M1 Singapore Fringe Festival
The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is an annual festival of theatre, dance, music, visual arts and mixed media created and presented by Singaporeans and international artists. Themed differently each year, the Festival aims to bring the best of contemporary, cutting-edge and socially engaged works to the Singapore audience.
The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival is set to be a creative centre, with the twin purpose of innovation and discussion, a platform for meaningful and provocative art to engage our increasingly connected and complex world.
For more information on M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2016: Art and the Animal, please call The Necessary Stage at (65) 6440 8115 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
True to the spirit of creating challenging, indigenous and innovative theatre that touches the heart and mind, the team from The Necessary Stage is the organising committee of the M1 Singapore Fringe Festival.
Sean Tobin (email@example.com)
Jezamine Tan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ang Kia Yee
THE NECESSARY STAGE
Formed in 1987 by our current Artistic Director Alvin Tan, The Necessary Stage (TNS) is a non-profit theatre company with charity status. Our mission is to create challenging, indigenous and innovative theatre that touches the heart and mind. TNS is a recipient of the National Arts Council's Major Grant FY2014-FY2016, and is also the organiser of the annual M1 Singapore Fringe Festival. 2016 sees TNS celebrating its 28th year of creating challenging, innovative and indigenous theatre that touches the heart and mind. Having presented more than 100 original plays in Singapore and abroad, TNS remains focused on breaking new ground in original local content and intercultural exploration.
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Shawn Chua Ming Ren
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For more information, please visit www.necessary.org.
The M1 Singapore Fringe Festival 2016's public relations are managed by Phish Communications Pte Ltd.
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