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Teatru Malta welcomes you to a journey of patriotic poetry, laced with Malta's enigmatic recent history as it's backdrop. With Oliver Friggieri's poem L-Għanja ta’ Malta (1989) at it's heart, the visual piece is recited by an exceptional cast of over 50 actors representing the heroes and commoners who came before us and paved the way for the Malta we know today. 


Directed by Sean Buhagiar with music composed by Mario Sammut, L-Għanja ta’ Malta is part of the Malta International Arts Festival.


Karmen Azzopardi, Charlotte Stafrace, Mariele Zammit, Leah Grech, Narcy Calamatta, Mary Rose Mallia, Jean-Marc Cafà, Simone Ellul, John Montanaro, Malcolm Galea, Antonella Axisa, Jamie Cardona, André Mangion, Magda Van Kuilenburg, Justin Spiteri, Lilian Pace Vassallo, Clive Piscopo, Jane Marshall, Paul Portelli, Peter Galea, Lee-N Abela, Toni Attard, Mario Micallef, Joe Depasquale, Carlos Farrugia, Joseph Galea, Marta Vella, Jes Camilleri, Mikhail Basmadjian, Edward Mercieca, Nicola Azzopardi, Victor De Bono, Pierre Stafrace, Joseph Zammit, Michael Mangion, Michael Sciortino, Marylu Coppini, Alan Montanaro, Alan Paris, Roderick Vassallo, Rebecca Camilleri, Thomas Camilleri, Josette Ciappara, Michael Tabone, Clare Agius , Angele Galea, Manuel Cauchi, Nadia Vella, Nicole Bugeja, Hector Bruno, Monica Attard, Sean Buhagiar 

Creative Team 


Directed by Sean Buhagiar 

Filmed & Edited by Kevin Kiomall

Sound Design by Mario Sammut

For accessibility purposes l-Għanja ta' Malta is also available with Maltese subtitles

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