Preview:《95生活》Blk 95 by Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Youth Drama Troupe

Ordinary estate Ordinary HDB block Ordinary people Extraordinary moments The residents of Blk 95 live varied lives, going about their ordinary routines as they live, work and play together. Presented by the Singapore Hokkien Huay Kuan Youth Drama Troupe, watch as this adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning Our Town by American playwright Thornton Wilder, is given a local, Hokkien

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667, Omnibus Film By Local Filmmakers, Screens Again This November at the SCCC

To celebrate the latest win of local filmmaker, Jun Chong, whose debut short film Ke《客》, was awarded the Best Asian Short at the 13th Sapporo International Short Film Festival, the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre will be offering film lovers another chance to catch the widely acclaimed omnibus film 667. Ke《客》 is a 13-minute Hakka short that

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FINA Swimming World Cup in Singapore Kicks Off To An Exciting Start

The FINA Swimming World Cup Singapore 2018 presented by Yakult kicked off on the morning of 15th November with a series of qualifying heats before the finals in the evening.  The finals started dramatically with the Women’s 400m Freestyle after a miscount of laps at the 350m mark saw Femke Heemskerk drop three places to

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Bitten – Return to Our Roots: An Interview with Co-Creator Thong Pei Qin

It’s quite incredible to think that what once started as a strange fever dream is about to evolve into an entire production. Specifically, some years back, when theatremaker Thong Pei Qin was bitten by an Aedes mosquito and contracted dengue fever, talking about the experience with colleague and longtime friend Dr Nidya Shanthini Manokara led

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Preview: A Green Dot by A Little RAW (RAW Moves)

There’s a phenomenon known as guerilla gardening, where people begin gardening on patches of land they do not have the rights to cultivate. Even in a garden city like Singapore, there are times the grey cityscape gets to us, and it can be difficult to find a patch of green, and while guerilla gardening itself may

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Fröhliche Weihnachten!: Brotzeit Releases Festive German Menu For Christmas

There’s no Christmas quite like one spent in Europe, and with their 2018 Christmas menu, homegrown German restaurant Brotzeit is determined to bring a taste of that to sunny Singapore across all their outlets! With multiple outlets across the entire island, one of Singapore’s most authentic German restaurants around is set to have you going

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Review: Journey To Nowhere (Southernmost – One Table Two Chairs Project 2018)

A well-executed, thought-provoking diatribe on the proposed future of local arts. As an “arts festival for the future”, experimental theatre company Emergency Stairs’ Southernmost – One Table Two Chairs Project 2018 naturally chooses to buck the trend of a typical arts festival, acting a critique of the usual and taking on an artist-driven, process-centric approach,

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Review: Fat Kids Are Harder To Kidnap X by How Drama

Joyous, unbridled celebration of Singaporean absurdities. Does the perfect, quintessentially Singaporean fringe show exist? This all-star edition of Fat Kids Are Harder To Kidnap certainly makes a strong case for that title. Celebrating ten years of existence, Fat Kids Are Harder To Kidnap X brings together 31 of the beloved act’s best sketches and playlets of all time,

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Review: Milieu 2018 by Frontier Danceland

Two new dance works that showcase both artistic vision and immense physical skill from Frontier Danceland Frontier Danceland never lets up in their ability to push their dancers to new limits – in their annual year end showcase Milieu, the contemporary dance company presents two all new choreographies that are challenging both physically and artistically,

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