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Boxes that tell stories | Francesca Balzan
Art 26-01

Teodor Reljic speaks to Francesca Balzan, curator of the Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum, about the venue’s latest exhibition – Snuff Boxes: From Accessories to Objets d’Art

‘Theatre should disturb’ | Adrian Buckle
Theatre & Dance 25-01

Adrian Buckle of Unifaun Theatre is making his debut as a playwright. He talks about making this important leap, and how Unifaun’s backlog of theatrical experiences and collaborations has helped him shape this discomfiting take on young romantic love

La La Land ties all-time record with 14 Oscar nominations
Entertainment 24-01

La La Land dominated the Oscar nominations, picking up 14 to tie the record set by Titanic and All About Eve

Film review | La La Land: Pick the right dream
Film 24-01

Although La La Land appears to be tonally opposed to the gritty and sometimes blood-soaked obsessive odyssey that is Whiplash, it shares thematic similarities with the former film in a way that is not entirely flattering • 3/5

‘Allo ‘Allo! TV star Gordon Kaye dies, aged 75
Entertainment 23-01

The actor, who is best known for his role on BBC television series 'Allo 'Allo! died at a care home, his former agent has said

Malta’s national dance company ŻfinMalta dance their way to London’s top theatre
Theatre & Dance 23-01

Over the next three weeks, ŻfinMalta will be performing four works to paying audiences in theatres across the UK

Pino Scicluna, icon of Maltese theatre, dies at 60
Theatre & Dance 22-01

Maltese-Italian actor Pino Scicluna, whose career started with the Ateatru company, passes away

These daily wars | Ryan Falzon
Art 19-01

One of Malta’s most promising up-and-coming artists, Ryan Falzon, speaks to Teodor Reljic about his upcoming exhibition We Lost the War, which employs his vivid and ‘deceptively simple’ style to comment on some weighty issues

Film review | Paterson: The yearning desire for a quieter world
Film 18-01

Your friendly neighbourhood film critic is currently in Rome, sampling the cinematic delights of the Eternal City – here’s hoping some of these films make their way down to our shores • 4/5

Breaking through the fog | Nicole Cuschieri
Art 17-01

After coming out of a four-month coma, Aldo Cauchi Savona decided to collaborate with a group of friends on Inwardly Silent, a multidisciplinary project charting this journey from limbo state to consciousness. Artistic director Nicole Cuschieri talks about bringing this unique and challenging event to life

Curtain is coming down on US circus with epic 146-year run
Entertainment 15-01

Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is folding up its big tent for good after 146 years in business • PETA urges other circuses to follow suit

New guidelines to ‘boost professionalism’ of Malta’s film industry
Film 14-01

Registers to be set up for film industry employees, more tax rebates planned for foreign film productions 

[WATCH] Viral mannequin challenge reaches EU ambassadors in Brussels
Entertainment 13-01

Deputy permanent representatives to the EU met this morning to discuss wholesale roaming markets: but the busy ‘Eurocrats’ also found time to take part in the Mannequin Challenge

Valletta is the guardian of our national story. Let it be told and understood
Valletta 2018 13-01

Monuments serve as a dialogue of history orchestrated by the state towards its populace: so presenting past personages in an abstract form points to a lack of clear thinking on how best to reconstruct Valletta’s public space for a proper cultural identity

[LIVE] Opening concert of Bahr, inaugural spectacular for EU Presidency
Theatre & Dance 11-01

WATCH LIVE • Opening concert of the 2017 Maltese Presidency of the Council of the EU in Valletta

Open minds and ears to the ground | Fabrizio Ellul
Art 11-01

Teodor Reljic speaks to artist Fabrizio Ellul, whose newly-opened exhibition ‘What Comes After the 1 Minute of Silence’ will use digital drawings, video art and panel discussions to examine the consequences of terrorism in Europe

The layers of Valletta’s soundscape | Renzo Spiteri
Music 11-01

For his very first solo sound installation, percussionist Renzo Spiteri has chosen to capture the soundscape of our capital city. He speaks to Teodor Reljic about Between the Heard – in which the multiplicity of Valletta is revealed, not least thanks to a rich array of locally-sourced swear words…

Mums, giant-lovers, and ever hopeful for local smut: how Pornhub’s searches paint the Maltese
Entertainment 10-01

Data released by PornHub shows Malta as having a higher than average proportion of female porn viewers

The moment when the three men accused of murdering Daphne Caruana Galizia were escorted out of the law courts to be taken back to prison after the case against them will have to be re-assigned to a new magistrate
Accused face their first sitting in compilation of evidence against them for murder of journalist
Daphne Caruana Galizia murder and aftermath - a timeline
Eyes on the road: behind the 27 cameras monitoring Malta’s traffic problem
What do people think of political party fund raisers
Menqa shed used by criminals under police and army watch
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