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\ Date: April 28, 2016

Vibe with us over the next couple weeks of tasting, laughter, music, and street markets across Kuala Lumpur. Urbanscapes 2016 is bound tickle your senses in more ways than one.



“Urbanscapes 2016: Tame Impala in KL”

Kuala Lumpur’s annual arts festival Urbanscapes makes a return to the heart of the city, kicking off with Tame Impala performing at KL Live. Since releasing their EP in 2008, the psychedelic rock band from Perth has gone on to reach stratospheric heights with their lush and hypnotic pop music – seen especially with their latest album, Currents, which Pitchfork calls the “result of a supernaturally talented obsessive trying to perfect music.” It’s time to get your groove on.

When: 7pm, 23 April
Where: KL Live, 1st Floor, No. 20 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Tickets available at



“Urbanscapes 2016: Rudimental Live in KL”

Ever since they were nominated for the Mercury Music Prize in 2013, English drum and bass band Rudimental have become well-deserved festival headliners, and is now at the forefront of pushing the mainstream appeal of the genre. Their brilliance lies in their ability to balance and mix the underground styles with mainstream pop sensibilities, resulting in two chart topping albums: Home (2013) and We The Generation (2015) which includes the platinum-selling track “Lay It All On Me”, featuring Ed Sheeran.

When: 7pm, 1 May 2016
Where: KL Live, 1st Floor, No. 20 Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Tickets available at




“Evening With The Botanist”

If gin’s your thing, Islay Dry Gin The Botanist should definitely be on your radar – and if you haven’t had a sip of it yet, try it out at a special tasting event at Jarrod & Rawlins in Plaza Damansara. There, you’ll get complimentary samples of the gin (while stocks last), try out new botanically inspired cocktails, and win a bottle of The Botanist in a lucky draw contest. And even if you don’t win, you’ll be able to purchase a bottle at a special introductory price.

When: 7pm, 22 April
Where: Jarrod & Rawlins, 32-M, Jalan Medan Setia 2, Plaza Damansara, Kuala Lumpur
Admission is free




“Shakespeare Demystified: The Merchant of Venice”

Intimidated by Shakespeare? Feel like a doofus hearing 16th-century English? You shouldn’t be – at least not during ‘Shakespeare Demystified: The Merchant of Venice’. Presented by The Actors Studio Seni Teater Rakyat and KL Shakespeare Players, this staging of Shakespeare breaks down the canonical speeches and scenes with explanations of the plots and themes. ‘The Merchant Of Venice’ is about a merchant (duh, right?), Antonio, who has acquired a large loan from a Jewish moneylender in order to help his friend, Bassanio, court a woman, Portia.

When: 8.30pm, 21-23 April; 3pm, 23 & 24 April
Where: KLPac, Sentul Park, Jalan Strachan, Off Jalan Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur




“Crackhouse Comedy Club KL Presents Nik Coppin”

Whether you’ve had a hard week or not, it’s always good to wind down with a few good laughs. The Crackhouse Comedy Club KL is the perfect venue for that, and Nik Coppin is just the right man to leave you laughing in stitches. The London-based stand-up comedian has performed around the world, taking his observational humour on animals, superheroes, and everyday life in Britain.

When: 9pm, 22 & 23 April
Where: Crackhouse Comedy Club, 1st Floor, 24A, Lorong Rahim Kajai 14, Taman Tun Dr. Ismail, Kuala Lumpur
Admission: RM40

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