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Month: July 2016

SFF 2016: Singapore Favourite Food Village

Something’s brewing over at Rochor event space this July. The Singapore Favourite Food Village (SFFV) is now officially open, as part of the Singapore Tourism Board’s Singapore Food Festival 2016. […]

Review: GRC by Teater Ekamatra

After Cooling Off Day in 2010 it only seemed natural that Alfian Sa’at follow up with another political play the next election year, this time in the form of GRC, first performed in […]

Review: Every Singaporean Daughter by Unsaid

Unsaid is a social enterprise/arts collective who have been actively highlighting awareness of women’s issues this year, and breaks onto the theatre scene with their debut production. Every Singaporean Daughter‘s […]

EVENT: SpongeBob Run 2016

EVENT DATE: 6 AUG 2016 VENUE: SILOSO BEACH WALK, SENTOSA TIME: 4PM-8PM DISTANCE: 5KM FUN RUN / 800M KIDS DASH Nothing could be better to celebrate the National day Long Weekend […]

Review: Apprentice dir. Boo Junfeng

Boo Junfeng’s name has been making the rounds in Singapore, most recently for directing that advert featuring a long distance relationship made possible through Singtel. It’s no surprise; after all, he’s […]

REVIEW: Ibsen:Ghosts

Last night, the German duo Markus&Markus left an indelible Margot-shaped impression in local discourse on the right-to-die with their riveting documentary theatre Ibsen: Ghosts. This certainly isn’t the first time […]

PREVIEW: Innamorati Two

After a sell out run of Innamorati One in 2014, Toy Factory is back to ignite the Drama Centre stage this September with its sequel Innamorati Two (唯二): A Spirited Mandarin Musical. Innamorati […]

Les Misérables (28/6/16)

Since catching it on the West End and Broadway, I dreamed a dream that one day, I’d be watching Les Misérables on our very own shores, like my parents did […]

Hotel by W!ld Rice [2/7/16]

Hotels are strange places. They’re transitory, temporal spaces for people to live, many of which happen to be foreigners in a new country. People come and go, and leave traces […]