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  • Editor's choice of your photos - August 14

    Editor's choice of your photos - August 14

    Email your photos to mynews@timesofmalta.com and, should the editor select any of them, they will be published in a gallery like the one above. Preferably the photos should be landscape and at least 620 pixels wide. The photos will then be cropped...

  • A moon with a view

    A moon with a view

    The night sky was lit up by a supermoon and fireworks from Mosta’s festa on Sunday. Times of Malta photographer Darrin Zammit Lupi was on hand to capture the explosive atmosphere.

  • Moonstruck

    Moonstruck

    The supermoon rising over Mdina Cathedral last night, an astronomical event that occurs when the moon is closest to earth in its orbit, making it appear much larger and brighter than usual. This was the second of three spectacularly bright moons...

  • Just dancing

    Just dancing

    Frenchman Pierre Tappon, Portuguese Marcelino Sambe and Albanian Alvaro Dule performing in Just Dance, a ballet choreographed by American Antonia Franceschi, featuring dancers from The Royal Ballet, Rambert, Ballet Black and Random Dance at Teatru...

  • In the still of the morning...

    In the still of the morning...

    The calm passage of water leading to the sea by Kennedy Grove in Salina provides the perfect setting for a man and his inflatable dinghy early yesterday morning.

  • Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Evacuees arrive from Libya, the island of Comino is inundated with day-trippers, activists protest against the war in Gaza, a child is reunited with his father, action from the water polo Premier League - A selection of some of the best photos...

  • Malta flying high

    Malta flying high

    A hot air balloon with the Visit Malta logo is taking part in the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta. It is piloted by Maltese-born Thomas Gouder, who moved to England’s south west at the age of six. Mr Gouder got his hot air balloon licence six...

  • Tunnel vision

    Tunnel vision

    The tunnel leading to the Forni cruise liner terminal has been covered in illustrations created by a group of 40 art and design students from the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology. The drawings mark the years leading up to Valletta...

  • Facelift...

    Facelift...

    The facade of St John’s co-Cathedral in Valletta is depicted on a canvas being used to cover the front of the building during restoration. The works are expected to last about two-and-a-half years, to be ready in time for the Valletta 2018...

  • Crowded Comino

    Crowded Comino

    As Malta enters peak tourist season the tiny island of Comino is inundated with thousands of visitors, especially on Sundays, hard pressed to find a place in the sun – or out of it under the shade of an umbrella.

  • Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    A kidnap victim returns home from Libya, the Brangelina film set takes shape, relics and holy icons are displayed, and the Malta Arts Festival continues to go from strength to strength.  A selection of some of the best photos taken over the past...

  • Curtain falls on Kappillan

    Curtain falls on Kappillan

    Valiant parish priest Dun Salv – played by Pino Scicluna – will pace the refurbished square at St Elmo, Valletta, for the last time this week during Immanuel Mifsud’s theatre adaptation of Nicholas Monsarrat’s Kappillan ta’ Malta. The classic,...

  • Editor's choice of your photos - July 30

    Editor's choice of your photos - July 30

    Email your photos to mynews@timesofmalta.com and, should the editor select any of them, they will be published in a gallery like the one above. Preferably the photos should be landscape and at least 620 pixels wide. The photos will then be cropped...

  • Bewitching cello

    Bewitching cello

    Illuminated by the soft glow of a lamp, soloist Konstanze von Gutzeit bewitched the audience at the Excelsior Hotel in a concert with the string orchestra of the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday evening. The cello concerto was conducted by...

  • Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    A ship of Death brings the bodies of dead migrants to Malta; a new born tiger; a spectacular concert by Joseph Calleja as the Jazz Festival takes places elsewhere; daredevil trapeze artists, and more - A selection of the best photos taken over the...

  • Anon returns

    Anon returns

    Actors from Theatre Anon performing during last night’s production of Ir-Ritorn at the Malta Maritime Museum in Vittoriosa. Adapted from Homer’s Odyssey, the actors employ their characteristic visual style and various storytelling techniques in a...

  • Wave motion

    Wave motion

    A windsurfer takes advantage of yesterday’s strong winds at Għallis, Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq.

  • No strings attached

    No strings attached

    A performer from Fecha de Caducidad rehearses for this evening’s contemporary circus performance at Pjazza Teatru Rjal. The show blends circus acts, theatre and dance and focuses on a group of individuals confronting their personal expiry dates,...

  • Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Fires, football, the first-ever privately funded migrant rescue ship, the Malta Arts Festival, fleeing the troubles in Libya, Angelina and Brad's film set, and more - A selection of the best photos taken over the past week by Times of Malta...

  • That certain ‘X-Factor’

    That certain ‘X-Factor’

    One of the world’s most acclaimed tenors, Joseph Calleja, took to the stage at the Granaries last night for his sixth annual Malta concert. He sang duets with UK X-Factor winner Leona Lewis (pictured), Italian pop star Claudio Baglioni,...