To be honest, I never thought that I would find another author who would be able to satisfy the literary cravings of my soul like Paulo Coelho. He is and will always be one of my favourite authors. Yet, with humble apologies to you PC, you no longer hold the prime position of favourite author … Continue reading Obsession: Elif Shafak
Times are changing for Hannan Azlan, after the young comedian brought the house and the comedy crown back to Malaysia - which she won at the Hong Kong International Comedy Festival last year. Since then she has been “living in fear of it all slowly going downhill”, but there’s no sign of that happening yet! … Continue reading Into The Spotlight: Hannan Azlan Opens For Super Kam Ultra
Depression shines in theatrethreesixty’s Every Brilliant Thing – and it’s not all doom and gloom. In fact, the one man show has many humourous moments, largely due to the talented actor Qahar Aqilah. The star of the show plays multiple roles in the production that employs unconventional theatrical devices-and does it credibly. Written by British … Continue reading Every Brilliant Thing: Cloudy With A Ray of Light
I missed this the last time around, but will definitely catch it this time around. Experimental theatre company theatrethreesixty opens its 2017 season this February with a restaging of last year’s critically-acclaimed, sell-out production Every Brilliant Thing at Tommy Le Baker, Viva Residency, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah from February 2 to 12. The one-man show … Continue reading Every Brilliant Thing On Stage Again!
Enfiniti Academy's Aladdin Reloaded brought life and laughs with touches its own brand of Malaysian humour, slapstick comedy and popular songs. Following the staging of Aladdin – A Musical Comedy in 2015, this year’s new content, jokes and choreography brought laughter on many levels for the entire family. In Aladdin Reloaded, the wicked wizard Abanaza … Continue reading Aladdin Flies High At PJ Live Arts
A hybrid of complex yet simple, hilarious yet touching, educational and entertaining, The Language Archive delivers and delivers spectacularly. Written by playwright Julia Cho, the award-winning play has all the elements of a good time out at the theatre - an engaging story, lovable and deeply flawed characters and a few lessons. Presented by PH7 Production, the play … Continue reading A Tale of Love and Language
While learning ballet may be best starting off as a child, there’s no substitute for passion and the desire to learn. At the Royal Durian Ballet Academy, 18 adult students are all set to show off their skips and pirouettes in the Ballet Concert, in line with the academy’s first anniversary. Led by actor, choreographer, … Continue reading Grown Ups On Pointe