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Holy Week Activities in Ghajnsielem Gozo

Għaqda Drammatika Għajnsielem was established in 1987 with the principal aim of producing quality productions and activities mainly connected with the Holy Week. 

 “Ħadd il-Passjoni” (Passion Sunday)
In collaboration with the Għajnsielem Local Council and Fort Chambray Limited, Għaqda Drammatika Għajnsielem will be presenting an activity entitled “Ħadd il-Passjoni” (Passion Sunday). This activity will consist of the Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the inauguration of the Lord’s Supper and the dramatized version of the Way of The Cross“Kont Hemm” (I Was There) which is based on St John Paul II's Scriptural Way of the Cross, first prayed by the Pope on March 29, 1991. Beginning in the Garden of Gethsemane and concluding at the tomb, each station focuses on a scriptural person who delivers a monologue challenging the audience to reflect on its part the Passion of Christ. The main characters include Jesus, the apostle John, the Centurion, Mary Magdalene as well as others. 

The Stations of the Cross will commence at Ta' Passi fields in Għajnsielem, Gozo, where the Bethlehem f`Għajnsielem activity is usually held, and will proceed through the historical site of Fort Chambray followed by the audience. These locations provide the perfect ambience for a Holy Week re-enactment. The scriptwriter JoAnne Debrincat is responsible for directing a cast of around 60 actors who will take part whilst Franco Ciangura is responsible for the artistic direction. Various people are also involved behind the scenes.
“Ħadd il-Passjoni” will be held on 29th March 2015 (Palm Sunday) at 5pm. Entrance is free. In case of bad weather, this activity will be held on 31st March 2015 at the same time and place. 
The Last Supper

Another activity which Għaqda Drammatika Għajnsielem is organizing is a live reenactment of The Lord’s Supper. This will also take place at Ta' Passi fields. The grotto area utilized during Bethlehem f`Għajnsielem, will be transformed into the room where actors will portray Jesus sharing his final meal with his Apostles before his crucifixion. There will also be a live kitchen where traditional Passover food will be prepared. This atmosphere and the natural surroundings of Ta' Passi fields including the animals, will take visitors back in time to experience The Last Supper. This activity will take place on Holy (Maundy) Thursday evening, 2nd April 2015, from 8.30pm until 11.30pm and the following morning, Good Friday, 3rd April 2014, from 9am until 12pm.

Our Lady of Sorrows Procession
Another activity that Għaqda Drammatika Għajnsielem organizes every year is the procession of Our Lady of Sorrows where around 100 personages dressed as biblical characters take part. The procession will leave the Għajnsielem Parish church at 6.00pm on 27th March 2015 and will continue throughout the various streets of our village.

An Evening of Magical Music from the Animated Classics

In aid of Id-Dar tal-Providenza and Helen Keller Resource Centre

The Maleth Sinfonia Keyboard Orchestra and its singers are proud to present this event. They will be joined by special guests namely, Gianluca Bezzina and his siblings, Ian J. Vella, Marie Therese Vassallo and Ludwig Galea together with the Marie Therese Vassallo Voice Studio Choir, Stagecoach Malta Choir, Stagecoach Dance Troup and Paul Curmi Dance Studio.

To enhance your evening there will also be animators from the Hip Hip Hurrah Animation Team wearing costumes featuring different characters who will be participating throughout the concert. The compere for the evening will be Corazon Mizzi.

It will be an evening of fun for the whole family.

Rating: Three years and over. Children are encouraged to wear a costume featuring characters from the animated classics.

Date:          15th March 2015 

Venue:       Mediterranean Conference Centre


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Carnival celebrations at Laguna Walk, SmartCity Malta well-attended

On 8th February, SmartCity Malta hosted it’s first-ever Carnival celebrations at Laguna Walk, its vibrant hub in the south of Malta, in collaboration with the Ministry for Justice, Culture and Local Government, and Catermax. 

In spite of unfavourable weather conditions, the festivities were well-attended by both adults and children in their Carnival costumes. 

The winners of the Carnival Costume Competition were 1st prize winners, Faith Calleja as the Autumn Queen and Ganesse Abela as the Fire Goddess, and 3rd prize winner Zak Ellul as the Prince, who all won a commemorative trophy.

If you wish to stay updated about all future Laguna Walk events, please visit and ‘SmartCity News’ on Facebook. 

Homeland exhibition by Ray Axiaq

Axiaq’s passion for art began as a boy and never left. ‘Homeland’ is an exhibition of semi-abstract paintings that convert Axiaq’s innate artistic soul with his adult experiences. In this first time Solo Exhibition Axiaq explores and physically responds to the Maltese landscape with a collection of large scale semi-abstract, vibrant canvases.

The artist draws his inspiration from the natural patterns and man-made divisions of land that form the grids that map out the way we live and work the local terrain. Axiaq uses a variety of materials within the pictorial space that are tactile and symbolic of his former career and life in construction and land development. This diversity and understanding of the land haspromoted a natural and strong affinity, which enables his artistic career to propel and flourish. It is second nature for Axiaq to combine his artistic practice with his love of these familiar materials.

Axiaq’s affinity with the land pushes his vibrant, painterly landscapes towards a unique and personal signature. The bright, colourist compositions show his natural skills and his sense of risqué and adventure.


Wednesday 11.00 - 14.00
Thursday 16.00 - 19.00
Friday 11.00 - 19.00
Saturday 11.00 - 14.00

The Flow Motion Experience

Where one gets to explore Delicious Food, The Art of Music and Dance in an interactive set of workshops which will run for two consecutive days. 

Package includes:

Food - A food buffet with a wide range of delicious healthy dishes all to nourish your Mind, Body and Spirit. 
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Music - A-cappella and Body Percussion Workshop.
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Dance - Flow Motion Dance Class.

Art - A Contemporary and Traditional Art Exhibition.

A two hour Musical Performance 
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Plus more! Everyone loves interactive surprises! 

Attendees will first be greeted in the main courtyard of the Malta Society of Arts Palazzo, then we will move through the interactive workshops which last an hour each.

Between each workshop we will have a short break, this gives time to have try some tasty food, view some live art and exhibitions or even join in the interactive surprises we have in store.

After the final and long break all guests will be treated to a live musical performance by Leigh Holmes, Stevey Keys and One New Human. 

Event starts at 11am and finishes at 6pm on Saturday and Sunday. The workshops run at the same time on both days, so you’ve got a choice which day you would like to join us.

Tickets cost €40 per person. This will include the full day workshop and all the stated above, food will also be provided during every break! 

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Text/call 99290748. 

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Two dates available Saturday 28th February or Sunday 1st March 

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