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Review: Milieu 2018 by Frontier Danceland

Two new dance works that showcase both artistic vision and immense physical skill from Frontier Danceland Frontier Danceland never lets up in their ability to push their dancers to new limits – in their annual year end showcase Milieu, the contemporary dance company presents two all new choreographies that are challenging both physically and artistically,

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Preview: Bost-Uni Plues by Ugly Bucket

LONDON – Playing as part of the Blue Elephant Theatre’s Elephantology Festival for new companies and graduates, Ugly Bucket theatre is presenting their new play Bost-Uni Plues!  Everyone says that university is the best three years of your life. The only problem is – what’s the comedown going to be like once you graduate? Based on the

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Preview: ear for eye by the Royal Court Theatre

LONDON – “Marchin’ days is over man.” ear for eye presents the newest work from Olivier and BAFTA Award-winning writer and director debbie tucker green, now considered one of theatre’s most original and internationally acclaimed voices. green has previously worked on plays for the Royal Court, including a profoundly affectionate, passionate devotion to someone (-noun), hang, truth & reconciliation, and random. In this

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Preview: Milieu 2018 by Frontier Danceland

After their annual mid-year showcase at Sides 2018. Frontier Danceland ends off their 2018 season with the annual Milieu 2018, as they present a new double bill of work at the Esplanade Theatre Studio this November. Focusing on closely incorporating the concept of sound and aural elements into the performance, Milieu 2018 will invite two international artists to

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Preview: So Bad by Wild Surmise (Clapham Fringe 2018)

LONDON – Brand new theatre company Wild Surmise makes their theatrical debut this week as part of Clapham Fringe 2018! Formed in September 2017, the company aims to produce and promote new writing and new talent, and will be presenting the premiere of Duncan Turner’s screwball comedy-thriller So Bad. Says writer/producer Duncan Turner, who also writes

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Museum Musings: Embodiment | Sentience at The Private Museum

In conservative Singapore, it’s next to impossible to find an exhibition dedicated almost entirely to a gallery of nudes. But perhaps that’s where The Private Museum comes into the picture, most recently daring to do the extraordinary, and providing an avenue for art on the margins to be displayed in its fully glory. Commemorating the

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Nine Years Theatre’s Lear Is Dead 李尔亡: An Interview with Nelson Chia and Timothy Wan

There is more than a passing similarity to Shakespeare’s King Lear and a certain recently deceased leader from our very own country. Besides being former heads of a nation and possessing three children, Lear, when translated to Mandarin, also happens to begin with the Chinese character 李, or ‘Lee’. Appropriately enough then, for their very

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Preview: Like Lions by Pregnant Fish Theatre (Clapham Fringe 2018)

LONDON – As part of the Clapham Fringe 2018, Pregnant Fish Theatre premieres Like Lions, a brand new play about the everyday struggles of UK millennials this October. Over the last year, Pregnant Fish Theatre conducted a series of workshops with 25 – 34 year-olds around the UK, giving participants opportunities to discuss their hopes, fears and thoughts about their own futures.

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Television Time: Strictly Come Dancing (Series 16)

At 16 series strong, the latest series of Emmy and BAFTA award-winning entertainment show Strictly Come Dancing waltzes back onto BBC Lifestyle (StarHub ch 432) this coming Sunday. Armed with more sparkle, glitz and glamour than ever, the series will premiere exclusively on BBC Lifestyle (StarHub ch 432) with a red-carpet launch special on Sunday, 30 September 2018,

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Preview: Lear Is Dead (李尔亡) by Nine Years Theatre

“We used to think power is our life’s goal, forgetting that wisdom is what our lives are founded upon.” Following their reimagination of Strindberg’s Miss Julie earlier this year, Nine Years Theatre will present their third and final production of the season with another reimagination of a theatre classic: Shakespeare’s King Lear. For Nine Years Theatre,

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