CULTURE | Sunday, 07 October 2007

What's on


13 October
The Last Nickel
A Jane Shepard short play, the last in a series presented by The Gozo Creative Club, will be held at Uncle Ted’s Tavern, Sannat, Gozo. Shepard’s dramas are intense and often funny explorations that tackle and challenge notions of femininity and female sexuality. The Gozo Creative Club will, as in previous performances, dissolve the barrier between performer and audience. Show starts at 7:30pm and is for adults only. Ticket outlets: Uncle Ted’s Tavern, Sannat, Gozo (21563460, 79463933, 79565100); XT Communication, Tigrija Palazz, Victoria, Gozo (21555744) and Gozo Creative Theatre Club (79303101).

Wara L-Hajt tas-Sejjieh
Curtain Raiser presents an original Maltese musical at St James Cavalier on local plants and animals with concept, design, production and direction by Patrick Vella, written by Tyrone Grima with music by Abigail Brown. Done in collaboration with the Ministry for Rural Affairs and the Environment, it’s a family-friendly show that sets out to educate on environmental issues. There will be two shows today at: 5:30pm and 8:00pm. Tickets are at Lm2.50 for children and Lm3.50 for adults, to be booked at 21223200/21223260 or HYPERLINK "mailto:[email protected]" [email protected]


Until end of October
Art into Fashion
Nicole Cushcieri will be next in line to present her work at the 2_22 wine bar in Marsamxett, Valletta. ‘Art into Fashion’ will feature video art, photography, illustration, sculpture and live performance. For more information please visit: HYPERLINK "" and HYPERLINK "" or email: HYPERLINK "mailto:[email protected]" [email protected]

Until 11 October
Arts Directory Collective Exhibition
At Malta Society of Arts, Manufacturers and Commerce, Palazzo De La Salle, 291 Republic Street, Valletta, the second annual Arts Directory Collective Exhibition, by 26 artists who specialise in various genres. Viewing times are Mondays – Fridays: 10am-1pm. Supported by Bank of Valletta plc.

Until 22 October
Stephen Vella, photographer and a member of the Photographic Society, will be presenting an exhibition of 15 black-and-white photographs depicting trees at the Foundation for International Studies, St Paul Street, Valletta.
The exhibition was made possible thanks to the support from the Ministry of Tourism and Culture, Foundation for International Studies and Custom Lab Ltd.

Until 26 October
The Cave of the Centaurs
An exhibition of paintings by Anthony Catania at the Contemporary Hall of the National Museum of Fine Arts, Valletta. Open Monday to Sunday from 9.00am - 5.00pm (Last Admission 4.30pm).

5 October until 4 November
Etcetera, perche la minesstra si fredda
An exhibition of paintings by Franco Navarro at the Heritage Malta Head Office, Valletta.

Until 30 November
Caravaggio: l'Immagine del Divino
An exhibition of original masterpieces of Caravaggio, organised by Heritage Malta and Romartificio Eventi d'Arte. At the Salon in the National Museum of Archaeology, Valletta. Open Monday to Sunday from 9.00am - 7.00pm (last admission at 6.30pm).

30 December
Malta's Mediterranean Trilogy: Bread, Oil and Wine
An exhibition organised by Heritage Malta as part of the EU programme Trimed. At the Ta' Kola Windmill, Xaghra Gozo. Open Monday to Sunday from 9.00am - 5.00pm (last admission at 4.30pm).


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