Four young lovers, without a care for the consequences, flee to a magical forest in search of true love. But the course of true love, as they all know, never did run smooth.
Hong Kong’s acclaimed Dionysus Contemporary Theatre returns to Huayi, with a sexy, madcap Cantonese adaptation of Shakespeare’s well-loved romantic comedy, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Taiwanese pop star Yoga Lin returns to Singapore with his band for his very first concert at Esplanade!
Known for his multi-dimensional style and songs that speak straight to your heart, Yoga hopes to share his experiences and thoughts through this intimate concert, and for his listeners to really get to know him.
Behind all great stories are the people you probably didn’t notice. Shakespeare may not have mentioned them, but they are the ones who really know what happened.
The ultimate romance – of Shakespeare’s star-crossed lovers – retold from the perspective of the Capulets’ party planner.
Nomadic and exploratory in nature, award-winning world music icon HAYA ('border' in Mongolian) brings us on a search for our spiritual homes, experiencing the simple beauty of life along the way.
Migration – A World Music Concert is a captivating journey, a contemporary migration into another realm, through innovative music alongside classic traditional songs. Rooted in the rich and profound musical heritage of Mongolia and featuring modern music elements, HAYA draws on a range of Mongolian traditional instruments and musical techniques such as throat singing, the Mongolian horsehead fiddle, and shaman drums.
Legend has it that every Chinese New Year, a beast named Nian appears and creates trouble on earth. There is a way to defeat it, yet the powerful monster strikes fear in everyone’s hearts. Who will be courageous enough to help?
Calling all brave children to come forth and be part of this heroic adventure to chase away the ferocious Nian!
Two short sticks of equal length we use for eating, and for what else? This elegant tool and symbol of Chinese culture also holds artistic possibilities! Learn intricate weaving methods and make your own exquisite holder with disposable chopsticks and craft strings.
The much-anticipated Singapore debut of Cloud Gate 2, featuring many of Taiwan’s most talented young dancers and two award-winning choreographers.
Reputed for their potent technique and polished skill, the sister company of the internationally celebrated Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan, presents three riveting dance works by innovative Taiwanese choreographers Cheng Tsung-lung and Huang Yi.
A dazzling musical meeting between modern jazz and a traditional storytelling art form.
China Music House presents a refreshing take on pingtan, one of the most well-known ancient storytelling art forms in China, infused with modern jazz elements.
This quartet of established jazz musicians reinvents Chinese ethnic art forms, creating revolutionary crossover experiences that bring the worlds of the modern and the traditional together. Pingtan has roots in Suzhou, China that stretch back over 400 years, and is listed as one of China’s Intangible Cultural Heritage forms.
Lift wanted around the world...
Join a tiny snail on her trip round the world in Tall Stories’ magical, musical adaptation of the fantastic picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.
Longing to see the world, a tiny snail hitches a lift on the tail of a humpback whale. Together they go on an amazing adventure - but when the whale gets beached, how will the snail save him? Follow the tiny snail’s exciting journey, as seen through the eyes of an adventurous young girl and her seafaring father...
Four nameless performers, in a space without boundaries. No plot, no love nor sorrow, no more roller coaster narrative. And the stage does not represent another place. What then shall happen in theatre? When all pretence is stripped, is everything then genuine?