20 things you may or may not know about the Eurovision
Malta's Michela Pace takes the Eurovision stage at the final in Tel Aviv on Saturday night but before that you may want to brush up on these curiosities
[WATCH] Kite festival of diversity brightens up Valletta skies
Children gathered in Valletta to fly kites alongside master kite builder Guo Hongli
Engagement across disciplines | Renzo Spiteri

Accomplished percussionist Renzo Spiteri speaks to MaltaToday about the...

Accomplished percussionist Renzo Spiteri speaks to...

Letta Shtohryn: People, stop taking criticism so personally… it’s seriously not helping

Ukraine-born, Malta-based visual artist Letta Shtohryn speaks to MaltaToday about her participation in the currently-ongoing collective exhibition Object,...

Ukraine-born, Malta-based visual artist Letta Shtohryn...

[WATCH] Eurovision: Could this be our year? Most of you think so...

All respondents have proclaimed support for the 18-year-old Michela Pace and...

All respondents have proclaimed support for the 18-year-old...

A pretty face on an Apartheid regime: how Eurovision masks the Israeli massacre of Gazans

Europe will tune in to its annual celebration of pop schmaltz and camp muzak. Will the mawkishness of Eurovision hide host country Israel’s massacre of...

Europe will tune in to its annual celebration of pop...

Greece touted to place first in tonight’s Eurovision semi-final

This year’s Eurovision song contest kicks off at 9pm tonight

This year’s Eurovision song contest kicks off at 9pm...

Film Review | Happy As Lazzaro: An insidious happiness

Alice Rohrwacher’s dissection of capitalist injustice is a cutting but...

Alice Rohrwacher’s dissection of capitalist injustice...

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Film Review | Avengers: Endgame: For to end, yet again...

With Avengers: Endgame, Marvel Studios close a first mammoth chapter on an...

With Avengers: Endgame, Marvel Studios close a first...

Not likely but possible: Malta’s chances at the Eurovision

Odds are usually accurate predictions with bookmaker favourites usually taking...

Odds are usually accurate predictions with bookmaker...

Give us our douze points back! Why Malta is alone in the Eurovision

Malta doesn’t benefit from “Eurovision allies” in the...

Malta doesn’t benefit from “Eurovision...

Translating Trevor: the challenging road of bringing Maltese literature to Norway

The Maltese-Norwegian publisher, translator and journalist Kristina Quintano speaks to MaltaToday about the exciting and challenging road of bringing Maltese...

The Maltese-Norwegian publisher, translator and journalist...

[WATCH] Ira Losco’s new single High talks of minorities

The artist releases her latest single and music video

The artist releases her latest single and music video

Film Review | Limestone Cowboy: Lonesome rider on the campaign trail

Abigail Mallia’s quirky homegrown comedy is a disarmingly heartfelt and...

Abigail Mallia’s quirky homegrown comedy is a...

It takes two | Mario Lautier Vella

Qormi-born but London-based artist Mario Lautier Vella speaks to MaltaToday about his upcoming exhibition ‘The Two of Us’, in which he explores the...

Qormi-born but London-based artist Mario Lautier Vella...

Film Review | The Silence: Looking for another quiet place

The latest offering in post-apocalyptic horror from the Netflix stable is...

The latest offering in post-apocalyptic horror from the...

Stuff your boutique hotels: The pissed-off residents of Valletta’s capital of culture

Valletta 2018 triggered unliveable conditions for city residents, an anthropologists’ report for the V18 Foundation reveals

Valletta 2018 triggered unliveable conditions for city...

Like Shakespeare on drugs: Measure for Measure at Valletta’s Splendid

Now gearing up for a venue change after an unexpectedly successful three-play run of the Bard’s comedies at The Pub, theatre director Philip Leone-Ganado...

Now gearing up for a venue change after an unexpectedly...

Eating cheese in Lent? That was flogging and two years as a galley slave in 17th century Malta

Religion in 17th century Malta generated rigid food patterns: find out more at the historic cookalong sessions taking place at the Inquisitor’s Palace...

Religion in 17th century Malta generated rigid food...

Malta’s black procession and a mysterious reliquary linked to the Passion returns after 140 years

After 140 years, the Inquisitor Palace’s chapel received a historical reliquary with the revival of the Black Procession in Vittoriosa

After 140 years, the Inquisitor Palace’s chapel...