Man at His Best

Weekend of May 13-15: Four Awesome Events To Round Off Your Weekend

Slide The City, a Yasmin Ahmad film, and Bare Beckett.

BY nawaf rahman | May 12, 2016 | Culture

Jackie Yong/HANDS

Slide The City Melaka. Calling all the adrenaline junkies and slide enthusiasts to slip 'n slide their way down the three-football-fields long water slide because 'Slide the City' is coming to Malacca this weekend. There will also be live music, food, local vendors and street entertainers all day. For more information, go to their Facebook page.

Lup Chew Screening. The folks from Yasmin Ahmad at Kong Heng will be screening Lup Chew but details of the event is being kept under wraps. Save the date and make your way to Uppercase, APW to find out what surprise awaits you and get to know Yasmin better through her closest friends, who will be there to answer questions. Get there early to reserve a seat as it only limit to 300. For more information, go to their Facebook page.

Bare Beckett. Making her directorial comeback, Nicole-Ann Thomas presents her latest, Bare Beckett. Adapted from Samuel Beckett’s works, this play consists of four iconic shorts – Not I, Rockaby, Footfalls and Catastrophe which exemplify the imperfections and flaws of human nature through brilliant casts members like Tria Aziz, Anitha Abdul Hamid, Grace Ng, Alvin Looi and Christopher Ling. For more information, go to their Facebook page.

Hands' "INSPIRING 1000" Fundraising Concert. This isn't actually on the weekend, but next Tuesday and Wednesday, on May 17 & 18. Drum ensemble, HANDS is holding this two-day performance to raise funds for 1000 students to attend the HANDS International Drumming Festival this September. The fundraiser’s 90-minute programme will showcase their riveting performances and features international guest artists like Howz (Flutist, San Xian), Stefano Chan (Vocal) and more. Prices for fundraising tickets start at RM400. For further information, contact HAND’s Marketing Manager, Zoe Lee at her email: zoelee@hands.com.my.


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