[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 most say that the daring Chameleon may even make it all the way to the top
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 Gazans?
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...

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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...

Tribute concert for Erich il-Punk with Abstrass, X-Vandals and the Alazo Bombs

Charity concernt will celebrate the life of Abstrass founder Erich il-Punk

Charity concernt will celebrate the life of Abstrass...

Film review | Shazam: Just say the word

Finally busting out of the ‘grimdark’ hellhole for good, the DC Cinematic Universe delivers a light-hearted superhero romp that is flawed but...

Finally busting out of the ‘grimdark’ hellhole...

Laid bare and mixed up: Smudge explores nudity and eroticism in Maltese art

Curator and founder of Studio 87 Justine Balzan Demajo speaks to MaltaToday about Smudge – a collaborative exhibition featuring the works of Gabriel...

Curator and founder of Studio 87 Justine Balzan Demajo...

Film review | Us: I’m afraid of Americans

Jordan Peele overcomes the sophomore film slump in style with a taut,...

Jordan Peele overcomes the sophomore film slump in style...

Music from the Heart of Europe: an uplifting experience that feeds the soul

The concert "Music from the Heart of Europe" will take the audience on a journey of Romantic music for flute and piano, written by composers from...

The concert "Music from the Heart of Europe" will...

Emme Woods: ‘It’s a very British thing to always apologise, but I guess I realised I have nothing to apologise for’

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Scottish singer-songwriter Emme Woods ahead of her performance at this year’s edition of Rock the South, taking place for the...

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Scottish singer-songwriter Emme...

TV Review | Love, Death & Robots: scintillating taste of the apocalypse

Though hampered by some retrograde storytelling and attitudes, Tim Miller marshals a dizzying and intermittently inspired anthology of sci-fi shorts in this...

Though hampered by some retrograde storytelling and...

Mortals’ chiefest enemy: Macbeth at the Manoel Theatre

Clive Judd’s production at the Manoel Theatre was an interesting...

Clive Judd’s production at the Manoel Theatre...

April Fools' day: What the media is ‘reporting’

Which media houses tried to pull one on you this April fools?

Which media houses tried to pull one on you this April...