Saturday, 24th February 2018

Activities 2016

29 January: Annual General Meeting

27 February:  Seminar for Teachers of German “Preparing for the new Zertifikat A2” conducted by Lothar Mader from the GI in Paris New A2

10th March: Talk by Prof. Carola Hilmes from the Goethe University of Frankfurt-am-Main with the title “Die Gruppe 47” in collaboration with the Department of German at the University of Malta

13th May: German Film Evening – screening “WHO AM I – Kein System ist sicher”

10th June: German Film Evening – screening “About a Girl”

8th July: German Film Evening – screening “Hannah Arendt”
23rd July: Annual Buffet Dinner at the Corinthia Palace Hotel

12th August: German Film Evening – screening “Hotel Lux”

9th September: German Film Evening – screening “Age of Cannibals (Zeit der Kannibalen)”
30th September: Opening of an art exhibition put up by the Orange Lizards Group of Artists

1st October: Open Day in connection with Notte Bianca
14th October: German Film Evening – screening “The Suspicion (Der Verdacht)”

11th November: German Film Evening – screening “When we leave (Die Fremde)”
21st November: Launch of the guide book “Abseits” by authors Christian and Bettina Launer

9th December: German Film Evening – screening “Ostwind”

Between mid-November and mid-December 22 film-shows screening the family film “Ostwind 2” were held for schoolchildren learning German. 900 students attended for these shows.

Contact Us

Messina Palace, 141 Triq San Kristofru,
Valletta VLT1465, Malta
(+356) 2124 6967

Membership

Permanent and temporary residents in Malta of German or Maltese nationality, not below the age of 18 years of age are eligible for membership to the German-Maltese Circle. Bona fide students between the ages of 14 and 18 are accepted as Junior Members.

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Activities

Dance Performance "Open Waters"

The German-Maltese Circle organises various activities such as exhibitions, film shows, cultural tours, forums, lectures, seminars, concerts, choral performances by visiting German choirs, chanson evenings, social and sports events and in fact, anything which helps to make especially the Maltese public more conscious of German culture and the German way of life.

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Library

Section of the Dorothea von Wendland Library

The Library at the German-Maltese Circle is named after Dorothea von Wendland, the wife of a former German Ambassador, who in the early 1970’s was instrumental in the setting up of a lending and reference library in the former premises of the Circle in Floriana.

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Restaurant & Coffee Shop

Image of Coffee and Croissant

Entering through the elegant entrance hall of Messina Palace and situated in a converted arched inner yard is the Circle’s Restaurant & Coffee Shop where patrons gather in informal and cosy surroundings for a coffee break, a lunch or just a quick snack.

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