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A digital exploration on the subject of Privacy by 8 artists from around the world....

Abyss invites the audience to share in the visceral experience of sorrow....

What makes a self?...

SIFA X: Intermission shows pockets of urgent non-conformity and disobedience in a suppressive environment....

Adele Wong finds historical resonance and contemporary creativity in the circus-inspired innovations of MATERIA and Humans 2....

Jerome Ng re-examines the notion of learning in The School, a work of experiential theatre that unveils the gap between what we say and how we really feel....

Nur Arianty thrills to the immense physicality and emotion of BLKDOG, and how it stays true to Hip-hop’s roots as social commentary prioritising marginalised voices....

Hong Xinyi tests the ties that bind in Love Divine....

Realm of Silk and NEW-ILLUSION use different forms of technology to explore new strategies in performance-making....

Can power co-exist with play?...

Heng Jia Min refracts Privacy’s exploration of humanity’s complex and consuming relationship with the digital realm’s all-seeing eye, through her own lens....

Archiving memories, canon-making, provocation — Tracey Toh takes a closer look at the documentary impulses in A Day, 2023 and SIFA X: there is no future in nostalgia....

Adeeb Fazah speaks to Centre 42’s Robin Loon and Casey Lim about how the golden age of 1990s Singapore theatre can inform future evolutions....

Keshia Naurana Badalge steps into the shoes of the 1% in Ontroerend Goed’s £¥€$, and rolls the dice....

Keshia Naurana Badalge takes heart from Pompeii‘s meditations on loss, grief and grace, as she contemplates the shadows of mortality....

Jon Lin Chua traces how the recursive narrative, musical and visual structures of Angel Island connect historical injustices to our present moment....

NEW-ILLUSION invites you to step into that mysterious space of intrigue where reality and fiction blur into each other on stage.

Humans 2....

Learn a new way to use acrobatics by exploring the movement principles of the scene Why So Serious...

This workshop will provide space for participants to experiment with video projection as a starting point to understanding and utilising EIZO-Theatre.

Pompeii plays out on a live soundstage, in which the lives of an imagined apartment building’s inhabitants materialize before us.

Traditional Thai music and contemporary dance practice intertwine to examine the body as a political site and the sociopolitical power of dance.

Step into The School, and join fellow participants on a series of communal assemblies, group lessons, solo journeys, unexpected assignments...

What can a bunch of talkative rice cookers tell us about the past twenty years of Korean history?

Exploring English as the predominant language of political power, Lolling & Rolling is a powerful one-man show that traces the shadow of linguistic...

In this performance of self-portraiture, Muna Tseng, a distinguished woman artist in the 70th year of her life, reflects on her career, from her days of being a young artist carving out her identity w...

CÉ LA VI, Singapore’s iconic club space pinnacling Marina Bay Sands sets the stage for LOVE DIVINE...

Olivier Award-winning choreographer Botis Seva and his powerhouse company Far From The Norm are heading to Singapore with BLKDOG and offering a specially curated workshop for local dancers....

BLKDOG is street dance as you’ve never seen it before....

In this game-inspired immersive and participatory performance, award-winning theatre company Ontroerend Goed invites you to become part of the super-rich, the elite 1% who control the global economy....

In this workshop, participants are invited to explore a safe creative space, their body, psyche, memories with Muna and Irene.

Discover the intriguing amid the mundane, in this multidisciplinary installation...

'Han' (한) is a unique Korean emotion containing an ineffable anger that resists articulation or translation.

In this remarkable performance of object theatre, Andrea Salustri explores the possibilities of polystyrene, one of the most common form of plastic.

A one-of-a-kind performance which intersects the worlds of visual art, performance and technology, Realm of Silk is an investigation of the collaborative potential of human and robot.

Centre 42 presents a collection of new performances devised by its resident artists and invited guests.

Inspired by poetry inscribed on the walls of the titular immigration station, Angel Island is a music-theatre performance weaving a story of immigration, discrimination, and confinement, bringing hist...

ABYSS is an elegy expressing the sorrow of human emotions, consisting of joy, anger, sorrow, and pleasure, presented through dance as if it were a song.

The future is female – and so is the past, as depicted by these portraits of girls as unlikely warriors.

Where does “AI” end and “we” begin? Artist and researcher Sougwen Chung’s ever-evolving work in human and machine collaboration builds upon a decade-long international journey.

So, here’s the thing....
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