This week, Urban Kulit travelled to London and caught Platform 65’s director Cui in the heat of rehearsal.
Platform 65, formerly Singapore Playhouse London stages Kuo Pao Kun’s seminal piece, The Coffin Is Too Big For The Hole, 2-4 March 2012 at the Camden People’s Theatre, as part of The Theatre Practice’s Kuo Pao Kun Festival.
Now an “independent cultural arts company”, Platform 65 has grown from a tiny amateur theatre group to a respected arts group making waves in the vibrant London scene. Beyond theatre, the company has also embraced multidisciplinary art forms to create works that resonate with British and Singaporean audiences.
Cui tells us more about her vision for Platform 65.
The Coffin Is Too Big For The Hole When: 2 - 4 March, 2012, 7:30pm Time: 7:30pm Where: Camden People’s Theatre Tickets: £10 (£8 concession) available here or call the 24-hour box office number at 08444 77 1000 (UK).
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*All performances will be followed by a short Q&A/feedback session.
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