Weekly picks: Singapore (11 – 17 June 2018)

Kungfu Bonda by Purple Aura Productions 16 June 2018

Kungfu Bonda is Baggy’s new stand-up solo show. After his questionable success in his 20s, when Baggy approached 30, he hopes to be a comic where he lives his life one strip at a time and shares the cartoon of his existence with everyone. After his rounds in India, Malaysia and London, Baggy is now coming to Singapore for a one night only show.

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Framed, by Adolf by The Finger Players 15 -17 June 2018

The Finger Players presents Framed, by Adolf, a thrilling new work by award-winning director/playwright Chong Tze Chien. It tells a story of a seller discovering an artwork that was painted by Adolf Hitler himself that could potentially shock the art world and rewrite history. Framed, by Adolf promises to provoke your senses, haunt your consciousness while stirring your imagination in this thrilling work.

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M1 Contact Contemporary Dance Festival: EARTH by T.H.E Dance Company 15-16 June 2018

As part of the M1 Cotnact Contemporary Dance Festival, T.H.E Dance Company presents a double bill featuring Filled with sadness, the old body attacks by Kim Jae Duk and EARTH by Humanhood. Collectively known as Humanhood, EARTH explores the elements as part of a wider artistic vision that involves collaborations with different fields. This double bill takes audiences on a sensorial trip from the forceful away of nature’s elements to the secretive inner worlds this double bill has to offer.

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Ensemble Songbook by The Singapore Youth Choir Ltd 17 June 2018

Showcasing the work of Canadian composers, The Singapore Youth Choir collaborates with Vancouver-based Turning Point Ensemble where voices meet winds, strings and percussion. The programme also includes Owen UNderhill’s suite for instrumental ensemble and choir. It is an unmissable lineup of contemporary music.

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Weekly picks Singapore 11 17 June 2018

The Philharmonic Winds and Timothy Reynish in Concert at Esplanade Concert Hall 17 June 2018

The Philharmonic Winds will be conducted by Guest Conductor Timothy Reynish from the United Kingdom. The maestro himself has selected works from some of the most outstanding and prolific composers such as Kenneth Hesketh, Luis Serrano Alarcón and Yasuhide Ito. Together with a festival choir led by Dr Goh Toh Chai, The Philharmonic Winds will present a music-filled programme in this one night only performance.

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