Date & Time
7 March, 4.30pm - 5.30pm
8 March, 4.30pm - 5.30pm
(Pre-performance craft session from 4.30pm - 5pm. Performance from 5pm - 5.30pm)
91 Lorong Chencharu (Yishun)
Nearest MRT: Khatib (< 10 minutes walk)
$12 per pax. Register here.
Babies-in-arms (under 1 year-old) do not need a ticket.
*Note: If the event needs to be postponed due to unforeseen circumstances, we will reach out to all ticket buyers with the option of a full refund.
A basket contains, holds, protects, and helps us move things from place to place. How can a simple basket evoke sensations and feelings in young children?
The Basket is a dance theatre performance for young audiences, based on Quek Hong Shin’s book The Incredible Basket. Performers from Rolypoly Family will take the audience on an exploration of the possibilities, and inspire the tall and short audience members to discover what the basket can conjure in our lives and in our imaginations.
Held in Ground-Up Initiative, an independent community and farm space in Khatib, this evening performance is set against a natural backdrop, opening up a sense of space and time for the audience. Attendees can expect to interact with the performers and the props.
About the Organiser
Rolypoly Family is a team of dance artists who value body positivity and respect, gender equality and social inclusion. Led by Faye Lim and Bernice Lee, they run dance and body-based programmes and projects for diverse children and families, in partnership with organisations across Singapore. Last year, their dance theatre show Letters Come Alive! played to enthusiastic crowds at The Artground, the Esplanade’s Octoburst! festival and through the National Arts Council’s Got To Move initiative.