One is in the furthest north, one in the deepest south. Both have connections to the sea and have great food. We will be getting to know Chong Pang and Telok Blangah better over the next few years. Here are 5 things we have found out about Chong Pang so far.
18 - 21 Oct 2017
25-29 Oct 2017
1 - 5 Nov 2017
A puppetry performance told from the point of view of a stray cat, about an elderly couple struggling to make end-of-life choices.
14 – 17 March 2018
21 – 24 March 2018
This interactive performance tells the story of two families struggling to cope as they confront illness and death. Could they have handled things better?
A group of seniors will be working with four different artists – Shirley Soh, Alecia Neo, Han Xuemei and Jasmine Ng – in a series of workshops to create artworks. Through this process, the seniors will get clarity on their values, what’s important to them and how they would like to spend their remaining days.
This is a participatory theatre programme where audience members are guided through an experiential process of learning through active listening, advocating and negotiating difficult issues with other stakeholders in their community.