$27 for Cat-B or $32 for Cat-A Ticket to Multi-Award Winning EQUUS Play (worth up to $61) and Just for Ladies 1 Sep Ticket including Goodie Bag with Vouchers (worth $250)
- Cat-A Ticket to EQUUS
- Cat-B Ticket to EQUUS
Available at 4 show timings:
- 30 August, 3pm
- 30 August, 8pm
- 31 August, 8pm
- 1 September, 8pm (Ladies' Night: comes with goodie bags with vouchers worth $250 and lucky draw) - Valid for both Cat-A and Cat-B tickets.
Drama Centre Theatre at National Library
100 Victoria Street
Redeem show ticket at least 1 day before preferred show timing, at Sistic Box Office:
2 Stadium Walk 01-08
Singapore Indoor Stadium
Groupon printed MUST be presented.
Unlimited Groupons per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Minimum 2 to go. 1 September 2011 tickets valid for admission of ladies only.
Admission strictly valid for 18 years and above only.
Best available seats to be allocated by Sistic on first come first served basis. Groupon includes $3 Sistic booking fee.
Call 6222 1526 for enquiries.
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The Asian staging of this acclaimed Peter Shaffer play, with art direction by local theater mainstay Goh Boon Teck brings suspense and intrigue to our shores. Brought to audiences by multiple award-winning local theatre company Toy Factory Productions, watch what has been hailed as one of England's best modern plays. And for one night only, all ladies holding tickets (either Cat-A or Cat-B) to the play for 1 September will be presented with a goodie bag with vouchers worth $250 and a chance at winning a lucky draw.
Get a better view with the upsized version of this deal: $32 for a Category A ticket (worth $61), and keep in mind that one has to bring a legal-aged friend along to fully enjoy this deal.Reviews:
"We were just out of the 1960s when “Equus” arrived, and this creed of communing with one’s inner madman had more appeal than it does today, when people are doing their best to hold themselves together as familiar social structures threaten collapse. To buy into the innate worth of Alan’s raging fantasies, we more than ever have to feel viscerally the exhilaration he feels." - Ben Brantly, NYTimes Review
"Peter Shaffer’s 1973 play Equus has been hailed as one of England’s best modern plays. Inspired by an actual incident near London where a boy blinded six horses, Schaffer went about writing a play trying to explain this aberrant behavior. Equus tell the story of child psychiatrist Dr. Martin Dysart as he tries to understand and treat this young man, who, besides his heinous acts, has evolved a psychosexual attachment to horses and literally turned them into a god called Equus." - Robert Machray, BlogCritics Theatre Review
"The 6 horses are all played by actors (dancers for the most part, actually) and wear astonishingly fine horse masks made of glittering metal. Simple black boxes serve as beds and chairs, and the stage is ringed with the stable horse boxes. The overal effect is stark and doom-laden." - Peter Brown, London Theatre Review
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