Travel to Europe may be off the books for now, but get as close as you can to an evening in a Paris cabaret with Sing'theatre's tribute to Edith Piaf, France's most iconic chanteuse.
The company marks its 15th anniversary with the revival of this revue, first produced in 2007. Its line-up includes local thespians Hossan Leong, Mina Ellen Kaye and Rebekah Sangeetha Dorai. Eighteen-year-old Maya Raisha also makes her stage debut.
They will perform 20 songs from the repertoire of Piaf, a legendary but troubled singer nicknamed "The Sparrow", including her signature numbers La Vie En Rose (Life In Pink) and Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien (No Regrets).
Where: Alliance Francaise Theatre, 1 Sarkies Road
When: Till April 25, Tuesdays to Fridays, 6.30 and 9pm; Saturdays, 4 and 8pm; Sundays, 3 and 7pm
Admission: $75 via Sistic (call 6348 5555 or go to the Sistic website)
Info: Sing'theatre's website
I Am Kumar
Popular comedian and drag queen Kumar had his show Vote Kumar cancelled last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but returns with a vengeance later this month in this Dream Academy feature. As SingapoRediscovers itself, so does he.
Where: Capitol Theatre, 17 Stamford Road
MRT: City Hall
When: April 29 to May 23, various timings
Admission: $85 from this site
Info: Dream Academy's website
A secret cell of an invisible, omnipresent global movement called TM has executed a successful worldwide operation. They welcome potential members to attend an explorative talk - with no obligations. Or so they say.
This work on human connection by Belgian theatre company Ontroerend Goed, a late addition to the Esplanade's Studios season, is a live online performance for a single audience member at a time.
When: Next Wednesday (April 21) to April 25, 8 to 10.45pm; April 28 to May 2, 9 to 11.45pm
Admission: $20 from Sistic
Info: For ages 13 and above. For more information, go to the Esplanade website