Pack your bags, put your war paint on and warm up your vocal chords – we’re headed into battle. In celebration of the centenary of the Sette Guigno riots, The New Victorians have collaborated with Teatru Malta on a brand new piece of original theatre, VII (Sette).
In celebration of their new performance, they’ve just released a new track, Still Got Fight
The song, written by the songwriting sisters Philippa and Bettina themselves, is quite the anthem. Including their signature electronic style and mesmerising harmonies, Still Got Fight will make you feel like you can do literally anything you want to.
Finish your assignment, burn down a city, run a marathon… you name it.
The song will feature in VII, along some other original music performed live by the New Victorians and the rest of the cast. The cast is made up of over 15 actors and dancers, including some dancers from national dance company ?finMalta.
VII was devised by The New Vickies themselves, and they’re directing it alongside Erin Carter as writer, Simon Bartolo as translator, Luke Azzopardi as costume designer, with the support and artistic contribution of camilleriparismode Aldo Moretti as set designer.
VII will be performed over two weekends between the 7th and 16th June at Fort St. Elmo
Starring Jacob Piccinino, Leo Graham, Lee-N Abela, Christian Scicluna, Andrew Sowrey, Matthew Hunt, Jeremy Grech, Nicola Azzopardi, Sandie Von Brockdorff, Rebecca Camilleri, Zoe Camilleri, Julienne Restall, Bettina Cassar and Philippa Cassar.
Tickets can be purchased here.
If you’re feeling generous, the sisters raising money to take their other original performance MARA to the Edinburgh Fringe this summer. Y