Public Others Government Business Arts Community
Entertainment Lifestyle Services People Travel Internet Stuff

 

 

     FrontPage Edition: Mon 30 Jan 2006

Weather: Meteorological Service Singapore    High & Low Tides

Yesterday   2006   2005   2004   2003   2002   2001   2000   1999

M1 presents Singapore Fringe Festival 2006

Source: www.singaporefringe.com

22 Feb C 5 Mar 2006

M1 Singapore Fringe Festival, one of Asias largest International Fringe Festivals, is back for a second spin. Revolving around a different theme each year, M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2006 has its focus on Art and Healing.
For 2006 the Festival offers a crucial platform for provocative and challenging works from 20 countries!
Dance from Chile, Argentina and France; Theatre from Cambodia, Canada and Taiwan; Music from UK and US; Films from Belgium and Thailand; Visual Art from Bhutan and Mexico. And lots more international and Singapore acts C all happening within the Fringe Arts Belt.
Pulling all the stops, M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2006 will feature more than 50 acts engaging with our theme of Art and Healing.
M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is an annual festival of theatre, performance arts, film, dance, visual arts, mixed media, music and forum.
The Festival features contemporary, cutting-edge and socially-engaged works created and presented by Singaporean and international artists.

Venues:
Esplanade C Theatres on the Bay
Cathay Cineplex Orchard
Drama Centre
Singapore Art Museum
Singapore History Museum
Singapore General Hospital
The Substation
Objectifs

For more information, visit singaporefringe.com.

Source: www.singaporefringe.com Press release 14 Dec 2005

Important Notice

Our FrontPage Editions are a historical record of our Web site and reflect the changing of the times, and also of our Web site through time. We do not and will not update the links and stories on these FrontPages even if they have become obsolete.

If you have an event or some news to share with our readers, send the details, including picture(s), to us at editor@getforme.com 

We are now 9596 pages thick and growing.

Public Holidays CHINESE NEW YEAR is the next public holiday. It falls on 29 & 30 January 2006.