Brian Bonnici

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Brian Bonnici

Brian Bonnici born on 13 February, of 1975 attended the Savio College in Dingli and then came to the course of Industrial & Graphical Designer. Worked as a journalist and sub-editor with the Press Union. Connect one official to the media and the GWU activities which also was in charge of the Gallery management of Freedom Art called Liberta.

Present programs on RTK, SuperIne Radio, TV and Radio Maria and took part in a drama for TV and stage. Author of three books on Friday Main Malta and Sicily. He took part in several international seminarss and about the culture and floklor.

It promotes the Maltese traditions in European countries most in Italy. Stop the Carnival Participants Association of Malta and is a member of the Group Friday in Żebbuġ.

For stage wrote, always Biż-Żebbuġ dejjem Ħaddart. historical spectacle about Żebbuġ, Għanja ta’ Ġorġi l-Qormi and the musical Ir-Rebbiegħ. Write anthems and songs in Maltese. Brian is an active member of St. Philip Band Club. He is married to Sarah Romina and father. Activ of St. Philip Band Club.

He is married to Sarah Romina and father. In 2005 he was also elected Mayor of Żebbuġ