Things to do, watch, listen this week: 8 to 14 Mar
Take time to relax this week with arts and culture offerings in Singapore. Be moved by a play that explores the bond between two social misfits, get a feel of what it is like to choreograph a dance without music, or discover what home means through the lens of young photographers. Read on for our top picks of arts and culture activities to enjoy this week.
The Sound Inside
Don’t miss Singapore Repertory Theatre’s fresh take on this haunting play, by award-winning playwright Adam Rapp, about two brilliant but social misfits connect and bond with each other. It stars Serene Chen and Krish Natarajan, and it is directed by Cherilyn Woo. The production has an IMDA rating of Advisory 16 for its mature content, and it plays at the KC Arts Centre in 20 Merbau Road from 10 Mar to 3 Apr. Get tickets to The Sound Inside here.
To The Beat
Watch dancers choreograph without music and music producers create a soundtrack based on the dancer’s movement in this video series which exclusively features talented NUS students coming together to create amazing works in an unconventional way. Presented by the NUS Centre for the Arts, this video series exclusively features NUS students. View the videos at the ExxonMobil Campus Concert’s YouTube channel. Learn more about To The Beat here.
Shooting Home Youth Awards Class Of 2020 Exhibition
Celebrate the works of 12 aspiring photographers who were part of Objectif’s Shooting Home Youth Awards. The programme gives students the opportunity to be mentored and helps students develop and hone their photographic skills. The youth spent two weeks coming up with individual photo projects that explore the idea of home. The exhibition is held at visual arts space Objectifs, and it is on until 12 Mar. Learn more about Shooting Home Youth Awards Class of 2020 Exhibition here.
The Freshman “That Escalated Quickly” Concert
Sit back and relax to a performance of soulful tunes by Mandopop duo The Freshman. Singers Carrie Yeo and Chen Diya will perform their hit song Holding On and their new song Still. The concert is part of the Esplanade’s Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts and it is available for viewing online until 14 Mar. Get tickets to The Freshman “That Escalated Quickly” Concert here.
Alice’s Topsy Turvy Tea Party
Delight the young ones with this interactive dance experience which encourages imagination. Presented by the Esplanade, this performance is a co-production with Singapore dance collective The Kueh Tutus and it stars dancers Melissa Quek and Florence Kuek. The show is on at the Esplanade Annexe Studio from 12 to 14 Mar. Get tickets to Alice’s Topsy Turvy Tea Party here.
(Photos: Singapore Repertory Theatre, NUS Centre For the Arts, Objectifs, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay)