The eighth edition of ŻiguŻajg, The National Arts Festival for Children and Adolescents, has been launched.
This year’s edition includes various productions by foreign and local performing arts companies while ŻiguŻajg is collaborating with no less than five public cultural organizations.
The festival opened yesterday at St James Cavalier with Barra bid-Daqq. The festival, which will take place between 16 – 25 November, is expected to attract around 20,000 children.
Rupert Cefai, the Chairman of the Creativity foundation said that year after year, ŻiguŻajg has continued to present quality performances.