Yes, the Speak Good English Movement continues yet again but this time, expect something out of the ordinary: a touring fashion showcase made out of... sticky notes? Find out more about the inspiration in this post.
Homosexuality, existentialism, bigotry, racism, sluts who steal your boyfriends, post-college quarter life crises, unrequited love and more first world problems… heavy issues to tackle in any art form, but there is one musical, yes, musical, that manages to deliver that and more in the form of crass cursing puppets in a parallel world known as Avenue Q.
Everyone remembers that iconic giant blow-up bunny, Walter, guarding the entrance of the Singapore Art Museum with his pensive, yet surprisingly evocative presence. Now Dawn Ng, the brainchild behind WALTER and various other works such as BlackOut 2009’s I fly like paper get high like planes, is back once again – this time, to show…
Commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Halia Restaurant at the Ginger Garden in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, Singapore Cultural Medallion for visual arts awardee and water-colourist, Ong Kim Seng, as well as a handful of his students have been invited to exhibit a range of works at Villa Halia from the 30th August to 16th September.
It’s been running for close to two decades, yet it’s still touted as a uniquely interactive and beautiful production. Slava’s Snow Show is giving something special and getting that ‘special’ right. Catch the snow spectacle at Marina Bay Sands from now till 9 September.
With increased calls to bring arts to a more community-based level, The Heart Throb Project aims to bring raw emotion and work back to the forefront. We speak with founder Jeremy Tan on how the expression of art is more important than its commercialisation.
The unrelenting search for her parents leads her to billionaire, Oliver Warbucks. He offers a reward to help locate her parents, and what ensues is hilarious, meaningful exchanges that tug at the heartstrings of many.
LIFE! Theatre Awards "Best Original Script" winner Jean Tay takes on a subject close to every true-blue Singaporean's heart - Land. BOOM puts our property woes into perspective, through tales we have been familiar with. The ageing heartlander (Fanny Kee) - unwilling to sell the home she has grown to love. The conniving property agent (Andrew Lua) - eager to make a quick buck and the idealistic civil servant (Erwin Shah Ismail) - assigned with the herculean task of relocating graves.
We went to the Singapore premiere of A Chorus Line, a Broadway musical about dancers auditioning to be in the chorus line in a Broadway musical. If you are confused, don't be: timeless themes of struggle and success are what this show champions. Read our review here.