What's On | Sunday, 06 September 2009
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Sunset chants
Traditional Gaudya Vaisnava Chants from India at Ghajn Tuffieha from 19:30.


La Rive Live Music
Live music at La Rive Café and Wine Bar, Sliema Seafront. Doors open at 20:00, with music at 21:00.


The Wrong Music Show
First in a series of rave shows at Liquid Club, San Gwann from 21:00 featuring Shitmat, Danjeli, No Bling Show, Acidmoths, MT, Mike, Mutex, RDR Crew.

September 11

Party Bomba
Party at Liquid Club, San Gwann from 22:30. Featuring Danjeli, AcidMoths,
Manthrax and the launch of No Bling’s Show’s Lucija u Samwel. Entrance at €5.


September 25

Skimmed EP launch
The garage/post-punk band will be launching their debut EP, Your Head is Too Big For Your Crown at the Velo Lounge of Lo Squero, Floriana (below Public Library), with support by Brikkuni and DJ Bob. Doors open at 22:00. Entrance is €6; €10 with EP.

October 9

Dripht + Dolls for Idols
Dripht will be reuniting for one show at Remedy Club, Paceville, with support from Dolls For Idols. Doors open at 21:30. Entrance is at €5; €10 with both Dripht EPs.


September 18

Grace u Rofflu
Visual dance theatre performance by rubberbodies at MITP, St Christopher Street, Valletta from 20:00. Performed by Jimmy Grima and Rebecca Camilleri. Tickets at €7. Bookings: 79057676,


Ends today

Heritage at Risk: Giving Life to our Forgotten Past
A collective exhibition by 13 local artists supporting the conference organised by the students of the Master of Arts in Cultural Heritage Management at the National Museum of Natural History, Vilhena Palace, Mdina. Open Monday to Sunday from 09:00 - 17:00 (Last admission 16:30).

Until October 4

Pornolitics Remix
Collection of works by Raphael Vella at St James Cavalier.

September 9 - October 10

Islands of Dream - Discover the Maltese Temples
Exhibition at The German-Maltese Circle, St Christopher Street, Valletta. Opening hours: Weekdays 09.00 to 12:30 and 16:30 to 20:00. Saturdays: mornings only.

September 12 - October 25

The 3rd Malta-Cyprus Ceramics Exhibition
Collective exhibition by Maltese and Cypriot ceramists at the Upper Galleries of St James Cavalier.

Until September 27

The Death Waltz
Video installation by Stuart Croft at Malta Contemporary Art, 8, Off Racecourse Street, Marsa. Opening hours by appointment only: 79938332

September 15 – October 15

The climate is changing – are you?
International photo exhibition on climate change organised by Friends of the Earth (Malta) launches at Sliema’s Independence garden at 19:30 on September 15. Exhibition travels to three different locations in Malta: Sliema Independence Garden September 15 -30; University of Malta (Humanities Department) October 1 - 15; Birgu Waterfront October 15-30.

November 6 - December 13
Il Suono del Silenzio
Exhibition of works on canvas, board and paper using paint and mixed media by Jean Karl Izzo at the Upper Galleries of St James Cavalier.

Until September 30

MUHS exhibition
Photography exhibition by the Malta University History Society (MUHS) in collaboration with the University of Malta Library by University of Malta students, dealing with 'Monuments and Sites' and 'Endangered Heritage', held on the ground floor of the University Library. Can be visited during Library opening hours: Monday Friday: 09:00 – 17:00; Saturday: 09:00 – 12:00.

Until December 20

…and non-places
Exhibition of photos and etchings by Robert Zahra at Nuvo Art & Dine, Marsascala.


September 10 - 12

Malta Mediterranean Literature Festival
Writers and musicians from seven countries, including Maltese poet Daniel Massa and Catalan poet, translator and literary critic Marta Pessarrodona, will be performing at St. John's Cavalier, Birgu. Readings start at 20:00 and entrance to all events is free. The festival features performances by Renzo Spiteri on percussions and Jes Psaila on guitar who will also be accompanying some of the writers.


September 9, 10

Wall paintings: studies and conservation
Seminar on wall painting in Malta by the Department of the Built Heritage of the Faculty for the Built Environment, University of Malta at the Aula Magna, Old University Building, Valletta. Two world-famous scholars will be participating in the event: Prof. Maria Perla Colombini from the University of Pisa (Italy), and Ms Sharon Cather from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London (UK) featuring as keynote speakers. Open to University students and lecturing staff, along with professionals in the field of conservation. Entrance is free but booking is highly recommended from Ms Roberta Deangelis ( by not later than September 4. Full programme:


September 11

MADC Quiz Night
At the MADC Clubrooms, Sta Venera from 20:00. Five maximum participants per table; prizes include a five-day trip on the Hera. Participation price is €5 (finger food included). Early booking recommended:


Quiz Night Thursdays
Quiz at Ciao Fra, Sliema starts at 20:30. Each table booked is considered to be a team. Quiz packs containing 40 questions on different topics are given out to each team, who would in turn be given an hour’s time limit to fill in their answers. After the hour elapses, correct answers will be called out by the quizmaster, after which the winning table is announced. Winners receive a €20 discount off their bill. A free bottle of The Stump Jump (Australia), imported by Bicanter Wines, will be given to the winning table and runners up. Those interested in participating are kindly asked to contact quizmaster David Darmanin on 99458567.


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