Feed Your Imagination: International Friendship Day

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Dates
Tuesday 29 June – Friday 2 July 2021 (in-theatre)
Tuesday 6 July – Friday 9 July 2021 (online)

Times
2.30pm – 4.00pm & 5.30pm – 7.00pm

Venue
Esplanade Theatre Studio | Online

Tickets
$23 (in-theatre) | $15 (online)
for Schools (Primary and Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges and Centralised Institute)

Tote Board Arts Grant:
Schools are able to use the Tote Board Arts grant subsidy of up to 50% of the ticket price.

For every 20 student tickets purchased per performance, one complimentary teacher ticket will be issued.

For every 100 tickets purchased to the same show title, five additional complimentary tickets will be issued for the same production.

The complimentary offer is only available for purchases made in a single transaction for the same show title.

To find out more and book tickets for your students, visit this webpage.

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event details

Dates
Tuesday 29 June – Friday 2 July 2021 (in-theatre)
Tuesday 6 July – Friday 9 July 2021 (online)

Times
2.30pm – 4.00pm & 5.30pm – 7.00pm

Venue
Esplanade Theatre Studio | Online

Tickets
$23 (in-theatre) | $15 (online)
for Schools (Primary and Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges and Centralised Institute)

Tote Board Arts Grant:
Schools are able to use the Tote Board Arts grant subsidy of up to 50% of the ticket price.

For every 20 student tickets purchased per performance, one complimentary teacher ticket will be issued.

For every 100 tickets purchased to the same show title, five additional complimentary tickets will be issued for the same production.

The complimentary offer is only available for purchases made in a single transaction for the same show title.

To find out more and book tickets for your students, visit this webpage.

It’s International Friendship Day at MPSS but friendship seems to be the last thing on the students’ minds.

While the foreign students Adi, Anton and Liqin are questioning what to showcase at their booths and why there isn’t one for the local students, the Drama Club boys are unhappy about them not putting any effort towards the much anticipated Singapore Youth Festival (SYF).

Meanwhile, Carys is facing pressure at home for losing her spot as the school’s top Maths student.

Will she lose her top spot to an international scholar?

Will the Drama Club boys get the foreigners to join in the chorus?

Will Adi get the booth of his choice?

Join us at International Friendship Day with the MPSS students as we discuss cross-cultural differences in this interactive theatre piece!

International Friendship Day was first commissioned by Singapore Kindness Movement in 2015, and was restaged as part of Peer Pleasure 2016.

Learning Objectives

  • Explore issues related to integration between Singaporean and non-Singaporean students
  • Develop a sense of empathy and compassion for others
  • Consider multiple perspectives in effective communication
  • Learn skills of empowerment to effect changes in their lives

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Photo Credit:
Yusri Sapari