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Category: Pangdemonium

Review: Late Company by Pangdemonium

Emotional, poignant drama unfolds at the worst dinner ever.  Dinner parties can be absolute nightmares. But dinner parties aimed to make peace with the parents who bullied your son into […]

Preview: Late Company by Pangdemonium

This February, Pangdemonium opens their 2019 season of past tense/future perfect with Canadian playwright Jordan Tannahill’s Late Company, in its Asian premiere.Centering around the issue of bullying is a poignant one, as […]

Review: Dragonflies by Pangdemonium (2018)

Strong performances from returning cast members’ chemistry keeps Dragonflies in flight.  Receiving critical acclaim at the Life! Theatre Awards after it premiered at the 2017 Singapore International Festival of the […]

Preview: Dragonflies by Pangdemonium

In the not so distant future, storms will rage and civilisation itself will be sent into disarray. As the world begins to collapse, one man finds himself at a crossroads, […]

Review: The Father by Pangdemonium!

Same same but different – Pangdemonium’s The Father is a terrifying take on dementia as seen through one man’s eyes.  Florian Zeller’s The Father is a difficult play to watch. Not […]

Preview: The Father by Pangdemonium!

Tackling the theme of Hope and Home this year, Pangdemonium’s 2018 season is starting off on an incredibly poignant note as they present the Singaporean premiere of Florian Zeller’s Moliere […]

Preview: Pangdemonium’s 2018 Season

How time flies! In the flash of an eye, it’s already November, and as we’re fast approaching the end of the year, we’ve started thinking about what’s in store for […]