Our Theatre receives a special visit…

Jun 10, 2021




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We have recently received a special visit from Eng. Condorelli and his wife, Ms Giuliana Fiori. They had expressed a special wish to visit our College’s Theatre, given that Eng. Condorelli’s father, architect Costantino Condorelli, was the man behind the Theatre’s plan. Back in 1926, he was responsible for managing the erection of the whole Aula, floor, walls and ceiling in concrete; a process of construction which had not yet come to Malta, and of which local craftsmen had no experience. This building was to be the first of its kind, making our theatre a unique and magnificent building to date.
Eng. Condorelli and Ms Fiori were taken on a tour of the theatre, which was followed by an interesting discussion of the theatre’s many unique artistic and historic features, to their utmost delight and appreciation.
Grazie di cuore per la vostra visita!

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