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The open-air performances will be held in Pjazza l-Vitorja, the village's main square, every Wednesday evening at 9:00pm throughout the months of July and August 2015. The show will premiere on July 1st and will run until August 26th. Entrance is free of charge.

This year's edition will see Calypso taking Ulysses and the audience in a millennial journey through some of the events which have left a mark on the village and the Maltese islands. The show will involve around 40 actors and dancers wearing period costumes, ranging from classical times to the 19th century.

The performance is aimed to give tourists and local visitors an interesting insight both into famous as well as less-known events in which the village and its people played a role, thereby enriching the visitor's stay on Calypso's isle. All this can be enjoyed while having a delicious meal or sipping a glass of good wine in one of the restaurants surrounding the square.



Phone: +356 21563737

E-mail: xaghra.lc@gov.mt

Website: www.xaghra.com










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