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Theatre & Dance 07:58

Artists all over the world dream of studying drama professionally in London – but very few actually make it. Here, MaltaToday speaks to nine students who will be performing the musical Grand Hotel back in Malta next week

Malta’s Destiny sails to Britain’s Got Talent Semi – Finals
Entertainment 28-05

Labelled by Simon Cowell as a star in the making, Destiny will now be heading to the Britain’s Got Talent semi –finals, following an announcement on ITV last night

Ariana Grande to hold benefit concert for Manchester victims
Entertainment 27-05

US pop singer whose show ended with a terrorist attack that killed 22 people, says she plans to hold fundraiser concert in city

The ephemera of life, captured | Eszter Joo, Francesca Zammit & Julia Camilleri
Theatre & Dance 25-05

Following their one-off performance SOMNA, accompanied by a photographic exhibition by Zvezdan Reljic, dancers Eszter Joo, Francesca Zammit and Julia Camilleri speak about the dynamics of loss that underpinned this piece, and claim the local dance scene needs to move ‘closer to people’ to survive

The romance that rocked Strait Street | Philip Glassborow, Polly March & Larissa Bonaci
Theatre & Dance 24-05

Following its debut in Valletta, musical production The Star of Strait Street – which recounts the true and bittersweet wartime romance between Christina Ratcliffe and Adrian Warburton – is returning for another show. Writer Philip Glassborow and actresses Polly March and Larissa Bonaci about the show

James Bond actor, Sir Roger Moore, dies aged 89
Film 23-05

Actor Sir Roger Moore, best known for playing James Bond, has died aged 89, his family has announced

Film review | Alien Covenant: In space, everyone can see you ruin a franchise
Film 23-05

The film is a swirling, undercooked soup of bad narrative decisions and half-baked character • 1/5

Destiny gets thumbs up from Simon Cowell
Music 21-05

Maltese 14-year-old soul singer Destiny Chukunyere gets thumbs up from Simon Cowell after succesfully auditioning on the popular reality talent show Britain's Got Talent

Valletta’s Teatru Rjal may get a ‘convertible roof’
Theatre & Dance 19-05

The Labour Party in government will launch consultations into the possibility of installing a retractable roof over Renzo Piano’s open-air theatre

Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell dies aged 52
Music 18-05

Chris Cornell, lead singer of American hard rock bands Soundgarden and Audioslave, has died aged 52

Fostering musical synergies | Renzo Spiteri
Music 18-05

Teodor Reljic speaks to veteran percussionist Renzo Spiteri as he takes the helm of the first edition of the Malta World Music Festival, forming part of the cluster of cultural activities associated with Malta’s EU Presidency, and for which he will serve as Artistic Director

Recharging the narrative | Mark Mangion
Art 17-05

After a six-year hiatus away from the island, Malta Contemporary Art will be making a return to its country of origin with A Tranquil Star, a collective exhibition of international artists in the heart of Valletta. Gallery founder and curator Mark Mangion speaks about the themes that inform this exhibition, and how it tallies with the newly revamped Malta Contemporary Art and its aims for the near future

Film review | Lady Macbeth: Portrait of a Lady
Film 16-05

The utterly fantastic and slimy performances, well-written characters and well-presented and implied character motivations, the tight and careful pace and William Oldroyd’s assured direction make the story of incredibly terrible people riveting to watch

Music at the stroke of midnight | José García Gutiérrez
Music 15-05

Denise Azzopardi speaks to French horn player José García Gutiérrez on the occasion of his performance as soloist during the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra’s upcoming concert, Mozart at Midnight, at the Grandmaster’s Palace courtyard in Valletta on May 27

Portugal wins 2017 Eurovision Song Contest
Music 13-05

Winning by a huge margin, the unusual Portughese entry took home plenty of points from both the national juries and the public vote. 

Malta's Claudia Faniello fails to qualify to Eurovision final
Music 11-05

Disappointment for Malta as Claudia Faniello fails to qualify to Eurovision final 

Claudia Faniello not expected to qualify to Eurovision final tonight
Music 11-05

Bookies predict Claudia Faniello to finish a poor 16th out of 18 countries in tonight's Eurovision semi-final 

The heart of the matter | Victor Agius
Art 10-05

As his latest exhibition gets underway at Spazju Kreattiv at St James Cavalier, Gozitan artist Victor Agius speaks to Teodor Reljic how ‘Consume’ deals with the way matter is taken and shaped by man from nature and modelled to suit his daily rituals

Film review | Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2: Return of the A-holes
Film 09-05

The road towards the inevitably explosion-filled conclusion in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 features an embrace of the weirder aspects of the source material • 3/5

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