by Ghazali Muzakir, Clown Doctors Singapore.

In Collaboration with Women’s and Childrens Hospital, Kuala Lumpur & Persatuan Kesihatan Mesra Kanak-kanak Negara Malaysia

In this introductory workshop, participants are encouraged to let loose and be silly as they get in touch with their inner clowns. Through games and sharing of personal anecdotes, participants will get to discover the joys of clowning and how it can be applied to the real world and in the workplace.

Date:  Thursday, 26 September 2019
Time:  10.30am – 5.30pm
Venue:  Seminar Room, Level 3 (Beside Auditorium Perdana)
Post Graduation Medical Centre
Women’s & Children’s Hospital
50586 Kuala Lumpur

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Call: 019 753 3797

Please bring the following:
1. Notebook and writing materials to pen down your thoughts
2. Pieces of clothing that sparks laughter, peace and/or joy (e.g. hats, tops, bottoms, scarves, etc)
3. Items found at home or at the workplace that also sparks laughter, peace and/or joy.

About the trainer:
Ghazali Muzakir is an actor, director, producer, Applied Theatre practitioner (Theatre of the Oppressed and Playback Theatre), drama educator and certified medical clown. He is part of the pioneer team of clown doctors in Singapore (Clown Doctors Singapore), who bring fun & happiness to children in hospitals and support senior citizens’ health, by implementing humor in the Healthcare system. He has performed and created works for audiences internationally including Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Berlin, Shanghai, Korea and Japan. As a drama educator, Ghazali has crafted programmes and taught learners with various learning needs from 18-months to adults. A member of the Singapore Drama Educators Association (SDEA), he has also mentored other educators in drama pedagogy.

Clown Doctors Singapore
Established in 2014, Clown Doctors Singapore is a charity that provides therapeutic humour by our professionally trained medical clowns. Our Clown Doctors are Asia’s first graduates from the world’s first and only academic medical clown program at the International Institute for Medical Clowning. We’ve since brought thousands of smiles to patients and their loved ones, nurses and doctors in pediatric, geriatric and palliative wards.