Support

The La Stella Philharmonic Society has just launched its membership scheme for 2022. Becoming a member of the La Stella Philharmonic Society automatically enlists you as a friend of Teatru Astra, enabling you to form part of the glamour offered by the theatre while presenting several benefits.

As a member you will be entitled to the following privileges and discounts on presentation of your membership card.

  • 5% Discount on tickets for the forthcoming live-musical production of Sister Act (Date TBC)
  • 5% Discount on tickets for the forthcoming lyric opera production of Carmen (October 2022)
  • Have your name on the Guest List of the La Stella Philharmonic Society and Teatru Astra
  • Benefit from invitations for events organised by the La Stella Philharmonic Society such as the Annual Grand Concert, RockAstra, and other events
  • 10% Discount on the Festive and Funeral Band Marches CD Albums
  • 10% Discount on the Annual Souvenir Festa T-Shirt
  • Discounts on La Stella Philharmonic Society publications
  • Benefit from special discount schemes when you buy a Life & Motor Insurance policy from Citadel Insurance P.L.C.

The membership is subject to and need to be approved by the Committee of the La Stella Philharmonic Society to be legally valid.

If you feel that this membership doesn't fit your intended contribution, we accept any other forms of donations, whatever the size! Come in contact with us, and become a part in helping us to continue to finance and realize new projects.

A look back at 2021, our accomplishments and ambition

Another year dominated by the Covid-19 pandemic with wave after wave hitting our islands as new variations and mutations of the malady evolved. Another year with Teatru Astra bolted shut. The only form of theatrical activity on stage was limited to a trickle of recorded stage productions without audience participation or heavily restricted. On the other hand, manual labour was very evident at the complex throughout the year. All the projects enumerated in 2020 progressed sufficiently enough so that by year's end a very clear picture of the changes which materialised, was very evident.

The projects already finished and on steam include the installation of the photo-voltaic panels on the Theatre's roof, the theatre's brand new two-tiered dressing rooms, the music teaching studio and two lifts for the Theatre's patrons including the persons with special needs. The lower part of the imposing facade was also cleaned and returned to its former glory. The Joseph Vella rehearsal hall cum recording studio is all roofed up and is awaiting internal refurbishment. The largest upheaval concerns the theatre's foyer and entrance hall. These were stripped to bare stone, structural changes undertaken and presently undergoing the finishing touches. The end result should be a very modern eye-catching set-up inducing one to an evening of relaxation and well being in harmonious surroundings dominated by a well-balanced colour scheme. As things presently stand, with the malady controlled, management invites all theatre patrons to a winter and spring programme dominated by a four-night production of "Sister Act" and an autumn 2022 Mediterranea festival offering the elusive opera "Carmen".

Soċji 2021