26 May‘20 - 05 Jun‘20

Singapore Repertory Theatre presents The Coronalogues & Boom

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The Coronalogues – 26 May, 8pm
Boom – 5 June, 8pm

SRT is excited to present 9 new and original monologues created by local writers. Based around the theme “Silver Linings” each 4 – 6 minute monologue looks at the optimistic, the bittersweet, and the touching side of life in the shadow of the coronavirus. Somewhere lies the silver lining that we may find in these unusual and often frightening times.

Find out more about the The Coronalogues here.

Join them on Facebook to watch the premiere on 26 May at 8pm.


A quirky tale about housing the living and raising the dead.

On this tiny red dot, where both living and dead jostle for space, Boom tells the story of a stubborn old woman and her property agent son, who are struggling over the en bloc sale of their home. Their destinies become linked with that of Jeremiah, an idealistic civil servant, who is facing the greatest challenge of his career – persuading a reluctant corpse to relocate.

Written by award-winning playwright Jean Tay, Boom was commissioned by SRT and staged in 2008 under SRT’s Stage Two.

Find out more about the Rehearsed Reading here.

Join them on Facebook to watch this play-reading on 5 June at 8pm.

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