Blooming at Mud: The Story of Kuala Lumpur

It took a couple of weeks after the show opened but we finally had a break in our schedule and promptly took the opportunity to watch MUD: OUR STORY OF KUALA LUMPUR from start to finish and what a visual treat it was. We did catch bits and bob during installation stages and it looked very promising but watching the actual show in itself from start to finish will leave you wanting more. If you haven't caught it yet, please do go and get swept up in this heartwarming production which is set against historical events of early Kuala Lumpur. You can get details on show times and ticketing at MudKL. 

On a special note, I am proud to add that when you step into the grand dame that is the Panggung Bandaraya, the towering floral displays in the foyer were created by Nook Flowers - we'd like to say a huge thank you to Puan Sri Tiara Jacquelina, the Executive Producer of MUD Kuala Lumpur, for the free hand and letting our Principal Florista design, compose and create ' some floral magic' (as Puan Sri Tiara says).

While we specialise in fresh flowers, for this display, we used the highest quality selection of flowers we could find (as the displays are permanent and will be used for the duration of the show). The design in itself with it's muted shades of white, ivory, green and gold accents, has a lush, throwback feel which is fitting for the historical setting in which these large urns have been placed. 

Brenda James, Principal Florista of Nook Flowers with award-winning producer and actor, and passionate arts advocate Puan Sri Tiara Jacquelina Eu Effendi, at the Press Launch of Mud The Story of Kuala Lumpur. 

The cast of MUD Kuala Lumpur with a shout out to Nook Flowers! Thank you guys!

Photo credit: With thanks to Aylwin Joshua from Pixel Arts Photography for some of the photos used in this posting. 


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