International violin star Giuseppe Gibboni to give Teatru Manoel concert

March 10, 2022
by Helena Grech

In collaboration with the European Foundation for Support of Culture, Teatru Manoel will welcome Gibboni and pianist Giuliano Mazzoccante

Carrying on an ancient artistic tradition: Christopher Chetcuti on the love of labour behind bronze casting

January 23, 2022
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

Son of the late sculptor and painter Joseph Chetcuti, Christopher shares his story

‘Such a unique material with endless possibilities’: Ioulia’s love affair with clay

December 6, 2021
by Lisa Borain

The Greek born architect & ceramicist on her penchant for monsters, and how the pandemic has allowed her to develop

Major renovations in one of Malta’s oldest working theatres

September 1, 2021
by Helena Grech

Sliema’s Teatru Salesjan will benefit from a €92,000 grant

‘Low volume music’ only as DJs banned from restaurant reopening

May 21, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Singers and instrumentalists will be allowed when restaurants are able to extend their opening hours to midnight from Monday

Largest ever Valletta Green Festival launched

May 7, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

When the event closes, a selection of greenery will be left in place as part of plans to greenify Valletta

‘Unseen’ Van Gogh painting sells at auction for €13 million

March 26, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

In its 135 year-existence, the painting had never previously been on public display

Events lobby President backs calls for home-grown quota on Malta’s radio stations

March 23, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Howard Keith Debono says quota is 'long overdue'

International violin star Giuseppe Gibboni to give Teatru Manoel concert

March 10, 2022
by Helena Grech

In collaboration with the European Foundation for Support of Culture, Teatru Manoel will welcome Gibboni and pianist Giuliano Mazzoccante

Carrying on an ancient artistic tradition: Christopher Chetcuti on the love of labour behind bronze casting

January 23, 2022
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

Son of the late sculptor and painter Joseph Chetcuti, Christopher shares his story

‘Such a unique material with endless possibilities’: Ioulia’s love affair with clay

December 6, 2021
by Lisa Borain

The Greek born architect & ceramicist on her penchant for monsters, and how the pandemic has allowed her to develop

Major renovations in one of Malta’s oldest working theatres

September 1, 2021
by Helena Grech

Sliema’s Teatru Salesjan will benefit from a €92,000 grant

‘Low volume music’ only as DJs banned from restaurant reopening

May 21, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Singers and instrumentalists will be allowed when restaurants are able to extend their opening hours to midnight from Monday

Largest ever Valletta Green Festival launched

May 7, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

When the event closes, a selection of greenery will be left in place as part of plans to greenify Valletta

‘Unseen’ Van Gogh painting sells at auction for €13 million

March 26, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

In its 135 year-existence, the painting had never previously been on public display

Events lobby President backs calls for home-grown quota on Malta’s radio stations

March 23, 2021
by Solomon Cefai

Howard Keith Debono says quota is 'long overdue'