Returning for the second year, A Wonderful Weekend is a two-day event featuring workshops, staged readings, a stand-up comedy night and sale of handcrafted creations with an emphasis on resourcing and repurposing the old and seemingly mundane into spectacular gift ideas. And for those who love a good bargain, there are also pre-loved pieces available that are hard to resist. 

And best of all, it’s for a good cause. Proceeds from A Wonderful Weekend will help raise funds for TheatreWorks developmental and community engagement programmes. TheatreWorks (S) Ltd is a registered charity and one of the oldest and most established interdisciplinary arts companies in Singapore. For more information about TheatreWorks visit theatreworks.org.sg

Come join us @ 72-13, Home of TheatreWorks.

Tickets to workshops and stand-up comedy are by donation of minimum S$30.
All donations enjoy a 250% tax deduction.

To donate and/or register visit our giving.sg page or email: aww.theatreworks@gmail.com

Programme:

30 Nov 2019, Sat

  • 10.30am – 7.30pm: Artisan Pop-ups 
  • 11am – 1pm: Healthy Eating with Caroline Lim – a cooking workshop
  • 2pm – 4pm: Turning the Everyday into Exciting Fiction, a writing workshop with Akshita Nanda, journalist and author of Nimita’s Place
  • 4pm – 6pm: First Read with Malavika by Hemang Yadav. A staged reading of a new script
  • 7.30pm – 9pm: Fresh+Raw: Stand-up comedy hosted by Sharul Channa, featuring established and new comedians

1 Dec 2019, Sun

  • 10.30am – 6pm: Artisan Pop-ups 
  • 10.30am – 12.30pm: Movement Flow: Permission to Dance by Sharda Harrison 
  • 11am – 1pm: First Read with Final Call by Timothy Yam. A staged reading of a new script
  • 2pm – 4pm: Tinkering and Puppet making with Playeum
  • 4pm – 6pm: First Read with Potholes by Wong Yunjie. A staged reading of a new script

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