Watch a quiet evening take an unexpected turn when a special delivery shows up unannounced

Singapore-based independent theatre collective Impromptu Meetings is finally staging its first proper live production since its inception during the pandemic.

Happening at Goodman Arts Centre’s Black Box from Dec 3-6, The Lobby is a 75mins performance that follows the story of two employees at a rundown inner city hostel.

Starring theatre folks Cheryl Tan and Miriam Cheong, the two girls are night shift employees going about their daily evening routine. But when they discover that one of the bags in the lobby contains an obscenely large amount of cash, the workers are sent into a panic, with the opportunity of turning against one another.

A concept that was derived from Impromptu Meetings’ Idea Bootcamp, the play operates on the principles of spontaneous ideation and collaborative development.

And most importantly, The Lobby is actually a droll and frank look at class relations in Singapore.

So before it’s too late, grab your tickets to this intriguing new production to find out how it all ends.


More information available here.