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Valletta 2018:  a lot more is going on than just celebrating tradition.

Valletta 2018: the road to European Capital of Culture

A new logo for Valletta 2018, European Capital of Culture. But what lies behind it and what of the journey to the V.18 year itself?

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Burlesque Blitz! Dazzle Troupe's show, Valletta, Malta, April 2013

Burlesque is back in Valletta!

Burlesque is back in Valletta in a new show from Dazzle Troupe, a talented team of scriptwriters and performers who like to take a risque’ view on life!

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A man for all the senses

Cedric Vella: the man who makes video go viral

Cedric Vella has gone from lone freelance video maker in Malta to winner of a major US creative award. Proof that one can live outside our small box.

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Evenings on Campus, Malta University.

Summer Culture: Evenings on Campus

Evenings on Campus continues Malta’s summer cultural bonanza. Film, photography, art, dance, music and more at affordable prices!

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Barbarossa Project at Malta Arts Festival, 12-13 July 2011

Pirates of the Mediterranean: Barbarossa at Malta Arts Festival

Pirates back in the Mediterranean! See them in action at Barbarossa, an epic tale in dance at the Malta Arts Festival, 12-13 July.

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The Barbarossa Project, Malta Arts Festival, 2011

The Arts’ Director: insider view of the Malta Arts Festival 2011

Malta Arts Festival 2011 is here again. What to expect this year? Main man, Festival Director Mario Frendo, gives us the low down.

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Valletta in transit between past & present

Valletta’s City Gate project focuses on demolition and building. But what of the social change it brings? TRANSIT, an urban art project, aims to find out.

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Patches artisan market

Malta’s contemporary artisans are an innovative, entrepreneurial bunch even if they’re mostly labouring away at home. Patches gives them a chance to shine.

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Kids ahoy! A ship with science & art workshops

Birgu’ Waterfront has a new arrival that’s not a super yacht! MS Hulda is a 100-year-old sailing ship birthed here for the Malta Arts Festival to take us on a journey of art and science. Kids workshops too.

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A Passion for Plays & Pastries

The Carmelite Priory Museum, Mdina, is making its debut in theatre with a passion play ‘with a twist’ this Easter.

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Culture for the people

If you thought cultural policies were something to do with China, you’re wrong. Malta just launched its new cultural policy in draft form. Have your say on it online.

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Appuntamenti, but with whom?

Du’, Malta’s all-female theatre group, gives us another tale with a twist – ‘Appuntamenti’. Make it a date this weekend or next at St James Cavalier.

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Rollerskates and burlesque

One of the first acts to kick off Malta Arts Festival was Barroco Roll. Yes, exactly that – Baroque burlesque on roller skates! Don’t miss other wonderful festival acts in the next three weeks.

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Malta’s Centre for Creativity & Culture

St James Cavalier, Valletta, is a foremost venue for contemporary art and culture in Malta, frequently pushing boundaries and exploring its artistic license.

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