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Poetry Festival Singapore 2018

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Poetry Festival Singapore 2018

Poetry Festival Singapore (FPS), formerly The National Poetry Festival is a recipient of the National Arts Council’s Seed Grant from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2019. It is also supported by Our SG Fund. It promotes poetry and the other arts through programmes that include public readings, keynote addresses, craft workshops and panel discussions.

PFS's primary aim is to promote literary excellence in a multilingual, multicultural, multi-generational setting.


27 July 2018 - Poetry Festival Singapore Events

27 July 6.00pm – 9.30pm: Opening Ceremony @ Blue Room

27 July 8.30pm - 9.30pm: BENCHES - A Poetic Play @ Play Den


27 JULY | FRIDAY
8.30PM-9.30PM
Play Den, The Arts House
$20.00 -
Get your tickets here!

BENCHES - A Poetic Play

A girl, in search for her identity, returns to the park that her grandfather used to take her to when he was still alive. He appears, and together they embark on a journey spanning five decades, meeting faces both old and new along the way, sharing tales that become an allegory to her future.


Benches is a coming-of-age, two-person poetic play on love, loss, and what it means for some stories to stay with us forever.


This is the Singapore premiere of an international collaboration, supported by the Poetry Festival Singapore.


Written by GIOVANNI ORTEGA (USA)

Poetry by RANICE TAY (Singapore)

Performed by GIOVANNI ORTEGA (USA) and RANICE TAY (Singapore)
Stage Manager: GENEVIEVE TAN


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28 July 2018 - Poetry Festival Singapore Events

28 July 9.30am - 10.30am: Keynote Address by Chandran Nair @ Blue Room

28 July 1030am - 1130am: Authorial Meditations: Engaging with Religious Narratives @ Blue Room

28 July 11.00am - 12.00nn: Lecture: Puisi Melayu Singapura dan Serantau by Mr Hamed Ismail @ Screening Room

28 July 11.30am - 1.00pm: Children’s poetry workshop by Felix Cheong @ Living Room

28 July 12.00nn - 1.00pm: Forum: “Masihkah Ada Semangat Puisi?” by Mdm Noridah Kamari & Mr Djohan Abdul Rahman @ Blue Room

28 July 12.00nn – 4.00pm: Poetry Proletariat Factory @ Chamber

28 July 1.00pm – 2.00pm: Lunch with Poetry Reading by Crispin Rodrigues: An Author Prepares @ Blue Room

28 July 1.30pm – 2.30pm: FREE FOOD (for the soul): Poetry Reading by Young Women Poets [No lunch provided]

28 July 2.30pm – 3.30pm: History of Spoken Word with poets Ng Yi-Sheng and Stephanie Dogfoot @ Living Room

28 July 3.00pm - 4.00pm: Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves in English and Tamil @ Screening Room

28 July 3.30pm - 5.00pm: Spoken Word Workshop with Amber Lin @ Blue Room

28 July 4.00pm - 5.30pm: Panel discussion on Tamil Poetry @ Screening Room

28 July 4.30pm - 5.30pm: BENCHES - A Poetic Play @ Play Den

28 July 5.30pm - 6.30pm: Migrant Poetry Reading @ Screening Room

28 July 5.30pm - 6.30pm: National Poetry Competition Award Ceremony @ Living Room [Free Entry]

28 July 6.30pm – 8.00pm: Spoken Word Poetry Reading hosted by Elijah Chai with Amber Lin’s students @ Blue Room [early registration required, free entry]

28 July 7.30pm - 9.00pm: E-Poetry: A Tamil Poetry Performance @ Screening Room

28 July 8.30pm - 9.30pm: BENCHES - A Poetic Play @ Play Den


28 JULY | SATURDAY
9.30AM-10.30AM
Blue Room, The Arts House
Free

Keynote Address by GOH Chandran Nair

Join G.O.H. Chandran Nair’s English-language keynote address on the raison d'etre of Singapore poetry in English from the beginnings to the early 1980s.

Q&A session included.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
10.30AM-11.30AM
Screening
Room, The Arts House
Free

Authorial Meditations: Engaging with Religious Narratives

How does a poet or fiction writer engage with history, myth or religion to create a great literary work? What of the author’s own belief or spirituality — how is that navigated along with the art creation? What are the challenges and highlights of such intriguing work? Poet Desmond Kon Zhicheng-Mingdé facilitates this illuminating panel discussion with eminent authors Gwee Li Sui, Krishna Udayasakar and Nuraliah Norasid.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
11.00AM-12.00NN
Blue
Room, The Arts House
Free

Lecture: Puisi Melayu Singapura dan Serantau by Mr Hamed Ismail

This poetry event is an annual gathering to celebrate the wonders of poetry with the aim to heighten the appreciation of the art through discursive engagement and spoken words, so that critical ideas could be part of the creativity and criticality in the art of making and articulating poetry. With 'Semangat Berpuisi', that is Inspirit with Poetry, we come together for meaningful vision, ideas and imagination.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
11.30AM-1.00PM
Living Room, The Arts House
$8.00

Children’s poetry workshop by Felix Cheong

What Rhymes is Fine

In this fun workshop, poet Felix Cheong will play games with participants using rhymes and word association. The aim is to allow them to create poetry freely, to enjoy the creative process without fearing that it is "wrong" or "difficult" to understand. Suitable for children from Primary 5 and above. Adults are welcome.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
12.00NN-1.00PM
Blue Room, The Arts House
Free

Forum: “Masihkah Ada Semangat Puisi?” by Mdm Noridah Kamari & Mr Djohan Abdul Rahman

Moderator: Dr Azhar Ibrahim Panelists: Mdm Noridah Kamari and Mr Djohan Abdul Rahman

This poetry event is an annual gathering to celebrate the wonders of poetry with the aim to heighten the appreciation of the art through discursive engagement and spoken words, so that critical ideas could be part of the creativity and criticality in the art of making and articulating poetry. With 'Semangat Berpuisi', that is Inspirit with Poetry, we come together for meaningful vision, ideas and imagination.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
12.00NN-4.00PM
Chamber, The Arts House

Fee: SGD$6.00 for one poem. Proceeds go to Poetry Festival Singapore.
Click here to pre-order your poem!

Nationhood - Poetry Proletariat Factory

Made-to-order poetry!

Poems will be written as per your request and performed at the timings below. Collect your poems at The Arts House from 1.00pm.

12.00pm - 4.00pm / Performance and poetry production

12.45pm, 1.45pm, 2.45pm, 3.45pm / Poetry readings (15-min sessions)

Watch as the Servile Poets produce poems on analogue typewriters, in mental submission to the Supreme Controller’s productivity-maximising soundscape. Place your order by giving them a word and they will commit to their labour of reflecting and creating from their specific thematic realms. In exchange, pay as you want for the poem product.

Nominated Members of Poetry (NMPs) will be on site to recite your poem at the end of every one hour shift.


About Proletariat Poetry Factory

Founded by artist Rachel Goh and her brother Daren Goh, the Proletariat Poetry Factory is a satirical performance collective that has been mass-making poems since 2006.



28 JULY | SATURDAY
1.00PM-2.00PM
Blue Room, The Arts House


Lunch with Poetry Reading by Crispin Rodrigues: An Author Prepares

Crispin Rodrigues is learning to be a poet. He has just launched his first collection of poems, Pantomime, but he’s afraid that it might not make the cut. Based on Konstatin Stanislavki’s An Actor Prepares, join Crispin as he speaks his mind in a part reading, part performance and part Q&A as he tries to blur what it means to be a poet on his own terms. Lunch provided.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
1.30PM-2.30PM
Living Room, The Arts House
Free

FREE FOOD (for the soul): Poetry Reading by Young Women Poets [No lunch provided]

Seven up-and-coming women poets, some of whom are new in the scene, will showcase a range of poetry inspired by the likes of family, gender issues, spirituality and nationalism. Come and have a taste of FREE FOOD (for the soul). Poets performing include Natalie Wang, Amber Lin, Elizabeth Fen Chen, Ang Shuang, Carissa Cheow, Pamela Seong Koon and Sarah Mak. Hosted by Lim Xin Hwee


28 JULY | SATURDAY
2.30PM-3.30PM
Living Room, The Arts House
Free

History of Spoken Word
with poets Ng Yi-Sheng and Stephanie Dogfoot

The history of spoken word in Singapore is one behind pubs and bars, where poetry meets theatre, music and drag. Though relatively new as compared to the “page” poetry, spoken word’s influence has deep roots in the island state. Join poets Ng Yi-Sheng and Stephanie Dogfoot as they delve into the spoken word scene in Singapore, while sharing their own memories of when they started. Moderated by Max Pasakorn.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
3.00PM-4.00PM
Screening Room, The Arts House
Free

Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves in English and Tamil

Hosted by Khoo Lilin

With Vani Khare and Sanrakshan women poets, Moorthiappan Bharathi, Suja Chellapan


28 JULY | SATURDAY
3.30PM-5.30PM
Blue Room, The Arts House
Free - Early registration required - Click here to register!

Spoken Word Workshop with Amber Lin

Interested students will have to prepare and submit at least 2 poems to work on prior to the workshop.

Language: English

Poem Length: From 3 to 14 lines
This open call workshop is only open to local/foreign students age 13 to 17 in secondary level.

Note: Participants will be invited to perform the pieces after the workshop on Sat 28 July 2018, 6.30pm to 8.00pm.

Workshop participation is still open until 20 July 2018, please register here.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
4.00PM-5.30PM
Screening Room, The Arts House
Free

Panel discussion on Tamil Poetry

The draw of Tamil poetry in Singapore and it’s challenges. The Forum will explore how it is draw huge crop of the Tamil population and the challenges it faces.


Moderator: Chitra Ramesh

Speakers: Mohamed Kassim Shahnavas, M K Kumar, Azhagunila, Bharathi Moorthiappan


கருத்தரங்கு ஜூலை 28, சனிக்கிழமை


சிங்கப்பூரில் தமிழ்க் கவிதை: ஈர்ப்பும் சவால்களும் ஜுலை 28ஆம் தேதி ஆர்ட்ஸ் ஹவுஸ்


தமிழர்களைப் பெருமளவில் ஈர்க்கும் இலக்கிய வடிவமாகத் திகழும் கவிதையின் ஈர்ப்பு சக்தியும், ஒவ்வொரு கட்ட வளர்ச்சியிலும் கவிதை எதிர்கொள்ளும் சவால்களும்


ஒருங்கிணைப்பாளர்: சித்ரா ரமேஷ்


பேச்சாளர்கள்: முகமது காசிம் ஷா, எம்.கே.குமார், அழகுநிலா, பாரதி மூர்த்தியப்பன்


28 JULY | SATURDAY
4.30PM-5.30PM
Play Den, The Arts House
$20.00 -
Get your tickets here!

BENCHES - A Poetic Play

A girl, in search for her identity, returns to the park that her grandfather used to take her to when he was still alive. He appears, and together they embark on a journey spanning five decades, meeting faces both old and new along the way, sharing tales that become an allegory to her future.


Benches is a coming-of-age, two-person poetic play on love, loss, and what it means for some stories to stay with us forever.


This is the Singapore premiere of an international collaboration, supported by the Poetry Festival Singapore.


Written by GIOVANNI ORTEGA (USA)

Poetry by RANICE TAY (Singapore)

Performed by GIOVANNI ORTEGA (USA) and RANICE TAY (Singapore)
Stage Manager: GENEVIEVE TAN


28 JULY | SATURDAY
5.30PM-6.30PM
Screening Room, The Arts House
Free

Migrant Poetry Reading

Carnival of Life

A poetry reading and singing session by Migrant Writers of Singapore


28 JULY | SATURDAY
5.30PM-6.30PM
Living Room, The Arts House
Free

Award Presentation for all National Poetry Competition winners


28 JULY | SATURDAY
6.30PM-8.00PM
Blue Room, The Arts House
Free

Spoken Word Poetry Reading hosted by Elijah Chai with Amber Lin’s students

Sometimes, only words can reveal our deepest motivations. Words reveal, unveil, and expose our innermost desires and feelings. Only then can we even faintly hope to get a glimpse of ourselves at our most vulnerable, and real moments. This Reading is hosted by Elijah Chai with a presentation by Amber Lin and her students along with the finalists of the National Poetry Competition.

Open Call still on-going until 30 June 2018, please submit your poems here.
Update: Open Call has closed! Thank you for your active participation and we look forward to seeing you there!


28 JULY | SATURDAY
7.30PM-9.00PM
Screening Room, The Arts House
Free

E-poetry: A Tamil Poetry Performance

Eleven promising poets that have taken part in the Singpowrimo Tamil Poetry challenge 2018 will be performing their poems for their audiences. These poets include winners of the challenge and those that have done very well in the daily prompts. This includes them sharing about their writing processes and experiences. Each participant will be given 8 minutes for their sharing. The last 15 minutes of the programme would be an open mike where the audiences are given a mike to perform their pieces as well. So come down for an evening to hear how these newly turned poets for their inspiration and wrote their first few pieces of poetry and maybe even share a few verses of your own.

Poets performing include: Haja Nizamudeen PBM, Geethapresenna Deivakumar, Gomathi Krishnan, Abirami Suresh, Arun Vasudev Krishnan, Chandralekha Thanabalan, Divyapoorani Ravi, S Dinuraj, Aparna Rajesh, Subhashini Kalaikannan, Baskaran Ganga

இணைய கவி துளிகள்

சிங்பொரிமொ தமிழ் கவிதைச் சவாலில் பங்கேற்ற பதினொரு வளரும் கவிஞர்கள் தங்கள் கவிதைகளைப் பகிர்ந்துகொள்வார்கள். இதில் சவாலின் வெற்றியாளர்களும், அன்றாடம் கருப்பொருள்களுக்கு சிறப்பாக எழுதியவர்களும் அடங்குவார்கள். அவர்கள் தங்கள் கவிதைகளோடு தங்கள் எழுத்துச் செயல்பாடுகள் பற்றியும் பேசுவார்கள். நிகழ்ச்சியின் கடைசி 15 நிமிடங்கள் பார்வையாளர்கள் தங்கள் கவிதைகளைப் பகிர்ந்துகொள்ளலாம். இந்த புதிய கவிஞர்களின் உந்துசக்தி என்ன என்பதை அறிந்துகொள்ளவும் உங்கள் கவிதைகளைப் பகிரவும் இந்நிகழ்ச்சிக்கு வருகை புரியுங்கள்.


28 JULY | SATURDAY
8.30PM-9.30PM
Play Den, The Arts House
$20.00 - Get your tickets here!

BENCHES - A Poetic Play

A girl, in search for her identity, returns to the park that her grandfather used to take her to when he was still alive. He appears, and together they embark on a journey spanning five decades, meeting faces both old and new along the way, sharing tales that become an allegory to her future.


Benches is a coming-of-age, two-person poetic play on love, loss, and what it means for some stories to stay with us forever.


This is the Singapore premiere of an international collaboration, supported by the Poetry Festival Singapore.


Written by GIOVANNI ORTEGA (USA)

Poetry by RANICE TAY (Singapore)

Performed by GIOVANNI ORTEGA (USA) and RANICE TAY (Singapore)
Stage Manager: GENEVIEVE TAN


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29 July 2018 – Poetry Festival Singapore Events

29 July 11.00am - 12.30pm: Forum on Chinese Poetry and Music @ Blue Room

29 July 11.00am - 12.30pm: Video Poetry in English and Tamil @ Screening Room

29 July 1.00pm - 2.00pm: LUNCH with Poetry WITHOUT RHYME OR REASONby S@ber @ Blue Room

29 July 2.00pm - 3.00pm: A Reading Showcase by the Creative Arts Programme @ Screening Room

29 July 3.00pm - 4.00pm: In Spirit and In Truth Spiritual Poetry Reading @ Blue Room

29 July 4.30pm - 5.30pm: BENCHES - A Poetic Play @ Play Den

29 July 7.00pm - 8.00pm: Poetry Reading Performance by Shivram Workshop Students from HCAC @ Blue Room


Notice: 29 July 2018 is 'Car-Free Sunday' for the Civic District and traffic to The Arts House might be affected.
Please refer to this link for more information on the traffic changes.


29 JULY | SUNDAY
11.00AM-12.30PM
Blue Room, The Arts House
Free

Forum on Poetry and Music

Hear what the familar household name Muzi 木子, Lyricist for HOME and the Awakening 雾锁南洋(also a poet and academic on poetics), in addition, Zhang Yaotian 张耀天, a young rising musician who advocates the New Nanyang Shiyue or Poetry-music, have to tell us about the musicalization of Chinese-language poetry. Yaotian will bring his guitar to demonstrate and explain how he has composed music in relation to the verses using two case studies of SG Chinese poetry, one half-finished and the other already complete with a MV. Promised to sing live, Muzi will cite examples from the Chinese classical poetry, including the early Shijing and Southern Chu verses, to highlight how music and verses have worked together throughout the centuries. The session will be hosted and facilitated by Chinese poet Chow Teck Seng, who will share with the speakers and audience his experiences in the musicalization of his poems.


很多人因《家》、《雾锁南洋》和《故乡的老酒》 而知道木子这个词人。木子(即李茀民)是诗人,也是专栏作者,更是研究诗学的学人。 他将与本地年轻音乐人张耀天一起讨论诗歌和音乐的结合。耀天本身提倡南洋新诗乐,致力把新华诗歌音乐化,这次他将通过两首诗(一首半完成、一首已创作完毕并制作成音乐录像),现场用吉他示范和分析作曲的过程。木子也会以中国古代的诗经和楚辞等举例,现场哼唱,解释说明中文诗与音乐结合的情况。本场主持是诗人周德成,除了串场,他会适时分享他进行诗乐结合的情况与状况。


29 JULY | SUNDAY
11.00AM-12.30PM
Screening Room, The Arts House
Free

Video Poetry in English and Tamil

8 poets including 4 students will join hands to recite poems in an unusual setting! Witness their recital against some exciting video clippings and join in to share your thoughts!

'ஆத்மார்த்தமான கவிக்குரல்கள்' : கவிஞர்களும் மாணவர்களும் இணையும் கவிதைக் களம்.

தங்கமீன் கலை இலக்கிய வட்டம் மற்றும் இளமைத்தமிழ்.காம் இணையத்தளத்தைச் சார்ந்த எட்டு கவிஞர்கள், துடிப்புமிக்க காணொளிக் காட்சிகளின் பின்புலத்தில் மானுட மகத்துவத்தைப் போற்றி ஆத்மார்த்தமாக எழுப்ப இருக்கும் கவிதைக் குரல்களைக் கேட்க, காண வாருங்கள்! வாசிக்கப்படும் கவிதைகளின் ஆங்கில மொழிபெயர்ப்பின் பிரதிகள் பார்வையாளர்களுக்கு வழங்கப்படுவதோடு, நிகழ்ச்சியின் முடிவில், கவிதைகளைப் பற்றிய கலந்துரையாடலும் இடம் பெறும்.


29 JULY | SUNDAY
1.00PM-2.00PM
Blue Room, The Arts House
$6.00

LUNCH with Poetry WITHOUT RHYME OR REASONby S@ber

A Poetry Reading by Literary Collective / S@ber/Max Pasakorn

The young poets from the writing group S@ber display a variety of styles and will show you the concerns of millennials.

Catch the members of writers' collective /Stop @ Bad End Rhymes (/s@ber) in a public poetry reading! You're guaranteed a variety of written and spoken works from heartfelt confessions to mind-boggling literary experiments that will leave a rich and flavorful aftertaste.

This event is hosted by /s@ber member Amber Lin, and features Andy Winter, Joshua Lim, Lune Loh, Valen Lim, Ianna Chia, Iain Lim Jun Rui, Pranamika, Anurak Saelaow , Carissa Cheow, Andrea Ong and Max Pasakorn.


29 JULY | SUNDAY
2.00PM-3.00PM
Screening Room, The Arts House
Free

A Reading Showcase by the Creative Arts Programme

This session features the works of student poets who were participants of the Creative Arts Programme in 2017 or 2018. The Programme consists of an annual residential seminar comprising writing and performance workshops, and exposure to relevant issues on writing and the arts. The poets will be reading their works which pertain to the 2018 Festival theme In Spirit, as well as providing some insight into the inspiration for each piece.

Performed by: Gillian Choy, Chong Kai Qing, Kelly Tan, Natalie Goh, Natalie Rae-Fern Koh, Nicholas Yong, Mickel Ng, Amanda Lee


29 JULY | SUNDAY
3.00PM-4.00PM
Blue Room, The Arts House
Free

In Spirit and In Truth Spiritual Poetry Reading

A poetry reading with Keki Daruwalla, Nordita Taib, Aaron Lee, Lin Rongchan, Eric Tinsay Valles, Grace Chia, Chitra Ramesh, Ow Yeong Wai Kit, Psalmideo et al

Spiritual poems inspire people to aspire to wisdom, love and self-realization. Representing various faith and humanistic traditions, the featured poets reach out to seek peace and virtue through art.


29 JULY | SUNDAY
4.30PM-5.30PM
Play Den, The Arts House
$20.00 - Get your tickets here!

BENCHES - A Poetic Play

A girl, in search for her identity, returns to the park that her grandfather used to take her to when he was still alive. He appears, and together they embark on a journey spanning five decades, meeting faces both old and new along the way, sharing tales that become an allegory to her future.


Benches is a coming-of-age, two-person poetic play on love, loss, and what it means for some stories to stay with us forever.


This is the Singapore premiere of an international collaboration, supported by the Poetry Festival Singapore.


Written by GIOVANNI ORTEGA (USA)

Poetry by RANICE TAY (Singapore)

Performed by GIOVANNI ORTEGA (USA) and RANICE TAY (Singapore)
Stage Manager: GENEVIEVE TAN


29 JULY | SUNDAY
7.00PM-8.00PM
Blue Room, The Arts House
$10

Poetry Reading Performace by Shivram Workshop Students from HCAC

Be awed by Shivram Gopinath’s workshop students performing new poetry performances pieces.

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Guest-of-Honour Chandran Nair on “In Spirit in Singapore Poetry” with Q&A (snacks provided) @ Blue Room FULL
28 July 1030am - 1130am: Authorial Meditations: Engaging with Religious Narratives @ Blue Room FULL
28 July 11.00am - 12.00nn: Lecture: Puisi Melayu Singapura dan Serantau by Mr Hamed Ismail @ Screening Room FULL
28 July 11.30am - 1.00pm: Children’s poetry workshop by Felix Cheong @ Living Room SOLD OUT $8.00
28 July 12.00pm - 1.00pm: Forum: “Masihkah Ada Semangat Puisi?” by Mdm Noridah Kamari & Mr Djohan Abdul Rahman @ Blue Room FULL
28 July 1.00pm - 2.00pm: Lunch with Poetry Reading by Crispin Rodrigues: An Author Prepares @ Blue Room SOLD OUT $6.00
28 July 1.30pm - 2.30pm: Young Women Poets @ Living Room [No Lunch Provided] FULL
28 July 2.30 - 3.30pm: History of Spoken Word @ Living Room FULL
28 July 3.00pm - 4.00pm: Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves in English and Tamil @ Screening Room FULL
28 July 4.00pm - 5.30pm: Panel discussion on Tamil Poetry @ Screening Room FULL
28 July 5.30pm - 6.30pm: Migrant Poetry Reading @ Screening Room FULL
28 July 5.30pm - 6.30pm: National Poetry Competition Award Ceremony @ Living Room FULL
28 July 6.30pm – 8.00pm: Spoken Word Poetry Reading hosted by Elijah Chai with Amber Lin’s students @ Blue Room FULL
28 July 7.30pm - 9.00pm: Panel discussion on Tamil Poetry @ Screening Room FULL
29 July 11.00am - 12.30pm: Forum on Poetry and Music @ Blue Room FULL
29 July 11.00am - 12.30pm: Video Poetry in English and Tamil @ Screening Room FULL
29 July 1.00pm - 2.00pm: LUNCH with Poetry [WITHOUT RHYME OR REASON] by S@ber @ Blue Room SOLD OUT $6.00
29 July 2.00pm - 3.00pm: Poetry Showcase by the Creative Arts Programme @ Screening Room FULL
29 July 3.00pm - 4.00pm: In Spirit and In Truth Spiritual Poetry Reading @ Blue Room FULL
29 July 7.00pm - 8.00pm: Poetry Reading Performance by Shivram Gopinath's Poetry Workshop Participants @ Blue Room SOLD OUT $10.00
Venue Address
1 Old Parliament Ln, Former Parliament House and Annex Building, Singapore 179429 Singapore
Organizer
Poetry Festival Singapore
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