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Month: June 2016

National Gallery – Common Grounds (25-26 June)

We previously attended the National Gallery’s Common Grounds Open House on 11 June, greeted with Lindy Hop dancers, Chinese Calligraphy artists and fascinating talks. This weekend, Common Grounds returns once […]

Café by Joel Tan [17/6/16]

We’re back at the Twenty-Something Theatre Festival for its second week, and we heard that tickets are almost completely sold out for all four productions! It’s a very exciting weekend, […]

REVIEW: Trees, A Crowd… 11/6/16

The inaugural twenty something theatre festival began this week, and we were really excited to cover it! We marathoned all four plays today, and we’re going to review the headline […]

REVIEW: Gentle Bones 10/6/16

Gentle Bones, aka Joel Tan is just 22 years old, and he’s already managed to have two sold out shows at the Esplanade (when Les Miserables is playing next door!) […]

REVIEW: Ghost Writer by The Necessary Stage [9/6/16]

    Following the success of Manifesto, the Necessary Stage returns to present Ghost Writer, a multimedia performance that seamlessly combines dance, theatre, music and videography to create a rich visual and sensual experience. […]

An Insight to Churn Creamery

Churn Creamery 4th June 2016 Churn has been open for about 9 months now, and this is the first time we decided to drop by. Some photos of their ‘puffones’ […]