Boys will be boys | Mark Mifsud and Claudio Carta
Buddies and bullies in the play ‘Il-Hajja Xejn Cool ta’ teenager Jismu Julian’, actors Mark Mifsud and Claudio Carta share more than theatre in life. They speak to...
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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...

The Panto in Maltese at the Catholic Institute - the first time for “Dame” Toni Busuttil

Actor and versatile artist Toni Busuttil will play the Dame for the first time in Kumpanija Teatru Rjal’s annual Panto in Maltese at the Catholic Institute...

Actor and versatile artist Toni Busuttil will play the Dame...

Lavish home-grown ballet launched at MCC | The Death of Snow White

The Gozo-based production company Naupaca Dance Factory have launched their...

The Gozo-based production company Naupaca Dance Factory...

Middle class misery knows no boundaries | Lino Farrugia

We speak to theatre director Lino Farrugia, who’s currently heading a...

We speak to theatre director Lino Farrugia, who’s...

Creative boot-camp for performing arts | Creative Island Workshops

Over the past couple of months, Creative Island launched a performance-based...

Over the past couple of months, Creative Island launched a...

Censorship is not just skin deep

An Oslo conference unsettles Chris Gruppetta’s notions of what constitutes censorship.

An Oslo conference unsettles Chris Gruppetta’s notions of...

Starving artists or architects of the future?

As Valletta was declared European Capital for Culture for 2018, Culture...

As Valletta was declared European Capital for Culture for...

‘Censorship would still be around were it not for divorce’ – Owen Bonnici

Labour spokesperson for culture Owen Bonnici says government has relaxed censorship in an attempt to recover from the divorce referndum, while Culture Minister...

Labour spokesperson for culture Owen Bonnici says...

From the cabinet to the nursery | Paul Stebbings

We speak to British theatre director Paul Stebbings, whose take on the...

We speak to British theatre director Paul Stebbings, whose...

Theatre censorship set to be a thing of the past

Amendment to censorship law transfers matters related to film and theatre from...

Amendment to censorship law transfers matters related to...