The beauty of self-indulgence | Michael Spiteri of Proga
Teodor Reljic speaks to Michael Spiteri of Prog the Islands, one of the organisers behind the upcoming prog-rock mini-festival ‘Proga’ – an outgrowth of a...
Malta hosts Digital Research in Humanities and Arts Conference
Susan Broadhurst, Anastasios Maragiannis and Toni Sant tell us about some of the most urgent issues facing the digital humanities today
Fighting fear through storytelling | Giuliana Fenech

Teodor Reljic speaks to Giuliana Fenech about ‘Of Fairy Tales and...

Teodor Reljic speaks to Giuliana Fenech about ‘Of...

Fighting fear through storytelling

Teodor Reljic speaks to Giuliana Fenech about ‘Of Fairy Tales and You’ – an upcoming workshop for kids forming part of this year’s...

Teodor Reljic speaks to Giuliana Fenech about ‘Of...

The friendly neighbourhood con is back...

...only this time, it’s in another neighbourhood. Teodor Reljic speaks to...

...only this time, it’s in another neighbourhood....

Mounting a farce for all

As they prepare to put up Miles Tredinnick’s farcical comedy ‘Laugh? I Nearly went to Miami!’ on the Teatru Salesjan, Teodor Reljic speaks to...

As they prepare to put up Miles Tredinnick’s farcical...

Heritage Malta: Valletta museums open for free during Notte Bianca

A selection of museums in Valletta will be open to the public, free of charge,...

A selection of museums in Valletta will be open to the...

Migrants document their experiences with RIMA's digital storytelling

A series of workshops in digital storytelling hosted by the RIMA project...

A series of workshops in digital storytelling hosted by the...

Malta Philharmonic Orchestra 2017-2018 concert season launched

The Malta Orchestra set to take part in a tour of four German cities, after...

The Malta Orchestra set to take part in a tour of four...

Wedded to the music

Teodor Reljic catches up with David Gedge, front man for long-standing British indie-rock act The Wedding Present ahead of their upcoming gig in Malta

Teodor Reljic catches up with David Gedge, front man for...

Għaqda Każini tal-Banda wins 2017 European Citizens' Prize

First awarded in 2008, the European Citizens' Prize has recognised...

First awarded in 2008, the European Citizens'...

[IN PICTURES] Victory Day regatta: Bormla claim aggregate shield

Bormla won the aggregate shield in this year’s regatta, in a...

Bormla won the aggregate shield in this year’s...

Lecture on Batik Dyeing skills of China's Miao Ethnic Group being held in Malta

The China Cultural Centre in Malta will be holding a lecture on September 12, as part of the Colourful Guizhou Culture and Art Festival, centred around Batik...

The China Cultural Centre in Malta will be holding a...

Reduced admission at Fort St Angelo on Victory Day

On September 8, Fort St Angelo will be open to the public for €2 to...

On September 8, Fort St Angelo will be open to the public...

Last chance to view de Valette’s dagger before it’s shipped back to Paris

De Valette dagger exhibition extended until Friday

De Valette dagger exhibition extended until Friday

73.6% of Maltese have not been to a cultural site in 12 months, survey finds

Eurostat survey of participation in cultural or sport activities finds Maltese with one of the lowest rates of attendance to cultural and historical sites

Eurostat survey of participation in cultural or sport...

Bocelli, Calleja take anniversary concert to new highs

The public was treated to quite the show on the 20th anniversary of Joseph...

The public was treated to quite the show on the 20th...

Labour of love: The almost century-long family history behind St Julian’s Gostra

MaltaToday spoke to Simon Bugeja, whose family have been organising the gostra for over 60 years, to find out more about the 119-year-old tradition

MaltaToday spoke to Simon Bugeja, whose family have been...

Preparations for Summer Carnival in full swing

Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government praises event's...

Minister for Justice, Culture and Local Government praises...

[WATCH] Malta celebrates Santa Marija feast, marking 75 years since arrival of convoy

For the 75th time in Malta's history, locals and tourists alike prepare for fireworks, food stalls, horse races and other celebrations in memory of...

For the 75th time in Malta's history, locals and...

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