DESPITE all the bad rep afforded to this latest generation of young adults, it’s vital we take a look at a few Malaysians currently looking for more than just validation on social media.
Come 15 December, PJ Live Arts down at Jaya One will be kicking off their inaugural comedy roast event. No, it’s not the kind of roast you’re thinking about — less turkey, more Justin Bieber.
BETWEEN missing ringgit and missing people; between yellow and now red shirts, Malaysia has been world fodder and a downright tragicomedic disaster of late. Why not turn it ’round and make that so for the right reasons?
IN these interesting, transitional, post-Raya times, apart from our money back – what do we need? In conjunction with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow, PJ Live Arts Centre (PJLA) is bringing some premium unfiltered Aussie-themed shits and giggles to after-hours Malaysian crowds straight from Oz at the main theatre tonight and tomorrow night.
The One Mic Stand-hosted preview earlier this week promised much…