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SingLit Power House

Step into this red-brick heritage building and immerse yourself in a two-night showcase of everything SingLit-inspired! Encounter the unknown in an out-of-this-world spoken word performance at a decommissioned power station. Discover hidden stories between steel beams from yesteryear. This power house electrifies and brings SingLit to new light. Be part of this and much more at SingLit Power House.

SingLit Power House is excited to have on board VeganBurg and Popbar as SingLit Supporters. Enjoy free wholesome flavourful burgers from VeganBurg and delicious popGelato from Popbar! Each audience is entitled to one meal set. Limited sets available; first come, first served.

Date & Time
6 & 7 March, 5pm-9.30pm

Pasir Panjang Power Station
27 Pasir Panjang Road, Singapore 117537

Click here to register and purchase tickets.

How to get there
1) By Car: Strictly NO parking is allowed at Pasir Panjang Power Station. Nearest Car Parks: Mapletree Business City / Alexandra Retail Centre

2) By Train: Labrador Park MRT Station (CC27) Exit A; 10-minute walk to Pasir Panjang Power Station.

3) By Bus / Complimentary Shuttle: See departure timings below.

    • Raffles Place MRT (Exit B, Opposite Standard Chartered Bank) >>> Pasir Panjang Power Station 

5.30pm | 6.20pm | 7.30pm

    • Harbourfront MRT (Exit D, turn right) >>> Pasir Panjang Power Station (pit-stop at Labrador Park MRT) -- For 6 March only

5.30pm | 6.10pm | 6.50pm | 7.30pm

    • Labrador Park MRT (Exit A, directly in front) >>> Pasir Panjang Power Station -- For 6 March only

5.35pm | 6.15pm | 6.55pm | 7.35pm

    • Pasir Panjang Power Station >>> Raffles Place MRT (Exit B, Opposite Standard Chartered Bank) (pit-stop at Labrador Park MRT)

7pm | 8pm | 9.50pm

    • Yong Siak Street (@BooksActually) >>> Pasir Panjang Power Station (pit-stop at Labrador Park MRT) -- For 7  March only

5.30pm | 6.25pm | 7.10pm

    • Labrador Park MRT (Exit A, Opposite Standard Chartered Bank) >>> Pasir Panjang Power Station -- For 7  March only

5.40pm | 6.35pm | 7.20pm

    • Pasir Panjang Power Station >>> Yong Siak Street (@BooksActually) (pit-stop at Labrador MRT) -- For 7 March only

6.50pm | 7.35pm | 9.50pm

Programmes Schedule

An Exercise in Noticing

What happens when you notice a thought or a sensation or a feeling that you can’t grasp. An exercise in noticing becomes an exercise in dissection, self-evaluation, reflection and repetition as the mind searches for answers.

The presentation captures the inner space of a writer from her apartment, noticing the world outside her window. In turn attention is pulled towards and away from her written words, lending the words and the emotions they embody both precious importance and careless unimportance symbolically reflecting both the commonality of our emotions and how we trivialise them. Presented by Cake.

Free admission. Register here for admission.

(Photo credit: Alecia Neo)

Modern: Resonance II
6pm - 7pm

The architecture of a building is not just about aesthetics, it is a narrative of time and space. In the spirit of the centenary of the Bauhaus, an influential German movement which focused on minimalism and functionality, "Modern: Resonance: ll" pays tribute to the hardware and software of a power station – its utilitarian principles and generations of workers. Join Singaporean artists Li-Chuan Chong, Deborah Emmanuel and Alecia Neo as they reawaken Pasir Panjang Power Station with music and artistic appropriation in the form of a performance.

This performance was first initiated by Goethe-Institut Singapore.

Free admission. Register here for admission.

Glorious, Monstrous, Hantu Tales from Singapore
8pm - 9.30pm

Watch as live performance, film and writing collide to mesmerising effect in a work of theatre buoyed by the voices of Singaporean writers.

With spirits and monsters, shadows and visions, fractured states of mind and displays of fantasy and haunting, this event is a psychedelic and spine-chilling dose of live-performance-meets-film, as three actors interact with a swirl of characters captured on film.

These vignettes encapsulate the most electrifying and sometimes unnerving voices in Singaporean contemporary writing, bringing to life a haunting rush of writing from novels such as Nuraliah Norasid's The Gatekeeper, Lee Jing-Jing's How We Disappeared, Sharlene Teo's Ponti, Cyril Wong's Let Me Tell You Something About That Night and O Thiam Chin's Fox Fire Girl.

Glorious, Monstrous, Hantu Tales from Singapore becomes an eerie polyphonic sensation from the darker, more monstrous, but no less glorious side of Singaporean literature.

This work was commissioned by the National Arts Council and first presented at Southbank Centre as part of London Literature Festival 2019.

*Hantu is a Malay term that refers to ghosts, especially in Malay folklore and ghost myths.

$15. Purchase tickets here
Note: This performance has an advisory of Advisory 16 (Some Mature Content).