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An Enchanting Evening with Voo Seow Fong

Ms Voo Seow Fong, who is a regular performer on stage, will be presenting a series of fast and slow Oldies and Evergreen Mandarin, English and Cantonese songs, that will bring audience back to memory lane.

Besides entertaining performance by Ms Voo, the concert will also include Singapore veteran performer Marcus Chin 陈建彬,Golden Age Talentime Vocal Instructor, 黄金年华导师, 夏蕙,  and Singapore Canto King, 广东歌王,Jason 曾咏恒.

It will be a night of great entertainment, reminiscing the good old days.

Venue
Theatre
Date & Time:
30 October, 7:30pm
Price:
VIP - $88 (SOLD OUT)
STALLS - $48 (SOLD OUT)
CIRCLE - $28
Tickets
Call 9898 7301/9895 1466 or email seowfong@singnet.com.sg

Theatre

Skin

What happens when one’s faith becomes more important than love?

Tan Yang Xin believes that he has made it by Singapore’s standards; a high income job at a brokerage firm, a luxurious car, and as his crowning jewel - Afifah, the love of his life.

It all seems perfect up till the moment when his eyes meet with her father’s, Pak. Years of turbulent history surfaces between them - moved by a vindictive heart, Pak denies their relationship and presses Yang Xin for a test of his faith, commitment and love for his daughter.

Journey with this interfaith couple through the eyes of Iman, the returning Imam, as the feuding males and the exasperated bride-to-be explore their relationship with religion, masculinity, their loved ones and perhaps most importantly — each other.

Venue
Black Box
Date & Time:
15 October, 8pm - 17 October, 3pm
Price:
$27.23

 

Lion

“Sometimes you have to be a lion, to be the lamb you really are.” - Yvonne Reed

Yi Kai, a reformed party playboy jock has waited his entire life for this moment—a chance at adopting a son. After countless rejections, he finally sees the light of day when an orphanage is willing to meet him for an interview.

On the day of the interview, Yi Kai steps in all dressed to impress. But at one look, Jack, the orphanage’s case manager, is instantly transported back to his teenage years where Yi Kai used to torment him relentlessly in school. A deep scar had been left to fester over the years in Jack’s heart, and unsurprisingly, the interview quickly ended with a flat-out rejection.

Puzzled but not defeated, Yi Kai refuses to give up the fight for his right to raise a child. Now, both men are forced to confront their bitter past for the sake of a child’s future.

Venue
Black Box
Date & Time:
8 October, 8pm - 10 October, 3pm
Price:
$27.23

 

The Time Machine

If you could go back in time, would you accept your past existence?

A scientist in the twilight of her career looks back on her life - reminiscing a simpler time where her world was full of infinite possibilities, where she aspired to leave something the world would remember her by. 15 years have passed, yet all she has done is to push herself deeper into her work, all the while pushing away those she loves and those who love her. Now, deadened by time, she settles down at her desk to work on her final project.

Venue
Black Box
Date & Time:
1 October, 8pm - 3 October, 3pm
Price:
$27.23

 

Ma Courage

Mother Courage and Her Children was written in 1939 in response to the rise in facism and Nazism in Germany. Brecht chose to locate this story in the 17th century’s Thirty Years' War and it follows the fortunes of Anna Frieling and her three children. Determined to create opportunity out of crisis, Anna’s efforts ultimately prove fruitless and lead to the loss of all her children. The play serves as a moral compass for anyone who seeks to benefit from calamity and suffering. Ma Courage takes loose inspiration from Brecht's original, relocating the play and its concerns to a Singaporean context. The play is performed by the LASALLE Diploma in Performance students , in collaboration with the LASALLE Diploma in Theatre Production and Management programme.

Director: Samantha Scott-Blackhall
Based upon: Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht

Update:
The show is now available for online viewing from now till Sunday, 30 May, 2359:
Cast B

Gateway Theatre is proud to have provided the venue and video support for this production.

Ma Courage

Mother Courage and Her Children was written in 1939 in response to the rise in facism and Nazism in Germany. Brecht chose to locate this story in the 17th century’s Thirty Years' War and it follows the fortunes of Anna Frieling and her three children. Determined to create opportunity out of crisis, Anna’s efforts ultimately prove fruitless and lead to the loss of all her children. The play serves as a moral compass for anyone who seeks to benefit from calamity and suffering. Ma Courage takes loose inspiration from Brecht's original, relocating the play and its concerns to a Singaporean context. The play is performed by the LASALLE Diploma in Performance students , in collaboration with the LASALLE Diploma in Theatre Production and Management programme.

Director: Samantha Scott-Blackhall
Based upon: Mother Courage and Her Children by Bertolt Brecht

Update:
The show is now available for online viewing from now till Sunday, 30 May, 2359:
Cast B

Gateway Theatre is proud to have provided the venue and video support for this production.

The Rishi Report

After 2 amazing sold out live shows, Rishi Budhrani is back, and this time, he invites Singapore's original funny man Gurmit Singh!

Look out for sketch and stand-up comedy segments about the latest happenings in Singapore and around the world.

Also, stay tuned for correspondents Jacky Ng and Siraj Aziz as they bring you their signature Broken News segment.

Musical guest to be announced soon!

Free-seating: first come first seat basis

Venue: Gateway Theatre Black Box
Date & Time: 30 Apr 8:30pm, 1 May 6:30pm & 9:00pm
Duration: 70 minutes
Price: $55 (Early Bird), $65 (Kuku Bird)

Tickets

The Monster In The Mirror

16 year old Jane is constantly bullied in school and scolded at home by her overbearing mother. Worse still, she is continually tormented by the self-critical voices in her head.

That is, until she receives a magic mirror from a flamboyant Fairy God Delivery Beng. She peers into this mirror and finds herself face to face with someone who has been living in her head all her life - a monster.

“The Monster in the Mirror Musical” is a hilarious and touching musical about what it means to love yourself. Singapore's first digi-theatrical musical experience not to be missed!

Digital Stream: 28 March, 8pm – 4 April, 11.59pm

Tickets

Glorify

In the midst of hopelessness and despair, the Church is called to rise up to declare and release songs of salvation and hope in Jesus. Over two nights of worship with two different set lists, Awaken Generation Music will be recording fresh prophetic songs written to lift our eyes towards our living hope. We invite you to join us in one heart and spirit to raise our hallelujah in this day of trouble.

Date:
19 & 20 August
Time:
8pm
Venue:
Theatre & Online
 

Gateway Little Hoppers

Gateway Arts & Distinct Creative Arts (DCA) bring urban dance for kids to Gateway Theatre.

Engaging in dance from an early age allows children to attain a greater range of movement and coordination. It also betters the child's social interactions, improves imagination, ability to explore and express emotions, as well as allows them to learn to be vulnerable and overcome fears.

Gateway Little Hoppers will help your child achieve those goals in a fun and engaging manner. Your child will learn hip hop basics with urban dance techniques and is guaranteed to have A LOT of fun!

Date:
Module 2: 20, 27 March; 3, 10, 17, 24 April; 8, 15 May 2021 (Break on 1 May for Labour Day)
Time:
Boys & Girls (Age 3 &4): 11.30am - 12.30pm
Girls (Age 5-9): 1.00pm - 2.30pm
Boys (Age 5-9): 3.00pm - 4.30pm

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