What to see – July 1


Malta International Art Festival

Dancing in Malta and KorMalta are taking part in a double bill program today titled sunrise mass at the Manoel Theater at 9 p.m.

They will perform Ola Gjeilo’s famous sunrise mass led by Riccardo Bianchi. The event will play with the Belgian string quartet Boho4 and will feature choreographies by Paolo Manangiola.

The Malta International Arts Festival runs until July 3rd. For more information, visit www.festivals.mt/miaf.

Victoria International Arts Festival

A pianoforte duo consisting of Natascha Chircop and Marco Rivoltini will perform today at 8 p.m. in the Aula Mgr G. Farrugia.

The Victoria International Arts Festival runs until 11 July. For more information and tickets, visit www.viaf.org.mt/.


Malta International Music Festival

The Cukurova State Symphony Orchestra of Turkey will perform today at the Hilton Hotel with violinist Marc Bouchkov (Belgium) in a concert titled Violin Evening at St Julian’s at 8 o’clock in the evening.

The festival, organized by the European Foundation for Support of Culture, runs until 13 July. For more information and tickets, visit https://maltafest.eu/concerts/schedule/.


Meet Cute†” alt=”Music theater soprano Rachel Fabri, one of the performers in Meet Cute†”/>Music theater soprano Rachel Fabri, one of the performers in Meet cute

Meet cute

Until July 3, the Manoel Theater is hosting a new jukebox musical written and performed by the TOI TOI Collective, directed by Petra Sant and featuring singer Sean Borg and music theater soprano Rachel Fabri, Meet cute is an unconventional romantic comedy that – using songs from the world of musical theater – explores the idea of ​​a ‘meet cute’ scene, where two future lovers meet for the first time under unusual, humorous or cute circumstances. For tickets, visit www.teatrumanoel.com.mt/.

Snow White – The Adult Panto

Malcolm Galea re-dresses as the Lady in a grown-up and hilarious take on the classic fairy tale Snowwhite and the Seven Dwarfs† The panto, certified 18+, takes place on Creative space from today until 3. For more details and tickets, visit www.kreattivita.org.


Moveo Dance Company presents a contemporary dance performance choreographed by the artistic director of the company, Dorian Mallia. The music was composed especially for the show and captures the essence of Bizet’s famous work carmen with contemporary flair.

The event will be held between today and July 3 at 9 p.m. For tickets, go to https://www.showshappening.com/moveo-dance-company/Carmen.


strange days

An exhibition of fine art prints and paintings by Australian artist Christian Palmer opens today at 7pm at the new gallery Green Shutters, 27, St Thomas Street, Floriana. The exhibition will run until July 23. For more details, follow the Lily Agius Gallery Facebook page.

Lonely Observations

Ray Forder-Stent, an English artist living in Malta, opens his first solo exhibition today at the Art by the Seaside gallery in Senglea. He displays a wide variety of different oil paintings, based on his keen observations, capturing his individual view of landscapes, people, still lifes and the artistic value of everyday things he observes in the Maltese Islands. The exhibition will run until July 15. Visit the gallery’s Facebook page for more details.


Omid Jalili.  Photo: AFPOmid Jalili. Photo: AFP

Omid Djalili: The Good Times Tour

Multi-award winning British comedian, actor and writer Omid Djalili will perform today at 8.30pm at the InterContinental Arend & Conference Centre, St Julian’s. For tickets, visit www.showshappening.com/Eden-Entertainment/Omid-Djalili-2022.

Volleyball marathon for the benefit of The House of Providence

The House of Providence in Siġġiewi will be hosting the 12th edition of the Fundraising Volleyball Marathon between today and Sunday. Every evening there is musical entertainment on the main stage, food stalls and games for children.

Visit the home’s Facebook page for more information.

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