| Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 13 May 2016 | Asia Samachar |
The “Kultar’s Mime” Theatre team will be running a children’s workshop (aged 10-15) and two young adult workshop (aged 16-25) in the coming weeks. It is an initiative by the Malaysian Young Sikh Leaders (a wing of the Coalition of Malaysian Sikh Organizations).
Workshops will be held in in two different spots in Kuala Lumpur and one in Penang. A nominal fee is payable, RM10 per participant for children’s workshop and RM25 per participant for the young adult’s workshop.
“I think the workshops are a great avenue to help people develop confidence and find their hidden talents. Most people feel theatre games do no have much relevance to their daily lives but theatre games and exercises are actually a great help in developing and improving every day interaction skills.” Dr Surinderpal Kaur, a senior lecturer at Universiti Malaya tells Asia Samachar.
Seats are limited, so hurry now to reserve your place by contacting Harpal at 0126996128 (Penang Workshop) or Surin at 0102205821 (KL Workshop)
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