Cultural Index: What to see and do this week (Apr 22-28)

A round-up of the best shows in the city.

Kandang aims to examine the persuit and trappings of power, but within a relatable regional context (Photo: klpac)

These are our top picks for the week of April 22 to 28. For more event listings and reviews, pick up a copy of Options at your nearest news stands.

The 2017 Malaysian adaptation of George Orwell’s Animal Farm is back by popular demand. This show has won four awards — Best of 2017, Best Director, Best Costume Design and Best Actor in a Leading Role — at the BOH Cameronian Arts Awards.

klpac, Jalan Sultan Azlan Shah, Sentul, KL. Apr 25-27, 8.30pm; Apr 27-28, 3pm. RM60. Buy tickets here.


Dasha Logan
Head over to the city for a performance rich in R&B, soul and jazz with songstress Dasha Logan. Having grown up in a musical family, she is no stranger to the stage. She performed her first gig at 17. Her first single, Cleverly, was No 4 on the UK Soul Charts in 2014.

No Black Tie, 17 Jalan Mesui, Off Jalan Nagasari, KL. Apr 26,10pm. RM64. Buy tickets here.


Pusaka: Warisan Kemudi Wawasan
This group exhibition highlights local heritage through the lens of our nation’s socioeconomic development. It features 13 Malaysian artists — Zulkifli Yusoff, Ahmad Fuad Osman, Bibi Chew, Dain Iskandar Said and Hayati Mokhtar, Azizan Paiman, Sharmiza Abu Hassan, Chong Kim Chiew, Lisa Foo, Umibaizurah Mahir @ Ismail, Haris Abadi, Haslin Ismail and Jamil Zakaria.

Galeri Seni, Level 3, Bank Negara Malaysia Museum and Art Gallery, Sasana Kijang, 2 Jalan Dato’ Onn, KL. Until Sept 18. See here for more info.


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