Category: Theatre

Preview: Bulan Madu – A Double Bill by Teater Ekamatra

Teater Ekamatra celebrates their 30th anniversary this year, and the number of productions they’re putting up just doesn’t seem to stop. This October, as part of Malay CultureFest 2018, they’ll be putting up a double bill of two of playwright Alfian Sa’at’s Malay plays, both of which have received rave reviews when they played across

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Preview: Asian Youth Theatre Festival 2018

After a rousing inaugural edition last year at *SCAPE, the heart of Singapore’s youth scene, the Asian Youth Theatre Festival returns for its second run, this time heading up north and taking place at venue partner Republic Polytechnic. Presented by Buds Youth Theatre, for one weekend in November, youth theatre companies from Singapore and the

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M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2019: Still Waters

In January 2019, the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is returning for its 15th edition! Announcing the programme in a launch party at the Esplanade Annexe Studio yesterday, this year, the annual arts festival has curated works that respond to or parallel Singaporean artist Suzann Victor’s Still Waters, the second time the festival will be adopting

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West End Bares 2018: Top Off The Pops

LONDON – It’s time to get naked and show a little skin as the ever popular West End Bares returns to London this October! Set once again to be a titillating, sold out affair, the ninth edition happening this year brings the show to the brand new location of the Shaftesbury Theatre, and take on

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Preview: Southernmost – One Table Two Chairs Project 2018 presented by Emergency Stairs

Building on from the success of their inaugural Southernmost Project launched in 2017, Emergency Stairs returns with the 2018 edition of the experimental theatre festival this November. Taking its name from traditional Chinese opera’s convention of ‘southern’ stages and the one table two chairs performance format, the Southernmost Project was conceptualised as an “arts festival

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Preview: Provenance by Autopoetics

This October, SOTA, NAFA and NUS teachers Chelsea Crothers, Laura Hayes and Maiya Murphy are coming together to form Autopoetics, as the three physical theatre practitioners debut onto the scene with a brand new performance – Provenance.  The concept behind Provenance was when Laura Hayers devised the idea of a (play)box, mixing and curating objects, images, sounds and

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Review: Because it’s Fun by The Fool Theatre

Bullying comes in all forms, and at times, in the most surprising of ways. Far too often, it is children and teenagers who are crueler than adults, not realising the extent of their actions done ‘because it’s fun’. New theatre company The Fool Theatre (TFT) debuts onto our local scene with a brand new, original

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The Fool Theatre’s Because it’s Fun: An Interview with Director Xavier Kang and Actress Audrey Luo

The Fool Theatre (TFT) is the newest company on the block to join our ever growing local arts scene. Founded by Xavier Kang and Tung Ka Wai, TFT debuts this weekend with their inaugural production – an original script titled Because Its Fun! Written by Tung Ka Wai, Because Its Fun is set in a local

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Big Top, Big Fun: The Great Moscow Circus Has Arrived In Town!

The world famous Great Moscow Circus has returned to Singapore for the first time in over ten years! While performances will only begin on the 25th of October, the family of circus professionals has already set up at Bayfront Avenue as they rehearse, practise and publicise in the leadup to opening night – all under

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Preview: Nursery Crimes by SRT’s The Little Company

Remember reciting nursery rhymes like Humpty Dumpty or Old King Cole? Singapore Repertory Theatre’s The Little Company is about to let you relive all of that and put a fresh take on them with their new show – Nursery Crimes. Nursery Crimes follows a girl named Polly Piper who, bored out of her wits, laments being “anywhere

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