Once On This Island: Turning The Tide

With shades of Disney’s Moana and a message that everyone should pay close attention to, Once On This Island is a paean to the positive possibilities that can present themselves when paradigms are challenged through perseverance and a splash of paranormal pizzazz.

As Singapore is also an island, this is all the more reason to catch this performance that’s a perennial favourite of those who have witnessed its power, pomp and pageantry.

Red Dot, Green Dot

An evening of spoken word, music, literature and laughter, celebrating the cultures of Singapore and Ireland.

With performances from LASALLE students and alumni, and the combined showcasing of members of the Irish community at the intimate Flexible Performance Space at LASALLE, Red Dot Green Dot is a fun and memorable evening of cultural entertainment, warm friendship and great craic!

For the 2024 edition of this annual event, renowned Singaporean playwright and author Jean Tay has written a 10 minute monologue using the archives, objects and materials that celebrate the life of LASALLE’s founder, Brother Joseph McNally. Jean Tay is a postgraduate student enrolled in the Masters in Creative Writing programme at LASALLE.

All proceeds from the sale of donation tickets will go toward the loveLASALLE Education Fund, which provides much-needed financial assistance to students at LASALLE who are from families with low per capita income, and who would otherwise not be able to fulfil their dream of pursuing an education in LASALLE without your generous support.

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