(we)Dance4You - Session 4

ŻfinMalta Dance Ensemble is pleased to invite you for our 4th sessions of (we)Dance4You- a project that offers monthly onsite encounters where company dancers will perform for small groups of audiences within the intimate setting of ŻfinMalta dance studios.

The performances give an insight to the works of the company. The audiences then have the opportunity to informally chat with the artists of the company.

The next session will be held on the Wednesday 7th December at 6.30pm.

Limited spaces available for each event. Invitations for each sharing will be sent out by ŻfinMalta and respective hosts. However, should you wish to attend, kindly send an email on educ.outreach@zfinmalta.org to reserve your spot. Places are on a first come first served basis.

The fourth session will be hosted by Denise Mulholland


Born Scotland, Denise trained at Glasgow University, graduating with an MA in Drama and English literature. After a career change she won a scholarship to the Royal College of Music in London to train as a singer, graduating with the highest award, The President's Gold Medal.

The following 10 years saw Denise work for all the major opera companies in the UK and for several in Germany and Austria. She was company principal for Glyndebourne Festival and Touring Opera (and was also the recipient of the prestigious Glyndebourne/Esso award for most outstanding newcomer); for Covent Garden , Opera North, English National, Welsh National and Scottish National Opera companies.

11 years ago she moved to Malta and has been working here as a freelance director, writer and educator. She currently heads the Teatru Manoel Youth Theatre (past productions include Peculiar Children, CLUB, The Three Sunsets & Rubbish) and is head of drama at School of Performing Arts. Other directing credits include: Pagliacci, Elisir d'amore & Orphee for Teatru Manoel; Company & Wizard of Oz for MADC; Hairspray, Oliver, Sparkleshark, The Stones & Oliver for FM Productions; 100 for Theatre Anon and The Sex Comedies for Unifaun.

She has worked as dramaturg with ŻfinMalta on their productions of Home and Bahr.