The future is female – and so is the past, as depicted by these portraits of girls as unlikely warriors.
19 May - 4 Jun, Mon - Sun
11am - 9pm daily
20 May, Sat,
2.30pm & 7.30pm
(Performances) | Performance
by 99 Art Company (KR)
ABYSS is an elegy expressing the sorrow of human emotions, consisting of joy, anger, sorrow, and pleasure, presented through dance as if it were a song.
19 May, Fri, 8pm 20 May, Sat, 3pm & 8pm
by Huang Ruo (US) & Brian Gothong Tan (SG)
Inspired by poetry inscribed on the walls of the titular immigration station, Angel Island is a music-theatre performance weaving a story of immigration, discrimination, and confinement, bringing history into the reality of our current lives.
19 May, Fri, 8pm 20 May, Sat, 3pm & 8pm | Music
$48*, $58*, $78
Realm of Silk
by Sougwen Chung (CA)
A one-of-a-kind performance which intersects the worlds of visual art, performance and technology, Realm of Silk is an investigation of the collaborative potential of human and robot.
20 May, Sat, 3pm & 8pm | Inter-disciplinary
by Andrea Salustri (IT)
In this remarkable performance of object theatre, Andrea Salustri explores the possibilities of polystyrene, one of the most common form of plastic.
20 May, Sat, 3pm & 8pm 21 May, Sun, 3pm | Theatre
A Day, 2023
by Joyce Ho (TW)
Discover the intriguing amid the mundane, in this multidisciplinary installation...
23 – 28 May, Tue – Sun
(a door opens each day)
12pm – 8pm daily
29 May – 4 Jun, Mon – Sun
(all rooms open)
12pm – 8pm daily
28 May, Sun
12.30pm & 4pm | Visual Arts
Free (Certain rooms require pre-registration)
by Ontroerend Goed (BE)
In this game-inspired immersive and participatory performance, award-winning theatre company Ontroerend Goed invites you to become part of the super-rich, the elite 1% who control the global economy.
23 – 26 May, Tue – Fri, 5.30pm & 8.30pm 27 & 28 May, Sat & Sun, 2pm & 6pm | Theatre
by Botis Seva (UK)
BLKDOG is street dance as you’ve never seen it before. Using hip hop in a contemporary style powered by high-energy moves and captivating athleticism, BLKDOG is a delicate and brutal commentary on how today's youth are coping in a world not built for them.
25 & 26 May, Thu & Fri, 8pm | Dance
Me, You, Then, Now
by Muna Tseng (US)
In this performance of self-portraiture, Muna Tseng, a distinguished woman artist in the 70th year of her life, reflects on her career, from her days of being a young artist carving out her identity within the urban mythology of downtown NYC...
27 May, Sat, 8pm | Dance
Lolling & Rolling
by Jaha Koo (KR)
Exploring English as the predominant language of political power, Lolling & Rolling is a powerful one-man show that traces the shadow of linguistic...
27 & 28 May, Sat & Sun, 6pm | Theatre
by Jaha Koo (KR)
What can a bunch of talkative rice cookers tell us about the past twenty years of Korean history?
27 & 28 May, Sat & Sun, 8pm | Theatre
by Jean Ng (SG), Li Xie (SG) and Joavien Ng (SG)
Step into The School, and join fellow participants on a series of communal assemblies, group lessons, solo journeys, unexpected assignments...
30 May – 4 Jun, Tue – Sun, 7pm | Theatre
by Edith Podesta (AU/SG) and K. Rajagopal (SG)
Pompeii plays out on a live soundstage, in which the lives of an imagined apartment building’s inhabitants materialize before us.