Nottingham Malaysian night 2018
Mnight 2018 is the first play organised by the Nottingham Malaysian Society (NMS) since 2012. This year, we will be presenting a play with a unique twist: Nottingham’s world-famous folk hero Robin Hood meets Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves. We're sharing a message of unity and are proud to be an example of different cultures working in harmony. We hope to attract more than 300 students from across the United Kingdom. We are aiming high with this bold vision of a re-established Malaysian Night. However, due to restrained budget and high expenses, we face difficulties in bringing our dream to life. We would sincerely appreciate everyone’s support in our venture!
Who are we?
The Nottingham Malaysian Society is a student body under the UoN Student Union. Our aim is to maintain the welfare of our fellow members and introduce our culture to the public.
- A musical play to showcase Malaysian culture.
- Why is this important to you? It's the first MNight in 5 years and we hope to establish it as an annual event.
- The funding is mainly to cover equipment rental and venue. So we need every bit of support we can get to make our dream happen!
Where will the money go?
- The bulk of the budget will go into technical equipment rental.
- With the full target amount, we will ensure the welfare of audience, volunteers and performers are taken care off.
- We will use all available equipment to provide our audience and performers with a show that gives lifelong memories.
- Breakdown of costs:
- Technical equipment: £5000
- Props and costumes: £700
- Performer and Volunteer Welfare: £500
- We won’t be making a profit: we only aim to break-even for this event.
- We have come up with a variety of rewards as a gesture of appreciation to everyone who donated! Do check them out in the reward section.
Find us here
Facebook Event Page: Nottingham Malaysian Night
Help us succeed!
- We need as many people as possible to talk about our project!
- You don't need to give money to help us succeed! Please share this project with anyone you think would support us – on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, by email, telephone, in a chat over the fence or on your blog.
- In fact, share it with everyone you know as we think it's a great cause, and the more people who know about it, the more likely we are to make this work out brilliantly.
- And we know we said you don't need to give money to help us, but we'd love it if you did! Please sponsor us and help make this happen.