Back
Register for SMS Alerts
or enter your details manually below...
First Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Password:
Hometown:
Birthday:
Sorry, we couldn't find that email.
Existing users
Email
Password
Sorry, we couldn't find those details.
Enter Email
Sorry, we couldn't find that email.
Theatre & Dance 10:48

Eden Cinemas will be showing a live satellite broadcast of The Royal Ballet’s interpretation of The Sleeping Beauty next week

A pain in the ass in the desert of the real | Brikkuni
Music 07:37

Brikkuni swerve away from their frontman’s abrasive public image in the melancholy and sometimes rather majestic third album, Rub Al Khali

Grand Master’s dagger to return to Malta after 200 years for exhibition
Cultural Diary 21-02

The dagger that belonged to Grand Master Jean de Valette is being loaned to Malta for a Heritage Malta exhibition, returning to the island after 219 years

Film review | Toni Erdmann: A sentimental education
Film 21-02

Toni Erdmann has charmed critics worldwide and swept up a generous array of awards following its debut at the Cannes Film Festival last year • 5/5

Strong contender Brooke came fourth in Saturday's music competition
Music 20-02

Singer Brooke Borg came in fourth place in Saturday's competition, despite popular opinion putting her among the top three

Claudia Faniello beats 15 singers to represent Malta in Eurovision 2017
Music 19-02

Performing the song 'Breathlessly', Claudia Faniello is this year's winner of the Malta Eurovision Song Contest

Malta Eurovision 2017: Eight acts to look out for tonight
Music 18-02

Who will emerge triumphant in tonight's Malta Eurovision Song Contest? 

Eurovision 2017 | Organising committee quits en masse
Music 15-02

Twenty-one top level staff members of the Eurovision Song Contest’s organising committee have resigned two months after the appointment of a new deputy general director

Attention all parents: Children Cinema Day on the horizon
Film 15-02

Children will be able to view a selection of 14 films at reduced prices at cinemas across Malta and Gozo on 11 March

[WATCH] America First, Malta Second video is now finally out!
Entertainment 15-02

Let's make Malta great again now...

Celebrate Carnival at Esplora with a new interactive walk-in workshop
Cultural Diary 15-02

Science and culture meet this year as Carnival takes over the national science centre

Film review | iBoy: When the info wars hit the streets
Film 15-02

iBoy is yet another example of British cinema being able to strip down genre stories to their essentials and deliver up a product that, while hardly brimming with originality, still manages to create a satisfying piece of escapist entertainment • 3/5

Questioning consumption | Kristina Borg
Art 14-02

Artist Kristina Borg speaks to Teodor Reljic about her interdisciplinary project You Are What You Buy, which seeks to investigate the patterns of supermarket consumption through anthropological investigation and creative practice 

[WATCH] Adele wins big at The Grammy Awards
Music 13-02

Adele reluctantly accepted the top Grammy accolades on Sunday night after edging Beyoncé’s Lemonade out for album, song and record of the year

Fixing the moment | Mohamed Keita & Mario Badagliacca
Art 13-02

Photographers Mohamed Keita and Mario Badagliacca speak to Teodor Reljic about how their experiences with documentary photography are shaped by political realities

Valletta Tritons head off to Italy for restoration works
Art 12-02

The Triton statues will be extensively restored in Florence foundry as part of Valletta entrance revamp 

Klimt garden painting expected to sell for over €53m at auction
Art 11-02

Bauerngarten, a 1907 landscape, is considered ‘one of the greatest works by the artist ever to appear at market’

Riding the interdisciplinary wave | Ruben Zahra
Music 09-02

Musician Ruben Zahra speaks to Teodor Reljic about Rhythms of Vision, an upcoming interdisciplinary event merging music and visual art and taking place at the Manoel Theatre, which forms part of Zahra’s Modern Music Days initiative

The sado-masochistic evening at the theatre you’ve been waiting for | Jo Caruana & Thomas Camilleri
Theatre & Dance 08-02

Teodor Reljic speaks to actors Jo Caruana and Thomas Camilleri, who will be taking on the David Ives play-within-a-play Venus in Fur in what promises to be an erotically-charged two-hander laced with dark humour

DealToday
Discover Local
Latest Videos
Carmelo Abela: Administrative changes to THPn to be announced soon
 
Carmelo Abela: Administrative changes to THPn to be announced soon
21st February 2017
Security Services to be given more resources to investigate organised crime
 
Security Services to be given more resources to investigate organised crime
21st February 2017
Tweet lands Prime Minister in Alternattiva's crosshairs
 
Tweet lands Prime Minister in Alternattiva's crosshairs
21st February 2017
Konrad Mizzi faces PANA committee
 
Konrad Mizzi faces PANA committee
20th February 2017
follow us on facebook