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Haunted houses: Spooked out in Mdina
Entertainment 31-10

Paul Cocks went on a ghost tour of Mdina to try and discover why these tours were gaining such a following, although he could not bring himself to go alone.

Five Maltese ghost stories to spook you out this Halloween
Entertainment 31-10

MaltaToday revisits some of Malta's favourite haunted sites, hoping the ghosts that haunt these places would still be getting ready for tonight

Egyptian writer Basma Abdel Aziz to participate at the Malta Book Festival 2016
Books 27-10

Basma Abdel Aziz will be appearing both as a guest speaker and at an event in her honour

Gunning for ‘arts tourism’ through classical music | Peter Manning
Music 27-10

Teodor Reljic speaks to the internationally acclaimed violinist, concertmaster and conductor Peter Manning, who will now be taking the reins of the Three Palaces Festival – a classical music event taking place in various historically significant buildings across the island, from November 4 to 13

Of love, lasagna and stinky fingers | Steve Hili
Entertainment 26-10

After amassing some great reviews for his energetic and unapologetically dirty stand-up comedy act in the UK from the likes of VICE and Arts Award Voice, Malta-born comic and DJ Steve Hili speaks to Teodor Reljic about his upcoming show ‘Burning Love. To the Ground’ which he’ll be performing at Palazzo Pereira, Valletta from November 3 to 6

Learning not to die on your arse | Jeremy O’Donnell
Entertainment 26-10

British stand-up comedian Jeremy O’Donnell speaks to Teodor Reljic about struggling through that crucial first year in a comedy career and the continuing struggle against funny online videos of kittens ahead of his performance at the 15th edition of the Eden Comedy Club on October 28

Fort St Angelo to open its doors to the public next week
Cultural Diary 25-10

Fort St Angelo to open its doors to the public between 9am and 5pm everyday as of 1 November 

Cutting through the comfort zone | Lara Manara
Crafts 25-10

Opening on October 21, the annual Divergent Thinkers exhibition brings together a group of emerging artists to create work to a brief, with this edition taking ‘NAVIGATE’ as its curatorial springboard. In the second of an ongoing series of interviews with the participating artists, Teodor Reljic speaks to Lara Manara, who will be competing with her counterparts at the exhibition for a month-long scholarship at the Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo, Japan in August, 2017

Film review | That undercover life
Film 25-10

The Infiltrator brings on board Bryan Cranston to tell the story of how he helped compromise Pablo Escobar’s money laundering organisation in the 1980s • 2/5

Heritage Malta ‘100% certain’ €75,000 painting is Mattia Preti original
Art 22-10

Heritage Malta stands by decision to purchase Preti painting, publishes evidence showing it is an autograph original

Serving the wider performing arts community | Maltese Islands Festival
Entertainment 21-10

Ahead of the very first edition of the Maltese Islands Festival, Manager Cathy Lawlor and spokesperson Tiziana Calleja speak to MaltaToday about the debut edition of this family-friendly festival

Clean slates are a myth
Theatre & Dance 20-10

Director and actor Stephen Oliver speaks to Teodor Reljic ahead of him taking on directorial duties for Death and the Maiden, a psychological thriller by Ariel Dorfman that examines the aftereffects of a dictatorship on a woman who suspects her former torturer has come back into her life

‘Ask for a seat at the table’ | Simon Brault, CEO Canada Arts Council
Art 20-10

Ahead of his participation at the World Summit for Art and Culture, taking place in Valletta next week, the Director and CEO for the Canada Arts Council Simon Brault speaks to Teodor Reljic about why creative practitioners should not feel hesitant about approaching the ‘big issues’, and take their rightful place as movers and shakers in society

Bestselling Bulgarian author Alek Popov to participate at Malta Book Festival
Books 19-10

Bulgarian writer Alek Popov will be the among the special guests of this year’s edition of the Malta Book Festival

The archivist’s challenge | Aidan Celeste
Entertainment 19-10

Opening on 21 October, the annual Divergent Thinkers exhibition brings together a group of emerging artists to create work to a brief, with this edition taking ‘NAVIGATE’ as its curatorial springboard. In the first of an ongoing series of interviews with the participating artists, Teodor Reljic speaks to Aidan Celeste, who will be competing with his counterparts at the exhibition for a month-long scholarship at the Youkobo Art Space in Tokyo, Japan in August, 2017

Film Review | My family and other (wild) animals
Film 19-10

Captain Fantastic is a heartfelt tribute to the flawed power of family love under trying circumstances • 3/5

Mahan Esfahani in concert with Valletta International Baroque Ensemble
Music 15-10

Mahan Esfahani and VIBE will be performing works by Scheidt, Bach, Albinoni and Mikel’Ang Vella on Wednesday 19th October 2016 at 8pm

Turkish representative suspected of having vandalised Maltese artist’s exhibition
Art 14-10

Artist Norbert Attard's exhibition in Strasbourg vandalised by Turkish national at the lobby of the Parliamentary Assembly was torn out

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