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Reptile rockers slinking onto the scene | Lady Lizard
Music 11-10

Weaned on the heaviest of metal subgenres during their former (and current) musical projects, the quartet comprising newly-formed Stoner and Sludge Metal band Lady Lizard tell Teodor Reljic that they’re keen to cultivate a slower sound this time around, as they gear up for their debut gig 

Alex Vella Gera at the National Book Festival 2017
Books 10-10

Award-winning novelist Alex Vella Gera is special guest of the Malta National Book Festival

Film Review | The Bad Batch
Film 10-10

A love story set in a community of cannibals in a future dystopia. In a desert wasteland in Texas, a muscled cannibal breaks one important rule: don't play with your food  • 3/5

Heritage Malta: Valletta museums open for free during Notte Bianca
Cultural Diary 05-10

A selection of museums in Valletta will be open to the public, free of charge, during Notte Bianca, on Saturday 7 October, 2017

Għala bieb żobbi: the subtle art of not giving a fuck, in Maltese
Entertainment 04-10

Three academics banded together to analyse the deeper meanings dormant behind that beloved term, għala bieb zobbi. Dive into this complex exploration of how this vulgar, but perennially tempting term, shows how the code of language reflects the social barriers we put up

Malta Book Festival: Creating the literary reference point
Books 03-10

Having just announced this year’s edition of the event, John Grech, the Manager of the Malta Book Festival, speaks to Teodor Reljic about what’s in store for the annual celebration of local book culture, taking place early next month 

Music legend Tom Petty dies aged 66
Music 03-10

US musician Tom Petty has died in California aged 66, says a statement issued on behalf of his family

Film Review | Insyriated
Film 03-10

Described as an arresting tonic of despair, in Damascus, a mother attempts to keep her family safe as war rages and a sniper lies in wait outside her home • 4/5

Migrants document their experiences with RIMA's digital storytelling
Cultural Diary 02-10

A series of workshops in digital storytelling hosted by the RIMA project invites migrants iving in Malta to learn how to tell their stories through new media platforms

Get your copy of Vida, out this Sunday with MaltaToday
Entertainment 29-09

The October edition of Vida is out this Sunday. Pick up your copy, free with MaltaToday

Valletta 2018 will see up to 1 million in audiences next year
Valletta 2018 27-09

V18 programme launched this morning during a press conference at the National Museum of Archaeology

The Architect, official magazine of Malta’s Chamber of Architects, free with MaltaToday
Architecture 27-09

The official journal of the Chamber of Architects – Kamra tal-Periti – is distributed free with MaltaToday Midweek on Wednesdays

Laughs for both Shakespeare savant and novice alike in Unifaun’s new production
Theatre & Dance 27-09

Teodor Reljic catches up with Joseph Zammit, Nathan Brimmer and James Ryder, the trio of comic actors behind Unifaun Theatre’s upcoming production of ‘William Shakespeare’s ‘Long Lost First Play’ – a farcical take on the Bard’s back catalogue, directed by Chris Gatt, in which the Reduced Shakespeare Company’s script lovingly lampoons our expectations and preconceptions of the greatest English playwright’s work

Reading between the lines of the city | Kristina Borg
Art 27-09

Fresh off a trip to Haarlem, Netherlands to participate in the collective exhibition ‘Daydreaming Subverts the World’ at Nieuwe Vide Art Space, Maltese artist Kristina Borg speaks to Teodor Reljic about her contribution to the exhibition, which sets out to depict ‘an alternative Haarlem’

Film Review | It
Film 26-09

Muschetti’s adaptation of the King novel breaks exactly zero new ground and relies far too much on cheap jump scare • 3/5

[WATCH] Palumbo oil rig 'eyesore' needs to go, Valletta 2018 chairman says
Valletta 2018 25-09

The oil rig, which has been berthed at the Palumbo yard in Grand Harbour for over a year, has ruined the Grand Harbour view

Soul singer Charles Bradley, 68, dies
Music 24-09

Soul singer Charles Bradley has died from stomach cancer

Malta Philharmonic Orchestra 2017-2018 concert season launched
Music 22-09

The Malta Orchestra set to take part in a tour of four German cities, after which it will continue on its way to Austria to take part in the prestigious Musikverein

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