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Its Carnival Time! All you need to know about ‘Karnival’ ta’ Malta

One of the most exciting events in the Maltese calendar is finally here!! Its Carnival Time! Colourful floats, marching bands, magnificent masks, vibrant…
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Maltese Traditional Foodways with Palazzo Falson in Mdina

Fancy knowing more about Maltese traditional foodways?       Palazzo Falson Mdina – Series of talks about Maltese traditional Foodways Palazzo Falson…
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Kicking off Christmas Festivities – Panto Style

As a little girl I called it pantonine and pantomine. Although I was corrected an infinite amount of times, I still got it…
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What is Black Friday? ESE’s quick guide with everything you need to know!

  Today’s the day, it’s finally here! The day that thousands upon thousands of hungry shoppers have been eagerly awaiting…BLACK FRIDAY!   But…
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5 reasons to visit St Julian’s Festa this weekend!

Its Festa time! If you are familiar with Malta, you will know that the Maltese love any excuse for a festa! Summer in…
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Valletta Film Festival 2018 – Part 2

Here is part 2 of our Valletta Film Festival Report from our very own Laetitia who is acting as a volunteer at the…
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Valletta Film Festival 2018 – Part 1

As part of Valletta’s European Capital of Culture programme for 2018, this week marks the Valletta Film Festival! Valletta Film Festival Week 2018…
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Isle of MTV Malta Music Festival – 27th June 2018

 Isle of MTV Malta Music Concert                              27th June June…
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Winter Olympics PyeongChang 2018 – The highlights so far!

The Winter Olympics 2018 The 2018 Winter Olympics are now underway in PyeongChang, South Korea. It is the 23rd Winter Olympics and the…
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Japanese Culture Day

Earlier on in January ESE hosted a special Japanese cultural activity together with a group of Japanese students – Wabunka-no-kai.  The students played Japanese…
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