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Keep your November weekend busy with these virtual Malaysian arts and culture events

has brought together a group of international musicians and artists to create a ‘Soundbank’ - a digital archive of sounds, images and videos from their respective countries.

This online interactive exhibition explores the theme"Divided by Lockdowns and Borders, Can We Still Connect Digitally Across Oceans Through Sound?" and presents words, songs and photographs from Malaysian, Indonesian and British collaborators. The featured artists include Sarawakian sape musicians Alena Murang and Ezra Tekola, parap and takna’ practitioner Adrian Jo Milang, Sabahan singer-songwriter Maya Bayu, Indonesian composer Nursalim Yadi Anugerah, Belfast-based multidisciplinary artist Cameron Clarke and Scottish folk singer Kaitlin Ross.

The Soundbank project is part of Borneo Bengkel’s cross-border programme Bor: North + East, which is supported by the British Council’s Connections Through Culture grant programme.A scene from KLPac's 'Bollywood Dreams'. Photo: KLPacKeep the light on this Deepavali with the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre’s is a feelgood musicial production about two brothers who seek to escape into the magical world of Bollywood.

The show is set in 1980s Sungai Petani. Pappu and Babu, who live with their mother, need to break free and chase their dreams. Would it be a bumpy road to Bollywood for these small town dreamers?


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