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1Athipathi International Theatre LtdSilappathikaramTheatre ProductionSilappatikaram" is a breathtaking theatrical production that transports audiences to the ancient Tamil kingdom of Puhar. Set against the backdrop of a proscenium theatre, this play brings to life the epic tale of love, betrayal, and redemption, as depicted in the timeless Tamil epic of the same name.

The production captivates the audience with its meticulously designed sets, transporting them to the bustling streets of ancient Puhar, the opulent palaces, and the lush forests The proscenium stage serves as a canvas for the skilled actors to portray a diverse array of characters, each with their own distinct motivations and conflicts.

The play's narrative is enriched by a fusion of traditional and contemporary elements, including mesmerizing classical Tamil music and dance sequences, which add depth and emotion to the storytelling. The dialogues masterfully capture the essence of the era, infusing the performance with authenticity and vibrancy. Keeping the essence of the aesthetical beauty of the Tamil language and at the same time being simple and elegant enough for the younger generation to appreciate.

The themes explored in "Silappatikaram" are as relevant today as they were centuries ago, touching on issues of justice, morality, and the enduring power of love. The production invites audiences to reflect on the complexities of human relationships and the lengths one will go to seek truth and seek retribution. In addition, showcase the live style of ancient Tamils in bustling cosmopolitan cities.

In conclusion, "Silappatikaram" is an immersive theatrical experience that seamlessly blends historical authenticity with contemporary storytelling techniques. Through its compelling characters, evocative visuals, and mesmerizing performances, this production breathes new life into an ancient epic, ensuring that its timeless message resonates with audiences of all ages.
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Prices (4th and 5th August) :
Ticket Price $30
Student Price $20
Early Bird Price $20
3rd April6 April 2024Grass roots clubMr. Pugalenthii
+65 83228248
2Sole Proprietorship | Arts General
In Sanga’s Senses – Poetries of the Human Experience
Theatre Production
Step into the enchanting world of "In Sanga's Senses: Poetry of the Human Experience," where we embark on a captivating journey that seamlessly intertwines literature, music, and the celebration of human senses. Guided by the literary maestros Aswani Aswath, Bharathi Rani, and Banu Suresh, this production breathes life into narratives that draw inspiration from the timeless verses of Sanga Kala Literature. Each narrative is a tribute to the wonders of the human senses, inspired by Sanga Kala poetry that beautifully captures the essence of sight, sound, touch, taste, smell, and intuition. These stanzas serve as the foundation for our exploration into the depths of human capabilities, in perfect harmony with the production's evocative title. At the heart of this artistic convergence stands the illustrious Brahmastra multi-ethnic ensemble, under the masterful direction of renowned composer and virtuoso flautist, Niranjan Pandian. Their live musical compositions are meticulously tailored to the essence of each narrative, creating an immersive experience that transcends the ordinary. Join us as we pay homage to the profound verses of Sanga Kala Literature and invite you to immerse yourself in the exquisite tapestry of human potential and sensory wonder. In "In Sanga's Senses," the human experience finds its poetic voice, resonating with the beauty and complexity of our innate faculties.
Please verify directly with the Organiser.
$28 (General Admission)
$23 (Student | NSFs | Senior Citizens)
20th April 202420th April 2024NLB Black Box AuditoriumP Niranjan
Hp: +65 83390631
3Makoolam Arts LtdKambanin KaviyattralTheatre Production
A famous Tamil poet, Arunachala Kavirayar has composed Rama Natakam which is mainly represented in Indian Music and Dance compositions in the recent times.

In our event, we will be presenting:

1. Kamban’s poems through Bharatanatyam. A Poet reciting through AI Illustrations, music composed with AI tools, dancers will be dancing to the digital poetry and musical composition.

2. Thereafter, dancers will perform to Arunachala Kavirayar songs with recorded music, to show the similarity of Kamban’s poems and Arunachala Kavi’s music compositions.

3. Audience participation will be an e-book quiz, where they can scan the e-book and answer questions that have been set related to our theme by the end of the same day or next day. Top 3 winners will be given cash prizes. We will announce the winners through social media. Respective winners will be contacted accordingly.
Please verify directly with the Organiser. $30
6 April 2024, 6pm and 8pm
6 April 2024, 6pm and 8pm
Goodman Arts Centre Blackbox
A Meenalochani D/O Anandan
Hp: 81011201
4Avant Theatre & Language
Parameswara - A Play for Students
Theatre Production
This play is primarily targetted for School students at large. The play is presented as a "Live" acting with shadow play to induce the creative thinking with period settings and acting.

This drama is seen through the eyes of Munshi Abdullah, writer, translator and teacher to British officials including Raffles. The scene begins with Munshi telling the greatness of Singapura in the 13th and 14th centuries, but now lying in ruins due to Parameswara, a fugitive Prince from Palembang, usurped the throne from Singapura King. He later fled fearing attacks from Siam and Majapahit forces and established himself in Melaka and make it a great port rivalling Singapura in the 15th century. Parameswara's character shows his courage and resilience to re-establish himself by willing to take risks and seize opportunities to his advantage.

பரமேஸ்வரர் - மலாக்காவின் மன்னர்

இந்த நாடகம், ராஃபிள்ஸ் மற்றும் இதர பிரிட்டிஷ் அதிகாரிகளுக்கு எழுத்தாளர், மொழிபெயர்ப்பாளர் மற்றும் ஆசிரியராக இருந்த முன்ஷி அப்துல்லாவின் பார்வையில் இடம்பெறுகிறது. 13 -ஆம் மற்றும் 14 -ஆம் நூற்றாண்டுகளில் சிங்கப்பூராவின் பெருமையைக் கூறித் தற்போது நாடு சிதைந்துள்ளதாக முன்ஷி கூறுவதாகக் காட்சி தொடங்குகிறது. பலேம்பாங்கில் இருந்து தப்பியோடிய இளவரசர் பரமேஸ்வரா, சிங்கப்பூரா மன்னரிடமிருந்து அரியணையைக் கைப்பற்றிப் பின்னர் சியாம் மற்றும் மஜாபாஹிட் படைகளின் தாக்குதல்களுக்குத் தப்பி ஓடி, மலாக்காவை இந்த வட்டாரத்தில் ஒரு சிறந்த துறைமுகமாக மாற்றினார். இதனால் சிங்கப்பூராவின் புகழ் 15-ஆம் நூற்றாண்டில் மறைந்தது. பரமேஸ்வராவின் கதாபாத்திரம், துணிந்து செயல்பட்டு வாய்ப்புகளைத் தனக்குச் சாதகமாகப் பயன்படுத்தவும், தயாராக இருப்பதுடன் மீளும்தன்மையுடன் செயல்படுவதையும் காட்டுகிறது
Please verify directly with the Organiser.
$25.00 (
21st March Thursday / 22nd March Friday pm - 11am, 2pm & 5pm
23rd March Saturday - 11am, 2pm & 5
Stamford Arts CentreMr G Selva (91816737) - Avant Theatre (
5Avant Theatre & Language
Amarapaali - Dramatic Stage Read Presentation
Theatre Production
Avant Theatre’s Amarapali
“You can live in the world and yet not be of the world. You can live in the world and not allow the world to live in you.”
Avant is engaging audience in another of Avant Theatre’s signature presentation, Dramatic Stage Read with the story of Amarapali, which will possibly see the proscenium stage soon after receiving reactions and support on this Dramatic Stage Read performance.Constant interest creation in the performable text that might be yesteryears works but still hold relevance as an educative performance is the main objective of this play.
In trying times, we continue to educate and entertain our audience and create Tamil Theatre continuity in Singapore Arts Scene.
Amarapali in a Nutshell
The story of Amarapali is a fascinating tale from ancient Indian history and has significant relevance in today's culture. Amarapali, also known as Ambapali or Amrapali, was a renowned court dancer who lived during the time of Gautama Buddha, around the 5th century BCE.
Amarapali was born in Vaishali, an ancient city in present-day Bihar, India. She was exceptionally beautiful and possessed great charm and grace. Her beauty and talents as a dancer and singer made her extremely popular among the wealthy and influential men of her time.
Legend has it that when Buddha visited Vaishali, Amarapali offered him a grand welcome. She was deeply moved by his teachings and decided to renounce her courtesan life to become a disciple of Buddha. She chose to embrace a spiritual path and joined the Buddhist order of nuns. Ultimately, the play endeavours to trace Amrapali’s conflicts and strife as she walked towards her awakening, towards her liberation.
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$25 Adults & $20 Students (without Handling Charge Included) -
28st March Thursday / 29th March Friday - 8pm
30th March 2024 - 3pm
Stamford Arts CentreMr G Selva (91816737) - Avant Theatre (
6Mr V Punithan
Thamizhisai Venthan TMS - A Tribute to
Musical Programme
The objective of this programme is to highlight Tamil songs of different genres made famous by legendary Tamil Singer T M Soundarajan (TMS). From the mid 1950s to the late 70s, TMS has sung more than 10,000 Tamil songs in over 3,000 over films. His songs resonate with millions of Tamils not just in India but all over the world. In Singapore, TMS has been a household name in South Indian homes for decades. If this great singer was alive, he would be celebrating his 100th birthday this year. ( 24 March 1923 - 23 March 2024). As such, my team is organising this concert on 2nd March 2024 as a tribute to TMS to celebrate his contribution to Tamil Language through his songs. TMS is always cited as the perfect example of a singer with impeccable pronunciation of Tamil words. Thousands of his songs
are still performed at Tamil based events across the globe. Through his songs, many Tamil learners have picked up meaningful words that can be used in speech as well as writings.
Tamil Teachers from all levels can benefit from these songs and use them as topics of discussion in the classroom. Songs rendered by TMS were written by renowned lyricists
like Kannadasan and Vaali who used simple words in their songs and have thus reached out to the masses in the 60s and the 70s. Students from the current generation are not so exposed to these songs. Through this live concert which will also go online later, my team hopes to expose evergreen Tamil songs of an exemplary singer, to students learning Tamil Language as a Mother Tongue subject in Singapore schools. Through this concert, we are also giving opportunities for veteran Singaporean Tamil singers to showcase their talent once again.
The proposed programme hopes to create a deeper understanding and appreciation of the Tamil Language through lyrical music.
Please verify directly with the Organiser. $35-$402/3/202423/3/2024
Spring Singapore Auditorium in Bukit Merah
(HP) 98575807
(O) 93896439
7Agam Theatre LabRe SommaTheater play
Presented in Tamil with English Surtitles
Duration - Approximately 2 hours with interval
Re Somma is back! Agam is excited to bring back the The Sell-out play which was a celebration of theatre actors in Singapore, through the life of our very own extraordinary veteran actor, Re Sommasundram. Somma defied stereotypes and shattered convention to become one of the most beloved entertainers in our Country from 70s till today.
The play traces the meteoric rise of his career through his iconic stage performances, tv acting and revolutionary radio plays. He reached unparalleled success, but in an unexpected turn Somma, surrounded by darker influences, had his fair share of difficulties. The play will go deep into his life that is not known publicly. His struggles and his rise. It’s the hand-off of a legacy from one generation to the next, as life imitates art and vice versa.
Re.Somma cements a legacy that continues to inspire outsiders, dreamers and theatre enthusiasts to this day. The staging of Re Somma signals our commitment to celebrate very own narratives to the Tamil audiences of the here and now. In “holding up the mirror to nature”, we are exploring ways to update and contemporize this play.
Please verify directly with the Organiser. $25
22/03 730pm,
23/03 230pm and 730pm,
24/03 230pmSOTA Studio TheatreBanu, Company manager
8Agam Theatre LabPanikkanTheater play
Presented in Tamil with English Surtitles
Duration - Approximately 2 hours with interval
Theatre Lab embraces the concept of a theatre laboratory or incubator, where aspiring theatre makers come together to develop their ideas into tangible stage productions. The key components of the laboratory is to nurture, train, and inspire artists, leaders, and younger practitioners through an artist development program and enable these theatre makers to creatively engage with communities and audiences, redefining perceptions of theatre. Throughout the journey, the laboratory provides mentorship with key leaders in the theatre community and participants are guided every step of the way, nurturing their raw ideas and transforming them into reality.
Please verify directly with the Organiser. $1523/05 930am,
24/05 930am, 8pm
25/05 3pm, 8pm
Aliwal Multi purpose hall Studio
Banu, Company manager
10Agam Theatre LabTharuthalai ThiruthamTheater play
Presented in Tamil with English Surtitles
Duration - Approximately 2 hours with interval
Amidst the harsh, unforgiving walls of a prison, an extraordinary tale of human connection unfolds. A diverse group of inmates, each bearing their own burdens and pasts, finds solace in their unlikely camaraderie. When one of their own is wrongly accused, their bond deepens, and they unite in a quest for justice. As the story unfolds, audiences witness the enduring power of their friendship, the sacrifices made in the name of love, and the resilience of the human spirit. Laughter and tears resonate throughout this narrative, offering a profound exploration of hope, redemption, and the miraculous transformations that can occur in the most challenging of circumstances.
Please verify directly with the Organiser. $20
16/08/2024 08:00 PM
17/08/2024 03:00 PM
17/08/2024 08:00 PM
18/08/2024 03:00 PM
Stamford Arts Centre Blackbox
Banu, Company manager
11AKT Theator LtdVillupaatuTheater play
The story we will be sharing revolves around Sang Nila Uttama, weaving together historical events and mythological elements to unveil the origins of the Lion City through captivating narrative music and songs. Villupaatu, originating from rural Tamil Nadu, has been a cherished art form since the 15th century, characterized by the use of ‘Villu’ bows and bells to create melodious tunes that accompany the storytelling.

During their presentation, Students will not only be enthralled by the storytelling prowess of our performers but also actively get engaged in a hand-on-session where they can explore the techniques of Villupaatu and even try their hand at playing the traditional instruments. We believe that this immersive experience will not only entertain but also educate students about the cultural significance of Villupaatu and its role in preserving our heritage. This session will provide a comprehensive understanding of storytelling techniques and the children can join in to design a new performance together as a group.
Please verify directly with the Organiser. $25 Per student1 st April - 2.30 pm to 3.45pm5th April - 2.30 pm to 3.45pmAKT STUDIO, 29 A Campbell Lane, Singapore