Thursday, 22 May 2008

Theatre Ticket Price Change

We would like to inform you that the new ticket price is as follow:

Adult = 5 pounds
Student = 5 pounds
Children = 3

We are hoping that more people will be attending this event!

Sunday, 18 May 2008

Getting the Message Across

We have started to pin up a few posters aroung the neighborhood. Among others include the college compound and the Barbican area. We are hoping that we can get as many visitors for the fest. Tell your friends and families to join the excitement!

Feeling like helping to get the message across? You can request an electronic poster/ original flyers from Fayadh at Cheers!

Friday, 16 May 2008

Tickets available now!

We are selling tickets for the theatre now! The show? It's called 'The Journey of an Englishman'. The story centers around a British soldier who was deployed in Malaya after the defeat of the Japanese during World War 2. He falls in love with the local people, but the love was rejected by the girl's family. What's going to happen next? Grab a ticket, and enjoy the show. The price of each the ticket is as follow:

(In GBP)

Adults: 10

Students: 8

Children: 5

See you there!

Tuesday, 13 May 2008

Pre-Production Day 1

Getting all the people is one thing, and directing is another. And the toughest part: getting everything done within one night.The first day takes us to the stage of Desmond Tutu. With the help of everyone, the directing looks a bit easy. Well at least it looks like easy. The props team starts to make the measurement.

Monday, 12 May 2008

Theatre Performance: Photography Session

See how we take photographs for the upcoming theatre performance!

The video above shows the main character and her family members. Photos arecarefully shot so as to maintain the quality of our production. These photos will be put into various forms -tickets, booklets as well as posters.

Activities for the events

Here is a list of activities that will be held in June 4th, Marjon:

10.00 am - 1.00 pm

Malaysian Traditional Games
We will be having different kind of Malaysian games in which you can take part in, and I can guarantee you that our games can be quite challenging as other conventional games worldwide!

Flea Market
This type of market is almost typical in the Malaysian society, except that it is conducted in a unique manner that may look odd to some. But you don't have to worry about it because you'll enjoy buying Malaysian stuff a lot!

We are not going to show you that we only have a coconut tree in our backyard, but we are going to demonstrate to you on how to make Malaysian art alive. You can participate in any of the activities such as henna painting and calligraphy writing.

7.30pm - 10.00pm

We are no longer following the traditional dance performance like we did last time. This time, it's going to be fresh, we are going to have a theatrical performance! The story? It will be something that you might never see! A brief synopsis will be posted so stay tuned for more updates!