26.12.2019 - 12.01.2020

Comedy Knights 007: Licence To Laugh

Extra show by popular Demand - 11th Jan at 3pm

The Comedy Knight's Annual SELLOUT Christmas Comedy Show Is Back for the 7th Year Running

26.12.2019 - 12.01.2020

Comedy Knights 007: Licence To Laugh

Extra show by popular Demand - 11th Jan at 3pm

The Comedy Knight's Annual SELLOUT Christmas Comedy Show Is Back for the 7th Year Running

Christmas is coming and that can only mean one thing! The Comedy Knights are back with a brand new show, Comedy Knights 007: Licence to Laugh.

Malta’s very own Lords and Ladies of comedy are busy once again preparing a show that will leave you laughing for the rest of the year!

All of your favourite cast members are returning to Teatru Salesjan for more sketches, songs and local, original satire. Biting wit and tongue-in-cheek comedy are the signature styles of the Comedy Knights!


Join Chris Dingli, Steve Hili, Jo Caruana, Pia Zammit, Colin Fitz, Thomas Camilleri, Marc Cabourdin, and Chantelle Micallef Grimaud, as they bring to life recognisable, hilarious characters, old and new.


Watch out for audience favourites such as the Bormla Babes, The First Lady and the Sliema Girls, and get to know new characters that could become this year’s hit.

“We’re extremely excited about this year’s show,” says director Wesley Ellul. “Every year we try and outdo our previous year’s show and I think this year our writers, Chris Dingli and Steve Hili have come up with some truly incredible material. Audiences are in for a treat. It’s satire, it’s silly and it’s very, very funny.”


“Tickets sell out very quickly,” explains Wesley. “It sounds like an exaggeration, but it’s the truth. We usually sell most of the shows in the first 48 hours of tickets going on sale.”


In fact, such is the demand for tickets, that all tickets for the ENTIRE RUN of shows will be put on sale immediately. This gives more people the chance to find good seats, if they don’t wait too long! No extra shows are planned.

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4th January at 20:00

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  • Sir Marc Cabourdin

    Sir Marc Cabourdin

    Sir Cabourdin always wants to fight the good fight... he battles on the side of artistic integrity, and celebrates his victories with nights of debauchery, well at least he did many moons ago! He disappeared to Provincia Britannia for a few years, where he honned his skills, under the psudonym Kun T. Rash, and today has returned to prepare our land for the great battle which lies ahead in the glorious year of our lord two thousand and eighteen.

  • Sir Chris Dingli

    Sir Chris Dingli

    Sir Chris of the Dingli has travelled far and wide slaying audiences with his wit and jesting abilities. His recent endeavours have seen him hailed as a Bad Dad and as a jester on the stand-up comedy circuit. He has also pleased the general public in shows such as Rock of Ages and The Odd Couple. He is in high demand at various courts for his abilities as a comedic wordsmith for both stage and screen. 2017 is set to be a busy year for Sir Chris as he unleashes brand new shows upon the domain! Those who would follow him had better nd him on Facebook (Chris Dingli) or on Twitter (@DingliTweets) or at his fortress on the web: www.christopherdingli.com

  • Lady Jo Caruana

    Lady Jo Caruana

    Lady Jo loves a good laugh, and is especially fond of sparring with the knights to prove she’s no helpless damsel. Best known for gu aw-inducing roles as Brooke in Noises O and Emma in All New People (both Masquerade), Elle in Legally Blonde and Stephanie in You’ve Got Hate Mail (both for Mellow Drama) and Mimi in Allo Allo (FM Theatre), she has also tread the boards in numerous pantomimes and dramatic shows to boot. When she’s not prancing about on stage, Jo runs the very serious (ish) copywriting, PR and content creation company Writemeanything.com, and the corporate training company Finesse Consulta.

  • Lady Pia Zammit

    Lady Pia Zammit

    It is not the rst time Lady Pia has done comic battle on the stage, for she has won the hearts of many in comedies such as ‘Allo ‘Allo, You’ve Got Hate Mail and Fatboy! The major mystery that shrouds Lady Pia is that what goes into her cleavage is never seen again! Join her this year on stage as she brings more surprises and causes more mayhem! By day, Lady Pia battles onwards and upwards on her quest to hone the nation’s Public Speaking skills.

  • Sir Thomas Camilleri

    Sir Thomas Camilleri

    Sir Thomas, Keeper of the Hairy Camels and Steward of the Holy Rolling Pin, is enjoying life in Malta. When not letting his creative juices ow at Switch or onstage, he enjoys several pastimes which Malta has to o er, including kayaking on the Coast Road, campaigning for antidisestablishmentarianism and creating epic Best Man videos. Once again, Sir Thomas wishes to thank all local politicians and celebrities for providing the Comedy Knights with so much material.

  • Sir Steve Hili

    Sir Steve Hili

    Lord Steve is actually a real lord. That is true. He found out that you can actually buy a lordship title for like £10. So he did. He thought it would open up a world of opportunities and his life would become one big party with him hanging out in the upper echelons of society and wielding loads of in uence. Bargain for a tenner, right? Apart from being taken in by scams, Steve does lots of comedy stu too, like dong stand up all over Europe, and writing and directing the annual adult panto in summer. Oh and he has just released a book called ‘State of the Nation’ all about what being Maltese is like. Buy it. Go on. Go on.. Go ON!

  • Sir Colin Fitz

    Sir Colin Fitz

    Lord Colin of the Fitz has jestered and minstrelled in the musicals Rock of Ages (2016), The Rocky Horror Show, Kiss Me Kate, South Paci c and Cabaret. He has also caroused in the pantomimes Robin Hood meets the Babes in the Wood, Cinderella and The Curse of Snow White and comedies Bla Kommixin 3, My First Time, ’Allo ’Allo, Are You Being Served, All the Great Books, The Odd Couple, Yes, Prime Minister and Arsenic and Old Lace. He once used sorcery and witchcraft to ensure he was awarded the MADC Most Promising Actor Award. He is fond of banqueting, wenches, broadcasting, cats and jousting and is a fully paid-up member of the Flat Earth Society.

  • Lady Chantelle Micallef Grimaud

    Lady Chantelle Micallef Grimaud

    Lady Chantelle has graciously taken a leave of absence from her ventures in Brittania to aid the Knights on their quest to achieve comedy brilliance. Speaking of brilliance, Chantelle studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland following an MA in Musical Theatre Performance after having read for a Masters in Creativity & Innovation and graduated from a BA in English & Theatre Studies at the University of Malta. Music and comedy has seen her take to the boards most recently in Love Me Tinder Cabaret at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and in Sir Steve’s Adult Panto last summer. Other roles include Etelvina in Angeleta and Etelvina as part of the Firsts Festival at the Little Angel Theatre London, Captain Nel and Lurch in The Girl Who and The Addams Family respectively, as well as Darling Ghost, all performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Olga in Chekhov’s Three Sisters, the Wife in Federico Garcia Lorca’s Blood Wedding, and Glinda in The Wizard of Oz Pantomime. She served as creative director to #IamHazZabbar as part of the community outreach program Pjazza f’Pjazza and has most recently co-produced and directed Project Cabaret.

  • Sir Wesley Ellul

    Sir Wesley Ellul

    Sir Wesley of the House of Ellul, has been treading the boards, and falling o of them, for over 18 years, having played any role that came his way, from actor to director, and stage hand to Artistic Director of MADC. Along the way he’s had the good fortune of being at the helm of some of Malta’s most memorable shows from Rock of Ages to Spring Awakening and My First Time, not to mention creating eight original shows including R&J Forever a ‘mashup musical’ and the infamous Dingle Bells Malcolm Smells. Since then, Wesley has married the most patient, kind and caring woman in the world, and with her embarked on the wild journey known as parenthood, raising their own little Princess Georgia! What adventures lay in store for this knight in 2017 still remain to be seen, but knowing him, they will be something spectacular!