Review: Angkat by Teater Ekamatra

The word ‘angkat’, in Malay, literally means to ‘carry’. In the context of Teater Ekamatra’s final show of 2017 of the same name, ‘angkat’ specifically refers to the concept of adoptive […]

Review: Resolute by Xin Yi Dance Company

In the Xin Yi Dance Company’s latest performance, there’s an intensity to that keeps our eyes completely focused on the stage at all times. Described as a ‘dance drama’, Resolute follows a […]

Review: Neo Dance HK X Singapore

Contemporary dance, for us, is often a love-hate relationship. There are times where movements are so abstract, they frustrate with their opaque qualities, yet there are times dances are performed […]

London’s Most Unique Theatres

London may be better known for its theatrical performances than any other city on Earth. New York City is the only real competitor that comes to mind, and London has […]

Review: Sure on the Shining Night

When one thinks of Christmas, music and song undoubtedly come to mind, whether it’s Christmas carollers going door to door, sitting in church listening to the choir, or simply the […]

Review: Mountains May Depart dir. Jia Zhangke

Jia Zhangke is a legend of 6th generation Chinese filmmakers. Having made a name for himself with naturally shot, gripping social realism films, Mountains May Depart marks a new career high, delivering […]

Preview: True Colours Festival 2018

It’s honestly rare to see disabled people in the arts scene. Every so often, along comes an incredible performer like theatre performer Ramesh Meyyappan, or a work that attempts to show […]

Preview: Angkat by Teater Ekamatra

She may be away in Goldsmiths pursuing an MFA, but playwright Nabilah Said will be having her newest Malay work presented this December by Teater Ekamatra. Titled Angkat, the play was […]