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Preview: Goodman Open House 2019

This June holidays, the annual Goodman Open House is back to welcome one and all for a day of family-friendly arts from the artist tenants of Goodman Arts Centre, Singapore’s […]

Review: Ghost Call by RAW Moves

A call to reduce the distance technology has created. In the age of Tinder, WhatsApp, and other social media applications, the need to ever meet someone else in person for […]

Preview: Ghost Call by RAW Moves

A call with no one on the other line.  An accidental call you didn’t mean to make.  Wrongly addressed letters.  With the conclusion of their 2018/19 season themed around ‘Competition’, […]

Review: Charlie by Bhumi Collective

A brief encounter with a true innocent. In the wake of politically-charged, tumultuous events such as the rise of Brexit and POTUS Trump, the world as we know it has […]

Review: liTHE 2018 by T.H.E Second Company

Three works that showcase T.H.E Second Company’s progress. T.H.E Dance Company’s semi-professional wing, T.H.E Second Company, presented the 7th edition of liTHE last weekend, showcasing some of the brightest up […]

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: Close Company by RAW Moves

RAW Moves embarks on a mission to find the connection between bodies. There’s a scene early on in Close Company where the audience hears the sound of a moving train, reminding […]

Preview: Close Company by RAW Moves

RAW Moves returns this October with yet another genre busting experimental dance performance. Collaborating with Australian, Adelaide-based artist Alison Currie, the premiere of Close Company will continue their 2018 theme of Competition, […]

Preview: Hullabaloo at the Artground

Following the 100 and 100 More Festival, The Artground returns with a brand new programme this September. Titled Hullabaloo, the four month programme promises visitors an explosion of colours, patterns and shapes sure […]

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 […]