Photo by Elisa Von Brockdorff

In June and July, Malcolm will be starring in the Adult Panto Snow White at Spazzju Kreattiv. Written and directed by comedian Steve Hili, the show is produced by Ants in Pants and also stars Audrey Scerri, James Ryder, Joe Depasquale, Naomi Said and Rambert Attard.


This deliciously dirty production showcases the dark side of Maltese theatre and has become a summer staple. This will be Malcolm's fourth foray playing dame. More information about the Adult Panto can be found here.


Fri, 17th Jun  (8pm)

Sat, 18th Jun (8pm)

Sun, 19th Jun  (7pm)

Fri, 24th Jun  (8pm)

Sat, 25th Jun  (8pm

Sun, 26th Jun (7pm)

Fri, 1st Jul  (8pm)

Sat, 2nd Jul  (8pm

Sun, 3rd Jul (7pm)

Malcolm's hit musical Il-Kbir Għadu Ġej is making a comeback to the Mediterranean Conference Centre in July and August as it's staged once again by Balzunetta Productions. Featuring music from Maltese rock legend Freddie Portelli, the show is directed by Sean Buhagiar with musical direction by Dominic Galea.

Il-Kbir Għadu Ġej was an instant sell-out hit when it was first staged in 2019. This revival will give people who missed it an opportunity to see the show - while giving all those who loved it a chance to catch it again.


Sat, 30th Jul  (8:30pm)

Sun, 31st Jul (8:30pm)

Fri, 5th Aug  (8:30pm)

Sat, 6th Aug  (9pm)

Sun, 7th Aug  (8:30pm)

Wed, 10th Aug (8:30pm)

Fri, 12th Aug  (8:30pm)

Sat, 13th Aug (8:30pm)

Sun, 14th Aug (8:30pm)

Mon, 15th Aug (8:30pm)

In September Malcolm will be directing Caravaggio the Musical at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta. The show is composed by Paul Abela with Book and Lyrics by Joe Julian Farrugia.

Caravaggio the Musical tells the tempestuous story of the Renaissance artist Michelangelo Merisi aka Caravaggio who achieved fame and notoriety for his chiaroscuro masterpieces and volatile personality. The show is produced by the Mediterranean Conference Centre.


Tue, 20th Sep  (6pm)

Wed, 21st Sep  (7pm)

Fri, 23rd Sep  (7pm)

Sat, 24th Sep  (7pm)

Sun, 25th Sep  (7pm)

Malcolm's solo show 0.0031% (Plastic & Chicken Bones) won the Voice Mag Best Newcomer Award at the latest edition of the Brighton Fringe Festival. Reviews from the Brighton run can be read below.


Watch this space for future international runs of the show.

The Reviews Hub
0.0031% - Brighton Fringe

Voice Magazine
0.0031% - Brighton Fringe

Read Malcolm's interview with Laura Calleja from Malta Today in May 2022. Photo by James Bianchi.

Times of Malta

Malcolm Galea is a playwright and theatre professional based in Malta. Apart from writing works for theatre, he also directs, produces and performs in a number of productions. He directs More or Less Theatre, a theatre company that specialises in educational family theatre and is frequently commissioned to work on a variety of projects - some of which have left their mark on the Maltese theatre landscape.


Malcolm is also sought after in other mediums such as film, improv and stand-up comedy, and is highly interested in novel ways to tell stories. His awards include the Brighton Fringe Award for Best Newcomer, the Off-West End Theatre Award for Best New Musical and the Francis Ebejer Award for Best Children's Play. Should you be interested in collaborating, feel free to send an email.





Establishing a solid reputation as one of Malta's foremost playwrights, the theatre scripts written by Malcolm range from family-friendly educational shows and Christmas pantomimes, to outrageously funny adult comedies.

His musicals include the raucous Porn - The Musical which won the Off-West End Award for Best New Musical following its 2010 London run.


Malta Today
Il-Kbir Għadu Gej




Malcolm has been acting for over 20 years and has developed a wide emotional and comedic range. He has worked in almost every major theatre in Malta as well as spaces in Edinburgh, London and Washington DC.

His most memorable roles include Father Flynn in Doubt, Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing, Oscar in The Odd Couple, and Philip in The Pride.


Reviews Hub
0.0031% (Plastic & Chicken Bones)



Directing many of his own plays and pantomimes, Malcolm is also frequently commissioned to direct productions by other writers.

His most recent projects include Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest, Yasmina Reza's Art, and Angele Galea's 

Waħda Minna.


Times of Malta
The Importance of Being Earnest



Malcolm's skill in improv has seen him headline all three editions of the hit improvised Christmas show Dingle Bells, Malcolm Smells along with longtime collaborator Christopher Dingli.

In 2018 he also represented Malta in the Our Lives project at the Impro Festival Berlin which featured a performer from every EU country.


Times of Malta
Dingle Bells, Malcolm Smells



Malcolm is frequently called upon to work on projects that require a spark of innovation, a captivating narrative, or a touch of his trademark humour.

Would you like to collaborate on a fun project? Send an email


Workshops & Script Doctor

Malcolm's experience and sheer enthusiasm makes him a popular choice when it comes to workshops on:

  • Scriptwriting

  • Acting

  • Improvisation

When writing your script for theatre or film, ​Malcolm can also provide you with developmental assistance and notes from treatment stage up until production draft.


Compere & Stand-Up

With 14 years of experience as a radio presenter, Malcolm is a popular choice as a host for events.


Malcolm has also been active on the stand-up comedy circuit since 2013 and has performed sets in Malta, London, Edinburgh, Washington DC and Tallinn.


Voice Over & Commercials

An experienced voice-over artist whose voice is frequently heard on radio adverts, documentaries and audio books, Malcolm is fluent in English and Maltese.

Additionally Malcolm has lent his image to numerous advertising campaigns such as Atlas Healthcare, APS Bank, Time To Eat and many others.


Photo by Jacob Sammut