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WEAVE: A Multidisciplinary Playground

July 6 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm

WEAVE: A Multidisciplinary Playground presents an array of acts, including mesmerising musical performances, thought-provoking spoken word pieces, and visually stunning artworks on display.A range of artists who have worked with Marc Nair over the years will present, in a variety of forms, a ‘weave’ that draws from, is adapted or inspired by Marc’s diverse body of work.

A celebration of collaborative artistry, boundless creativity, and vibrant community, WEAVE is a tapestry of interconnected stories, sounds, and sensations waiting to be experienced.

📆 Date: 6 July 2024
🕒 Time: 7pm to 11pm, doors open at 6pm
📍 Location: Aliwal Arts Centre, Multipurpose Hall

🎟️ General Admission: $29
🎟️🥤 General Admission + 1 Drink: $39
Drinks will be available at the venue for $12 per alcoholic drink, and $6 each for non-alcoholic drinks.

25% of the ticket proceeds will go towards supporting ACRES, a non-profit organisation that champions animal welfare. Ticket-holders can enjoy access to the bar and the book sale featuring a selection of books authored by Marc Nair.

WEAVE: A Multidisciplinary Playground presents the following

🗣 Spoken Word performances by Cheyenne Alexandria Phillips, Crispin Rodrigues, Jedidiah Huang, Jennifer Anne Champion, Joshua Ip, Arunditha, Don Shiau, Christopher Quek, bani haykal

🎭 Improv performance by mrbrown

🎶 Live music by Mantravine, Eugene Soh, James Lye, Mark Tan

💃 Choreographed performance by Sudhee Liao

🎨 Curated exhibitions and performances by Yen Phang, Shaun Koh, Daniel Tan

About Marc Nair
Marc Nair is a cultural entrepreneur from Singapore. A managing partner of The Creative Voice, he has organised indie literary festivals, developed walking tours and collaborated on diverse creative projects. Mackerel, an online cultural magazine, is part of The Creative Voice’s portfolio of reviews, essays and art-oriented output. Over the past two decades, Marc’s practice in the literary arts scene has revolved around developing multidisciplinary approaches to writing and performance. He has published 11 collections of poetry and has worked with dancers, musicians, photographers and visual artists on a range of projects.


July 6
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Saturday, 7pm-11pm


Aliwal Arts Centre, Multi-purpose Hall
28 Aliwal st,
Singapore, 199918 Singapore
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