Teatru Unplugged

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Teatru Unplugged is an annual concert held at the Manoel Theatre since 1998.

Teatru Unplugged has become a fixture in the Maltese culture scene since it was first launched in 1998 by co-founders Jonathan Shaw and Nirvana Azzopardi. This 'concert with a difference' set out to provide a platform for up and coming local artists, and has been doing so annually since 1998. The combination of different acts from varying musical genres in one event proved to be not only a unique concept but also innovative in it's own way. The fact that each act is relatively short, approximately for 18 minutes, equivalent to 4 songs, creates a fast moving event. Teatru Unplugged is Malta's longest standing annual event to date.


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