One Dark Night: Urban Legends & Lore by Kamini Ramachandran
Kamini Ramachandran returns with an adaptation and retelling of Singaporean writer Verena Tay’s short stories inspired by urban legends: The Gravedigger and The Highway Incident. These stories will be interspersed with selected poems by local poet Elancharan Gunasekaran. Recommended for audience aged 15 years and above, the three shows will be performed by the acclaimed artist in a shophouse at 113A Dunlop Street.
About the Performer:
Kamini Ramachandran is a master storyteller with in-depth knowledge and respect for the oral tradition. As co-founder of MoonShadow Stories, she has played a vital role in reviving storytelling in Singapore through her passionate dedication to the artform. She has performed for previous editions of ARTWALK Little India and at various venues locally and internationally.
About ARTWALK Little India 2018:
Long-lost tales of Little India and its local community are resurrected through murals, public art installation and free performances for the fourth edition of ARTWALK Little India, aptly themed Urban Mythology.
Presented by LASALLE College of The Arts and Singapore Tourism Board with the support of Little India Shopkeepers and Heritage Association, 2018’s edition sees greater collaboration with a Singapore-based line up of artists and performers to explore, narrate, celebrate and relive stories of this historical precinct.
With an array of programmes and fringe activities happening on 18-20 and 25-27 January 2018, Thursdays - Saturdays, 6-9pm, be sure to mark your calendars for a multi-sensory public art experience and stay up-to-date with the latest news, information and announcements in the coming weeks by following #ARTWALKLittleIndia.