A two-day festival celebrating women in filmmaking
Check out the best wet markets, pasar malam food, bazaars and more
Kickstart your lazy weekend with these meals
Check out the full festival schedule here
What's on in KL this week
- Sun 9
- Mon 10
- Tue 11
- Wed 12
- Thu 13
- Fri 14
- Sat 15
Every Sunday the soulful jazz singer will be playing at Antipodean.
Race in the Dark 2014 (Around Town)
Identify sounds, taste and items that are often seen daily as you race in total darkness.
Wheelie Sundays at Publika (Around Town)
Perfect if you're on the lookout for a free and open circuit to cycle without traffic obstruction.
Featuring a buffet of Greek mains and sweets including yiros, souvlaki and cream kataifi.
Open mic at NBT (Music)
The open mic night features Ushera, Amira Sachie and Douche Manouche.
WVC Trio +1 at No Black Tie (Music)
The jazz numbers keeps coming in as WVC Trio +1 returns to No Black Tie
Five Sen5es welcomes Chef Kong Khai Meng as guest chef this month.
2Gether 2uesday (Nightlife)
Start your week early with DJs Silent and Sutra.
Electric Playground: '90s Revival (Nightlife)
This new Wednesday regular brings you back to the ’90s glory days of grungy plaid shirts.
Come for a night of folk, dream pop and electronic music.
Quiz Night with Poskod.my (Around Town)
Join the Big City Quiz as they pick your brains on an extensive range of topics about the city.
Lot 36 presents Lucy Rose (Music)
The English folksy singer-songwriter makes her KL debut at The Bee.
Future Music Festival Asia 2014 (Nightlife)
Catch Deadmau5, Armin Van Buuren, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Rudimental and more.
Life Sdn Bhd: The Power of Women (Performance)
The series returns with a slew of true life stories that revolve around the theme of ‘The Power of Women’.
The jazz singer presents her rendition of Shanghai's best classics.
Avril Lavigne live in KL (Music)
The Canadian pop sensation makes yet another appearance in KL.
The jazz songstress delivers a never-before-seen repertoire featuring Louis Soliano and Ruslam Imam.
Russian & French Bonbons (Music)
Conductor Zhang Yi and French cellist Edgar Moreau take on Borodin, Saint-Saens and Faure.
Moving Bach (Performance)
A contemporary dance performance with baroque music.