And we can’t wait to see Roger Tirazona put on his best tango shoes as the legendary Gomez Addams! We have DLS Productions – or rather, ARTHAUS, as it is now known since its recent rebranding – to thank for… Read moreThe Addams Family hits Malta’s stages in March
Bubbles & Surf at Taro Bubbles are some of my favorite things. I could happily drink champagne, instead of water, if it weren’t so expensive. Whoever came up with that quote, thank you. You are my spirit animal. When Taro… Read moreThis food and beverage pairing experience gets my thumbs up
and for angels, too And Tango Nuevo Quintet are planning to show us exactly what they mean while performing Astor Piazzolla’s tango nuevo in a concert that gives homage to the popular musical masterpieces of the Argentinian composer. The concert, Diablo y Angel… Read moreTango is for devils…
Want to be part of the largest Ouija board session in Europe? Dr Thomas Charles Craig’s Seance gives you the opportunity to do just that and promises to serve all the chills on your favourite fright night. And let’s not… Read moreY’all ready for Halloween yet?
An exhibition by Alex Urso – called What remains of Europe? Postcards from Grand Hotel Europa – poses the question through visual art. Interview by Karsten Xuereb. The name Alex Urso may as yet not be familiar within the visual… Read moreIs ‘Europe’ still relevant?
The House of Lilly Mae Fashion Show You know me, I’m more likely to be seen scoffing down a scone than soaring on sophistication. But, when I received an invite to this second edition of the Lilly Mae fashion show… Read moreA celebration of womanhood
Remember that creepy woman bashing dolls in Zebbug? Well, here’s the real story… Public reaction to a series of appearances by a masked woman in Żebbuġ and other villages was rather… disturbing. After I uploaded a video on this website’s… Read more‘It’s our responsibility as National Theatre to take risks’
This was director Antoine Farrugia‘s first outing and I am sure he is satisfied with the outcome. The couple of hours I spent there, I planned well and managed to catch a number of performances and events and bumped (literally)… Read moreNotte Bianca rolled by again last Saturday and my, were the crowds ready for it.
Did women’s rights just take a deeper dive in Malta’s law courts? Things I learnt yesterday. Until age 20, you are at perfect liberty to get absolutely wasted. And, while wasted, you are also at liberty to assault anyone with… Read moreSexually assaulted ‘for no good reason’
Sticky Banana Gingerbread From the new book 365: A Year of Everyday Cooking, no less. Rather than showing off the fruit in all its baked beauty on top of the loaf, Meike Peters‘ sticky banana gingerbread swallows it instead. It… Read moreDoes the idea of an exclusive Meike Peters recipe make you happy?
365 – A Year of Everyday Cooking & Baking, is Meike Peters’ second book. In 2016 she scooped the James Beard Award from right under the nose of The Barefoot Contessa with her first book. Now, Meike Peters is back… Read moreMeike Peters’ new recipe book has landed
Their new single Oceans is a socially-driven track. It claps back at governments world wide for failing to address the migration problem in a humane manner The track expresses the struggle to understand why people are threatened by diversity and… Read moreMaltese duo Berne is back
Today I found paradise and had tea with Alice. Well, not really, but attending the Pink Tea Garden really did feel like I had stumbled into a fairyland. Working a high-pressure job 24 x 7, I had not realised how… Read moreThe Pink Tea Garden
Just add a random ‘really?!?!’ from Alex Alden and we have the X-Factor trifecta! X-Factor power is real. Just check out Queen Ira Losco’s latest release Cannonball, a new single and video with princess-in-waiting Michela, also X-Factor winner if you… Read moreAn Ira Losco & Michela collab!
We’ve already established I’m in love with Valletta. This week’s main write-up is also dedicated to our gorgeous capital. Meet writer, sailor, woman-extraordinaire Clare Francis. She sailed the Atlantic single-handedly back in 1976. Her novel Night Sky reached Number One… Read more‘You don’t want Malta to look like any other island’
Valletta’s newest restaurant reviewed What: underGrainWhere: The fine dining restaurant in the heart of the city Why: An invitation to review. When the lovely Gordon Borg, marketing head at AX Hotels, invited me over to try out Grain I didn’t… Read moreunderGrain refined dining is rather amazing
Artist Gabriel Buttigieg’s latest collection. On the last edition of the Sunday Times of Malta I ran a feature about artist Gabriel Buttigieg‘s latest collection, which he is showing in Gdansk, Poland. The Beach is a 13-strong collection of paintings… Read moreThe darkness in his sexuality
You know, as a thank you for all they have to put up with through the years. Notte Bianca invariably evokes contradictory feelings in me. On the one hand, as a Valletta citizen I am hyper-aware of the inconveniences caused… Read moreHow about a Notte Bianca just for Valletta residents?