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CULTURE | Wednesday, 22 August 2007




Until 26 August
A collective exhibition of paintings and sculpture at the Heritage Malta Head Office, Merchant’s Street, Valletta including artists Dominic Dimech, Astrid Zammit, Nadege Cassar, Josephine Cachia, Noel Petroni and Kevin Attard. Open from 8am to 4pm.

Until 31 August
Gallery G hosts an exhibition of Julian Calabrere’s paintings. The exhibition halls and the gallery shop (no 4, Sir Ugo Mifsud Street, Lija) are open to the public between 9am and 5pm on weekdays and 9:30am and 12:30pm on Saturdays.

Until 9 September
Chinese Musical Instruments
Exhibited at the St James Cavalier Main Hall, the items on display are carefully-selected distinctive instruments of both ancient and modern China, which will provide visitors with a comprehensive view of Chinese instrumental culture.

Until 16 September
Voyage & Voir: Travellers of the Grand Tour
Exhibition organised by Heritage Malta and the Comune Palazzolo Acreide as part of EU programme Interreg IIIA Italia - Malta, at the St Angelo Hall, Malta Maritime Museum, Vittoriosa. Open Monday to Sunday from 9am to 5pm (last admission 4:30pm)


Tomorrow, 26 August
Bla Kondixin Lite
Bla Kondixin Lite, a summer version of the popular satirical stage show, will take place at the Old Opera House, Valletta at 9pm. Paul Portelli, Herbert Mugliett, Ray Calleja, Mario Snits Spiteri, Malcolm Galea and Mark Spiteri will take on familiar local figures. Tickets are available from St James Cavalier, tel. 21 223216, or email For more information:

Reggae Night
A Reggae-themed evening will take place at Surfside, Sliema. Doors open at 9pm and entrance is free.

24, 25 August
Tribali, Norm Rejection and Forsaken will be playing at the year’s Rebelfest, taking place at the Buskett Roadhouse over two days. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are at Lm3.50 per night, or Lm5.50 for a block ticket.,,

24 August
Inner Link & Dying Signals
The two metal bands will be playing at Poxx Bar, Paceville in aid of Animal Farm. Doors open at 9pm and entrance, which includes a free drink, is at Lm2. Organised by Between the Lies.

2 September
The Burning Leaves and Pete Molinari
Alternative Malta hosts an intimate music night at the University campus, bringing over two promising acts from the UK for a double-bill of haunting folk and Bob Dylanesque rhythms. The Burning Leaves and Pete Molinari will be joined on stage by local chanteuse Carrie. The event is being organised in collaboration with the University of Malta and the Kooperattive Kulturali Universitarja (KKU) and is sponsored by BrandMalta and Radio 101. The first act will commence at 8.30 p.m.
Tickets are on sale at Lm3.50 (€8.15) from Anthony D’Amato (Valletta), Muddy Waters (St. Julian’s), and PrintXPress (University). Tickets at the door will cost Lm4.50 (€10.48).,,

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