Arts Reviews

Taking The Subs | 3/5

Taking The Subs | 3/5

November 25
Tan Liting’s take on punk in Singapore is more about a culture clash
Monkey Goes West | 3.5/5

Monkey Goes West | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — One of W!ld Rice’s unqualified successes has been to make the traditional Western tradition of the pantomime its own.

The Way We Go | 3/5

The Way We Go | 3/5

SINGAPORE — Helmed by Claire Wong and written by emerging playwright Joel Tan, Checkpoint Theatre’s latest offering is a quiet, tender affair about the lives of teachers and...

Gallery: Manner Of Spitting | 3.5/5

Manner Of Spitting | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — Recently feted by both local and international press as one of the hippest neighbourhoods around, Tiong Bahru’s fame hasn’t been all sunshine and roses, with some...

Frozen | 3.5/5

Frozen | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — What makes a person accountable for a heinous act? Does being not quite right in the head absolve one of the abuse and murder of an innocent child?

Roots | 4/5

Roots | 4/5

SINGAPORE — First staged to critical acclaim in 2012, The Finger Players group has revived their production, Roots, as part of its 15th anniversary season.

Gallery: Still Moving | 3.5/5

Still Moving | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — Photography is currently taking centre stage, what with the biennial Singapore International Photography Festival (SIPF) in full swing. And the Singapore Art Museum...

Gitanjali [I feel the earth move] | 3.5/5

Gitanjali [I feel the earth move] | 3.5/5

SINGAPORE — The Indian poet Rabindranath Tagore’s most famous collection of poems, Gitanjali, was the inspiration for The Necessary Stage’s latest multi-media/intercultural...

Gallery: Woven Walls | 3/5

Woven Walls | 3/5

SINGAPORE — We humans have been compelled to leave our mark on everything around us.

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