Palazzo Carafa (sometimes Palazzo Caraffa) is a Grade 1 Valletta palazzo built by the former Grandmaster whose name it bears.
It served as a main site for the Gioventù Cattolica from the 1930s until it was leased out by the Archdiocese of Malta in 2020.
It's modern cultural history is most significant as among the first venues for outside broadcasts in Malta in the 1940s and 1950s and the main church-run theatre in Malta before the Catholic Institute was inaugurated in 1960.
- Removal of ‘historic Valletta stage’ prompts call for probe - Times of Malta, 28 September 2020
- The theatre that is no more, Vicki Ann Cremona, Times of Malta, 15 October 2020
- Part 1 of 2 of APS History at Palazzo Carafa - Joe F. Grima, Times of Malta, 28 November 2020
- Part 2 of 2 of APS History at Palazzo Carafa - Joe F. Grima, Times of Malta, 5 December 2020