Preview: Boeing Boeing by W!ld Rice

2017 seems to be the year W!ld Rice is bringing back some of their biggest hits to date: first La Cage, and now the phenomenal Boeing Boeing! Since its Parisian premiere in December 1960, Boeing Boeing has been listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most performed French play throughout the world.

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Preview: Cosentino – Anything Is Possible

Death-defying Australian magician Paul Cosentino comes to Singapore with a brand new, internationally renowned show, with state of the art production value, impressive lighting and explosive pyrotechnics. Anything is Possible will feature exciting never before seen magic tricks that will boggle the mind and twist reality itself. Suitable for all ages, Anything is Possible is written and produced

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Gaston Luga: The Backpack

We’ve always loved Scandinavian design. From sleek, minimalist furniture to other quirky, surprisingly useful products, there’s just something irresistibly alluring about the Scandinavians style. The Swedish of course, are at the very top of their game in this aspect, and we were recently introduced to Gaston Luga, a backpack brand located in the very heart of

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Review: Catch Me (Attrape-Moi) by Flip FabriQue (Underbelly 2017)

375 years on, Quebec continues to stun audiences around the world. All good circus acts comprise not only immensely talented performers, but also a distinct character that helps them stand out from the crowd. For new kids on the block Flip FabriQue, the prestigious Canadian circus circuit presents some serious legacies to live up to. It is

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Preview: Life of Galileo by The Young Vic

Bertolt Brecht’s masterpiece following the life Italian philosopher and astronomer Galileo Galilei gets a revival at the Young Vic this summer by  BAFTA Award-winning director Joe Wright (Atonement, Anna Karenina). Featuring Brendan Cowell in the title role after an acclaimed performance in Yerma, Life of Galileo is a play for the times, charting the invention of the telescope

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Preview: Underbelly Festival

If you’re in London this summer, amidst the plethora of summer concerts and warm weather, central London has its share of thrills and spills for the theatre lover as well! Over at the Southbank in central London, the annual Udderbelly Festival and London Wonderground have joined forces to become one mega festival of affordable live entertainment –

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Preview: Army Daze 2

  In 2012, Michael Chiang’s Army Daze celebrated its 25th anniversary with a new production directed by Beatrice Chia-Richmond which received a sold-out run. Five years on, Chiang has decided that it’s time to update the now thirty year old script by writing an all new sequel: Army Daze 2.  Premiering in August 2017, the all-new play tracks

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