With plenty of opportunities to use your English outside of the classroom and a range of activities to keep you occupied in your free-time, we guarantee that you’ll never be bored in Malta. Here are some of November’s highlights.

Learn about milestones throughout Malta’s past at the Mixta ta Poplu (until 5th November) which guides you through Malta’s history, explaining some of the island’s key dates and eras. Throughout November, an exhibition at Fort St. Angelo marks the history of the fortification including memorabilia showcasing the fort as one of Malta’s most iconic sights and celebrates it being the site of one of the first naval cinemas in Malta.

To celebrate being named as Capital of Culture for 2018, Valletta is hosting ‘A Tale of a City’ (until 21st November), an exhibition featuring work from eleven local artists highlighting the history and culture of Malta’s capital.

Performing Arts
Kenneth Ross’s new play, ‘The Lockerbie Bomber’ is a real-life drama exploring events which followed the tragic bombing of Pan Am flight 103 in 1988 killing 270 people. The play, which debuted at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this year, runs from 1st to 10th November at the St. James Cavalier Centre for Creativity.

On 30th November the Orpheum Theatre is host to a live music concert with performances by the talented French artist Gaela Brown with her band from Paris and Tel Aviv. She will be joined by two of Malta’s best-known bands, Stalko and The New Victorians for a night of unforgettable live music.