Some events you can check out!

STAND-UP MALAYSIANS returns with its fifth instalment called TAKING THE FIFTH.  Featuring Aaron Aw, Cem, Tuck and hosted by Andre D. D’Cruz.The performance will combine Stand-Up Comedy tackling current issues and a series of improvised games featuring a combination of veterans who, between them, have been recipients of eight awards at Short+Sweet Stand-Up Comedy over the past four years. When: Wednesday, Nov 18 2015 at 8:30pm. Admission at door: RM30. Where: The Bee, 36B, Level G2, Publika, Solaris Dutamas Jalan Dutamas 1, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

FOR POETRY fans, here’s NABILA NAJWA , winner of the first Malay Poetry Slam (Rentap Puisi) held during Festival Belia 2014, and FABIAN MARK PETER who will send you with his versatility. Where: Gaslight Cafe & Music, Jalan Medan Setia 1, Plaza Damansara, Bukit Damansara, Kuala Lumpur. When: Thursday, Nov 19, 8.30pm. How much?: RM10 minimum.

“Prince of Guitar” returns! Fingerstyle guitarist and Youtube sensation Sungha Jung returns to Malaysia on Dec 6.One of the most successful fingerstyle guitarists in the world, Sungha Jung has over 3 million subscribers of his YouTube channel alone, and his renditions of pop, contemporary, jazz and classical tunes have been viewed more than 1 billion times around the world. Where: PJ LIve Arts. Tickets: RM258, RM188, RM158. Call +60 3 79600439.

The third edition of d’MOTION International Dance Festival 2015 is bringing in ​31 ​international artistes from over eight countries to present an exciting range of dance performances and workshops, and is also incorporating two additional new features in the week-long festival. When: Dec 14-20. Where: Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC). Call 03-4065 0001 or visit www.dpac.com.my.

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Subhadra Devan

A journalist who has been writing about culture, arts and heritage since the 1980s. She is herself gobsmacked to have started the Sunday arts pages for English newspapers in Malaysia, in the new millennium. The passion for these genres rages on.

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