And with it, Jessica Martin, her of Dr Who fame. Here, she speaks about her participation in this year's Con and about her career as actress, writer and artist. You are an actress, writer and artist – which creative field do you identify most strongly with? And why? I suppose I must consider myself an actress first, as that has been at the core of my professional career … [Read more...] about Malta Comic Con is back
Archives for October 2019
Book is finally printed and IN HAND!! A lot of super-exciting things have happened on the book front. For those of you who need a quick refresher, my new book - a collection of anecdotes called BELTIN: STEJJER MINN NIES MINSIJA - is being released at this year's Malta Book Festival. The book is published by Merlin Publishers, co-financed by the National Book Council, and … [Read more...] about BELTIN: STEJJER MINN NIES MINSIJA
Dr Thomas Craig's theatrical seance simply moved to a new location Of course, I had to wait till All Hallow's Eve to remind you of this. So, remember your chance to be part of a Ouija board? Relax - it's all theatrical and no-one is expecting the devil to show up. However, clearly the spirits have already been hard at work pulling pranks and a new location has now … [Read more...] about The seance is still on
Malta's theatre history - a state of play We are all in agreement that Simone Spiteri's seminal work Appuntamenti was a game-changer for Malta's theatre history Only... was it, really? It certainly opened up the gates for potential change. It gave Maltese theatre practitioners a hint of a new direction that could be taken by homegrown productions. And it offered … [Read more...] about Malta’s theatre history – did Appuntamenti affect the landscape?
A game-changer for Maltese theatre, Simone Spiteri's work is once again being produced by Du Theatre. Ten years ago, Appuntamenti was staged by Du Theatre. The script, penned by Simone Spiteri, went on to win the National Francis Ebejer playwriting competition that year. It turned out to be a seminal moment for Malta's theatre scene. Appuntamenti was … [Read more...] about So this week Appuntamenti returns to our stages