What's On | Sunday, 28 February 2010

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March 6
Spots and Stripes
An indie pop night at Escape Club, Paceville at 22:00. Djs on the night: G for Gustav and Dj Bob. Entrance: €2 at the door.

March 27
Ringy Dingy
50s and 60s themed party at The Black Pearl, Yacht Marina, Ta’ Xbiex, at 22:00. All money collected will be forwarded to the Salesians Community in Haiti. Tickets €5. Ticket hotline & more information: 99869424.

March 30
Cocoon in Malta
Sven Väth is set to bring his Cocoon show for the first time in Malta at MFCC, Ta Qali at 20:00. Tickets: €30/35, Gold Circle Tickets: €60. Ticket Outlets: Sunlab – Valletta, Sliema, Baystreet, Mosta, Paola, B’ Kara, Hamrun, Bugibba & Gozo. Ticket Hotline: 99373740

April 10
Dat thing called rock ‘n roll Part 2
Once again after last time’s success, a night devoted to the golden days of rock ‘n’ roll at Rookie’s Sports Bar, Bugibba at 22:00. Dj on the night: DJ Bob.

April 17
Priscilla is Gayer than Natasha
DJs Chunky, Coco D housebitch and Andy Luca giving you a range of music from Classic hits to House to Pumping Electro tunes at Fortress, Xemxija at 23:00. Tickets: €10 Euros/€15 Euros at the door. VIP Tickets: €30. Tickets available from Fortress Xemxija, Levis Valletta and SoBar. Ticket Hotline : 99872638 / 99844050.

Meet the Composer: Joe Vella
Organized by members of the St James Consort under the direction of Sarah Spiteri at the St Catherine of Italy Church, Valletta at 11:00.

Until March 7
Ideas Alive’s production of John Clancy’s Fatboy, directed by Michael Fenech will take place at St James Cavallier, 20:00. Featuring Mikhail Basmadjan, Pia Zammit, Barrie Stott, Jean-Pierre Busuttil and Pierre Stafrace. Bookings: 2122 3200,

March 12 – 14, 19 – 21
Paintings by Numbers
A comedy by Simon Mawdsley, produced by Masquerade and directed by anthony bezzina at St. James Cavalier, Valletta at 20:00. Cast includes Malcolm Galea, Alan Paris and Stefan Cachia Zammit. Bookings: 2122 3200,

Last Day
Collective multi-media exhibition at 43, Lascaris Wharf, Valletta. Featuring works by Christine X, Elisa Von Brockdorff, Enrique Tabone, Jasmina Reljic, Romina Delia and Teresa Sciberras. Open every day from 16:00 – 20:00. Launch on Feburary 14 starts at 18:00.

Until end of March
An exhibition of watercolour paintings by Anastasiya Ponyatovskaya-Pace at Aroma Restaurant, 162, Triq San Kristofru, Valletta. Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 08:30 – 16:00, Thursday to Saturday 19:00 – 00:00.

Until April 4
Dreams and Visions
An exhibition of painted ceramics by Vincent Camilleri at Heritage Malta Head Office, Valletta. Opening times: Monday to Friday 09:00 – 16:30.

Today and March 6
The Apartment
Directed by Billy Wilder and starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley Maclaine, The Apartment will be showing at St James Cavalier, Valletta. Times: Wed – 19:00, Fri – 21:00, Sun – 19:00, Sat – 14:45. Bookings: 2122 3200,

March 2
An Inconvenient Truth
A showing of the film ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ provided to MUFC by the Embassy of the USA in Malta followed by a debate at KSU Melita Common Room, University of Malta at 12:00. Panel of speakers: Marthese Portelli (Wasteserv), Spokesperson for the Ministry of Environment and Elijah Waterman (US Embassy).

Until March 23
Tribal Belly dance
Tribal Dance Malta is starting a new beginner’s class on 9 February at Activzone Gym, Msida from 19:30. To book one of the last few spots email or call 79265392. The course is eight weeks long and €70.

April 9
Medieval Mdina
The silent city will provide a romantic backdrop for this festival, which will incorporate re-enactments with the participation of local and foreign groups. Kicks off at 20:00.


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