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Month: May 2017

Preview: Forbidden City by SRT

What really happened in the Forbidden City over a century ago?  Who was the real Dowager Empress? The Dragon Lady of myth? Or a misunderstood victim of circumstance? Singapore Repertory […]

Preview: Goodwood Park Durian Fiesta 2017

Goodwood Park’s beloved Durian Fiesta returns once again this year, featuring all of their favourite scrumptious desserts and more. Made from only the most premium D24 and Mao Shan Wang […]

Review: After the Storm dir. Hirokazu Kore-eda

Hirokazu Kore-eda, in his 28 year film career, has established himself as the foremost master of Japanese realist cinema. From his beginnings in 1998’s After Life to more recent hits such as […]

Review: Driftwood by Casus

The 2017 Underbelly Festival presented the London-premiere of Australian circus company’s thrilling new show Driftwood. Coming into London as part of their UK tour of the show, Driftwood received rave reviews at the […]

Review: Life of Galileo by Young Vic

Following his successful production of A Season In The Congo in 2013, award-winning director Joe Wright returns to the Young Vic with Bertolt Brecht’s classic play Life of Galileo. A challenging piece […]

Preview: Taha at the Young Vic

Written and performed by Palestinian thespian Amer Hlehel and directed by Young Vic Associate Artist Amir Nizar Zuabi, Taha tells the incredible story of Palestinian poet Taha Muhammed Ali, following their previous […]

Preview: Cirque Du Soleil – Kooza

Cirque du Soleil’s absence is never felt for long, returning to Singapore time and again with more fantastic gravity-defying, mesmerizing performances. This time around, they’re back with KOOZA, an intimate affair presented at […]

Preview: Boeing Boeing by W!ld Rice

2017 seems to be the year W!ld Rice is bringing back some of their biggest hits to date: first La Cage, and now the phenomenal Boeing Boeing! Since its Parisian […]

Preview: Cosentino – Anything Is Possible

Death-defying Australian magician Paul Cosentino comes to Singapore with a brand new, internationally renowned show, with state of the art production value, impressive lighting and explosive pyrotechnics. Anything is Possible will […]

Review: Legends by Hammer and Tongs Theatre

Lately, all kinds of media have seen a renewed interest in Norse mythology, be it Marvel’s live-action adaptation of Thor or Neil Gaiman’s interpretation of the mythos in his 2017 book simply titled Norse […]

Gaston Luga: The Backpack

We’ve always loved Scandinavian design. From sleek, minimalist furniture to other quirky, surprisingly useful products, there’s just something irresistibly alluring about the Scandinavians style. The Swedish of course, are at the […]