Updated | Manoel Theatre cancels Azzopardi’s Ix-Xiħa: ‘It’s the right thing to do’
Theatre producer Mario Philip Azzopardi has claimed actors for his upcoming production Ix-Xiħa have quit the cast as play is cancelled amid umbrage over...
Azzopardi’s scurrilous ‘Daphne’ character enrages critics and leads to leak of script
Theatre producer Mario Philip Azzopardi’s upcoming Ix-Xiħa satire at Manoel Theatre raises ire over villainous character that references last lines penned by Daphne Caruana...
It’s all kid’s play: Antigone, Macbeth and Ebejer’s Ġaħan ta’ Binġemma at Trikki Trakki

Antonella Axisa directed the annual youth theatre festival Trikki Trakki’s fifth edition

Antonella Axisa directed the annual youth theatre festival...

Mario Azzopardi, anti-establishment theatre director and poet, dies at 77

Intellectual Mario Azzopardi, co-founder of the Moviment Qawmien Letterarju and a voice of the cultural anti-establisment in theatre and art, has died

Intellectual Mario Azzopardi, co-founder of...

Roald Dahl’s ‘The Twits’ at the Manoel this Christmas

Ready for some slapstick family fun this festive season? Opening on Boxing Day,...

Ready for some slapstick family fun this festive season?...

Dazzling selection of live and digital shows at ŻiguŻajg festival for children

ŻiguŻajg International Arts Festival for Children & Young People returns for its eleventh edition

ŻiguŻajg International Arts Festival for Children &...

Bulgarian-Maltese soprano Andriana Fenech Yordanova to perform at operatic Concert in March

Opera Highlights will include performances from Bulgarian-Maltese soprano Andriana Fenech Yordanova, tenor Andrei Daranyi and pianist Maria-Elena...

Opera Highlights will include performances...

A comeback for live theatre: Agnes of God, by John Pielmeier

Live theatre is making a comeback with Agnes of God by John Pielmeier...

Live theatre is making a comeback with Agnes of God by...

ZiguZajg festival is back

For their 10th anniversary​ ZIGUZAJG ​will be going online and bringing theatre to homes everywhere for this historic pandemic-friendly edition. MaltaToday...

For their 10th anniversary​ ZIGUZAJG ​will be going...

We can’t afford to be antiquated! Marta Vella on upcoming ŻiguŻajg Festival

Prolific London-based actress and theatre-maker Marta Vella is the new festival director for the massively popular ŻiguŻajg Festival, an annual fixture that...

Prolific London-based actress and theatre-maker Marta Vella...

Giving farce the respect it deserves | Chris Gatt

WhatsTheirNames Theatre, known for their stripped down Shakespere productions,...

WhatsTheirNames Theatre, known for their stripped down...

The road to recovery for the arts in Malta | Toni Attard

Artists remained active during this period by developing new skills, presenting...

Artists remained active during this period by developing...

Making do with much ado | Philip Leone-Ganado

Adaptability is the watchword as we all struggle to both contain and live under...

Adaptability is the watchword as we all struggle to both...

Future-proofing Maltese theatre in pandemic time | Sean Buhagiar

With all planned shows postponed until at least August 2020, Teatru Malta...

With all planned shows postponed until at least August...

Stream operas, ballet and concerts from the comfort of your home

Opera houses, symphonies, orchestras and ballet companies from around the world...

Opera houses, symphonies, orchestras and ballet companies...

The full spectrum |  Georgina Portelli

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Dr Georgina Portelli, a curator within the creative committee of Malta International Contemporary Arts Space (MICAS), ahead of its next...

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Dr Georgina Portelli, a curator...

Weaponising sexist stereotypes against themselves | Roxman Gatt

Malta-born, UK-based artist Roxman Gatt speaks to TEODOR RELJIC about her...

Malta-born, UK-based artist Roxman Gatt speaks to TEODOR...

‘I always wanted a space where actors and audience were close to the point of intimacy’ | Alfred Buttigieg

Staged in a private residence and promising ‘murder, eroticism, tea and wine’ to audience members who will be texted the exact location of its...

Staged in a private residence and promising ‘murder,...

Teatru Malta’s controversial Min Hi?

PAUL COCKS sat down with director and composer Ruben Zahra to unravel the secrets behind the controversial upcoming Teatru Malta production Min Hi? Zahra...

PAUL COCKS sat down with director and composer Ruben Zahra...

‘Come un granello di sabbia’, the story of the Alcamo Marina Massacre, for Malta staging

‘Like a Grain of Sand’ will be performed at the Valletta Campus Theatre on 26 October

‘Like a Grain of Sand’ will be performed at the...