Special Guests No Strings Attached Theatre Of Disability (NSA)

Fancy watching a production during the festival? We’ve got you covered. For the first time ever, No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability  which hails from Australia will be setting up a theatre component at the SportSG Auditorium at the Festival Village, with free admission.

Check out the exclusive Double Bill: No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability (Australia) + Very Special Theatrics (Singapore) below!

I Forgot to Remember to Forget: No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability’s World Premiere

I Forgot to Remember to Forget is an experimental theatre piece that investigates memory. It came to life out of an exciting collaboration with four performers who share their sometimes-traumatic experiences of acquiring a disability through illness, injury or birth and explores how we accept the changes. The piece is created in collaboration with Michaela Cantwell, Kathryn Hall, Kobi Taylor, Duncan Luke, Kym Mackenzie and the world premiere in Singapore is supported by Singapore International Foundation (SIF).

More information can be found here.

My Home is Not a Shell: A Collaboration with Very Special Theatrics

My Home is not a Shell is a collaborative work in progress by No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability (NSA) and Very Special Theatrics (VST). Co-organised by SIF and Very Special Arts Singapore, the collaboration includes workshops on 5-11 February 2018 (which were led by artistic directors, Alirio Zavarce from NSA and R. Chandran from VST). The international exchange and learning culminates in a creative showcase featuring VST performers.

The Double Bill will be presented at the True Colours Festival Village (24 and 25 March, 3-5pm, SportsSG auditorium (free for public). Reserve your tickets here before they run out!



Partnership with NSA and VST

SIF’s Arts for Good initiativeseeks to contribute to positive social change through collaborations between Singaporean artists and their international counterparts, as well as galvanise greater community involvement in sustainable change.

As part of the Arts for Good initiative and SIF’s involvement in the past editions of the Arts & Disability Forum with National Arts Council and British Council, SIF is partnering NSA and bringing NSA and VSA/VST together to continue exchanges and foster leadership within the arts & disability sector for the listed projects above.