Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Kaki Blue

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Rainforest World Music Festival 09

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Wednesday, June 17, 2009

DJ Craze & DJ Klever

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Art by Ngo Van Sac

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Test Your Talent

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Frigglive recommends

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Free Rock Festival At Capsquare

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Victory Party At Sepang

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Club 9 & The Six Lounge

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Cave & Celar Warehouse Sale

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

HANDS Drumming Festival 2009

Jom Jam Drums!

This year HANDS adds a little more scope to their annual student concert series, ‘Drum Slices’. Kaleidoscope is intended as a learning festival for drummers, percussionists or for any music enthusiast for that matter. It opens with a drumming competition for primary school kids and a series of workshops by HANDS, Hands Gamelan Group, Wadaiko Syo, Mokaba Art Group and Dhol Federation.

Have You Seen My Cup?

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Rosencrants & Guilderstein

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Cuckoo Birds

Cuckoo Birds is a kaleidoscopic collision of personal and collective stories, connected and disconnected characters, real and imagined events all played out within a plastic container, sealed for protection. Boldly encountering things violent, random and absurd, Cuckoo Birds becomes a wild contemporary epic in search of serenity in our often mad and brutal modern world.

This bold new work marks an exciting collaboration with leading Malaysian arts collective Five Arts Centre and Singapore’s Cake Theatrical Productions. Fusing the artistic vocabularies and philosophies of both companies, Cuckoo Birds is a celebration of artistic energies that defies borders.

Directed by Natalie Hennedige.

Devised with and performed by Anne James, Elaine Pedley, Jo Kukathas & Mohd Fared Jainal.

Venue: The Annexe Gallery, Central Market, Kuala Lumpur.

Dates & Times: 5 shows

8.30pm, June 18 (Thu) to June 20 (Sat) 2009.

3.00pm, June 20 (Sat) to June 21 (Sun) 2009.

Entry by donation: RM20 (Adults)

RM10 (Students / Senior Citizens)

As Five Arts Centre turns 25 years old, the collective is celebrating by inviting others to create projects based on our principles of practice. Cuckoo Birds is 1 out of 4 exciting projects that Five Arts Centre has lined-up with external practitioners.

For more information, check out www.fiveartscentre.org, call/fax Five Arts Centre at 03-7725 4858, or email fivearts@tm.net.my

Groove Junction Anniversary Celebrations

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Friday, June 05, 2009

Frigglive recommends - Honour Thy Father At Nikko Hotel

Father's Day is a day honoring fathers, celebrated on various days in many places around the world. At Benkay Japanese Restaurant, the celebration falls on 20th and 21st June and Japanese Head Chef Kawamura has prepared the ‘All You Can Eat Shabu-Shabu or Sukiyaki’ for this occasion.

A wholesome and satisfying meal that begins with five types of assorted appetizer –follow by the main course of Mixed Chirashi Sushi, Shabu-Shabu or Sukiyaki – served with Beef and mixed vegetables and round off with Ice-Cream and Coffee.

Price: RM150.00 ++ per person. Available for lunch and dinner.

Thursday, June 04, 2009

Short+Sweet Singapore 2009

Bite-sized Theatre with Attitude!

From wedding disasters to botched burglaries and whodunnits, Short+Sweet Singapore promises to stage some of the most exciting and unexpected plays you’ve ever seen… and all in just ten minutes!

This year we’re staging 40 ten-minute plays in English and Mandarin that will showcase some of the best playwrights, directors and actors in town.

Season Details

Please note Short+Sweet is rated R-18

English Top 30

8pm, 24 June - 12 July 2009

Flexible Performance Space, LASALLE College of the Arts

Mandarin Top 10

8pm, 1 July - 5 July

Play Den, The Arts House

Gala Finals

8pm, 16 - 18 July

Studio Theatre, Esplanade Theatres on the Bay

Tickets are now on sale! Click here to book tickets.

Need further information? Please surf to http://www.shortandsweet.org/shortsweet/singapore

Lindy Hop Swing Dancing Classes

This series is 4 weekly classes. Lionel and Ming will be following the syllabus from international Swing legend Sing Lim of Jitterbugs Swingapore, and will be covering the 8-count and 6-count variations.
Join in if you're an absolute beginner, or have come to a class before but your steps are now a hazy shade of summer, or you think you're awesome but would like to work on your basics. Cost: Pre-registered RM100 (door price RM120) Drop-in: RM30 (for repeating students) Payment can be made in cash at the first class. Time: 1pm - 2pm, Absolute beginner classes (Lindy 1 Part 1) 2pm - 3pm, Beginner classes (Lindy 1 Part 2) From: Sat Jun 6, 2009 To: Sun Jun 28, 2009 Time: 1pm - 3pm; June 6, 13, 21 & 28 Shall We Dance Studio, 12A-2 Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur http://klswing.com/ Do take note, only dance shoes or sneakers are allowed at the studio. Ladies-no high heels or strappy sandals.