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 two new categories – a cheaper season ticket that gives you Cat 2 seats to all shows, as well as a premier, VIP category, which will grant exclusive access to meets and greets with cast and crew, and tickets to the Gala Nights of each show.


Following their 2016 Season of Love, Pangdemonium leaps boldly into 2017 with three new, kickass productions. Starting off the year is Martin McDonagh’s black comedy/psychological thriller The Pillowman, which Adrian Pang last starred in in SRT’s production of in 2008.


In the middle of the year, they’ll be following up with their first ever original production, Tango, with script written by Joel Tan. No idea what that one’s about yet, but Joel Tan has proven that he’s one of the most exciting new writers in the local theatre scene, so fingers crossed it’ll be good!


Finally, the team will wrap up their 2017 season with the Tony Award winning Best Musical Fun Home, based on Alison Bechdel’s autobiographical graphic novel of the same name (yes, the same Bechdel who originated the Bechdel Test, and who draws Dykes To Watch Out For)

With another thrilling season of productions coming up, we’re more excited than ever to catch every single one of them. We’ll be bringing you individual previews and reviews of the plays as they get released over the year, so keep your eyes peeled for more from us!

To purchase Pangdemonium’s 2017 Season ticket, head here


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