As soon as the old Maltese bus – equipped with a magical sort of machinery and a very colourful bunch of characters – arrived in Pjazza Kalkara, the audience was amazed by the spectacle given.
With over 400 people attending the first show, the troupe, led by veteran singer and actress Mary Rose Mallia, gave a very energetic 50-minute performance. The audience was delighted by the splashes of colour, song and comedy.
B’Tal-Linja Jaqbillek Żgur is part of the Malta Arts Festival 2016 organised by Arts Council Malta. The show is produced and directed by Sean Buhagiar and written by Simon Bartolo.
Dates & Locations:
12th July @ Kalkara Square
13th July @ B’Kara Square
14th July @ Mellieħa Square
15th July @ Siġġiewi Square
16th July @ Żebbuġ, Gozo Square
All shows start at 7.30pm.
This project is co-funded by FOPSIM through the EU Collective Plays! project, which is funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union.