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#stayathome with Oliver Jeffers & The Unrestricted Stage

10-Apr-20 12:30

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Stuck at home with nothing to do because of the Movement Control Order? Worry not, because we're here to keep the boredom at bay. Every day, we present our special curated list of arts, culture, and entertainment that you can experience right from your own home. Today, we’re featuring some readings by children’s author and illustrator Oliver Jeffers. Then, we find out more about the Unrestricted Stage, an online platform where Malaysian talents are coming together to share their art for all.


Produced by: Tee Shiao Eek, Juliet Jacobs

Presented by: Sharmilla Ganesan, Lim Sue Ann


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Tags:  Front RowThe Bigger Picturestayathomechildren’s booksstorytellingstorybooksillustrationsMalaysian artistsmusiciansdancersUnrestricted StageEntertainmentVisual ArtsPerforming ArtsParenting, Family, Relationships

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