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The Mysterious Lai Teck, an examination of communist history by Singapore’s Ho Tzu Nyen.

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Beware of Pity, helmed by cutting-edge director Simon McBurney.

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100 Keyboards by Japanese sound artist ASUNA.

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BEWARE OF PITY.

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DIONYSUS.

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KORPER.

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ST/LL.

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BEDTIME STORIES.

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RYUICHI SAKAMOTO: FRAGMENTS.

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DISPLACED PERSONS' WELCOME DINNER.

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BILL FRISELL TRIO.
ARTS FEST 2019

Tales to Tell: highlights of Singapore’s Arts Festival

A strong narrative is what drives the programme at this year's Singapore International Festival of Arts
Mar 1, 2019 5:50 AM

TOP NAMES including legendary composer Ryuichi Sakamoto, jazz guitarist Bill Frisell, theatre guru Tadashi Suzuki, acclaimed choreographer Sasha Waltz and iconoclastic theatre-maker Simon McBurney are among the line-up of this year's Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA). Once again,

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