WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? (2 – 4 MARCH 2018)

Published on 1 March 2018

By: Melanie Lee

THE DOG WHO GOES WOOF WOOF

2 – 18 Mar 2018, various timings
Esplanade Recital Studio

This 40-minute play about drama in a playground is sure to delight your young ones. The playground is disturbed when two strangers take over, but Woof Woof comes to the rescue! There’s live music, minimal dialogue and puppets dressed in colourful batik! Do also take note that a sensory-friendly version of the production will be available on 9 Mar and 10 Mar.

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THE FATHER

2 – 18 March 2018, various timings
Victoria Theatre

This poignant production revolves around a 70-year-old’s man deteriorating mind as he sinks under the frightening weight of dementia. As he fights his demons and drowns deeper in his murky memories, the audience is able to perceive what his crumbling world is like. This play was nominated for Best Play at the Oliver and Tony Awards, and is part family drama, part thriller, part mind-bending puzzle.

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KUMAR50

28 Feb – 11 Mar 2018, various timings
Capitol Theatre

If you’re in need of a laugh, this concert is for you! Celebrate the 50th birthday of one of Singapore’s most iconic artist in style at this gig where he will regale you with hilarious hard truths of Singapore, his birth, and his childhood. Kumar will also be accompanied by his fabulous showgirls shaking their booty and lip-syncing to Taylor Swift and banking.

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ODE TO WONDERLAND

3 Mar – 8 April
Gillman Barracks

Japanese artist Eguchi Ayane will be holding her first solo exhibition in Singapore with a presentation of works inspired by the childhood. The works invite you to reflect on your perspective on life and mortality. While at first glance, Ayane’s artworks look like they are set in a candy-coloured, whimsical wonderland, however, upon closer look, it actually reveals a macabre narrative of how Paradise and Hell co-exist on Earth together

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OUT OF PRINT

1 – 18 March 2018
The Arts House

Explore the history and early development of Singapore literature alongside modern graphic design. Sixteen titles between 1964 – 1995 will be featured with contemporary reinterpretations of their cover.  This exhibition is curated by poet Daryl Lim Wei Jie, and presented by Sing Lit Station in collaboration with graphic design firm Sarah & Schooling.

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