Dreaming of a home-grown circus | Chris Dingli and Sean Buhagiar
Could Malta have its own bonafide contemporary circus? Given that we have very formally trained performers, it’s a bit of a long shot, but local theatre veterans Chris Dingli...
Home is where the hurt is | Marcelle Theuma
We speak to theatre director Marcelle Theuma, who will be taking the helms of a challenging local production, ‘Pretty Lisa’ which aims to raise awareness of domestic violence...
Securing a financial future for Malta’s artistic output | Toni Attard

Creative Economy Advisor from the Creative Economy Working Group Toni Attard fills us in on the recently set up Creative Trust: what exactly is it, and how can...

Creative Economy Advisor from the Creative Economy Working...

Of Franco and other demons | Sean Buhagiar

Too soon? Newly-founded theatre initiative Stagun tat-Teatru Malti gets rolling...

Too soon? Newly-founded theatre initiative Stagun...

The name is Bond, Edward Bond | Adrian Buckle

Stage producer Adrian Buckle (Unifaun Theatre) expounds on his passion for the...

Stage producer Adrian Buckle (Unifaun Theatre) expounds on...

That is no country for old men | Red

Award-winning local theatre-maker Simone Spiteri directs a play about seminal American artist Mark Rothko in Red, working off a script by John Logan –...

Award-winning local theatre-maker Simone Spiteri directs a...

Film Review | Les Misérables

Tom Hopper’s loud-and-proud follow-up to The King’s Speech is a graceless, lumbering beast that should be labelled ‘For Fans Only’.

Tom Hopper’s loud-and-proud follow-up to The King’s...

Baroque Festival | Molière’s Don Juan at Teatru Manoel

Drama at the Baroque Festival with Maltese adaptation of Don Juan

Drama at the Baroque Festival with Maltese adaptation of...

‘We are a baroque nation’ | Kenneth Zammit Tabona

Valletta International Baroque Festival Artistic Director Kenneth Zammit Tabona...

Valletta International Baroque Festival Artistic Director...

If the shoe Fitz… | Colin Fitz

He’s a rotund all-rounder for sure, but we catche up with DJ/actor/magazine editor Colin Fitz just when he’s about to embark on something entirely novel...

He’s a rotund all-rounder for sure, but we catche up with...

‘I may be naughty sometimes, but I’m certainly not wicked’ | Isabel Warrington

This year, the MADC panto will have its own wicked witch, as Isabel Warrington takes on the iconic role from The Wizard of Oz, with added Christmas glitz while...

This year, the MADC panto will have its own wicked witch,...

The funniest of animals | ZOO

One half of Malta’s most popular comedy troupe – Zoo – speak to us about the secret to their success and reveal why, this election around, the satirists...

One half of Malta’s most popular comedy troupe – Zoo...

Naupaca Dance Factory: the sister isle’s best-kept secret?

The up-and-coming Gozitan dance company presented a visually dazzling take on...

The up-and-coming Gozitan dance company presented a...

Of floppadongs, improv and ‘sideburn theatre’ | Christopher Dingli and Malcolm Galea

Seasoned improv comics Malcolm Galea and Christopher Dingli speak to us about their annual Christmas appointment at St James Cavalier, Valletta, as their...

Seasoned improv comics Malcolm Galea and Christopher Dingli...

A hub to inspire | Anthony Bezzina

We speak to Anthony Bezzina from Masquerade Theatre about the drama school’s newly-built ‘M Space’ in Msida, which is set to become a hub for performing...

We speak to Anthony Bezzina from Masquerade Theatre about...

On the shadow trail… | Metamorpolis

The team behind a unique shadow puppet performance speak to us about what we can expect from 'Metamorpolis', playing at Splendid, Strait Street, Valletta on...

The team behind a unique shadow puppet performance speak to...

After Stitching ban, self regulation comes officially into force

New law for self regulation of theatre productions comes into force one day...

New law for self regulation of theatre productions comes...

Update 2 | ‘Stitching’ producers to take case to European Court of Human Rights

Ban on controversial play written by Anthony Nielsen upheld by Appeals Court.

Ban on controversial play written by Anthony Nielsen upheld...

Who’s the fairest of them all? | Naupaca Dance Factory

We speak to members of the Gozo-based Naupaca Dance Factory about their...

We speak to members of the Gozo-based Naupaca Dance Factory...

The dance of life | Ingrid Sciberras

We speak to Ingrid Sciberras, director of Alegria Dance Company – which specialises in flamenco – ahead of their upcoming production, Una Forma de Vivir,...

We speak to Ingrid Sciberras, director of Alegria Dance...

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