CHAMBER OF MYSTERIES DINNER SHOW MALTA
All year round every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, come enjoy a different night out, unique in Malta, at the Chamber of Mysteries. After a great meal of Maltese cuisine cooked by expert chefs and copious amounts of wine from the wine cellar, you will be led to the secret chamber within the walls of Razzett L-Antik, where you will witness Malta’s most amazing show consisting of amazing acts that defy explanation!
The Chamber of Mysteries is a regular weekly show open on Mondays, Wednesdays* and Fridays. It is situated in a chamber which has been especially transformed into a comfortable intimate theater of magic with perfect viewing from any seat and is situated at 1743 Razzett L-Antik, Valley Road, Qormi Malta. Bookings are required since seating arrangements are exclusive and limited. More details and to book check out our website.
The show has been awarded TripAdvisor’s certificate of Excellence in 2012, 2013 and now also in 2014. Check out the raving reviews on Tripadvisor yourself! Packages consist of 3 course meal, free flowing wine, soft drinks and water and the Chamber Of Mysteries Show on Mondays and Fridays. *Wednesday package consists of grand authentic traditional Maltese Buffet (4 courses), free flowing wine, soft drinks and water, traditional folk dance show, live musicians and the Chamber Of Mysteries Show. Transport included from and to any hotel in Malta. Truly Malta’s Most Amazing Night Out! Please check website for current schedule, full menu and other information and for online bookings www.chamberofmysteries.com or call Show Hotline 356 9935 6900
JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT
Following the resounding success of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice Classic Family Musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on the 29th and 30th March, 2014 at the Oratory Don Bosco Theatre in Gozo in Aid of Puttinu Cares, The Helping Hands Group (VO/0286) is proud to present a Special Show of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat this time in Malta on the 24th May, 2014 at 8.00 p.m. at St. Agatha’s Auditorium in Rabat Malta. This family musical spectacle is one that definitely should not be missed. A LIVE orchestra playing authentic West End arrangements will be directed by Mro. Joseph Grech. This orchestra will be complimented by a 120-strong cast of actors, singers, choristers and stage crew including The Helping Hands Group Chorus. A well known cast line-up of singers will assure an unforgettable evening, including Ludwig Galea in the part of Joseph, Pamela Bezzina in the part of the Narrator and Roger Tirazona in the part of Pharoah and many, many others. For the above production, rights have been granted from The Really Useful and Group – London. Authentic West End London Orchestra Arrangements have been hired for this production. As in the case of Gozo, funds are being raised towards Puttinu Cares and the Helping Hands Group is committing itself to donate €5 for every adult ticket sold and €2 for every child’s ticket sold for the May show. Gozitan artist and committee member Paul Stellini has donated a painting to be auctioned during the show also in aid of Puttinu Cares. Free Parking is also available at the venue.
UEFA EUROPEAN UNDER-17 CHAMPIONSHIP 09/05/2014 – 21/05/2014 The UEFA European Under-17 Championships will be held in Malta between the 9th and the 21st of May 2014. Matches will be played at various venues located in both Malta and Gozo, including the National Stadium in Ta’ Qali, the Hibernians Stadium in Corradino, and the Gozo Stadium on the sister island of Gozo. Seven teams from amongst Europe’s top youth national squads will join hosts Malta in the May event in a bid to win the prestigious cup. More details including fixtures will be available on the offical tournament website: http://uefaunder17.mfa.com.mt/en/home.htm.
The Medieval Mdina Festival will be organised again this year for the sixth consecutive year in the streets of Mdina. During this two day event there will be re-enactments by foreign and local groups, Medieval Music, Sbandieratori, Illusionist, Jester, Falconry and birds of prey, Lectures, food & drink, Medieval Market, Medieval Kitchen and Children’s Area. The popularity of this Festival is evident from the number of visitors we had in previous years. The request from a good number of foreigners and Travel Agents proves that this festival is now popular as well with foreign enthusiasts. Some Tour Operators as well advertise the Festival in their brochures. In this year’s edition we will have the following participants: 1) Show of Arms – A local Medieval re-enactment group 2) Anakron – Medieval Club – with Medieval Tavern 3) Bibita – A local music group with Medieval Instruments 4) Brian Role and Lourdes Palmier – Illusionist 5) Falconry and Birds of Prey by Federicus Rex Group 6) Fire Dragon – A local group with a fire show; 7) Gruppo Sbandieratori di Vignanello (IT); 8) I Fanciulli e la Corte di Olnano (San Marino) 9) Ass. Gruppo Tamburi della citta di Giarratana (IT) 10) Fabio Zaganelli – Jester (IT) 11) Frank O’Neil – Ventriloquist 12) A number of Maltese actors to put up scenes and walk about in costumes. 13) A number of distinguished speakers who will deliver a number of Lectures on the subject including Dr Vince Zammit, Salvator Mousu, Dr Stephen Spitrei, and Charloene Vella amongst others; 14) A number of exhibitions including, Bonsai Exhibitions & Icons on Wood 15) The Festival is complemented with a number of stands, including food stands, improvised artists, crafts and Medieval artifacts. During the Festival the participants will perform all day long in various corners and squares of Mdina. Including battles, skirmishes, re-enactments of scenes from the Medieval Period, like the Medieval Wedding , a Slave Market, Sword Fighting, Archery, Medieval Tavern, Magic Shows, Live Music, Birds of Prey flights, Parades, Flag Throwing shows, and spontaneous re-enactments. The festival serves as well as a cultural exchange between local talents and foreign groups, disseminating the cultural heritage of the Medieval Times. It is as well a good educational exercise to teach both children and adults the history of our City. During the festival all the Tourist Attractions extend their opening hours and offer special reduced prices. Food and drinks will not be missing in the Festival and a good number of outlets offer medieval food in their menus during those days. The Mdina Local Council, being the smallest Local Council on the island, needs a lot of support to organize such a big event, and this support comes in many forms. The support of a number of Government Departments, residents, and a valid contribution is given by the Business Community, especially the SMEs that are present in Mdina. The support is given not only in form of advertising, but also with direct participation with stands exhibiting their products, and directly involved in exchanges with similar entities from abroad. This gives the festival another dimension, that of a promoter for exchange of ideas amongst other business communities. The Festival is above all a 2 days of mighty fun for everyone.