Forced to close by Covid-19, KLPac's founders to tell stories online


Joe Hasham and Datuk Faridah Merican have become online storytellers to ease the stress during this movement control order period, especially for children. Photo: KLPac

The Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre (KLPac), despite being shut until March 31, continues its social engagement with Malaysians via an online storytelling initiative in light of the government’s movement control order.

Called Storytime With Uncle Joe & Aunty Faridah, a recent family-friendly video on KLPac’s Facebook page saw its co-founders Datuk Faridah Merican and Joe Hasham putting on their storyteller hats.

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