The dance that bridges disciplines
Science and art will meet in two dance performances happening over the month.
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, Peterson Toscano speaks to...
Love is murder | Alan Montanaro

You know him as MADC’s Panto Dame, but Alan Montanaro will be taking a stab at a far more nuanced role this month in David Tristram’s Ghost Writer, where...

You know him as MADC’s Panto Dame, but Alan Montanaro...

UK director to coach Maltese actors

UK theatre director Chris Cooper will direct a masterclass in contemporary acting based mainly on the scripts of leading British playwright Edward Bond at St...

UK theatre director Chris Cooper will direct a masterclass...

A brief history of Malta, burlesque style

The History of Malta Burlesque Show leaves Noel Tanti wanting more of the weird...

The History of Malta Burlesque Show leaves Noel Tanti...

A catalogue of romantic mistakes | Isabelle Warrington

Blind dates can be a hotbed of – and Gina Gionfriddo’s Off-Broadway hit...

Blind dates can be a hotbed of – and Gina Gionfriddo’s...

No fancy fluff | Puerto Flamenco - Siéntese

Bettina Borg Cardona is enthralled by Puerto Flamenco's Siéntese, held at the...

Bettina Borg Cardona is enthralled by Puerto Flamenco's...

Close encounters of the burlesque kind

Dazzle Troupe reinvent Maltese history with their new show.

Dazzle Troupe reinvent Maltese history with their new show.

Should I stay or should I go? | Simone Spiteri

Playwright and actress Simone Spiteri speaks about Du Theatre’s latest...

Playwright and actress Simone Spiteri speaks about Du...

A spoonful of poison | Arsenic and Old Lace

MADC presents a new production of the beloved black comedy at The Manoel...

MADC presents a new production of the beloved black comedy...

Puerto Flamenco at Teatru Manoel

After a year of travels throughout Europe and Australia, the Seville-based flamenco troupe Puerto Flamenco are back in Malta

After a year of travels throughout Europe and Australia,...

Verdi opera closes off Manoel Performing Arts Festival

Il Trovatore is lined up as the climax of the current Teatru Manoel BOV...

Il Trovatore is lined up as the climax of the current...

The world’s favourite love story gets ‘mashed-up’

Masquerade Theatre will be giving Romeo and Juliet a modern, musical spin with...

Masquerade Theatre will be giving Romeo and Juliet a...

Lenny Henry stars in Shakespeare’s A Comedy of Errors

This new production of Shakespeare’s comedy caper will be beamed live to St...

This new production of Shakespeare’s comedy caper will be...

Between a prostitute and a nurse

Talenti will be presenting the classic social comedy Filumena Marturano at the Manoel Theatre next weekend.

Talenti will be presenting the classic social comedy...

Greek dancer returns to mythic roots... in Malta

A local arts collective – Rubberbodies – will be teaming up with...

A local arts collective – Rubberbodies – will be...

No laws banning political satire – culture minister

Malta lived 'under illusion of prohibition' says Mario de Marco.

Malta lived 'under illusion of prohibition' says Mario de...

THEATRE | Yes, Prime Minister

Mellow Drama will be the first theatre company outside of the UK to stage Yes, Prime Minister – a popular theatrical version of the BBC comedy. We speak to...

Mellow Drama will be the first theatre company outside of...

DANCE | Colores del Tango

Fans of Latin music and dance and followers of Argentine tango in Malta are going to have a unique treat at the Manoel Theatre at the end of February.

Fans of Latin music and dance and followers of Argentine...

At long last, welcome to political satire in Carnival

Political satire was banned in 1936 under British Colonial rule, and the ban...

Political satire was banned in 1936 under British Colonial...