May 2023 EVENTS
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Stand-up comedians Kavin Jay, Kuah Jenhan, Andrew Netto, Phoon Chi Ho, Rizal van Geyzal, and a new addition, their old friend Papi Zak, will be bringing their freshest jokes to Penang in Still Up Still Coming! See you there!

Dates: 12 & 13 May

Time: 9pm

Venue: Loft 29, Gat Lebuh Gereja

Ticket: from RM80



Penang Players Music & Drama Society is back with a new show, The Murder Game. Directed by Adrian Chang and starring Fariza Ariffin, Rachel Yeoh, Arunen and Derick Tan, this show unleashes a murder story…between friends.

Dates: 12, 13 & 14 May

Time: 8pm (Friday & Saturday), 3pm (Sunday)

Venue: Auditorium A, Level 5, Komtar, Penang

Ticket: RM55 & RM45 (Bundle of 4 tickets/seniors/students)



YMCA Penang is organising a basic Korean language course for those interested. Learn the basics of the language from their well-qualified native language instructor over nine lessons at an affordable fee.

Start date: 23 May

Venue: YMCA, 211 Jalan Macalister

Contact: +6012 481 8211 (Rahela)




Are you a cat lover? Then head to the Caring for Cats charity art exhibition! Organised by the Penang Chinese Brush Painting Art Society, the exhibition is aimed to raise funds for Pertubuhan Pembela Kucing Pulau Pinang to support its cat rescues and trap-neuter-release activities.

Date: 6-14 May

Time: 10:30am-5pm

Venue: Penang State Legislative Assembly (Dewan Undangan Negeri)



Unleash your creativity and make a difference in Into The Lens: Short Film Competition organised by Penang Youth Development Corporation (PYDC). Themed “PSA - Depression Among Youth”, the competition encourages young filmmakers to shed light on mental health challenges and spark conversations about the pressing issues affecting youth today. It's time to express, educate, and inspire through your video production talents.

Pre-registration: Now until 12 May

Submission deadline: 2 June

Registration fee: RM50

Contact: +6012 557 9281 (Wazir Bakri)




St. Nicholas' Home, Penang, a non-profit charitable organisation for the blind and visually impaired (BVI) community in Malaysia, is organising Ride For Sight - Cycling With Visually Impaired. The event aims to promote the benefits of sports among the BVIs and the general public by helping them to enjoy a breezy bicycle ride with guidance by sighted pilots. 

Date: 10 June

Time: 7am

Venue: Queensbay Mall

Fee: RM80