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PREVIEW: Hotel by W!ld Rice

Made your reservation for the most exciting staycation yet? Headlining this year’s edition of the Singapore Theatre Festival is none other the winner of this year’s Production of the Year […]

National Gallery – Common Grounds (25-26 June)

We previously attended the National Gallery’s Common Grounds Open House on 11 June, greeted with Lindy Hop dancers, Chinese Calligraphy artists and fascinating talks. This weekend, Common Grounds returns once […]

Café by Joel Tan [17/6/16]

We’re back at the Twenty-Something Theatre Festival for its second week, and we heard that tickets are almost completely sold out for all four productions! It’s a very exciting weekend, […]

REVIEW: Trees, A Crowd… 11/6/16

The inaugural twenty something theatre festival began this week, and we were really excited to cover it! We marathoned all four plays today, and we’re going to review the headline […]

REVIEW: Gentle Bones 10/6/16

Gentle Bones, aka Joel Tan is just 22 years old, and he’s already managed to have two sold out shows at the Esplanade (when Les Miserables is playing next door!) […]

REVIEW: Ghost Writer by The Necessary Stage [9/6/16]

    Following the success of Manifesto, the Necessary Stage returns to present Ghost Writer, a multimedia performance that seamlessly combines dance, theatre, music and videography to create a rich visual and sensual experience. […]

An Insight to Churn Creamery

Churn Creamery 4th June 2016 Churn has been open for about 9 months now, and this is the first time we decided to drop by. Some photos of their ‘puffones’ […]

Review: Falling by Pangdemonium

Falling 28/5/16 8pm Pangdemonium returns for their second show of the season with another play about disabilities, following hot on the heels of last year’s Tribes. This time, the focus […]

Meenah & Cheenah

Dream Academy – Meenah and Cheenah – 14 May 2016, 4Pm (Matinee) It’s surprising how this hasn’t happened till now, but Dream Academy has finally United two of singapore’a best […]

Romeo and Juliet by SRT (27/4/16)

It’s 2016, and countries across the world are celebrating the Bard’s 400th birthday. Singapore is no different, and SRT has decided to celebrate with a performance of Romeo and Juliet […]

The Blue Man Group

  The Blue Man Group is an utter mystery, combining comedy, theatre and dance into a single energetic performance. They’ve done well on Broadway and Las Vegas for 25 years, […]

The Interview with SRT’s Romeo and Juliet

In their 9th edition of Shakespeare in the  Park, Singapore Repertory Theatre presents the timeless tragedy of star crossed lovers: Romeo and Juliet. Romeo and Juliet is a personal favourite […]