• This edition of Both Sides, Now focused on engaging the Malay-Muslim community to explore end-of-life conversations.

    It began with Kata-Kata Kita (Our Words, 2021), a hybrid variety show for the public to learn more about end-of-life matters, and share their stories.

    Following this success, Lepaskan Sesalan (Release Your Regrets, 2022), a multi-disciplinary arts festival held at Heartbeat@Bedok offered a safe space for the community to continue the conversation on death, dying and bereavement.

  • Carnival, Telok Blangah

    Both Sides, Now had a multi-year presence in two communities - Chong Pang and Telok Blangah - to forge a deeper level of engagement.

    Through a community-based, arts-driven approach, this edition aimed to strengthen social ties and motivate sustainable involvement among community members.

    Its ultimate goal was to support individuals and families in making informed decisions about end-of-life plans.

  • The Wind Came Home - Actress with puppets hot flask brush and cat

    The Wind Came Home, a puppetry performance about end-of-life topics and making difficult decisions went on a tour to 50 senior centres across Singapore.

    As seen through the eyes of a stray cat, the play tells a story of an elderly couple struggling to make end-of-life choices and care plans, when one of them suffers from dementia while the other is diagnosed with cancer.

  • Public Engagement, Khatib

    The second edition of Both Sides, Now continued to be a multi-disciplinary immersive arts experience, this time held in the residential areas of Khatib and Toa Payoh.

    The project brought end-of-life topics, and created spaces for end-of-life conversations to residents’ doorsteps, to create awareness, encourage reflection and engender opportunities for conversations with loved ones, friends and neighbours.

  • Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

    The inaugural edition of Both Sides, Now was a multi-disciplinary immersive arts experience held over three weeks at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital.

    It aimed to create awareness, encourage reflection, and provoke conversations around end-of-life issues among healthcare professionals, caregivers, and the general public.