Category: Entertainment

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Għana

Għana is generally sung by two or more singers called għannejja, who seat themselves at two opposite ends of the stage, retorting answers to each other in rhyme, usually without any planning or meditation....

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Musical Events in Malta this April

Spring is finally here. The sun is shining, the weather is getting warmer, and everyone feels not only sprightlier, but also full of energy and verve. Maybe this is why so many events around...

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The History of Carnival in Malta

Carnival in Malta has a long history. The word itself originates from the Italian phrase ‘carne vale’, which means ‘meat is allowed’, since Carnival itself is usually celebrated before the start of Lent, during...

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Riding around Gozo

Gozo, Malta’s sister island and the second largest one in the Maltese archipelago, is a treasure-trove full of natural landscapes, verdant flora, lush foliage, crystalline beaches, and unique panoramas. Apart from enjoying peaceful walks...

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Christmas Pantomime

The Christmas Pantomime is one of the staples of the Christmas festivities on the islands of Malta. Adults and children alike consider this theatrical production as the epitome of festive entertainment characterising the season,...

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The Maltese Parish Festa

In every locality around Malta and Gozo, a parish feast (‘festa’) for the local Patron Saint is organised at least once each year. Some localities have not one, but two patron saints, resulting in...