Science at your fingertips! Experience the magic of Science in the City by accessing our Virtual Festival! The virtual festival will bring the spectacular mosaic of performances on display at the Science in the City Festival to your screens.
Virtual Event 2022
You can see what the Virtual event is all about by clicking on the videos below!
On October 7th, 2022, our performances were resurrected to life once again!
Ensonglopedia of the Earth
With his vivid personality, singer-songwriter John Hinton (who collaborated with researcher Alexia Massa-Gallucci) will entertain us through music with the serious topic of climate change.
Gasping for Air
Psychology student organisation Betapsi will empower us to keep fighting for our breaths with their dance “Gasping for air”.
Move with Nature
A dance theatre performance by Sandra Mifsud focus on the need of nature for us to reconnect with ourselves, our creativity and save our planet.
Simone Cutajar, Marthese Formosa, and Martin Bonnici (Shadeena Entertainment) with their audiovisual experience Solitary Bee take us on a journey around the Maltese Islands meeting a host of colourful characters.
Hate Speech Performance
The University Students Performing Arts Association (USPA) and the Association of Language and Linguistic Technology (ALLT) have collaborated to investigate particular elements of online hate speech such as the use of metaphor and othering.
Last but not least, through the EU-funded project JustNature, researcher and performer Moe Soliman will take you and your family on an expedition to the very heart of our planet. With these enticing shows, you will be gently reminded to appreciate and protect the true beauty of our Earth.
Live Virtual Event 2021
You can see what the LIVE Virtual event is all about by clicking on the links below to review all the footage recorded in the 2021 edition.
Science in the City is back like never before. Our live virtual festival is only a click away! Tune in to be a part of Science in the City on the 24th and 25th of September from wherever you are. Our virtual program includes the same exciting variety of events that has come to define Malta’s largest Science and Arts festival, except this time, we’re bringing the magic to you.
Our theme this year is Sowing Seeds, because we want to encourage citizens to take an active role in shaping our future and the future of our planet. Għajn: a puppet show will creatively explore how we use water, and ways to protect this vital resource. In Our Warming Seas you’ll see stunning videos of Malta’s waters, and hear from experts about the changes that are happening in the seas around our islands. The Green Mental Health Routine will discuss how time in nature can contribute to better mental health.
As a special feature for this year, award-winning British comedy-science-singer-songwriter John Hinton will be performing a live music show inspired by the work of Nature Trust. His high-energy set: “Now that’s what I call a lot of songs about science”, will have you in stitches. The ever-popular SharkLab will be back with a show revealing the secrets of the misunderstood fish circling the Maltese Archipelago.
For something a bit different, join us for Meet the Body Builders, a show created by prosthetics-designers MAproHand. Contemplate how you would design a hand, and watch the process as ideas come to life..