Let Teatru Salesjan help you make your event a successful one.

The theatre can be used for seminars, workshops, private functions, private performances, ideal for corporate events, product launches, receptions, and conferences.

More than just a great venue!

Built in 1908 the Teatru Salesjan is strategically placed right at the heart of Malta’s commercial centre, Tas-Sliema, making it best suited to host you and your creative aspirations. The Teatru Salesjan or TS functions as a non-governmental, voluntary, and not profit organisation, forming part of the mission of the Salesians of Don Bosco in Malta, specifically as part of the Oratory complex in Tas-Sliema.

As a side activity, the complex is used to host a number of initiatives organised by local and international people. All income generated by venue hire goes directly towards supporting our work with young people. Run by generous volunteers, the theatre reaches out to the local community with the goal of making a difference. We want to help you make your special event a success!

For over 100 years, the theatre has been welcoming audiences from all over Malta and Europe. With more than 20 events happening per year, the theatre is the best place to turn your creative ideas into reality.

The Space

The space was originally designed as a proscenium arched theatre, however we see potential in using the space in unconventional ways to suite your creative needs. 

The complex comprises of a stage and auditorium (stalls and gallery), a foyer and bar area, a studio space, a terrace running alongside the side of the building, a kitchenette, restrooms, two backstage rooms and a wardrobe. We also have an accessibility ramp available.

Over the recent years, there have been performances taking place throughout the complex, rethinking the limitations a proscenium arrangement might constitute. From theatre performances to live music album launches. We also hosted a private book launch that spread out all across the space, immersing audiences in the imaginative world of the literature. Most recently, we converted the auditorium into a jazz bar, hosting more than 150 people seated at tables, listening to quality jazz players whilst indulging in some of the best local wines.

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