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Category: Goodman Arts Centre

Preview: Charlie by Bhumi Collective

After not one but two successful runs overseas at the On the Rocks Festival and Edinburgh Student Arts Festival (winning the Best Performing Artist Award) in 2017, Bhumi Collective will finally […]

Review: Stupid Cupid by Patch and Punnet

A space-time continuum busting series of parodies that makes for a successful second outing for this youth theatre group.  Staged in a small, intimate living room space above brand new […]

Preview: Stupid Cupid by Patch and Punnet

After an intriguing debut work at the end of 2017, youth theatre company Patch and Punnet return to the scene with an all new, original work this August. Titled Stupid Cupid, the […]

Review: The Taste of Water by Bound Theatre

A promising youth theatre performance following Bound Theatre’s year long hiatus. Youth theatre occupies an interesting space in any theatre scene, dancing on the margins where they are neither considered […]

Preview: The Taste of Water by Bound Theatre

Formed in 2011, young, self-funded local theatre company Bound Theatre has produced five productions over the seven years since their inception. Aiming to create honest theatre to tell personal stories about […]

Review: 2042 by Patch and Punnet

Could millennials ever survive a war? That is the central question Patch and Punnet attempt to answer in their newest work, as they bring the 2017 theatre season to a […]

Preview: 2042 by Patch and Punnett

It’s better late than never as Singapore’s newest theatre company on the block makes their debut at the end of December at Goodman Arts Centre. Described as ‘by millennials, for […]

Preview: 慢慢走 – Walk Slowly by RAW Moves

What is our everyday? This is the overarching question posed in the second iteration of interdisciplinary collaborators Ebelle Chong, Neo Hong Chin and Pat Toh’s 慢慢走 – Walk Slowly. As part […]

Preview: Mother I (2) by Ver Theatre

This National Day weekend, Ver Theatre presents their new production Mother I (2), the second in their Mother I series after a successful first run at the Substation.A multilingual devised performance […]