Parody of live art
If you happen to stroll into St James Cavalier, in Valletta in the coming days, do not bother reporting the art gallery's guards if they suddenly explode into a fit of ballroom dancing. Be warned. They could also decide to swap their clothing, or suddenly start performing soap operas. Welcome to...
Multiplied by two
A year ago, in a crowded village hall in Dorset, England, Jon Haynes and David Woods were performing their two-man version of Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest." A little boy's voice suddenly beat Haynes to the punch with the play's most popular line: "A handbag?"