Weekly Picks: Malaysia (18 – 24 June 2018)

Live Fact Presents: Protomartyr
, at Live Fact, 20 June, 8pm

American rock band Protomartyr is performing in Live Fact this Wednesday. The band features Joe Casey on vocals, Greg Ahee on guitar, Alex Leonard on drums and Scott Davidson on bass guitar. Their latest album is Relatives in Descent. Admission is RM40 at the door (RM35 pre-purchase through livefactkl@gmail.com)

More info here.

[.] A Period , A Cantonese Monologue directed by Hyemin Han, at FACthree Event Space, 21–23 June 8:30pm, 24 June 3pm

This play explores the life of a woman, using ‘a period’ as a device to reflect society and its taboos. It aims to generate laughter, empathy and even embarrassment. The show is performed in Cantonese, with English and Cantonese subtitles. This production is driven by women — from its actor, to director, writer, and even production team. Ticket prices are RM60 (half price off for ‘gentlemen’), and the show runs an hour (without intermission).

More info here.

Crackhouse Presents: Kavin Jay (Malaysia), at Crackhouse Comedy Club KL, 22-23 June, 8pm

Comedian Kavin Jay recently concluded a successful Netflix comedy special, and is co-founder of One Mic Stand. This is one Malaysian comic you should get to know. Tickets are RM40 online and RM50 at the door.

More info here.

Fête de La Musique, at The Square Publika, 23 June, 2pm

Alliance Française de Kuala Lumpur brings France’s international celebration of Music Day to Publika. Admission is free, and dance floor is open to all — Ryot Jones is always a good bet for a party on the dance floor. Other artists include hip hop performer Airliftz, dream pop band Mint Cherry, and singer-songwriter Talitha Tan.

More info here.

Rozella & Pastel Lite, at The Bee, 22 June, 9pm

The 3rd installment of A Very Indie Showcase returns to The Bee, Publika, with singer-songwriter Rozella and experimental electronica duo, Pastel Lite. Admission is a steal at RM20.

More info here

Nala’s Bazaar Malam, Nala Designs, 24 June, 5pm

Nala design is known for beautifully designed products, and their Sunday market promises live music, great food, and a challenge to your budget…all under the stars at their Kampung House in Bangsar. Crowd can pile in fast, so get there early.

More info here.

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