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Month: April 2017

Review: Giselle by Teatro Di San Carlo

Hailing from Naples in the south of Italy, the world’s oldest opera house Teatro Di San Carlo presented a brilliant performance of Giselle at Mastercard Theatres this weekend. Often considered one of […]

Review: Twelfth Night by Original Impact

“If music be the food of love, play on.” The immortal lines mark the beginning of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, and in Original Impact’s latest production at the Blue Elephant Theatre, have never rang […]

Preview: Giselle by Teatro Di San Carlo

For one weekend only, Base Entertainment Asia and Mastercard Theatres will play host to the most ancient opera house in the world, Naples’ Teatro Di San Carlo, as they present […]

Preview: Twelfth Night by Original Impact

Original Impact is proud to present the latest playful take on Shakespeare’s classic cross-dressing comedy – Twelfth Night! Directed by Sam Dustan, Twelfth Night recounts the events after a horrific storm separates […]

Preview: Fatimah and her Magic Socks by The Esplanade

Esplanade’s 2017 PLAYtime! series features Fatimah and Her Magic Socks, adapted from the children’s book of the same name. Aimed at children aged 2-4 years old, Fatimah will convey the message of acceptance through […]

Review: Resilience dir. James Redford

How much impact does your childhood really have on you? Plenty, as Resilience, a short but effective film tracing the relationship between childhood trauma and its lasting health impacts well into […]

Review: La Cage Aux Folles by W!ld Rice

W!ld Rice has always been known to be one of the glitziest theatre companies in Singapore, but with its restaging of Harvey Fierstein’s La Cage Aux Folles, it can safely walk away […]

Preview: The Performance/Just Lose It

We fell in love with Fringe type shows this year, and with the summer season hot on our heels, there’s no better, brighter time to be alive than at upcoming […]

Review: Tropicana The Musical

What exactly was it like when we mention the swinging 60s then, in our island city? Tropicana The Musical is here to bring audiences a taste of the sex, freedom and glitz […]

Review: The Philanthropist at Trafalgar Studios

Written as a response to and subversion of Moliere’s The Misanthrope, Christopher Hampton’s hit 1970 comedy takes place in an alternate England, where outside the confines of a small, unnamed university town, […]

Preview: Tropicana The Musical (Part 2)

Some time ago we brought you a preview of the epic new production: Tropicana The Musical, featuring an all star cast and creative team. But now here’s even more reasons to […]