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Malaysia Performing Arts Venue

DamansaraPerformingArts (DPAC), Kuala Lumpur Perfomining Arts

Anchoring on the growing awareness in the arts among various Malaysian communities, Mammoth Empire Holdings Sdn Bhd extends its corporate social responsibility to the development of arts and culture in Malaysia. This meaningful endeavour takes the form of a new arts space to meet the growing needs of arts practitioners and arts aficionados in the Petaling Jaya / the Damansara district. Hence, the new performing arts space has been strategically named Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC).

Damansara Performing Arts Centre (DPAC) is an organization dedicated to promoting arts in Malaysia, through learning, practicing, and appreciating arts. DPAC aims to further enhance public awareness on the importance of art-forms that enrich our lives while shaping today’s world. DPAC has a proscenium theatre, a black box, an experimental theatre, an indoor theatre-foyer and several dance studios. They are all equipped with state-of-the-art facilities. These facilities cater to the professional practices of different performing arts practitioners in various forms.

HGH Convention Centre, Lot, 475, Jalan Sentul, 51000 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The HGH Convention Centre appears like a giant white auditorium from outside. Its location may be a bit off the beaten track, but it is actually quite near to the city centre. It brands itself as a complete convention centre with a full range of add-on services like catering and additional AV equipment rental. The main 12,000 sq ft convention hall can also be used as a banquet or exhibition venue. A smaller auditorium upstairs and a meeting room complete the facilities. There may be only 100 covered car parks within the building but parking is not hard to find on the adjacent grounds.

One thing to note is that the convention centre is surrounded by an unusually high number of schools. Expect a little congestion in the area during school transportation hours.

HGH Convention Centre is also popularly referred to as the 'Sentul Chinese School Hall'.

Connection @ Nexus Bangsar South Auditorium, Jalan Kerinchi, Pjs 7, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Spread across two purpose-built venues – Nexus and The Vertical – Connexion Conference & Event Centre (CCEC) offers an array of event venues and facilities unmatched in the Klang Valley. These venues range from intimate gathering spaces to grand auditoriums and ballrooms, and are complemented by a full range of concierge services located at the event concierge respectively. Organisers and attendees also have access to over 1,000 parking bays, full in-building Wi-Fi connectivity, advanced audio visual systems, teleconferencing facilities, a nursery room and a complimentary shuttle-service – just a few of the extras provided that go into making every event at Connexion Conference & Event Centre extraordinary. Our state-of-the-art auditorium, located in Nexus, seats 298 and comes complete with a top-class AV system and a stylish three-tier seating arrangement, making it ideal for concerts, launches and movie screenings.

Penang Performing Arts Venue

Performing Arts of Penang @ Quay 1, Straits Quay, Level 3A, Jalan Seri Tanjung, 10470 Tanjong Bungah, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia.

Penangpac, which is short for Performing Arts Centre of Penang, is a live-performance theatre at Straits Quay, Penang. It was formed through the partnership between live-performance company The Actors Studio Sdn Bhd with the owner of Straits Quay, Eastern & Oriental Berhad. Penangpac is the second performing arts centre in Malaysia, after the klpac, and the first in the northern region of Malaysia. The arts centre has a number of live performances every month. Those interested may view the list of shows on the penangpac website, or see what is happening in the listing below. The opening of penangpac at the end of 2011 added color to the theatre scene in Penang. It staged its first live performance in January 2012. Entitled "Malaysian Girls", the performance opened on 10 January and was very well received.