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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: A $ingapore Carol by W!ld Rice

The Dickensian holiday classic gets a Singaporean twist There are few shows more quintessential to Christmas than Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, having received countless adaptations and stagings each holiday […]

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: 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 […]

Review: Master Race by Myle Yan Tay

A simple yet strong premise that sets the foundation for a better play in future One of the most pertinent events to have surrounded the issue of race is perhaps […]

Review: Provenance by Autopoetics

A well-paced, tightly scripted first outing for Autopoetics. Founded by local arts educators Chelsea Crothers, Laura Hayes and Maiya Murphy, Autopoetics is the latest theatre collective to arrive on our […]

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 […]