Man at His Best

Weekend of July 1-3: Four Awesome Event To Get You Off The Couch And Moving

An art exhibition, movie screening under the stars, string ensemble concert and a dance play.

BY Nawaf Rahman | Jun 30, 2016 | Culture

Facebook / Vallete Gallery

Facebook/ Hidden: Treasures of a Natural World

Hidden: Treasures of a Natural World. Vallete Gallery is hosting a solo art exhibition entitled which features the works of emerging Malaysian artist, Faizal Suhif. This exhibition offers a window into his work process, where he presents large scale pieces, monoprints, prints and sketches, using traditional techniques in innovative ways produced between 2015 and 2016. The show runs till July 16. For more information, go to their Facebook page.

Facebook/Movies Under The Stars

Movies Under The Stars. Every Thursday night, Frisky Rooftop Bar offers one of the KL’s best-kept entertainment secrets - free outdoor movie screenings and popcorn under the stars. For last screening of this month, the guys have chosen Heaven Knows What, a story of mad love and drug addiction on the streets of New York. For more information, go to their Facebook page.

Facebook/Laments Of The Dead (based on William Shakespeare's Richard III)

Lament Of The Dead. As the world celebrates Shakespeare 400th Anniversary, Nyoba Kan has conceived a production based on William Shakespeare’s Richard III—with a Butoh injection and interpretation. Directed by Lee Swee Keong, this show will expose the truth of humankind through the virtual vision of humanity. The show will be performed at MAP, Solaris Dutamas on July 1 and 2. For more information, go to their Facebook page.

Facebook/Just Dance with the klpac String Ensemble

Just Dance. Get ready to sway from side to side to some of the most popular and well-known music from classical to folk dance as KLPAC String Ensemble is coming back with another concert, Just Dance. Conducted by Norman Ong, the repertoire includes music from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker and Swan Lake, as well as classic pieces from the likes of Strauss, Dvorak and Piazzolla. The concert will be played at KLPAC from July 1 to 3. For more information, go to their Facebook page.