Humanists go to the Theatre!


2:00 pm - 4:15 pm

The Arts House
1 Old Parliament Lane

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Hi there!

The Humanist Society Singapore (HSS) invites you to join us for a day at the theatre!

Thanks to our friends at theatre company Pinball Collective, we are pleased to be able to offer you discounted tickets for a local production with sci-fi themes – Floating Bones. (Synopsis below)

Special Note – We are delighted to include a post-show talk session with the director and the cast of Floating Bones, arranged specially for Humanist Society Singapore (HSS).


Sunday, 6 July 2014

Time: 2pm to 4.15pm

Discount Tickets: $22.50 (+$2 ticketing fee)

Venue: Play Den @ The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane Singapore 179429

Normal Price : $25 + $2 fee    |    Students/senior citizens/NSF/The Arts House members: $18 + $2 fee 


To RSVP, please drop us a note with the subject “theatre rsvp” , the number of tickets needed and your contact number:

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  • On event day, please come to the Arts House Box Office, no later than 1.30pm, and give them your name as per RSVP to get your HSS discount.
  • Your reserved ticket will be released to public walk-ins after 1.30pm, so please be early.
  • Our representative will be at the Arts House Box Office from 1pm. We will be going for a drink after the play so do stay on if you can.

Floating Bones – As Featured in Straits Times, Lianhe Zaobao and more!

‘Floating Bones’ is a double bill of two plays. One of Singapore’s very rare few Sci-Fi plays about a post-apocalyptic, dystopian Singapore where the old and the disabled are shot out into sea in floating vessels to live out the rest of their lives. The second is a dream play about a refugee’s search and a young man facing his mother’s death.

Two originally Mandarin works, written by critically acclaimed local Chinese playwrights Quah Sy Ren and Han Lao Da have been beautifully translated by New York based translator Jeremy Tiang. Starring a brilliant cast of Lim Kay Siu, Zachery Ibrahim, Bridget Lachica, Elizabeth Sergent Tan and Bevin Ng.  ‘Floating Bones’ is set out to be one of the most unusual and thrilling theatricals works of 2014. 

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