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Music 21-04

Maltese singer Amber will be the opening musical act for a Bruno Mars concert in Birmingham next week

Walid Nabhan wins EU Prize for Literature
Books 21-04

Maltese-Palestinian author Walid Nabhan has won the European Union Prize for Literature 2017 for his novel L-Ezodu tac-Cikonji

Celebrating libraries, celebrating inclusion | Cheryl Falzon
Books 20-04

Ahead of the week leading up to Libraries Day, Malta National Libraries CEO Cheryl Falzon tells Teodor Reljic how this annual milestone will be celebrated

‘Just show them the damn lion’ | Philip Leone-Ganado
Theatre & Dance 19-04

WhatsTheirNames Theatre are back with Twelfth Night, and Teodor Reljic catches up with director Philip Leone-Ganado to discuss the relative merits of big vs small Shakespeare, and whether the metaphorical lions should be caged or released 

Valletta 2018 chairman wants Malta to get cracking for 2030 capital of culture bid
Valletta 2018 18-04

Local councils seeking cash from the culture fund will be obliged to submit a three-year strategic plan to benefit from the €750,000 allocated for events

This small Zejtun church was a lookout for pirates and still has a traditional festa
Cultural Diary 18-04

The feast of St Gregory has shaped Zejtun’s history and identity, as its mayor explains how the fear of marauding pirates scared off bishops from ever living in Zejtun

Sliema Arts Festival cancelled as government delays funds
Art 18-04

Much awaited Sliema Arts Festival cancelled after department for local government delays support from Cultural Fund

Film review | Free Fire: The accidental warehouse war
Film 18-04

With Free Fire, husband-and-wife filmmaking team of Ben Wheatley and Amy Jump have ensured that their pitch-black sense of humour and strict command of the cinematic idiom allows them to craft a morally vacant black comedy about a gun deal gone terribly, terribly wrong • 4/5

University student’s fake news research hooks l-Orizzont
Entertainment 17-04

University student writes false article as part of research into fake news...and ends up fooling l-Orizzont

Remembering, seeing… believing? | Alexandra Pace
Art 17-04

With misinformation being one of the primary agents of repression and control in this day and age, the Valletta-based, artist-led gallery space Blitz has seen it fit to respond in kind. Teodor Reljic speaks to curator Alexandra Pace about how the upcoming collective exhibition Truth || Lies aims to address this particularly disquieting element of our zeitgeist 

The passion of Good Friday
Cultural Diary 14-04

Paul Cocks goes on a personal journey to meet the amateurs behind the Holy Week pageantry

Russia pulls out of Eurovision after singer barred from Ukraine
Music 14-04

Russian broadcaster Channel One will not broadcast the Eurovision Song Contest because the country's competitor has been barred from host country Ukraine

Unite with Tomorrowland tickets now on sale
Music 13-04

Malta will be united with Tomorrowland through a live satellite connection making sure that no one is left disappointed

Evocative tale of guilt and self-discovery | Alex Camilleri
Film 12-04

Teodor Reljic speaks to Malta-born filmmaker Alex Camilleri about his freshly-made new short, Prickly Pear, which will make its debut at the prestigious Toronto Kids International Film Festival early next week

Film review | Ghost in the Shell: More shell than ghost, but that’s alright
Film 11-04

Ghost in the Shell has made its arguably inevitable leap to the live action big screen experience • 3/5

'Don't demolish Marsa power station,' architects urge government
Architecture 10-04

The Chamber of Architects has called on the government to halt the demolition of Marsa power station immediately and integrate parts of the building into proposed redevelopment of the site

Building poetics of relation from the Maltese bridge | Hubertus von Amelunxen
Art 10-04

As its second year in Malta gets underway with a spring session of seminars, public lectures and exhibitions, Teodor Reljic speaks to the president of the European Graduate School, Prof. Hubertus von Amelunxen, about why Malta was chosen by the Swiss-based humanities school, and what lies ahead

St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum closed for extension and refurbishment works
Cultural Diary 06-04

The museum at St John’s Co-Cathedral has been temporarily closed as it enters the dismantling phase in preparation for its refurbishment and extension works

[WATCH] V18 Foundation receives €1.5m grant from European Comission
Valletta 2018 05-04

Valletta 2018 Foundation takes €1.5 million grant from the European Commission following official confirmation of the foundation being awarded the Melina Mercouri prize

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