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Dim Sum Dollies® -  The History Of Singapore Part 2

When:

Fri Dec 19 2014, 8:00pm
Sat Dec 20 2014, 3:00pm
Sun Dec 21 2014, 3:00pm
Mon Dec 22 2014, 8:00pm
Tue Dec 23 2014, 8:00pm

Where: Esplanade Theatre, 1 Esplanade Drive, Marina Bay, Singapore

Restrictions: All ages

Ticket Information:

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The mischievously funny Dim Sum Dollies® are back with a BRAND NEW SHOW! Enjoy more delicious satire as the Dollies present a wickedly candid take on Part 2 of The History of Singapore.

Singapore is almost 50 and it's time to take stock: Who did what, when, how and to whom?

Goodbye pre-1965 B.C. years ('Before Crying')! The Dollies are doing a new song and dance about our A.D. years ('After Drying'... the tears of separation, that is).

To keep up with the LIGHTNING quick changes on our little island, the Dollies will make lightning quick costume changes, switching from icon to icon and completely redrawing the boundaries of comedy on the Esplanade stage!

The 'Two is enough' girls meet the Ribena kids
Kallang roars and Talentime scores
The Courtesy Lion takes on the Spitting Merlion
The Anson Bye-Bye-elections and the ISA Wave of detentions
Great Singapore inventions: CPF, HDB, SDU, COE, ERP and COV
The Singapore River clean-up and the Mas Selamat mess-up

There's so much more to our history - just read between the lines!

From the A Go-Go 1960s to the 'Stomp'-ing 2000s, the Dollies lay claim to Singapore in their quest for a complete Monop... er... DOLLYPOLY!

Come discover the uncorrupted but somewhat uncorroborated truth with the Dim Sum Dollies®, in The History of Singapore Part 2 - The Growing Up Years!

Starring Selena Tan, Pam Oei, Denise Tan and their Chopstick, Hossan Leong, with 6 sizzling Loh Mai Guys!

Directed by Glen Goei
Book & Lyrics by Selena Tan
Music by Elaine Chan
Choreography by George Chan