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RED Box col­lab­o­rates with and Al­ibi Mu­sic in or­gan­is­ing a karaoke con­test this Satur­day at Red Box AEON Te­brau City in Jo­hor Baru. The grand prize is RM1,000, a RM500 ham­per and a RM300 cash voucher.

Reg­is­tra­tion starts at 11am. To par­tic­i­pate, buy any al­bum re­leased by Al­ibi Mu­sic at RM15 per CD at the reg­is­tra­tion counter.

Pre­lim­i­nary round con­tes­tants are re­quired to sing one song from the se­lected list – In­dah (Atilia), Sayang (Dayang Nur­faizah and Mar­cell), AM PM (DynDa), Tanpa/Tak Bisa Memil­ihmu (6ixth Sense), Jika Engkau Pergi/Se­la­mat Ulang Tahun Sayang (Im­ran Aj­main), Aku Jatuh Cinta/Aku Tak Per­caya Cinta (Liyana Jas­may), Bawaku Ter­bang/Cinta Kos­mik (The Fab­u­lous Cats), Re­sah (Nitrus), Mus­nah/Sem­purna/ Main Hati (Andra & The Back­bone), Dewi/Laskar Cinta/ Sedang In­gin Bercinta (Dewa 19), Hanya In­gin Kau Tahu (Repvb­lik) and Benci Bi­lang Cinta/Ju­jur (Radja).

Fea­tur­ing per­for­mances by Sham­rin, Lah Ah­mad, Na­bil Za­man­huri and Sin­ga­porean bands Sleeq and DynDa.

For de­tails, call % 012–663 2953 or e-mail ra­ja­mar­l­iza@ red­ Al­ter­na­tively, browse or red­ n THE Pe­nang Play­ers Mu­sic and Drama’s on­go­ing Mime and Phys­i­cal The­atre Work­shop takes place at Al­liance Française, 46 Jalan Phuah Hin Leong, Pe­nang.

Dis­cover el­e­ments like mime, move­ment, con­tact im­pro­vi­sa­tion, space ex­per­i­men­ta­tion, props and dy­nam­ics ex­per­i­men- n THE Ja­pan Foun­da­tion Kuala Lumpur is screen­ing Ja­panese film Turn Over – An An­gel Is Com­ing On A Bi­cy­cle on Satur­day (3pm) at Pawagam Mini P. Ram­lee, Fi­nas (Na­tional Film Devel­op­ment Cor­po­ra­tion Malaysia), Jalan Hulu Ke­lang, Am­pang, Se­lan­gor. Free ad­mis­sion.

Di­rected by No­mura Kei­ichi, the 2004 movie is about el­derly ar­ti­san Kuroyoshi Gen (Kur­izuka Asahi) who hires a ma­gi­cian ap­pren­tice Shun­suke (Kashu Toshiki) to cheer his ail­ing wife Chie (Fu­jimura Shiho).

Shun­suke be­comes a reg­u­lar vis­i­tor un­til Chie col­lapses and is taken to the hos­pi­tal. Gen de­cides to shut down his busi­ness to nurse her. While clear­ing out his shop, Gen comes across the diary Chie kept when they first met and fell in love.

For de­tails, call % 03-2284 6228 or browse tation, var­i­ous lev­els of fo­cus­ing and more.

The work­shop, which ends to­mor­row, is fa­cil­i­tated by Vi­enna-based mime artist Ul­rich Got­tlieb.

Got­tlieb started out in street the­atre be­fore train­ing in mime and phys­i­cal the­atre from Werner Mueller and Hiro Uchiyama in Ger­many. His per­for­mance ex­pe­ri­ences in­clude the Bavar­ian State The­atre (Mu­nich), In­ter­na­tional Street Art The­atre (Aus­tria) and World Buskers’ Fes­ti­val (New Zealand).

His phys­i­cal the­atre work is char­ac­terised as a fu­sion of mime, dance, im­pro­vi­sa­tion, pub­lic par­tic­i­pa­tion and multimedia.

The work­shop is from 7pm till 9pm. Par­tic­i­pat­ing fees are RM60 and RM50 (Pe­nang Play­ers mem­bers and stu­dents).

For de­tails, call Joelle (% 0125512 616) or Eric (% 012-4653 893) or e-mail penang­play­ers@ ya­ Al­ter­na­tively, browse penang­play­ n JAZZ vo­cal­ist Jamie Davis per­forms at PJ Live Arts The­atre, PJ, Se­lan­gor, tonight (8.30pm) to help raise funds for the Dalat In­ter­na­tional School in Kuala Lumpur.

Davis holds a po­si­tion among the pan­theon of great male vo­cal­ists with a com­pelling, full and deep bari­tone, and a pas­sion for his craft that leaves his au­di­ences up­lifted and “feelin’ good ... re­ally good”.

En­try is by do­na­tion. For more in­for­ma­tion, call Karen (% 016972 8401) or e-mail kjohn­son@

Com­pelling: Jazz vo­cal­ist Jamie Davis is per­form­ing at PJ Live Arts The­atre tonight.

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