The Shipwreck docudrama portrays the story of Saint Paul’s arrival and his 3-month stay on the Maltese Islands in around 60AD, with flash-forwards/backwards of the actual historical still standing remains commemorating this event.
Our docudrama is projected using a new technology of multiple projectors on a 13m wide screen (120° viewing), with amazing surround sound systems and visual effects. This 35-minute journey invites you to live Saint Paul’s journey to Rome before appearing in front of Caesar.
The narration is in 6 different languages: Maltese, English, French, Italian, German and Spanish with headsets for an international audience. Our theatre is fully air-conditioned, fully carpeted, and is accessible to people with special needs.
Bus Numbers: 41,43,45,46,48,49,50,54,56 leaving from Valletta, stop at Paris bus stop and then follow road signs (5-minute walk). Signage is installed on Mannarinu road (on the crossroads towards St Francis/ Sant’Antnin Church). We are situated behind this church.
The Shipwreck is produced by ĊAK, directed by Massimo My and co-funded by the EU Funds for Sustainable Tourism.
We welcome you on board Saint Paul’s voyage from Jerusalem to Rome, passing through our shores for an unforgettable experience.