Year In Review 2021: Singapore Theatre in Statistics

Where did 2021 go? As part of our annual event Year In Review 2021, statistics about 2021 shows were gathered, including those postponed or cancelled. These infographics are produced by ArtsEquator.

Discuss, respond and listen as we unpack these statistics and more in Year In Review on 18 Dec 2021. [See details below]

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You can also check out the SINGAPORE THEATRE IN 2021 timeline for a comprehensive view of 2021 shows, in tandem with the various COVID-19 phases in Singapore.

About Year In Review: Jeng Jeng Jeng

In a year where the arts has had to acquiesce to multiple rules, hopeful for a return to normalcy, 2021 had us hurtling through an unknown abyss of multiple emotions best captured through this year’s theme: JENG JENG JENG! From anticipation, to tentative excitement, shock, surprise and even the indescribable, our beloved colloquialism JENG JENG JENG covers it all.

This edition of Year In Review is an audio experience featuring live discussions, physical listening pods, song dedications and more! Join us in-person* or on-air to unpack the year in Singapore theatre, or simply unwind together.

Date: Saturday, 18 Dec 2021
Time: 12pm – 7pm

There are two ways you can attend and participate:

[ON-AIR] Tune in via Channel News Theatre’s Telegram (t.me/channelnewstheatre) OR 

[IN-PERSON] Join the listening party @42 Waterloo Street!

*Limited physical slots available. Register now at https://bit.ly/YIR2021 to book your slots for the listening party!


Year In Review 2021 is a collaboration between Centre 42, ArtsEquator, Channel NewsTheatre and ArtWave Studio. Read more about Year In Review 2021 here.

To read about Year In Review 2020, click here.

About the author(s)

Nabilah Said is an award-winning playwright, editor and cultural commentator. She is also an artist who works with text across various artforms and formats. Her plays have been staged in Singapore and London, including ANGKAT, which won Best Original Script at the 2020 Life Theatre Awards. Nabilah is the former editor of ArtsEquator.

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