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The Damansara Performing Arts Centre has been sildent since Covid-19 brought everything to a grinding halt, but it’s about to break that silence when it launches a new initiative dubbed DPAC Live. Like so many in the last few months, the arts hub is turning to the Internet to help…

Liver & Lung, a local theatre outfit with Malaysian and British underpinnings, has comfortably established itself as a provider of entertaining stage productions over the years.One of these works is the adaptation of the late Yasmin Ahmad’s influential movie, Sepet The Musical, which was well-received upon its debut. This August,…

REXKL is hosting a series of online shows dubbed REXKL Sessions over the next month as part of a fundraiser to bolster the arts. The shows will see some of Malaysia’s top performers live on-screen and free to watch – with donations heavily encouraged of course.Taking place every Thursday from…

The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre is going full digital soon as it presents its first show crafted from scratch for the virtual world. The KL institution is embracing the new norm with pizazz and delivering a hefty (and much needed!) dose of comedy with the highly anticipated debut of…

Staying safe from COVID-19 means we have to adapt to the 'new normal', which isn't so much a buzzword as it is a way of life for the time being. Social distancing should be practised for the sake of hopefully expediting the passing of the virus. With that in mind,…

As William Shakespeare transferred the plot of The Tempest from his mind to paper some 400 years ago, it’s safe to assume that he wouldn’t have imagined the play being staged in a manner like this. Those who have seen The HandleBards’ work however have little doubt that he would…

Culture vultures are in for a treat this month as the city takes a plunge into all things Gallic with the return of Le French Festival. The 19th edition of the event says bonjour from 19 March until 26 April this year, and is packed with another colourful programme of…

“No Gruffalo should ever step foot in the deep dark wood,” says the father Gruffalo to his child one windy night – a warning that goes unheeded as the mischievous little one decides to go on an eye-opening and somewhat scary adventure with plenty of surprises along the way.Brought to…

You could be forgiven for shying away from Shakespeare and wanting to stick to more easily digestible works played out on stage. Getting to grips with the Elizabethan English can be tough and his often intricate plots are enough to make your head spin. This is where the KL Shakespeare…

The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (klpac) has been dishing out performances that do its name justice for many years now, and it’s a similar story with the Damansara Performing Arts Centre (dpac). With their range of one-off specials to lingering shows, they are where to go for a nice…