Our projects bring culture to everyone’s doorstep, uniting the traditional vision of a Mediterranean life enriched by close ties to family, friends and neighbours with the island’s growing creative practices. Come to the capital to discover diverse themes at play in and around Valletta’s streets during our Opening Week.

 

Valletta Stories – Around Valletta

Everyone has a story to tell, but who can tell Valletta’s stories best if  not its own residents? Residents will be invited to take visitors through Valletta, all its nooks and corners, and talk about living in Valletta, what Valletta means to them; so visitors will get the chance to explore Valletta like they never have before: through the eyes of its own community.

  • 15-19 January – morning and afternoon
  • 20 January – morning

 

Pjazza Kriptika – Agostinian Convent

Within the 500-year-old Agostinian convent, there lies an underground waiting to be explored. The crypt and war shelters will be opened, and will be hosting community exhibitions within the beautiful stone Walls.

  • 15-20 ta’ Jannar – 09:00-12:00, 17:00-21:00

 

An Angle on the Anglican – St. Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral & undercroft

Set to be restored in the coming year, St. Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral will open its doors to the public all week, enabling all visitors to inhale the history inscribed into its walls, as they walk through the apses of the magical cathedral and the newly-restored undercroft.

Tours will be available daily on Monday 15th through to Saturday 20th at the following times:

  • 11am: daily Maltese spoken “Highlights of the Cathedral” tour lasting 20 minutes
  • 2pm: daily English spoken “Highlights of the Cathedral” tour lasting 20 minutes.

The Chancellor of the Cathedral Canon Simon Godfrey will be involved in the tours when available as will the team of Cathedral welcomers.

  • 15-20 January – 10:00-16:00
  • Tours at 11:00 (MT) and 14:00 (EN) everyday