M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2014 - Fringe Festival 2014 numbers

Fringe Festival 2014 numbers

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2014 - Fringe Festival, esnes.n.on²

Fringe Festival, esnes.n.on²

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2014 - Fringe Festival, St Andrew’s Secondary School Boys

Fringe Festival, St Andrew’s Secondary School Boys

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2014

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is a two week long festival centered around the theme 'Art & the People'. The festival explore the relationship between Art and the People through numerous performances: theatre play, dance, visual arts, films..

This year, Fringe Festival will present 3 Fringe Highlights: The first is Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People. Local theatre collective Nine Years Theatre gives this popular classic an all-Mandarin makeover under the direction of Nelson Chia. The second is Three Fingers Below the Knee, a play created with texts censored during Portugal's 40 years of dictatorship. The third is Majulah Singapore - Tree Project, an ambitious and meaningful work conceived by Hiroshi Sunairi. Seeds of Hibaku trees are distributed to everyday Singaporeans who are invited to grow them.

At the same at different interesting locations in the city, an eclectic line up of theatre, dance and visual arts events will bring Art to the people and people to Art.

With 15 works, 31 performances and 4 exhibitions, everyone will be able to experiment a refreshing, stimulating, and even inspiring experience at the Singapore Fringe Festival. Enjoy!

Link: Calendar of events

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  • An Enemy of the People

8 - 11 January, 8pm & 11 January, 3pm. Gallery Theatre, National Museum of Singapore

  • Three Fingers Below the knee

10 - 11 January, 8pm. Esplanade Theatre Studio

  • Majulah Singapura - Tree Project

8 - 19 January, 10am - 10pm. The Concourse, National Museum of Singapore


Link: Calendar of events

Getting there


Singapore is one of the major aviation hub in South East Asia, serving more than 100 airlines from it's high quality airport.


Bus and Taxi are cheap and convenient to go the Area.


The nearest stations to the event are Bras Basah, City Hall and Esplanade.


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