Monday, May 19, 2014

STICK MAN and HAIRY MACLARY - Coming to Singapore!

Based on books by Lynley Dodd 
Dates: October 10th – 12th 2014
Venue: Drama Centre Theatre, National Library Building - Level 3, 100 Victoria Street, Singapore 188064

Timings Fri
Sat – Sun 5PM
11AM, 2PM, 4.30PM
Ticket price*: $62, $52, $42, $35
*Price excludes SISTIC booking fee

For more information about the show 

click here:

Read more!

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Everything But the Brain

Wanna watch a play in SG?

This is a play in English to be seen at the DBS Art Centre

Everything but the Brain tells the story of Elaine, a Physics teacher who hatches a plan to turn back time and save her stroke-afflicted father from further deterioration. Along the way, she is egged on by a chorus of three bears, occasionally distracted by a dashing young surgeon and haunted by a particularly memorable train ride to Malacca…

Don’t miss this award-winning, comic play, which premiered in 2005 to critical acclaim. After two sold-out runs, it went on to win two awards at the 2006 Life! Theatre Awards including “Best Original Script” and “Best Actor” (Gerald Chew).

“The adroit handling of themes, from the origins of genius to gene heritage and the tyranny of time make Everything but the Brain one of the best things seen on stage here in a while” – Straits Times

Written by Jean Tay
Directed by Derrick Chew

Gerald Chew, Koh Wan Ching & Edward Choy
With Faizal Abdullah, Amanda Tee & Cassandra Spykerman

Internet :
17 Jun 2013, 9am.

Other Channels :
17 Jun 2013, 10am. 

10-21 Aug 2013 
Tue – Fri, 8pm 
Sat & Sun, 3pm & 8pm 

Approx 1 hrs 30 mins


DBS Arts Centre - Home of SRT

Standard - S$55, S$45, S$35

Please add to above price $3 Booking Fee per ticket for tickets above $20 and $1 Booking Fee per ticket for tickets $20 and below. Charges include GST where applicable. 

Read more!

Monday, June 24, 2013

Pledged this blog to

I just read the comment  from that was dated March 7, 2013 in one of my blog section:

 I havent updated for months the content of this blog because of my busy schedule.
The email stated if I want to pledge my singapore blog to their site. Ofcourse, I said yes. I cant say no to things like this.

Here's a proof that I really did :)

Read more!

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Marina bay Sands Hotel

The most elegant mall in i've ever been in Singapore. Marina Bay Sands Mall is the finest mall here. It is located just below the Hotel.  If you wanna know what are the shops here, just go to their official website at:

Read more!

Friday, March 23, 2012

Singapore's Lucky Plaza

No joke, 90 percent of that crowd are all  Filipinos!
The most famous Filipino restaurant in Singapore, "Kabayan"

All Filipinos in Singapore knows were Lucky Plaza is! This mall is the meeting place of some OFW's in Singapore. I went there on a Sunday and OMG, filipinos are all over the place. Its like I am in Manila or Cebu. They said that LP is a place where Pinays meet with Indian or Bangladeshi boyfriends, Its kinda sad though :( Anyway, If you wanna buy some pasalubong, go to LP's basement! You can buy inexpensive but nice "pasalubongs" there :)

Read more!

Friday, March 16, 2012

Play It Back! at the Esplanade

Just received an email :

Experience the Singapore of yesteryear. Music, dance, food and drink - it's all got history. 

Sat 24 March: 5pm onwards
Sun 25 March: 4pm onwards
Esplanade Park (where the "durian building" is located)

Catch a glimpse of history, feel the march of time, sense age-old energies, and savour the past in the present.

Held at one of Singapore's oldest public parks, enjoy a whimsical journey of music and dance performances with the National Arts Council; a true reflection of what people were listening to and enjoying in Singapore from the 20s till the 60s.

As the highlight of this free 2-day festival, enjoy performances by The Jeremy Monteiro Big Band, Apsaras Arts, Chinese Theatre Circle, Era Dance Theatre, Singapore Police Force Band, and Psalmideo Chorale.

Authentic to the location, savour the food and drink reminiscent of the old Satay Club and the era of street hawkers.

Crafts, collectibles and games the early eras in Singapore complete your step back into the past. Story-telling in Cantonese, Malay and English unravel the tales of years past while you soak in the atmosphere of decades past. 

There are stories to be told, and you're going to hear stories. Traditional Cantonese, Malay and English story-telling sessions at Play it Back! Bring your kids; they’ll want to hear this. 

Read more!

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Best Photos of Singapore now the 2nd spot on Google's First Page!

Best Photos of Singapore now google's 2nd on the list as of today March 15, 2012

Read more!

Monday, March 12, 2012

The Merlion

The Merlion is Singapore's symbol. It is a mythical creature with the head of a lion and the body of a fish. Mer = sea and "lion". 

The Merlion in the picture is one of the 5 merlions recognized by Singapore Tourism Board (STB). 
It is located at the Merlion Park.

Forgive me if the quality of the photos is not that good enough. I took this during my first visit in Singapore last 2008. I don't have a DSLR that time yet :( 

Read more!
Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...