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Preview: Kotor by -wright Assembly

“What you allow is what will continue.” This March, coinciding with International Women’s Day, artist collective -wright Assembly have gathered both male and female artists specialising in multiple art disciplines […]

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 […]

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 […]

Preview: LumiNation by The Arts House

Coinciding with the nation’s 53rd birthday, the Arts House presents LumiNation, an all new programme showcasing a series of carefully curated events that explore just what it means to be a Singaporean. In […]

Review: Traditionally Speaking by Bhumi Collective

Get schooled with Bhumi Collective’s very first lecture-performance about traditional cultural dance forms.  In Bhumi Collective’s latest production, they’re breaking new ground as they deviate from plays to explore the […]

Preview: Traditionally Speaking by Bhumi Collective

Bhumi Collective strides into 2018 with an all new series of works, utilising the performance-lecture medium to deliver a series of performances aimed at colliding research, process and performance. For the very first […]

Artist Spotlight: Performer Iain Gibbons

We’ve seen actor Iain Gibbons in many a fringe show now, from Rounds at the Blue Elephant Theatre to America’s No.1 Detective Agency off at the Drayton Arms Pub, and he’s […]

Review: Human+ by Khairul Kamsani

How will we take our smartphone addicted culture to new heights in the future? Emerging theatre maker Khairul Kamsani brings back his 2014 speculative play Human+ with a new cast, a new […]