Rekindle a movement of hope inspired by the year 1957 in Malaysia while doing a bit of charity by participating in Projek57 where their aim is to sell one million made-in-Malaysia T-shirts and forty per cent of the profits made will be channelled to help single mothers and underprivileged youths. Besides getting a tee for yourself, you can also catch Malaysian sports legends, the cast of Ola Bola and the Aseana percussion unit at the launch and there’ll be a marketplace for underprivileged teens who have undergone a 10-week entrepreneurship empowerment programme.
2. Silkscreen workshop at TH.inc Academy, Bangsar, 9am – 1pm, 21 May
You’ve seen how a silkscreen painting workshop is like in our Buro Tries and if you’ve been wanting to try your hand at it, this is your chance. TH.inc Academy’s silkscreen workshop is back and there, you’ll learn how to create your own patterns and translate them onto cloth and paper.
The workshop is priced at RM398 per person or RM320 for second timers or groups. For more information, check out the event page.
3. #LoveYourLocal by Lou Shang Bar x The Kitchen Table at Lou Shang Bar & Cafe, Damansara Utama, 8pm, 21 May
How does an Assam Laksa cocktail or an alcoholic version of Sirap Bandung sound? The lovely people at Lou Shang Bar and The Kitchen Table has collaborated to bring you a delicious trio of canapés to be paired with local-inspired cocktails for a unique taste of Malaysia. The idea was so popular that the 20 May session was sold out, leading to an additional date on 21 May but only walk-ins will be accepted.
4. My Colour Fest 2016 at Bukit Damansara Community Centre, 4pm, 21 May
It’s supposedly Malaysia’s first urban colour festival and promises a whole evening of colour and fun with a music festival featuring cool artists and DJs, an International Food Bazaar, a carnival with pop up stores and more. So paint your face bright and paint the place with all the colours (of the wind) (or whatever colours that are available).
5. Yianni in The Simpsons Taught Me Everything I Know at Crackhouse Comedy Club KL, TTDI, 9pm, 21 May
Perfect for The Simpsons fan, Yianni Agisilaou’s most recent festival show about the popular but dysfunctional yellow family will have you laughing out loud. He’s earned quite the reputation in the comedy festival scene and he left the whole Crackhouse cracking up the last time he was here so suffice to say that this is one show not to be missed.
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