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Weekly Picks Singapore 4 10 March 2019

Weekly Picks: Singapore (4 – 10 March 2019)

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Not In My Lifetime? by The Finger Players, 5 – 17 March, Gateway Theatre

Not In My Lifetime? explores the special education system in Singapore and people in it. The play, based on the experiences of playwright Alvan Yap, is supported by multi-talented performers Inch Chua, Evelyn Chye, Myra Loke, Timothy Nga, Nix Sang and Nur Shafiza (Shai). More information here.

Textures: A Weekend With Words, 7 – 10 March, The Arts House

Back for its second edition, Textures takes on the theme “Love and Loss (and some things in between)”. The festival explores how in times of heightened emotions, words help us express our feelings and make sense of our world. From performances, exhibitions, panel discussions and workshops, Textures reaches out to those new to SingLit and those seeking to engage with it on a deeper level.

More information here.

Singapore Performance Seminar, 9 March, library@esplanade

Join us for this inaugural series to explore Singapore’s theatre and performance histories and their contemporary relevance. This new platform gathers theatre, dance and performance scholars and practitioners in conversation about topics of interest in the performing arts.

This series is jointly presented by National University of Singapore’s Department of English Language and Literature and library@esplanade.

Find out more here.

Kotor by -wright assembly, Rumah P7:1sma at Stamford Arts Centre, 7 – 10 March

“What you allow is what will continue.”

This International Women’s Day, -wright Assembly is teaming up with men and women of different art disciplines to present Kotor, an interdisciplinary performance that responds to Natalie Wang’s texts in her anthology The Woman Who Turned Into a Vending Machine.

Find out more here.

Garden Beats Festival 2019 by Sunshine Nation, 9 March, Fort Canning Park

The Garden Beats Festival celebrates its fifth year anniversary with up-and-coming artists who cross the bridges between indie, RnB and electro; eco-heroes sharing their inspiring stories in our Conscious Circle; and most importantly with all of you coming together with an open heart and curious mind. More information here.

 

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