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DBKL’s License To Kill (Entertainment Venues)

Nik Erman Nik Roseli, Lawyer, Amir Khusyairi & Associates | Dr Adil Johan, Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethnic Studies, KITA UKM

26-Jul-22 18:00

DBKL’s License To Kill (Entertainment Venues)

Local live music venue, Angkasa, announced they were closing for good, following DBKL's seizure of their venue for failing to renew their entertainment license. First, we look at the entertainment license itself - how it works, and what the costs are. Then, what is the value of independent performing arts spaces for our arts and culture? We explore.

Image Source: Wendy Wei, Pexels

Produced by: Kelly Anissa, Natasha Fusil, Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan

Presented by: Lee Chwi Lynn, Sharmilla Ganesan


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Tags:  entertainment licenseperforming artsdbklculture


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