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Month: October 2016

Review: twentythirty by Dramabox [27/10/16]

twentythirty is a show that’s more community theatre than avant garde. Sitting in the room full of secondary school students, I felt young again surrounded by youth. As the show began, […]

Preview: twentythirty by DramaBox

By 2030, there will be 6.9 million people in Singapore. How will it affect you? Similar to International Friendship Day, the Singapore Kindness Movement is once again collaborating with a […]

[#KERBis4] Celebrating 4 Years of KERB

London’s leading food market popup KERB turned 4 yesterday! We went down to the celebration at the West Handyside Canopy, just behind KERB King’s Cross’ usual location at Granary Square. […]

Preview: Monkey Goes West by W!ld Rice

The annual W!ld Rice pantomime is back! W!ld Rice is bringing back their hit musical and last year’s Life! Theatre Award Production of the Year Monkey Goes West this Christmas season, […]

Review: Deathtrap by Asylum Theatre [13/10/16]

Deathtrap has been touted as Broadway’s longest running thriller-comedy onstage, as well as being penned by Ira Levin, famed for classic works on film such as Rosemary’s Baby and The Boys from […]