30 April 2018


Drachma LGBTI will be bringing to Malta the drag-king performance of ‘JOAN’. A truly unique international show comes to Spazju Kreattiv this May.
Joan is an award-winning play that tells Joan of Arc's earthy story of courage, conviction and hope. Performed by British drag king champion Lucy Jane Parkinson, history’s greatest gender-warrior takes to the stage, dragging up as the men she defies in this smash-hit show. 

This project is supported by Arts Council Malta – Creative Communities.

Dates and Times: Friday 25 - Sunday 27 May 2018, 8:00PM
Venue: Theatre (St James Cavalier)
Price: €15/€12 (concessions and balcony) 

22 April 2018

LGBTIQ live-in

Mount Saint Joseph Retreat House, Mosta

Price: 60 € (full board)

Things needed: personal toiletries, towels, personal things

Friday, 27 April  

18.00 hrs          Registration and settling down in rooms

19.30 hrs           Dinner

20.45 hrs          Session 1: What do others say about Jesus?

22.00 hrs          Social time

Saturday, 28 April

07.45 hrs           Mass in Trinity Chapel (optional)

08.00 hrs         Breakfast

09.00 hrs          Session 2: Who is this Jesus?

10.30 hrs           Coffee break

11.00 hrs           Session 3: Film: Jesus (1999)

13.00 hrs           Lunch

15.00 hrs           Session 4: Film forum discussion

16.30 hrs           Coffee break

17.00 hrs           A walk in the countryside (with games)

19.30 hrs           Dinner

20.45 hrs          Social time at Golden Bay

Sunday, 29 April         

08.00 hrs         Breakfast

09.00 hrs          Session 5: Bible drama: Jesus in the Gospels

10.30 hrs           Coffee

11.00 hrs           Session 6: Reflection: Jesus and I

12.00 hrs           Mass

13.00 hrs           Lunch and end of Live-in

17 April 2018

LGBTI meeting - Friday 20 April 2018

This Friday 20 April, we will be organising our bi-monthly meeting at the Fortini Learning Centre at 7.30pm. During this meeting a group of BSc. Nursing students, who have attended a number of sessions of the LGBTI space, will be presenting their findings on Transgender health.

We will be discussing this issue in the wider context of the Trans Health policy that has been issued in the past week, as well as in the light of the proposed amendments to the Embryo Protection Act (IVF).

We look forward to a healthy conversation and dialogue!

18 February 2018

Drachma Seminar: The future of making babies

We would like to update you on an event that would probably interest you.  It's a conversation about: The Future of Making Babies. Perhaps you have already registered your attendance to the Drachma Conference on the Lovin Malta survey.  If not, please do so here: 

The aim of this event is to create a platform where a decent discussion on this delicate subject may take place.  We are not seeing enough debate happen and we consider this topic to be important. Your views, questions and experience may be important to contribute at this forum. If you are at a loss of what to make of all of this 'artificial reproductive stuff', then come to listen and learn - and hopefully leave the room with something more, to reflect about and to dwell upon.  Let this be an opportunity to stimulate thought and reflection on what's happening and where it's going.

Chris Peregin from Lovin Malta will be raising the questions while Dr Mark Sant (medical side) and Dr Nadia Delicata (ethical/moral) will help us explore this topic together.  Of course, you are most welcome to include your own voice and to contribute to making this conversation more holistic.

We welcome you to coffee and registration at 5p.m. The conference will begin right after and end by 7.45p.m.

Don't miss out.

Date: Friday 23rd February, 2018 
Place: Mount St Joseph Retreat House, Triq il-Missjunarji Maltin, Mosta
Time: 5p.m. until 7.45p.m.
Registration fee: €10 

Hope you can come, it's important!