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  • Decorative arts in 19th century Malta

    The conference ‘Perspectives on the decorative arts in 19th-century Malta’, organised by Dr Mark Sagona and Dr Roberta Cruciata for the Department of Art and Art History in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Malta, is the first edition of...

  • A radioactive rhapsody in oil

    A radioactive rhapsody in oil

    With Julian Mallia’s new exhibition – Julinu’s Radioactive Ravioli – now open, there’s ample time for you to enjoy the talent and humour in this exciting display. Jo Caruana discovers the connection between pop-surrealist art and pasta. Julian...

  • Brian Schembri talks music

    Brian Schembri returns to the Manoel Theatre on Saturday to conduct the Estonian Sinfonietta in the closing concert of this year’s International Spring Orchestra Festival. Ateş Orga caught up with him in Paris. We know you to be a motivated,...

  • Ash Code to perform in Malta

    Ash Code to perform in Malta

    Italian Dark Wave band Ash Code – formed in 2014 in Napoli by the singer Alessandro Belluccio the keyboardist Claudia Nottebella and the bass player Adriano Belluccio – will be performing in Malta. The band’s music covers a wide range of genres...

  • Take on a modern classic

    Take on a modern classic

    William Golding’s classic Lord of the Flies was brought to life on the Manoel Theatre stage by the young performers in the Teatru Manoel Youth Theatre troop. Directed by Ian Moore and featuring a crop of fresh faces, the play explores the...

  • Symphonic grandeur

    Symphonic grandeur

    No wonder critics were bewildered by Brahm’s Violin Concerto in 1879. Not only is it a monumental work that requires highly attentive listening, it often feels more like a symphony with violin than a concerto. The work has none of the fireworks...

  • Tribute concert to Eric il-Punk

    Tribute concert to Eric il-Punk

    A concert is being held as a tribute to one of Malta’s biggest pioneers of the punk genre, Eric il-Punk, an icon on the local scene who passed away last February. The event is being organised by Abstrass – a band that is also synonymous with the...

  • Out with the old, in with the new

    Out with the old, in with the new

    Speaking exclusively to Iggy Fenech, singer-songwriter Clinton Paul reveals the date of his upcoming album and what his fans and haters can expect from it. A shot of high-heeled boots comes into focus as lift doors open. Clinton appears on screen...

  • Finding voices

    Finding voices

    Ilħna Mitlufa is back and on tour! After having blown audiences away during its first successful run in 2018 and even being nominated for a People’s Choice Award at the 2019 Premju għall- Arti, Teatru Malta has decided to give the people what they...

  • Watch: Maltese singer, 10, stuns Britain's Got Talent

    Watch: Maltese singer, 10, stuns Britain's Got Talent

    'Giorgia Borg' managed to become the darling of Maltese music in just over three minutes on Saturday night after a mesmerizing performance on Britain's Got Talent. The Maltese singer, aged 10, stunned the judges to the extent that she even got the...

  • Parents vote to drop Michael Jackson's name from his old school hall

    Parents vote to drop Michael Jackson's name from his old school hall

    Parents at a Los Angeles elementary school have voted on whether to drop Michael Jackson's name from the auditorium after damaging pedophilia allegations made against the late pop singer in a documentary. Gardner Street school's Michael Jackson...

  • Supporting local feasts

    Supporting local feasts

    It’s about that time of year that colour, music, and fireworks become a part of our weekends. Locals and foreigners gather to enjoy one of the most traditional forms of celebration in Malta, the ‘festa’ (feast). During the feasts, the main streets...

  • Feast of colour

    Feast of colour

    Valletta Waterfront will bloom with colour, music and entertainment this weekend for the fifth edition of Colour Fest. The iconic coloured doors have been the inspiration for this event, which together with the historic Grand Harbour serve as a...

  • Amber releases new single 'Alive'

    Amber releases new single 'Alive'

    Singer Amber has made a comeback with a new single while working on a whole new studio album, to be launched later in the year. This album will be a collaboration with different producers to highlight Amber's particular timber and style. Through...

  • Julinu’s Radioactive Ravioli art exhibition

    Julinu’s Radioactive Ravioli art exhibition

    The debut solo exhibitionfrom award-winning illustrator, graphic designer and fine artist Julinu (Julian Mallia) opens today, and will be exhibited at Spazju Kreattiv in Valletta until May 26. Fusing fine-art techniques and deadpan humour,...

  • Evolution by Renzo Spiteri

    Evolution by Renzo Spiteri

    Evolution is Renzo Spiteri’s new experiential sound performance that invites participants to consciously engage with the act of listening (as opposed to the habitual act of hearing) and to experience atmospheres that are generated within...

  • Masquerade’s Glitter Punch being staged this weekend    

    Masquerade’s Glitter Punch being staged this weekend    

    Lucy Burke’s coming-of-age drama Glitter Punch is being performed for three nights only this weekend. The play tells the story of two young characters whose meeting tests the boundaries of conventional romance. Following its critically acclaimed...

  • Songs, laughs and monstrous fun

    Songs, laughs and monstrous fun

    A mouse took a stroll through the deep dark wood… Join Mouse on a daring adventure through the deep, dark wood in Tall Stories’ magical, musical adaptation of the Macmillan classic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler. Conceived in...

  • 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...