MAHB: Agenda

Su­per Kam, Ku­mar and Ce­sar Mi­lan.

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Learn to bark right. our ca­nine bud­dies have been our loyal com­pan­ions when the world dis­ap­pointed us re­peat­edly. So it’s time to shower them with the at­ten­tion that they de­serve. You need a friendly nip if you think pats and bones will cut it. nope; bring your re­la­tion­ship to the next level on May 30 at Kl Con­ven­tion Cen­tre. Un­der­stand their psy­chol­ogy, be­havioural pat­terns, and even body lan­guage from the dog Whis­perer him­self, Ce­sar Mil­lan, at Love Your Dogs. Woofs will never sound the same again. For more info, visit prworld­wide­live.com

Fall off your seat. now we know what re­ally wiped out the di­nosaurs—the sight of Su­per Kam and her im­pact upon land­ing. Joanne Kam re­turns on May 27–31, seek­ing re­venge on men, and lead­ing a no­to­ri­ous trio con­sist­ing of Shamaine oth­man, Bibi K Poh and Sharul Channa. Be­fore they od you with laugh­ter and shat­ter your ego, sneak a visit to Jaya one, where her notso-faith­ful aide, Papi Zak, might tell you a way to es­cape. Mind you, he’s as crazy as The Joker. For more info, visit pjlivearts.my

Soothe your soul. You’ve prob­a­bly no­ticed our wide cov­er­age of fe­male vo­cal­ists and sur­mised that we’re smit­ten with ladies who can carry a fine tune. San­dra Man­nas Wolf is no ex­cep­tion. Head down to Theatre lounge Café from May 15–17 and en­joy the rivulets of her melo­di­ous voice. Your emo­tions will be taken on a the­atri­cal jour­ney, as other sets of the night in­clude loh Ui lin and In­town. For more info, visit the­atrelounge­cafe.com

Spend your strength. Phys­i­cally de­mand­ing and men­tally chal­leng­ing, emo­tional tur­bu­lence guar­an­teed. You’ll feel like a smart­phone ex­ceed­ing its monthly data quota—bad re­cep­tion in­cluded. Pass­ing the test to be a fu­ture Xter­rian war­rior isn’t a mere clash of the sneaker brands. Push on­wards as you sprint among trees, swim in mud and ride a bike on nar­row rocky trails as a time bomb ticks. From May 1–3, assem­ble in langkawi, which is tran­quil enough to mask the “no pain, no gain” ex­pe­ri­ence await­ing you. For more info, visit xter­ramy.com

Laugh to death. We couldn’t de­prive you of another chance to laugh non-stop. It’s a com­edy-packed month, and Laugh Die You/siu Sei Lei is too good not to share, though sur­vivors of Su­per Kam’s lat­est stunt (we bet your funny bones still need to re­cover) might want to steer clear of HGH Con­ven­tion Cen­tre on May 14 and 15. A joint force be­tween Malaysia and Sin­ga­pore, com­pris­ing dou­glas lim, Ku­mar, Gur­mit Singh and Rizal van Geyzel, will slay you with their jokes. For more info, visit vip.my

Play pre­tend. The por­tal to an al­ter­nate uni­verse is lo­cated within the labyrinths of Uni­ver­sity of Malaya. From May 8–10, nav­i­gate the maze and learn the se­crets of The Doll­maker’s Daugh­ter. You’ll be guided through Pad­dle Val­ley’s mys­te­ri­ous woods by “The Four”: Sally, Jee Yann, Alvin and Malik, so you needn’t fear the twist­ing vines of drama and ro­mance that lurk within. For more info, visit face­book.com/ stage 69 pro­duc­tions

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