A festival that’s bursting at the seams with homegrown talent, this edition of the ŻiguŻajg Festival boasts brand new events ranging from musical theatre, opera, DIY and non-verbal theatre.
This year things are different – all of the events will be available to view online.
Newsbook.com.mt spoke to Artistic Director Marta Vella who explained that families can simply choose a time slot from their schedule and watch the shows from the comfort and safety of their own home. There’s something for every age group: music, dance, theatre and even workshops.
Each ticket for the virtual festival costs €7 (per family), which gives you access to a viewing window to see that show.
The ŻiguŻajg Festival will take place between the 20th and 29th November 2020.