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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The play is a reminder that “normal” is but a label attached to these students, as stereotypical and unnecessary as any other.

21 April 2015
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We caught up with Faith Ng, playwright for Checkpoint’s Theatre’s production, Normal, and she talks about how being “normal” isn’t enough, not in Singapore.

13 April 2015
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The journey of Titoudao is more than a tale of nostalgia or street entertainment; it’s also a story about the paying of dues and overcoming challenges posed by society.

16 March 2015
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High art it is not, but cabaret entertainment it sure is.

9 March 2015
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Pangdemonium once again successfully entertains with lots of laughs and good vibes, with 2015’s opening number, Circle Mirror Transformation.

9 February 2015
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A simple and straightforward story backed with dance and song – it’s no wonder CATS is one of the greatest musicals of all time.

23 January 2015
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