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Month: December 2016

Review: Art at The Old Vic

Contemporary art, for the most part, is baffling. Whether it’s the abstract paintings of Rothko or Pollack, or the in your face attitude of Koons and Hirst, it’s easy to […]

Preview: Pangdemonium 2017 Season

2017 marks the FIFTH year Pangdemonium introduced their Season Ticket, allowing buyers priority booking to all three of their shows in 2017 for some great seats. This year, they’ve added […]

Review: Dreamgirls at the Savoy Theatre

It’s honestly surprising how it’s taken this long to bring Dreamgirls to the West End (a whopping 35 years since its debut on Broadway), but when you have a show with such […]

Preview: World Gourmet Summit 2017

Famed for bringing in world-class international cuisine, the exciting World Gourmet Summit returns to our shores for its 21st edition next March! This time, with a focus on sustainability, the […]

Review: Dear Jay by Blue Bean Productions

December is a period that’s often fraught with big commercial plays and musicals to capitalise on the Christmas spirit. Sometimes you get tired of all that, and need something a […]

Review: My Mother’s Chest

My Mother’s Chest is the debut production by Stanley Ng and starring Audrey Luo. Written by Ng Sin Yue, this hefty monologue follows one woman as she reminisces over her […]

Russian Film Week 2016

The inaugural Russian Film Week has landed in London! Featuring over 20 films across multiple cinemas, the Russian Film Week is aimed to showcase the very best of new Russian […]

Review: Projek Suitcase by Teater Ekamatra

Teater Ekamatra’s annual monologue festival is back! Projek Suitcase isn’t just people standing around delivering lines though; it’s uniting artists from all kinds of disciplines, from sound designers to film makers, […]

Local Inventions: Food – Doodles

Chances are unless you live in the area, you won’t have properly explored Tiong Bahru Plaza. So we’re here to tell you that over in B1 is a gem waiting to […]