Celebrate the art of busking

A Silent Hour, a one-man show, will pitch busking as an art form

Toy Factory Productions' associate artistic director Stanley Seah (far left) believes busking should be appreciated as an art form, so he roped in university student and busker Lee Yee Kien (left) to put on the one-man show.
Toy Factory Productions' associate artistic director Stanley Seah (left) believes busking should be appreciated as an art form, so he roped in university student and busker Lee Yee Kien (right) to put on the one-man show.ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM

What makes a 22-year-old start busking on the streets of Punggol?

University student Lee Yee Kien performs for love of music, rather than to earn money.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on March 26, 2019, with the headline 'Celebrate the art of busking'. Subscribe