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Singapore International Festival of Arts 2014

12 Aug-21 Sep

After a one-year hiatus, Singapore’s Festival of Arts is back for its 37th year, rebranded as SIFA. Following the festival’s public engagement...

The Arsonists

18-21 Sep
Price: from $20.00 to $25.00

An arsonist would probably be the last on your list of people to have dinner with – but what happens when a highly-respected Singaporean...

90 Goodman Rd (6342 5790)

Holiday in my Head

18-21 Sep
Price: $35.00

Locally-based playwright, director and actor Dean Lundquist sets up his own theatre company, Asylum Theatre, which makes its debut with a series...

100 Victoria St (6837 8400)

Both Sides, Now

Around Town
19-21 Sep

We will all die one day, but no one really talks about death. At this immersive arts experience, you'll be probed to explore the topics of living...

Horrible Histories - Terrible Tudors

From 07 Feb
Price: from $42.00 to $62.00

Discover the legends behind the Tudors of England, including the true tales of King Henry VIII and his penchant for beheading his many wives....

100 Victoria St (6837 8400)


ACT 3 Theatre


Fun theatre space that focuses on kid-centric activities and drama.

126 Cairnhill Rd (6735 9986)

Action Theatre


The Action Theatre is housed within a pre-war two-storey bungalow house consisting of: One intimate 100-seat studio...

42 Waterloo Street (6837 0842)

Esplanade Waterfront


With a seating capacity of 450 people, this spacious outdoor theatre by the waterfront along Marina Bay presents a variety of music, dance and...

1 Esplanade Drive (6828 8377)

Jubilee Hall Raffles Hotel


A charming, Victorian-style theatre playhouse seating 388 guests, Jubilee Hall is noted as a premier cultural venue for varied repertoires and...

1 Beach Road (6337 1886)

Marine Parade CC Theatrette


This venue has not yet been reviewed by Time Out Singapore.

278 Marine Parade Road (6346 7703)


Review: Double Bill - I Stand Corrected/Hatched


SIFA's Double Bill: I Stand Corrected/Hatched deal with tough issues of homophobia, corrective rape and shifting identities, but does so with grace...

Review: The Chorus; Oedipus


Telling a well-known Greek tragedy to a predominantly English-speaking audience in Korean is no easy task, but Seoul-based theatre company Juk-Dal...

Review: Rock of Ages


Despite a brilliant band, some great actors and all its good intentions, Gwen Pew can't help but feel that Rock of Ages falls somewhat short of its...

Cavalia review in pictures


Boasting 50 horses and 46 riders, dancers and acrobats, Cavalia makes its Asia debut in Singapore with much fanfare. Gwen Pew is impressed by the...

Interview: Richard Move


Born Richard Winberg, Richard Move started out as a go-go dancer in a club – where he got his stage name from the manager, who happened to be a...

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