What’s on Malta – September

Enjoy the last few weeks of warm weather and sunshine by taking advantage of the exciting events happening this month!

Dream Big Malta

September 1

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On September 1st 2016, EC English Language Centres will host a one-of-a-kind event bringing together the top Maltese visionaries to share their successes and challenges with you, called Dream Big Malta, to be held at the Westin Dragonara Hotel in St. Julian’s. Speakers will include Alfred Pisani, Miriam Gauci, and Andrew Mangion, among others. There is even a chance to win a 2-month internship at any EC school location!

Beach Rugby Tournament

September 11

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Enjoy some beach fun in the last few days of summer with a free Beach Rugby Tournament in Pretty Bay! There will be separate categories for women, men, and youths, with 5 players and 5 subs per team. Teams will also be split into age groups. If you need to brush up on Beach Rugby regulations, check out this page. Join in with friends and family for some sporty fun!

Mdina Ghost tour

September 13 & 27

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Explore “the Silent City” of Malta with a spooky ghost tour. With its lengthy history and mysterious architecture, Mdina is not lacking ghost stories. Beginning at 8pm, your guide will show you around the narrow streets of the city while explaining the notable events and stories of the phantoms that wander the alleyways. Later, you will be shown the countryside surrounding the city, able to visit abandoned burial sites and haunted buildings. Book your tickets online and meet your guide at the Mdina Main Gate to get started on your tour.

The Bubble Festival

September 23-25

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Celebrate contemporary music and art at the Bubble, a 3-day festival dedicated to making the world a better place. The Bubble is a non-profit organisation that brings together people of all ages and walks of life for their festival. 100% of the profits go to good causes around the world, including a foundation to educate young women in India, an NGO that aims to preserve sites on Malta, and more, while 15% goes back to the Bubble in order to set up the festival the following year. The festival is held at The Elysium Visitor Centre in Ghajn Tuffieha and tickets are available on their website.

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