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Category: The Arts House

Review: Fika & Fishy by Patch and Punnet

★★★☆☆ (Performance attended 15/2/20) ‘Adult-oriented’ show about a friendship between pets stuck at crossroads between crass humour and an attempt at genuine emotion.  Remember waking up on weekends as a […]

Preview: Fika & Fishy by Patch and Punnet

Local theatre company Patch and Punnet rings in 2020 with a brand new show, following their two productions of their original work The Adventures of Abhijeet  in 2019. Now under W!ld […]

Review: Single Mothers by Dwayne Ng

★★★☆☆ (Performance attended 20/12/19) New play tackles the challenges of single motherhood, and shows potential for more.  Being a single mother certainly isn’t easy. On top of one’s actual obligations […]

Preview: Single Mothers by Dwayne Ng

Back at the tail end of 2017, we watched Patch and Punnet’s debut production 2042, which included a play titled A Mother’s Love by Dwayne Ng, and starring Ng and Alia Alkaff. […]

Review: Affections by The Assembly Point

★★☆☆☆ (Performance attended 5/12/19) New theatre collective shows potential, but lacks clear direction in this original triptych wandering and wondering about the nature of modern love.  It’s never too late […]

Review: Now She Lives by Hole in the Wall

New theatre collective finds the absurdity and banality of a millennial life. The existential crisis has evolved from being a condition experienced by the lunatic fringe, to what is practically […]

Review: StoryFest 2019 – Make Believe

The inherent power of the oral traditions imbues these age-old stories with an undeniable magic.  After our very positive experience with Storyfest in 2018, suffice to say, we were absolutely […]

Preview: StoryFest 2019 – Make Believe

After a thoroughly enchanting second edition last year, StoryFest: International Storytelling Festival Singapore is back this June for its third edition! Once again playing at The Arts House for a […]

Review: Always Every Time by Ground Z-0

Between living and dying, as presented by Ground Z-0. There are only two things that are certain in life – birth and death. With Always Every Time, Ground Z-0 presents the […]

Preview: Always Every Time by Ground Z-0

Following the site-specific Shadows IN The Walls at the National Gallery earlier this year, Ground Z-0 springs back onstage with a double-bill of works come end March. The relatively new theatre […]