KOTA KINABALU: The opening night of PITaPAT Theatre’s drama production of MERAH kicked off the month-long Kota Kinabalu Arts Festival (KK Arts Festival) 2014 last evening at Tun Hamdan Theatre in the Tun Mustapha Tower (formerly known as Yayasan Sabah building).
Attending the local theatre company’s opening night production were the Society of Performing Arts, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah (SPArKS) president Roger Wang; SPArKS’ advisor Susan Bansin and Kota Kinabalu International Film Festival’s festival director Jude Day.
MERAH’s opening night is the first of the 22 events planned for the month of June, said Wang. “This year, the KK Arts Festival starts on May 30 – taking advantage of the Harvest Festival holiday – and ends on June 29.”
According to Wang, the KK Arts Festival is made up of seven festivals and events that are put together by seven local organisations who are passionately committed to the advancement of arts for the people of Kota Kinabalu.
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