ĠuPazzi presents “Il-Każ tal-Kejk Migdum,” a theme inspired by a renowned detective board game. Picture this: a puppet sneaks a quick bite of a tempting slice of cake when no one’s watching. A gripping investigation follows where some lucky audience members will join forces to identify the mischievous cake-eater. This unique experience promises both education and entertainment in equal measure.

Show Details

  • For Whom? We plan two separate shows: one for students in years 1-3 and another for students in years 4-6.
  • When and Where? Lock the dates: March 14th and 15th, 2024. Both shows are slated for the morning hours at the MSSP Auditorium, St Agata, Rabat.
  • Duration? One hour.

How Can You Support?

Our endeavour to continue touching young lives comes with its set of expenses. To help us manage these costs, we kindly request a small donation of Euro 3.00 for every student. Your contribution is pivotal in ensuring we can keep the magic alive in schools across Malta.

Want to Know More?

ĠuPazzi is a religious voluntary group committed to the spiritual enrichment and education of young children across Primary schools in Malta.

Our Vision

At ĠuPazzi, our core mission revolves around sharing Christian values with youngsters. But here’s the fun part – we do this through vibrant, engaging, and downright entertaining events. Schools that have been a part of our journey so far can’t stop raving about the infectious energy our animation team and their lively puppets bring to the stage.

For more details about ĠuPazzi and our upcoming events, check out the attached promotional poster. And hey, if your school wishes to join the fun or if there are any questions you’d like to throw our way, do get in touch. We’re just an email or phone call away!

Email: [email protected] Phone: +356 79883621

To wrap up, a big shout-out to all schools and educators for being integral to this journey. Your support and collaboration are the pillars ensuring the success of such endeavours.

Narcy & Shirley Abdilla Coordinators, ĠuPazzi