Darba Waħda is a Valletta 2018 intergenerational project which brings together children aged 9 to 12 years and adults over 60 to learn from each other by partaking in a number of a fun and multidisciplinary sessions to build creative bridges through generations.
The activities include drama, games and exercises, arts and crafts, storytelling and improvisations. Localities will be grouped into clusters and sessions will be held in community spaces located in Marsaskala, Zejtun, Zabbar, Siggiewi, Zebbug, Birkirkara, Zurrieq, Qrendi, Safi, Mqabba and Kirkop.
Sessions for Zurrieq, Qrendi, Safi, Mqabba and Kirkop will take place on Thursdays starting 29th September at the Kirkop Local Council Hall; Marsaskala, Zejtun and Zabbar sessions will take place on Wednesdays starting 28th September at the Zabbar Local Council Hall; sessions for Siggiewi and Zebbug will be taking place on Fridays starting 30th September at the Siggiewi Local Council Hall, while those for Birkirkara will be held on Mondays starting 3rd October at the Birkirkara Local Council Hall. The project shall come to a close on the 2nd December 2016.
Coordinated by applied drama practitioner Anna Formosa, Darba Waħda is being produced by the Valletta 2018 Foundation with the support of the participating local councils.
Those interested in joining should register by contacting their local council. Transport to and from the venue will be provided.