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Let’s rock and roll!

- Compiled by SANDRA LOW

MUSIC THAT’S ENTERTAINM­ENT! A NIGHT OF RADIO HITS! Pentas 2, Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPAC) Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, Sentul Kuala Lumpur Tel: (03) 4047 9000 Facebook: Pan Production­s

TODAY UNTIL SATURDAY: Be dazzled by an array of chart-topping music from the rock and roll heyday of the 1950’s all the way to the present day. Featuring a stellar cast of some of the best singers in the musical theatre industry, this will be an exciting event for audiences young and old. This performanc­e stars Ashley Chan, Alizakri Alias, Dina Nadzir, Kai Chalmers, Izen Kong, John Wee, Lynn Tan, Mae Elliessa, Mia Sara Shauki, Nikki Palikat and Zamil Idris. It is directed and choreograp­hed by Nell Ng while music direction is by Dennis Law. Tickets: RM158 and RM178. Time: 3pm (Saturday) and 8.30pm (today, tomorrow and Saturday).

CHARITY The Olive Project – Orphanage Education Aid 10-2, Jalan USJ 10/1 Taipan Business Centre Subang Jaya, Selangor Tel: 014-963 8897 (Roshan) / 012212 7743 (Advycca)

TOMORROW AND SATURDAY: A social initiative by The Lodestone Solutions, The Olive Project intends to assist children in education through the Grassroots Education Cause. Their goal is to lend a hand to children who do not have the necessary financial means to increase their academic proficienc­y. This project is now open for CSR funding, and they are also looking for volunteers.

THEATRE PULSE presented by DPAC and Manifesto Poetico Damansara Performing Arts Centre H-01, DPAC, Empire Damansara Jalan PJU 8/8, Damansara Perdana Petaling Jaya, Selangor Tel: (03) 4065 0001 / 4065 0002

TODAY UNTIL SUNDAY: Manifesto Poetico showcases a 20-year internatio­nal research and production conducted by its artistic leader and founder, Carlos García Estevez. He hosted and taught at L’École Jacques Lecoq in the Laboratory for the Study of Movement (L.E.M.) where he was an associate artist and co-contributo­r to the unique research undertaken in Paris. Also, he performed and directed in more than 20 different countries. Garcia keeps the spirit of popular theatre in order to create new contempora­ry theatrical languages that speak to audiences today.

The main goal of Pulse is to provide viewers with different ways to experience the dramatic space, music, and storytelli­ng. Performers include Jo Kukathas, Ling Tang, Kathyn Tan, Ng Siu Yee, Leong Kah Miu, Yeo Lyle, Lim Pei Ern, Alfred Loh and Mat Din. Tickets: RM68 (normal), RM60 (Dcard holder). Time: 8pm (today, tomorrow and Saturday) and 3pm (Saturday and Sunday).

TALKS TEA PHILO TALK: HOW TO CREATE MUSEUM EXPERIENCE­S FOR YOURSELF National Arts Gallery Auditorium 2, Jalan Temerloh Off Jalan Tun Razak Kuala Lumpur Tel: 016-673 5938 (hotline) Reservatio­ns: (WhatsApp) 016-673 5938

SATURDAY: Organised by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Malaysia and produced by INXO Arts & Culture (L) Foundation, this series aims to build cultural and social capital. The latest instalment involves Chang Yui-Tan, a leading figure in the field of museum studies in Taiwan, also the former director of the Taiwan National Museum of History. He will explore with the Malaysian audience the importance of museum or art museum education for general public. He will also offer practical suggestion­s for activating museums and public participat­ion. Admission is free, registrati­on is required (WhatsApp the number, stating <TP15 – your name – your IC number – contact number>). Time: 3pm-5pm.

SLEEP APNOEA – THE EFFECT ON JOB PERFORMANC­E Thomson Hospital Kota Damansara (Formerly known as Tropicana Medical Centre) Board Room, Level 5 11, Jalan Teknologi, PJU 5 Kota Damansara, Selangor Tel: 018-2111259 (Meena) E-mail: meenathari­

SATURDAY: Sleep apnoea is potentiall­y a serious sleep disorder that occurs when a person’s breathing is interrupte­d during sleep. This will cause you to feel tired at work even after a full night’s sleep. You may have sleep apnoea if you occasional­ly wake up choking and gasping or you snore loudly. Find out more in this focus group discussion – moderated by consultant ENT, Head & Neck Surgeon, Dr Balachandr­an Appoo – on how you can manage this condition through treatment and management strategies. Admission is free, RSVP required. Time: 2pm-4pm.



KIDS WITH LANCY BY BENGKEL Bengkel Kami (end-lot link house) 14, Jalan Pekaka 8/1B Petaling Jaya E-mail: bengkelkam­ (Ms Nik)

SATURDAY: Parents with children aged six to 12 can join this fun workshop that is specially organised for kids. The kids will love “playing” with food to create a healthy meal! Imagine your kids excitedly preparing their own meals daily and actually eating them. All materials, tools and ingredient­s will be provided. Children will be able to learn how to make onigiri (rice balls) with special designs and decorate the bento box with carrot, broccoli, cherry tomatoes, seaweed, cheese and turkey slices. Fee: RM120. Time: 10am-12.30pm.

FENG SHUI SECRETS FOR YOUR HOME Joey Yap Conference Center Level 5.01 The Gardens South Tower Mid Valley City Lingkaran Syed Putra Kuala Lumpur Website:

SATURDAY: This workshop is organised by Joey Yap Consulting Group and presented by Tee Han Sern. You will learn tips for choosing a home with superior feng shui, what denotes a good layout or location, your personal auspicious direction, how to optimise feng shui to support your life goals, and more. Admission is free. Time: 10.30am-1pm (registrati­on starts at 10.30am).

EVENTS GINRUM.ME The KL Journal 30, Jalan Beremi Off Jalan Sultan Ismail Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur E-mail: Website:

SATURDAY: At this festival, you can taste over 20 labels of gin and rum with one ticket. Each ticket gets a special GinRum.Me tasting glass and a “passport” which entitles you to special prices for cocktails around the city until July 14. You also get free access to the special tasting room where labels currently not in Malaysia will be available for tasting. Tickets: RM85 (individual), RM75 (group of five or more). Time: Noon-7pm.

PARKOUR CLASS BY MOVEPARKOU­R MALAYSIA Taman Paramount Park Jalan 20/19 Taman Paramount Petaling Jaya Tel/Whatsapp: 017-756 8713 (Coach Marcus)

SATURDAY: This is a free trial class for you to experience Parkour training. You will learn the basics of parkour conditioni­ng and techniques, and if you progress enough you will be able to do an entire flow all by yourself. This is suitable for people aged 16 to 40 only. Intermedia­te practition­ers are welcome too. Movements are usually personalis­ed according to your level. Time: 3pm-5.30pm.

HOMEMADE WELLNESS FOR THE BODY, MIND AND SOUL BY JOYCE HUE Hypnosis Integrativ­e Hub 2-2B, 2nd Floor Wisma Lifecare 5, Jalan Kerinchi Bangsar South, Kuala Lumpur Website:

TODAY: Joyce Hue is a mind therapist specialisi­ng in the subconscio­us. She uses tools like clinical hypnothera­py, counsellin­g, Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), and Eye Movement Desensitis­ation and Reprocessi­ng (EMDR) to assist clients with issues ranging from depression to performanc­e enhancemen­t.

Join this relaxing session to learn how to use essential oils, too. Bring home four homemade essential oil products personalis­ed for your own use. All materials and essential oils will be provided (but you’re welcome to bring your own oils as well). Fee: RM40. Time: 7.30pm-9pm.

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— Handout Pan Production­s presents an evening of chart-topping music from the rock and roll heyday of the 1950’s all the way to the present day.
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— Handout Parkour class by MoveParkou­r Malaysia lets you run, jump and leap as far as you can.
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— Bengkel Kami Kids aged six to 12 can join this fun bento-making workshop.

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