SINGAPORE: This month, theatre group Drama Box will be presenting its brand of community theatre to Europe – and it’s bringing its very own pop-up tent, too.
After travelling around various estates in Singapore, the company’s portable GoLi – The Moving Theatre is making its overseas debut at the International Community Arts Festival (ICAF) in Rotterdam, which kicks off on March 29.
Touted as Singapore’s first portable theatre venues, the three quirky green-and-white bubble-shaped inflatable tents that comprise GoLi were first unveiled in 2015. They have since popped up at Drama Box performances in Toa Payoh, Serangoon and Dakota Crescent.
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