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Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and The Legendary Tapes

Spazju Kreattiv Cinema St James Cavalier, Castille Place, Valletta

Delia Derbyshire: The Myths and the Legendary Tapes is a feature-length portrait of the character and legacy of electronic sound pioneer Delia Derbyshire, who realised the Dr Who Theme tune in 1963 and explores the idea that this extraordinary composer lived outside of time and space as other people experience it.

MET Encore: Don Carlos

Spazju Kreattiv Cinema St James Cavalier, Castille Place, Valletta

For the first time in company history, the Met presents the original five-act French version of Verdi’s epic opera of doomed love among royalty, set against the backdrop of the Spanish Inquisition.

Bolshoi: The Pharaoh’s Daughter (Live)

Spazju Kreattiv Cinema St James Cavalier, Castille Place, Valletta

While traveling in Egypt, Lord Wilson is caught in a sandstorm and finds refuge in the nearest pyramid where Aspicia, the daughter of one of Egypt’s most powerful pharaohs, lies entombed.

Bolshoi: The Pharaoh’s Daughter (Live)

Spazju Kreattiv Cinema St James Cavalier, Castille Place, Valletta

While traveling in Egypt, Lord Wilson is caught in a sandstorm and finds refuge in the nearest pyramid where Aspicia, the daughter of one of Egypt’s most powerful pharaohs, lies entombed.

MET Live: Turandot

Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko makes her long-awaited Met role debut as Puccini’s icy princess—live in cinemas on May 7.

MET Live: Lucia di Lammermoor

Soprano Nadine Sierra takes on one of the repertory’s most formidable and storied roles, the haunted heroine of Donizetti’s Lucia di Lammermoor, in an electrifying new staging by Australian theater and film director Simon Stone, conducted by Riccardo Frizza.

MET Encore: Turandot

Superstar soprano Anna Netrebko makes her long-awaited Met role debut as Puccini’s icy princess—live in cinemas on May 7.

MET Live: Hamlet

When Australian composer Brett Dean’s Hamlet had its world premiere at the Glyndebourne Festival in 2017, The Guardian declared, “New opera doesn’t often get to sound this good … Shakespeare offers a gauntlet to composers that shouldn’t always be picked up, but Dean’s Hamlet rises to the challenge.”