WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? (8 – 10 June 2018)

Published on 7 June 2018

Check out what’s hot with A List’s weekly line-up of events.

Literary / Visual Arts

Art Sound Write (8 June)

Art Sound Write presents live poetry readings, inspired by artworks from Imaginarium: Into the Space of Time. Gain a new perspective on the fourth dimension as visual art meets the literary world in this inspirational challenge.

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Citizen Dog (8-10 June)

A surreal dreamscape that reflects nightmarish desires alongside real world problems, Citizen Dog infuses an urban twist into the classic Liaozhai . Dealing with themes such as corruption, unfulfilled ambitions and greed, this production by The Finger Players is sure to capture your heart and challenge your mind.

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Traditional Arts

Nritya Tarang – Spirit of Kuchipudi Dance (8-9 June)

Indulge in the dramatic, precise and spontaneous energy of the kuchipudi dance. Amidst lilting rhythms and sensual curves, the classical dance expresses the eternal human desire to unite with the divine. This production is a must-see if you love Indian classical dance.

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M1 Contact 2018 Technique Classes and Workshops (9 June – 5 Aug)

The annual M1 CONTACT Contemporary Dance Festival presents a diverse range of workshops and technique classes, featuring prominent contemporary dancers from all over the world. Whether you’re a beginner or a professional dancer, there’s bound to be a class for you.

For a full list of classes, click here.



Children’s Festival: Small Big Dreamers (9 June – 9 Sep)

Small Big Dreamers introduces visitors to Lee Wen, one of Singapore’s pioneer performance artists. Watch your tots re-imagine the world around them through experiential art and active play, composing their own tunes and manoeuvring around obstacle courses.

For more information, click here.

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