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Enter another world, one in which fact and fiction come together as you explore the underbelly of Joo Chiat.

29 January 2016
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A 12-hour event that gave us so much to think and dream about.

18 December 2015
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By Ian Ng We welcome fresh blood to the scene in the opening act for …

11 December 2015
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Trading in stiff tutus for formless costumes, these dancers pay their dues, taking us on a passage through contemporary dance.

7 December 2015
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For one night, you get to play fate and feast like a God. Sounds good? …

2 November 2015
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Film + TV

Don’t expect a documentary, follow the reflective musings of Arcade Fire and go with the flow.

18 November 2015
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Not only does The Connection reveal the toxic underbelly of a flawed law enforcement and judicial system, it also toys with the fact that nothing is ever just black or white, right or wrong.

26 May 2015
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The storylines might be too juvenile for you, but animated films are nothing short of a spectacle, and Oscar winner Big Hero 6 showed us just that.

2 April 2015
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2014 marked a leap in how women were represented in TV and film, but will 2015 keep it up?

12 March 2015
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Perhaps not the film for everyone, but Birdman indeed packs quite the punch in both cinematography and acting.

29 January 2015
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Music

All in all, the one word that can adequately summarise the gig experience has to be shiok.

4 March 2015
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It’s weird and you probably won’t be a fan immediately (or ever) but CHOPPA sure left an impression and gave new meaning to the word “music”.

10 February 2015
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Stepping up to the challenge of making up for the harshness in the mix, we’ll surely be hearing more from post rock and its frontrunners.

6 February 2015
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And here’s part two of our festival roundup of the night performances at St Jerome’s Laneway Festival 2015!

5 February 2015
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Theatre

A play that makes some way down the dark matters of life, reminding us of how powerful theatre can be as a craft delivering its message.

31 December 2015
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Just how interesting, exciting or appealing an ancient Japanese art form can be to the local masses? Very.

21 December 2015
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The Dollies could have afforded to make the dim sum pieces all the more delectable, with more attention to storytelling and the narrative.

8 June 2015
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The Dollies take us through 700 years of island history, in a whirlwind of sequins, feathers and 3-inch heels! Here’s your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show, join the giveaway in here.

28 May 2015
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Spanning from England to Scotland, from city to countryside, but with nothing more than a cast of four and a set composed of ladders, chairs and wardrobes, the result is delicious physical comedy.

28 April 2015
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