Registration for the Valletta 2018 project, Darba Waħda, is now open for a select number of localities.

This intergenerational project brings children and the elderly together over a creative platform to participate on a number of a fun activities such as storytelling, drama, art and games. Throughout the sessions, participants learn from each other, exercise their creativity, develop news skills, experience self-development and have fun in a safe and creative environment.


Image source: Carl Farrugia


The project is running for its third season, and promotes a sense of community and a sense of well-being. Led by applied drama practitioner Anna Formosa, Darba Waħda continues to engage participants from across Malta.

The free sessions are running from the end of September to December. Registration is open to children aged 9 to 12 years and adults over 60 who hail from Marsascala, Żejtun, Żabbar, Siġġiewi, Żebbug, B’Kara, Żurrieq, Qrendi, Ħal Safi, Mqabba and Kirkop.

Those interested in participating can register at their respective local council. Localities will be grouped together and sessions will be held in spaces located in the area. Transport to and from the venue will be provided.


Image source: Carl Farrugia


Sessions for Marsascala, Żejtun and Żabbar will take place at the Żabbar Local Council Hall on Wednesdays on the 28th September.

Sessions for Siġġiewi and Żebbug will be taking place at the Siġġiewi Local Council Hall on Fridays on the 30th September.

Sessions for B’Kara will be held at the B’Kara Local Council Hall on Mondays on the 3rd October.

Żurrieq, Qrendi, Safi, Mqabba and Kirkop will be catered for at the Kirkop Local Council Hall on Thursdays on the 29th September.

For further details, visit the Valletta 2018 website.