Discover these family activities and shows in May and June

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Planning healthy family activities can be a daunting task, especially when you have to consider multiple people’s preferences and schedules. However, for these few months, we offer you options that will be part of the good family memories.

yes you have watched Dr Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – and now ? From quirky shows to decadent symphonies, you won’t want to miss these listed events. Whether you’re new to comedy or jazz, remember that there’s a first time for everything. Even if you already consume these materials frequently, you’re bound to appreciate these high-end features.

Another benefit is that you’ll be supporting Malaysia’s entertainment world, an industry that’s struggling to get back on its feet even as lockdown sanctions are lifted.

For the months of May and June, here are the activities, events and family shows to enjoy with your loved ones:

The Great British Circus

Image credit: Great British Circus/Instagram

This set of artists are planning their big comeback after the pandemic, and they are touring multiple locations in Malaysia to dazzle their viewers. From acrobatic feats that will amaze you to high-octane stunts, get ready for a night full of wonder with the whole family. The Great British Circus also partners with several local charities to truly enable everyone to experience the joy of live entertainment – so your ticket purchases also help their efforts.

The team is expecting record attendance, so be sure to get those tickets fast! Some are already sold out. The show will take place in Bukit Jalil from June 3 to 26.

Book your tickets here.

Nigel Ng: The Haiyaa World Tour Live in KL

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Image credit: Nigel Ng/Instagram

Get ready for a night of comedy with viral sensation Nigel Ng, the creator of world personality, Uncle Roger. Taking place at Plenary Hall, KL Convention Centre, the live comedy show will only be there for the night of June 17, 2022. Tickets are already on sale, and at first glance only a limited number of tickets are left . Prices start from RM128 – RM228.

Due to the nature of the show’s content, please be aware that the venue will only allow entry to those 16 and older.

Book your tickets here.

1 orchestra, 20 film themes

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Image credit: Singapore Symphony Orchestra

If the interests of your friends and family vary wildly, it might be time to book your tickets for that orchestra. Taking place at The Platform @ Menara KEN TTDI, this show brings the soundtracks of your favorite classic films to life in a bargain of 60 pieces. Led by its own musical director and conductor Eugene Pook, this will be one for the books.

For its finale, a 30-piece choir by the talented Young KL Singers will be a delight to the ears – easily one of the best family activities to do yet. The show is available on May 21 and 22, 2022.

Book your tickets here.

Malaysian Jazz Piano Festival


Mark your calendars! The Malaysian Jazz Piano Festival comes to tickle the ivories at the Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Center (klpac) from June 24-26, 2022. The sound showcase will be a 120-minute experience.

With more than a month until the curtain call, little is known about the show. But keep your eyes peeled for updates on their Instagram page for more.

Book your tickets here.

You don’t like it here? then leave

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Image credit: theatrical sauce

Released May 19-22, 2022, this theatrical play is directed by Kelvin Wong. After three sold-out shows in its 2022 season, you might not want to miss another of Theatresauce’s productions. This particular project is an exploration of anxieties. Written collectively by the ensemble, the show detaches itself from a sense of home, identity and belonging. The price starts from RM48 – RM144.

Due to the nature of the content of the show, please be aware that the show is intended for mature audiences.

Book your tickets here.

Featured image credit: Great British Circus/Instagram; Hero image credit: Nigel Ng/Instagram

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