CausewayEXchange Arts and Healing 2017

CausewayEXchange 2017: How Singapore Got its Name



Description

Join us for a sensory-friendly performance that narrates the founding of Singapore. There will be a live show and a workshop.

Performed by students from the School of Technology for the Arts, Republic Polytechnic Singapore and guided by well-known theatre practitioner Samantha Bounaparte, How Singapore Got its Name is for children with special needs. There is a limited capacity of 20 children for each performance slot.

Singapore International Foundation and the Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur are the main partners for CausewayEXchange Arts and Healing. Organised by DMR Productions and Global Cultural Alliance and supported by National Arts Council.

23 September / 15:00 and 18:00
24 September / 11:00 and 15:00

Register at http://causewayexchange.com/ for enquiries
Or Email andrea@dmr.com.sg
 



Time:11:00 - 19:00
Date:23 Sep 2017 - 24 Sep 2017
Venue:Black Box at Oasis @ Ara Damansara
Map:click here

 

If you would like to RSVP for this event, please email rsvp@sif.org.sg.

 

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