Three Kin

T.H.E Dance Company (Singapore)
7 – 9 Dec 2017Thu – Sat
1hr 30mins (including a 10min and 15min intermission)
Esplanade Theatre Studio
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Concessions for students, NSFs and seniors: $20

M1 Customers: 20% off
T.H.E Friends with valid code & limited to 4 tickets per code: 20% off
PAssion Cardholders: 15% off

Esplanade&Me Special

White card: 10% off
Black card: 15% off

Discounts apply to standard tickets only, and valid from sales launch till show dates.

*Early Bird Package Deal: from now till 14 October, purchase 1 ticket to Three Kin and 1 ticket to liTHE 2017 by T.H.E Second Company, 16 – 18 November at the SOTA Studio Theatre, for an amazing price of $50! [Original sale price $69]

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Praise for Kuik Swee Boon’s Water Bloom:

“His language is poetic, sensitive and original”
Jette Skjoldborg, Aarhus Stiftstidende (International Tour, Mancopy & More Festival 2012, Aarhus, Denmark)

Praise for Dimo Kirilov Milev’s 2013 creation for T.H.E Dance Company:

“explored the complexity of modern human relationships… (with) its own distinct flavour coupled with brilliant execution.”
Lisabel Ting, The Straits Times (Premiere, M1 CONTACT Festival 2013)

Praise for Kim Jae Duk:

“T.H.E has struck gold with South Korean choreographer Kim Jae Duk”
Germaine Cheng, The Straits Times (December 2013)

Three Kin is leading contemporary dance group T.H.E Dance Company’s closing production for the 2017 season and part of the company’s annual headlining showcase of creations by acclaimed Singaporean and international guest choreographers.

Performed by T.H.E’s principal dancers, the triple bill features Kuik Swee Boon’s fresh new interpretation of Water Bloom – a NUS Arts Festival 2009 commission that has toured to Italy, Denmark, Poland, China, and featured as the festival closing performance of Avignon’s famed Les Hivernales in 2012 – alongside two new creations by resident South Korean choreographer Kim Jae Duk, and Bulgarian-born, Spain/Netherlands-based choreographer Dimo Kirilov Milev.


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