New production of Dido and Aeneas at the Manoel
Henry Purcell’s opera Dido and Aeneas will be staged at the Manoel Theatre on 9 and 11 October
'My First Time' returns to the stage
After its sell-out 2009 run, this popular play returns for a long-awaited encore. It will open at City Theatre on 23 October, with first-weekend tickets from just €10
‘Rhythm is a universal language’ | Stomp!

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Steve McNicholas, co-creator and co-director of Stomp...

TEODOR RELJIC speaks to Steve McNicholas, co-creator and...

Silent City to come to life with Romeo and Juliet ballet

Malta Art Events continues in a tradition that since 2011 has brought to local...

Malta Art Events continues in a tradition that since 2011...

Star-crossed and remixed | Luke Farrugia

Ahead of taking the helm of MADC’s annual summer appointment with Shakespeare at San Anton Gardens, UK-trained actor Luke Farrugia speaks to us about...

Ahead of taking the helm of MADC’s annual summer...

Dancing over a clean slate | Francesca Tranter

Dance choreographer and teacher Francesca Tranter speaks to us about an...

Dance choreographer and teacher Francesca Tranter speaks to...

Jack and His Beanstalk adds another date due to popular demand

The raunchiest, rowdiest show of the year includes cannibalistic...

The raunchiest, rowdiest show of the year includes...

‘With global visibility, the pressure is on’ | Mavin Khoo

We catch up with Mavin Khoo, the artistic director of Malta’s first dance...

We catch up with Mavin Khoo, the artistic director of...

Acclaimed playwright Edward Bond to pen play for Maltese theatre

Unifaun Theatre and the Manoel Theatre collaborate in the unique initiative,...

Unifaun Theatre and the Manoel Theatre collaborate in the...

Rude panto for the summer swelter | Steve Hili

Freshly London-based comedian Steve Hili speaks to us about taking a second...

Freshly London-based comedian Steve Hili speaks to us about...

‘Just like the ODZ, nobody is safe!’ | Comedy Knights

Acclaimed for their satirical Christmas variety shows at Teatru Salesjan, the...

Acclaimed for their satirical Christmas variety shows at...

Too much of a good thing

A scabrous and necessary satire that doubles up as an object lesson on the necessity of rewrites and sharp editing, Sibna z-Zejt delights and frustrates in...

A scabrous and necessary satire that doubles up as an...

We’ve struck oil and the future is scary

For all the laughter, I think the audience at Sibna z-Zejt realized that its...

For all the laughter, I think the audience at Sibna z-Zejt...

‘You can’t go wrong with Moliere’ | Simone Spiteri

Ahead of the theatre company’s Maltese-language production, Il-Marid...

Ahead of the theatre company’s Maltese-language...

Lampooning the political 'monarchy' | Wayne Flask

First-time playwright and long-time satirist Wayne Flask speaks to us about the...

First-time playwright and long-time satirist Wayne Flask...

‘Maltese theatre has come a long way’ | Maxine Aquilina

Young actress Maxine Aquilina speaks to us about FM Theatre’s new...

Young actress Maxine Aquilina speaks to us about FM...

Theatre Review | The Pride

MADC have scored a plum script with Alexi Kaye Campbell’s The Pride, TEODOR RELJIC discovers, but does the production live up to this ambitious...

MADC have scored a plum script with Alexi Kaye...

Mile-a-minute acting in a Montanaro sandwich | Joe Azzopardi

Fresh back on the rock from a stint in the UK, young actor Joe Azzopardi speaks...

Fresh back on the rock from a stint in the UK, young actor...

Maltese youths least likely to attend theatre or dance

A Europe-wide survey among young people aged 15 to 30 found that 62% of...

A Europe-wide survey among young people aged 15 to 30 found...

Modern classic charting evolution of gay rights | Michael Mangion

Under the MADC banner, Michael Mangion will be directing a production of Alexi...

Under the MADC banner, Michael Mangion will be directing a...