Other events

British artist Liz Atkin.
British artist Liz Atkin.
Si Ti Kay.
Si Ti Kay.PHOTO: TUCKY/CAKE THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS

ARTIST TALKS/ #COMPULSIVE CHARCOAL

What: From Jan 4 to 15, British artist Liz Atkin will dash off charcoal sketches while taking Singapore's public transport and give them away to commuters for free. She channels her compulsive need to pick at her skin into creative work and shares more about her life and art at the following free public talks.

Where: Lecture Theatre, Block F Level 2 F201, Lasalle College of the Arts, 1 McNally Street  When: Jan 6, 7pm  Admission: Register at M1SFF-lasalle.peatix.com

Where: Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, 90 Yishun Central When: Jan 7, 1.30pm Admission: Register at Thrive.org.sg

Where: library@esplanade, 03-01 Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, 8 Raffles Avenue  When: Jan 7, 5pm Admission: Register at M1SFF-libraryesp.peatix.com


SI TI KAY

What: Theatre-maker Noor Effendy Ibrahim is known for visceral work that often demands as much from the audience as from the performers. His new collective, Akulah BIMBO SAKTI (I Am The MAGIC BIMBO), takes viewers into the tensions shaping the domestic realm.

Where: Black Box, Centre 42 When: Jan 4 to 6, 8pm Admission: $25 from Sistic Info: Rating to be advised

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