arts News

The Haque Collective
How newly-crowdfunded theatre troupe The Haque Collective raised over $20k for their debut show
They're the ones who brought us last month's The Jugular Vein
Kebaya Homies
No drama, just edgy performances when the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival returns next year
Singaporeans in space, a VR performance, secret theatre shows and more
War Horse 2019 © Brinkhoff & Mogenburg
Watch the National Theatre’s acclaimed play War Horse live in Singapore next April
Take along a bunch of tissues to weep into
Acosta Danza
Esplanade’s Dans Festival returns with a Carlos Acosta piece, workshops and more
Some of the biggest names in dance are coming to our shores
Ming-Mou Hsieh in La Boheme (photo credit: Kaohsiung Symphony Orchestra)
Catch an all-new Singlish opera show this October
Featuring both a “towkay” and a “chio bu”
Co-founders of Artwalk Singapore: A'shua Imran (left), Marianne Tan (right) Photo credits: Yusri Yusoff
How new initiative Artwalk Singapore is shining the spotlight on local street art
Spearheaded by two young, intrepid creatives
Frozen 2, 2019, Concept art, Lisa Keene © Disney
Experience the magic of Disney at ArtScience Museum’s new exhibition in October
Featuring artworks from the soon-to-be released Frozen 2
Lim Boon Keng
A new musical about the man who gave Boon Keng MRT its name is coming this October
Written by his great-granddaughter, playwright Stella Kon
The Jugular Vein
Watch a bachelorette party go awry at this new show coming end-September
A dark comedy presented by Singapore’s newest theatre troupe
The Sun is Also a Star (photo credit: Atsushi Nishijima/Warner Bros.)
What not to miss at Singapore Writers Festival 2019, returning this November
Take a meme class and study pop culture with Roxane Gay
 The Walls (detail), 2018-19 Produced at STPI – Creative Workshop & Gallery, Singapore © Pinaree Sanpitak / STPI Photo courtesy of the Artist and STPI
Re-examine the human body at Thai artist Pinaree Sanpitak’s latest exhibition
Giving the term “body of work” a whole new meaning
City Hall: If Walls Could Talk
Discover lesser-known stories about City Hall at this new multimedia exhibition
Take self-portrait shots and check out art using a digital social wall
Left: Master Yong Cheong Thye; right: Artist Malik Mazlan (Photo: NHB)
How artist Malik Mazlan is redefining the art of calligraphy with technology
The performance aspect of calligraphy is reaching new audiences with the use of virtual reality
Caught
Meet Chinese subversive artist Lin Bo at this immersive theatre experience
Expect to be all caught-up by the end of the night
Singapore Writers Festival 2018
Singapore Writers Festival returns this November with a rap battle and Singlish lectures
Expect plenty of award-winning writers to grace the event too
Borg vs. McEnroe
Find 8 gripping films at the first-ever Nordic Film Festival this September
Including a Swedish biopic, Finnish comedy and nothing from Iceland
Emily of Emerald Hill
Wild Rice celebrates its new theatre's grand opening with 4 riveting plays
Plenty of shows to keep you occupied this year-end
Urinetown: The Musical
Pangdemonium returns with a splash to stage crude yet comical musical Urinetown
Come for the toilet jokes, stay for the social commentary
Late-Night Texting 2018
Late-Night Texting returns end-August with over 25 performances across 2 nights
Don’t miss the opportunity to partake in an interactive dating simulation
Hossan Leong
Hossan Leong on his final stand-up show and what lies ahead for him
Perhaps he’ll even direct next year’s NDP
Eat Duck
New play Eat Duck is a look at unfamiliar rites and rituals through a funeral
Based on the playwright's real-life experiences
Whispers by Light Society
Highlights to catch at Singapore Night Festival 2019, returning end-August
Including a 12-min wind therapy session that's simply a breeze to appreciate