be...

  • Eugene Simon to lead acting workshops

    Eugene Simon to lead acting workshops

    Experienced young international British actor Eugene Simon, best known for his role in HBO’s Game of Thrones, will lead acting workshops for members of the Teatru Manoel Youth Theatre (TMYT) at the Studio Theatre, Valletta, on January 12 and...

  • Annual Żejtun celebration

    Annual Żejtun celebration

    The Joy Gospel Singers will perform at St Catherine of Alexandria parish church, Żejtun, tomorrow at 7.45pm during the local council’s annual Christmas concert. The gospel choir will perform classical Christmas songs in Maltese and English in...

  • Watch: Beyonce helps Paris Louvre attract record visitor numbers

    Watch: Beyonce helps Paris Louvre attract record visitor numbers

    The world's most popular museum, the Paris Louvre, received over 10 million visitors in 2018, a record which it partly attributed Thursday to a Beyonce video shot against the backdrop of the Mona Lisa and other famous works. Some 10.2 million...

  • Rhythm masterclass by Efrain Toro

    Rhythm masterclass by Efrain Toro

    Efrain Toro, reputed to be one of the finest all-round percussionists in the world, will lead a masterclass in rhythm – a basic element in music – on January 12 at Knight Music, Luqa. The masterclass, entitled Rhythm in Essence, is suitable for...

  • Watch: Revolution by Women (ARTE)

    Watch: Revolution by Women (ARTE)

    The Democratic Federation of Northern Syria, also known as Rojava, managed to free itself from Syria in 2011 during the upheaval of war. Since this revolution, won by both men and women, a peaceful society is forming where women have taken up...

  • Images of a disappearing Valletta

    Images of a disappearing Valletta

    Artist photographer David Pisani is exhibiting a collection of 192 images of Valletta and the surrounding harbour area with an emphasis on its socially deprived periphery and the infamous red light district of Strait Street. The exhibition,...

  • Vocal recital at Casino Maltese

    Vocal recital at Casino Maltese

    Songs and opera arias by Tosti, Bellini, Mozart and more will be performed in a vocal recital by young talented singers at the Casino Maltese, Valletta, tomorrow at 7.30pm. Proceeds from the event will go towards the restoration project of the...

  • Watch: Mexico's La Bestia (ARTE)

    Watch: Mexico's La Bestia (ARTE)

    Every year 400,000 people from Central America traverse Mexico, a journey of some 2500 kilometres, to try to pass into the USA illegally. The quickest way to get there is by hitching a ride on the roof of what the migrants have nicknamed ‘La...

  • Stills exhibition by Anna Galea

    Stills exhibition by Anna Galea

    Maltese artist Anna Galea is exhibiting a number of works in a solo exhibition titled Stills, Opus 64 Gallery, Sliema, until January 18. Galea, who is currently based in Dubai, is best known for her abnormally large floral watercolours, though she...

  • This week at the cinema - January 2, 2019

    This week at the cinema - January 2, 2019

    Tulip Fever (2017)Genre: DramaDirector: Justin ChadwickStarring: Alicia Vikander, Dane DeHaan, Christoph Waltz, Holliday Grainger, Matthew Morrison, Judi Dench, Tom Hollander, Cara DelevigneDuration: 105 minutesClass: 15KRS Releasing Ltd Deborah...