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Metaphors Be With You is a spoken-word personal story showcase held bimonthly at Haque Centre of Acting & Creativity. Interested participants will submit a true, personal story according to a given theme. Our curators will choose the best seven entries to be presented in front of a live audience in an intimate studio. The theme for the next show is Scars & Tattoos. Metaphors Be With You has garnered a growing stream of supporters over our last eleven series. Every…
Enjoy popular pieces such as River Flows in You and Kiss the Rain by Korean contemporary classical composer and pianist Yiruma this February.
Don't miss Guns N' Roses as they perform live in Singapore this February. Prepare to be starstrucked by Axl Rose and former members Slash and Duff.
Be sure to catch The Philippine Madrigal Singers as they showcase their vocal prowess once again under the direction of choirmaster Mark Anthony Carpio.
Catch Chicago The Musical as it comes to Singapore. Go back in time to the 1920s where a nightclub singer and double-murderess fight to keep from death row.
In this workshop, take a piece of text and develop it into a finished performance. Look at character development, script analysis and planning.
Witness the talents of Abigail and Jun Hong and faculty from the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, Prof Thomas Hecht and Ng Yu-Ying at Side by Side.
Don't miss Explosions In The Sky as they return to Singapore for their first ever headline show on 3 March 2017 at The Coliseum.
Enjoy a night of classical pieces at Homage this March and witness the talents of violinist Yew Shan and conductor Yeh Tsung.
Enjoy pop-up dinners, cooking demonstrations by MasterChef Asia Judge Chef Audra Morrice and more at the Laguna Phuket Food & Music Festival.
Be sure to catch popular French rock band La Femme as they make their live debut at SCAPE in Singapore this coming March.
Catch the critically acclaimed Calendar Girls by Tim Firth, a delightful comedic drama that speaks of the power of community and friendship.
ACT 3 International invites audiences on an exhilarating musical roller-coaster of sorts with Crazy Classics with Sid Bowfin this February to March.
Global superstar Adele will visit Australia for the very first time in February and March, 2017 to perform a series of special stadium concerts in a unique 360º in-the-round production. Designed to create intimacy, the tour venues will feature reserved seating on both the playing arenas and the grandstands. The award-winning travel retailer Flight Centre Singapore is the official retail partner for Adele's tour and will be offering packages including accommodation and tickets to the events.
Relieve the glorious days of country music and line dance at Yee-Ha! Singapore, a two-day fiesta of music friendship and food.
SSO Associate Conductor Jason Lai gives an exciting new spin with Jason's Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra this coming March.
Go back in time at The Necessary Stage's production of Those Who Can’t, Teach and witness the madcap lives of teachers and students in a secondary school.
Be sure to be part of the inaugural Singapore Festival of Fun at Clarke Quay this March. Be entertained by street jugglers, unicyclists and more.
Celebrate magic, spirit and family fun as an extraordinary lineup of Disney stories come to life right before your eyes at Disney on Ice.
Be enchanted and blown away by Coppélia that tells of young man who falls in love with a beautiful life-sized mechanical doll, Coppélia.
Winner of Best Production and Best Original Script at the 2007 Life! Theatre Awards, this new Mandarin production of Fundamentally Happy is translated and directed by Nelson Chia, Artistic Director of Nine Years Theatre. It features a cast and creative team including respected performer Lok Meng Chue paired with Timothy Wan as Habiba and Eric, with set, lighting and sound designs by Wong Chee Wai, Liu Yong Huay and Ng Jing. An unflinching look at the personal and emotional issues…
Catch Romeo and Juliet by The Royal Shakespeare Company and a live screening of Othello from the UK this March at Dulwich College.
Be sure to catch Constellations by Nick Payne, a love story set in the landscape of string theory as it premieres in Singapore this March.
Groove along to a mix of trip hop, techno, soulful, tribal and other sub-genres of house music at One More Time – A Tribute to Zouk at Jiak Kim Street.
In 1999, The Necessary Stage presented Completely With/Out Character, a docu-theatre monologue devised by Paddy Chew, in collaboration with playwright Haresh Sharma and director Alvin Tan. The monologue was a candid account of Paddy’s experiences as the first individual to come out as a person living with HIV in Singapore. Unfortunately, Paddy passed on a few months after the end of the production. Since then, although medical advancements now allow HIV-positive individuals to lead relatively normal lives, the ignorance and…
Get excited as Coldplay comes to Singapore this coming April for just one exclusive show at the Singapore National Stadium.
Get ready for the Singapore International Jazz Festival this March, featuring multiple Grammy Award winners such as Corrinne Bailey Rae and David Foster.
Enjoy this powerful and moving story about the bond between a grandparent and his grandchild at ITSY - The Musical this March.
This Chord and Others is a comedy about friendship and a witty exploration of identity through the eyes of three young men, Sukdev, Gerald and Thomas. The three friends work together and enjoy spending time with one another, until a job promotion and office talent time come between them, leading the men to discover new truths and challenges about their race, religion, background and friendship. First staged in 1991, and last performed in 2000, This Chord & Others is one…
Groove along to the world's greatest hits such as Can't Buy Me Love, Let it Be, Hey Jude, Imagine with Boys in the Band this April.
Be sure to catch pop powerhouse group Fifth Harmony as they come to Singapore for the first time this April. Enjoy top hits such as That’s My Girl.
First produced in 1994, this version of Haresh Sharma’s Hope is adapted into Malay by Zulfadli Rashid. Hope (Harap) is directed by Mohd Fared Jainal and features a stellar cast which includes Sani Hussin, Siti Hajar Abd Gani, Fir Rahman, Hirzi Zulkiflie and Nur Zakiah Bte Mohd Fared. This play is performed in Malay, with English subtitles. 1hr 30mins with no intermission, and contains some mature content. Recommended for 16 years and above.
Featuring characters who are as broken as they are illuminated, and as doomed as they are hopeful, this work is devised and developed with a strong ensemble of female performers – Chelsea Crothers, Chng Xin Xuan, Grace Kalaiselvi, Lina Yu and Wendi Wee Hian – all of whom come from exciting training backgrounds ranging from the Viewpoints Method of Actor Training to traditional Asian art forms. Together they revisit the somewhat faded landscapes of their collective memory, pass through familiar…
Normal tells the story of Ashley and Daphne who are Secondary 5 Normal Academic students struggling to cope with the pressure to perform.
Laugh, cry and discover people, stories and music with Tropicana The Musical as it goes back in time to 1968 in Singapore.
Be sure to catch La Cage Aux Folles, a heart-warming musical about one family's struggle to stay together, stay fabulous and stay true to themselves.
Get the kids excited with Poultry Tales this April, a fun and interactive musical production of feathered friends in a farmyard.
Look forward to one of UK’s most successful comedians Russell Howard as he visits Singapore for the first time as part of this biggest global comedy tour.
Following the recent release of Sting’s highly anticipated rock/pop album “57th & 9th” English singer-songwriter STING, performing live in Singapore 2017.