18 May 2014 – And One Restaurant
The Other Woman*after discovering her boyfriend Mark is married, Carly tries to get her ruined life back on track. When she by chance meets the wife he’s been cheating on, she realizes they have much in common, When yet another affair is discovered, all three women team up to plot mutual revenge…
Filial Party**local SIN production about society’s favourite TV reality show. The winner of the TV reality show will be granted $1m to whoever succeeds in portraying the most filial child to their parents. Do enjoy our local productions but they are directed to the locals who are familiar or in with the lingo and life-style.
The Rise & Fall of Little Voice****story of a shy, reclusive girl named LV – or Little Voice and her boozy, out-of-control mother Mari. Desperately missing her dead father, LV spends her time locked in her bedroom listening to his old record collection and perfecting astonishing impersonations of famous divas…
This production is the Asian Premiere of this very special show, and marks Pangdemonium’s first production set in SIN. Wonderfully directed and performed.
Yes Prime Minister****one of the UK’s most popular TV series ever is now an award-winning stage play is a bitingly funny satire of British politics at work. At the Raffles Jubilee Hall Theatre, an appropriate venue for this brilliantly performed play. Prime Minister Jim Hacker and his Cabinet Secretary Sir Humphrey Appleby deal with the thorny issue of their house guest, the Kumranistani Oil Minister, who wants a wild party at the PM’s residence at Chequers, in exchange for a billion dollar oil contract!
Halia at Raffles Hotel***not much to write home about. So-so food, service with a beautiful smile but lost in translation somewhere in Korea! Maybe one should order their recommended dishes but did not feel like meat!
Sun: appreciations to Clem for getting me to go to these plays over the weekend, otherwise would have been too lazy! Enjoy them thoroughly and time well spent in good company. Today has been just wet wet wet and pleasant to doze zzzz after a lovely wet late-morning walk 🙂
The rains have stopped and it turned into a beautiful evening. Belated Mother’s Day Celebrations with the Guest of Honour ESM Goh Chok Tong/Grassroots Adviser for MP and live-music blasting downstairs. Looks like I will have to stay awake until it is over, thank goodness for all the afternoon naps today 🙂 🙂
Here in his world she was trapped in an intolerable corner, which seemed to grow tighter and tighter each year… she, too, could become someone else. Eventually. Or she’d told herself all these years… but in the end he didn’t love her enough to fight for her – Nicole Mones/Lost in Translation