Officiated in 1880 by the late Sir Fredderick Weld (the Governor of the Straits Settlement), Town Hall was once the epicentre for Penang's elite members and high society. Today, remnants of its glorious past are still evident along the Town Hall's front facade and grand ballroom, which makes this historical place a worthwhile visit. This Victorian architectural beauty once served as a venue for theatrical performances and functioned as the Penang State Library.
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George Town Festival 2015: Slow Sound of Snow
A piece of Iranian experimental theatre, 'Slow Sound of Snow' explores the tension and conundrum of a woman going into labour during a midnight snowstorm – but she has to keep quiet or else risk an avalanche.Experimental theatre Friday August 21 2015 - Saturday August 22 2015Read more