LOUD WOMEN presents a night of awesome music, with performances from:
Tickets £6 in advance, £8 on the door.
LOUD WOMEN is a DIY collective that champions women in music by hosting live events that are fun, friendly, and frickin awesome.
All profits go to the artists, and any additional funds raised go to charities that help women.
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The National Book Council and Għaqda tal-Malti – Università are proud to present the fifth edition of the Campus Book Festival, which will be held on 21, 22 and 23 March, kicking off daily at 9 am with back-to-back activities planned until 4 pm. On Friday the activities will continue until late in the evening.
The purpose of the festival is to promote literature across the board while, at the same time, giving publishers and book distributors a space in which they can sell and promote their publications with a mature audience, such as university students. A vast programme of activities will be put up during the festival, ranging from workshops and films related to literature, to readings and interviews with authors, painters and illustrators – as well as language discussions, guided tours around the University Library, live music and a number of collaborations with other organisations.
The special guest this year is Jasmin B. Frelih, the Slovenian author whose novel Na/Pol (In/Half) earned him the European Prize for Literature in 2016. He will be joining us on Campus for special events scheduled on each of the three days, with a creative writing workshop on 21 March, a discussion with Maltese writer and poet Immanuel Mifsud on Slovenian literature on 22 March, and a interview with Noel Tanti on 23 March. On Friday afternoon, Inizjamed will be contributing an Open Mic session featuring Frelih.
The festival will close on Friday night with live music by Cryptic Street and Fuzzhoneys.
The publishers and distributors participating in the festival are BDL, EDE BOOKS, FARAXA BOOKS, HORIZONS, MIDSEA BOOKS, PJATTAFORMA and SENSIELA KOTBA SOĊJALISTI (SKS). These publishers and distributors will be selling their books at their stand and will be organising their own book launch events.
The planned activities are held by HoASA and Marisa Attard, Dr Bernard Micallef and Dr Olvin Vella, in collaboration with the University Library, Glen Calleja along with the Department of Maltese within G.F. Abela Junior College, DESA, Jesmond Vassallo, Noah Fabri, Tradizzjoni Orali – Dipartiment tal-Malti, l-Università, Colette Sciberras, Fattima Mahdi, Moritz Sommer, BDL, Immanuel Mifsud, Inizjamed, Clare Azzopardi and Leanne Ellul, Salvu Catania and Gloria Lucia Laurente, Noel Tanti, Pjattaforma, Alfred and Gabriel Buttigieg, Michael Zammit and Horizons.
Opening times and dates are: Wednesday 21 March and Thursday 22 9am–4pm; Friday 23 March 9am–late. The Festival is open to all, free of charge.
Visit our Facebook page in the coming few days to have a glance at the full programme.
For more information or interviews, please contact John Grech on firstname.lastname@example.org or Sephora Francalanza on email@example.com.
Malta takes London is back to rock London town for the 5th year with a sweet line up and you’re all invited! Ticket – 9EUR.Get your ticket now
A night to remember (or not to remember) for all the L O C A people out there, full of crazy tunes provided by the following ladies:
Cryptic Street DJs
Sunta X Uma
Uma X Sam Aleks
🔥 Let’s get this party started 🔥
FREE DRINK to each person who comes to the party in PJs.