Sunday, 5 November 2006
DOPPELGANGER OPEN MIC / OPEN STAGE
We're back, peeps! Where it all started! Thanks to the management at Liquid (right next to Central Market Annexe), we'll be kickstarting our very first open mic event right here.
Expect to see the usual suspects plus some newbies we picked up from the streets. Come join us for an 'open house' open mic. Jaz will attempt to make some cookies. Maybe 'makcik' will make her special rendang & lemang... burp. Just come lahr.
PS. Happy birthday Moonshine! They're celebrating their big day soon! If not for them and us, KL would be pretty boring yeah folks?! Hehe... thx for all ur support n we're glad to be back!
Time: 8pm - 12am (soundcheck from 7pm)
Date: Sunday, 5 November 2006 (First Sunday)
Venue: Liquid KL - Central Market Annexe
Keen to perform? Just rock up but email us first so we know you're coming: firstname.lastname@example.org
By the way, did you hear? There's an International Busker's meet right here in KL. What irony eh. It just reminds me of the time when a dear singer songwriter was remanded for busking. Hmmm.... so I guess it's ok now. Or is it purely for the sake of Visit Malaysia Year. Some smart alec goes..... I know! Let's bring buskers from around the world to Malaysia! So would they consider offering our very own buskers an open mic or stage to perform and then clap and glorify them? Yes, those guys who are regulars at CM or Alor. But dudes, promise us you won't be remanding them later once the visitors have gone home. ;) www.malaysiabuskers.com
Wednesday, 22 November 2006
WAYANG KATA II: AN EVENING OF SPOKEN WORD
Acclaimed UK poet Malika Booker will be taking the stage with a number of Malaysian writers and poets to offer you a night of sublime poetry in Wayang Kata II: An Evening of Spoken Word, presented by Troubaganger and the British Council. The performances will be followed by an open mic session for all aspiring poets to let their own voices be heard.
Malika Booker is a writer and performer whose work spans literature, education and cross-arts. She is best known in the UK for her writing and performances of intimate and engaging monologues and poetry. For more information on Malika and the Malaysian poets, visit-> www.britishcouncil.org.my
Date: Wednesday, 22 November 2006
Venue: No Black Tie, 17 Jalan Mesui off Jalan Nagasari, KL
Time: 9:00 pm
Admission: RM 5 at the door