Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Cavalia Must Close October 5th - Final Week Extension‏!


SINGAPORE (September 18, 2014) - After sold-out performances and overwhelming demand  throughout Southeast Asia, the producers of Cavalia are delighted to announce a final week of shows in Singapore before it travels to Seoul. This unique theatrical production featuring 50 magnificent horses and 42 artists, has played to standing ovations since its opening night, will now have its last performance under the White Theatre Tent at Bayfront Avenue next to Marina Bay Sands on October 5. Tickets are now on sale.
“The reception we’ve received so far in Singapore has been overwhelmingly enthusiastic,” said Normand Latourelle, Cavalia's Founder and Artistic Director. He added: “Not only has the show been embraced by horse lovers, but also by those who enjoy innovative arts, and we see a lot of families - children, parents and grandparents - coming to enjoy this unique and rare spectacle. This first stop of our inaugural Asian tour has been a tremendous success so far, and we couldn’t be happier.”
Singapore audiences have been treated to breath-taking performances night after night during this lavish production, watching horses cavort with the many artists in front of a constantly changing digital background projected onto a 60 metre-wide screen, drawing spectators into dream-like environments.
Cavalia immediately established itself as one of the most critically-acclaimed productions this year in Singapore when it opened in August. The Straits Times declared the show was exciting and that, “This immense production is more than horseplay,” while TODAY Newspaper raved giving it 5 stars saying it was “an awe-inspiring experience with the best mix of equestrian and performing arts.” Glenn Ong of Class 95 hailed the production as “The most spectacular show, breathtaking, a must-see!” and Yahoo! Entertainment highly recommended Cavalia calling it “a visual spectacle that the whole family will enjoy.”
Milan Rokic, Managing Director of BASE Entertainment Asia stated, “Cavalia has been extremely well received here in Singapore and we are really pleased audiences have loved the show, but unfortunately no further extensions are possible as Cavalia must pack up its magnificent White Theatre tent together with 100 containers of equipment and leave our shores for its next Asian destination, which is Seoul. Following the special performances scheduled for the F1 weekend there will only be 14 shows left for audiences to catch this once in a life time production. Don’t miss it!”
TICKETS – For its exclusive season in Singapore, Cavalia is presented under its signature White Theatre Tent at Bayfront Avenue, beside Marina Bays Sands. Tickets are priced from S$58 to S$188+ service fees. For guests who desire an extraordinary outing, the show can be customized for an extended experience from S$208 to S$288, including a Horse Lovers Package that lets patrons tour Cavalia’s stables after the show, and the VIP Rendez-Vous Package that includes a post-show tour of the stables, a cocktail/dinner reception and much more.

For Calendar Editors:
WHAT:               Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Man and Horse
WHEN:                Matinee and Evening performances scheduled through October 5
WHERE:            Under the White Theatre Tent, at Bayfront Avenue next to Marina Bay Sands
TICKETS:          Available at www.cavalia.sg or by calling +65 3158 6735
Or at every Sistic outlets online at
www.sistic.com.sg or by calling +65 6688 8826
S$58 to S$288 + applicable fees.
INFO:                    www.cavalia.sg

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Sunday, September 14, 2014

Rolls Royce New Wraith.


The Rolls-Royce Motor Cars Director of Design Giles Taylor explains in an interview on YouTube the car model naming decision of the Wraith that is shown today at the Geneva Motor Show. According to him the reason the name Wraith suits the new car model so well is “this sense of fleeting – the fleeting spirit, slightly ethereal, slightly enigmatic”. I should include the official meaning of the word wraith (according to the Oxford Dictionary):
a ghost or ghostlike image of someone,
especially one seen shortly before or after their death.
the original Wraith model by Rolls-Royce from 1938

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Thursday, September 11, 2014

Attended the 'AFTERIMAGES' Movie Gala Premiere @ The Cathay Cineplex!

 A brief introduction by the members of the cast.
And the show started at around 9 pm.

Have a look at the trailer to have a glimpse of it!

AFTERIMAGES, a collection of five short horror stories that unfold when a group of students burn paper effigy cameras for the wandering spirits during the ghost month and they receive films in return.

What do I have to say about this movie?
I would say its quite a nice local film. But at one part of the show I felt the ghost was not that realistic. An omission of it would be better for the show. And the main casts didn't act much actually because the show was distributed into 5 different short stories which were acted by some other people. The main casts only appeared at the beginning and end of the show, and intermissions between the short stories. Good effort though! Because the I got frightened a few times... so is my partner who went along with me. :P
Movie Rating: 2.5/5 

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Celebrated Mid-Autumn Festival in a Simple Way!

Just a simple set-up.. but I think its nice! :)