Valletta Contemporary has launched residencies on the sister isle for creative practitioners The Valletta Contemporary residency programme aims to introduce artists and creative practitioners to Gozo’s offering as an inspiring creative environment with plenty of opportunities for exploration and discovery… Read moreAre you an artist eyeing a residency in Gozo?
Why would it have been considered ‘normal’ for Mr Fenech to offer gifts in the five figure price bracket? So my last post about Malta’s biggest panto took Joseph Muscat to task for inviting the likes of Yorgen Fenech to… Read moreWhat’s the real story behind the Girgenti invitations?
Hint – I mean Joseph Muscat and Keith Schembri Are Joseph Muscat and Keith Schembri truly above the law? Well, the events of Christmas Eve and Boxing Day certainly do nothing to allay our worries in that respect. Kicking off… Read moreSome pigs are really more equal than others
Where the classic favourites flirt with some wow flavours. A hearty Sunday lunch at a good Maltese restaurant is one of the best things about the winter season, and screw the post-Christmas diet is what I say. Especially when it… Read moreRestaurant Review: A Corinthia Palace Lunch
Maltese, what a beautiful language. Much as I enjoy writing in English, sometimes you just need to employ a good, bombastic Maltese idiom to make your feelings crystal clear. He has no shame just doesn’t quite cut it. The ‘he’… Read moreMeta ma jkollokx żejt f’wiċċek
And we are so ready Inspired by New York’s world-famous MET Gala, (you know the one, the fashion-art event that’s always drilling celebs doing paparazzi-worthy stuff) The MET[A] Gala is hosted by Valletta Contemporary, Valletta’s iconic contemporary arts space. Already… Read moreMalta’s first Met[A] Gala happens tomorrow
Panto in the Dark is back with a second edition that sets out to prove what an exciting time it is to be a theatre-maker in Malta. Panto in the Dark, the second edition, is up soon. Written and directed… Read more‘Never underestimate your audience’
And we need a real people’s party Jesus wept. This photo (taken by Matthew Xuereb for the Times of Malta) is instantly iconic for all the wrong reasons. The two big shining hopes of the PL, one of whom is… Read moreThey Take Us for Fools
Every part is essential towards creating a gorgeous entire season, Kenneth Zammit Tabona says ahead of Monteverdi Project performance. For the past two years or so, a group of singers have been undergoing training in ensemble work and Baroque vocal… Read more‘Planning the Teatru Manoel music programme is like working on a mosaic’
Monteverdi Project performance to include recently discovered work by Balzano. Since 2017, The Monteverdi Project, which was devised by Teatru Manoel Artistic Director Kenneth Zammit Tabona, has seen a group of musicians and singers following a series of masterclasses by… Read moreMdina Archives an ‘Incredible Resource for Malta’ – Monteverdi Project