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 for him: taking on the...
‘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 playing against...
‘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...

Staging scandals, stealthily | Chris Gatt

We speak to theatre director Chris Gatt about adapting Caryl Churchill’s...

We speak to theatre director Chris Gatt about adapting...

Valletta announced as European Capital for Culture 2018

Following months of intense preparation and aided by a slick marketing...

Following months of intense preparation and aided by a...

When mind and body collide | Ira Melkonyan

Performer and scientist Ira Melkonyan speaks to us about a discipline that...

Performer and scientist Ira Melkonyan speaks to us about a...

The Creative Economy Strategy – is it a strategy at all?

Five artists, academics and cultural practitioners question the current...

Five artists, academics and cultural practitioners question...

Getting naked for art and charity | Sue Scantlebury

Actress Sue Scantlebury speaks to us about baring all for MADC’s upcoming...

Actress Sue Scantlebury speaks to us about baring all for...

IVF at an extreme: new Unifaun productions pushes the envelope once again

Breathing a sigh of relief after the infamous Stitching censorship case, Unifaun Theatre Productions will be back on the boards with another hard-hitting...

Breathing a sigh of relief after the infamous Stitching...

Bla Kondixin 2012 hits Malta and Gozo

This year’s edition of the popular satirical variety show Bla Kondixin will take place at MFCC, Ta’ Qali and the Aurora Theatre, Gozo in the coming months.

This year’s edition of the popular satirical variety show...

The white night returns tonight | Notte Bianca

Notte Bianca, the city-wide celebration of art and culture will once again take...

Notte Bianca, the city-wide celebration of art and culture...

Casual encounters with science | Science in the City

Taking place this Friday, the Science in the City festival will aim to make...

Taking place this Friday, the Science in the City festival...

What’s in store for Science in the City?

We cherry picked three of the events among the rich selection of activities...

We cherry picked three of the events among the rich...

The dance that bridges disciplines

Science and art will meet in two dance performances happening over the month.

Science and art will meet in two dance performances...

Of gay conversion, bloody testicles and flying foreskin | Peterson Toscano

Now a renowned performance artist and gay activist who will be visiting Malta with a show – intriguingly entitled Jesus Had Two Daddies – next week,...

Now a renowned performance artist and gay activist who will...

‘I truly believed I would be more valuable to the world if I were heterosexual’

Read an interview with American gay activist and performance artist Peterson Toscano in this Sunday’s edition of MaltaToday.

Read an interview with American gay activist and...

V18 bid book to 'represent Maltese culture'

The Valletta Local Council has today presented its final bid to host the ...

The Valletta Local Council has today presented its final...

Over 400 children attend V.18 workshops held in collaboration with Skola Sajf

Children were encouraged to contribute ideas towards Valletta's bid for Capital for Culture in 2018.

Children were encouraged to contribute ideas towards...