The City of Good Show
Episode 2: Disability
A variety show starring DREAM ACADEMY celebrities
to raise funds for charities!
Wednesday, 1st July | 8.00pm
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In light of Covid-19, some of our charities have been facing a decline in donations, and it will be a challenging journey ahead as we recover from this crisis.
The City of Good Show partners with the stars of Dream Academy to fundraise and entertain you and your loved ones!
Selena Tan is a two-time winning actress at the Asian Television Awards, producer, director, writer, and performer. In 2000, Selena started Dream Academy®, one of Singapore’s first private limited Arts and Entertainment companies. Dream Academy is best known for their well-loved brands, Meenah and Cheenah, Crazy Christmas®, Happy Ever Laughter®, Broadway Beng®, The Hossan Leong Show, Kumar’s standup comedies at the Esplanade, and of course, the Dim Sum Dollies® her most successful brand to date.
Pam Oei has been in over a hundred theatre, television and film productions and is known equally for being a dramatic and comedic actor. This multi-hyphenate is also a producer and director for theatre and film but is probably best known for being one third of the Dim Sum Dollies, Singapore’s most popular comedy cabaret act. In 2018, she performed her one-woman show Faghag to completely sold out houses at the Singapore Theatre Festival.
Ghafir Akbar was last seen in The Lifespan of a Fact (SRT) and Merdeka (Wild Rice). Malaysia/Singapore: Civilised, Those Who Can’t, Teach (TNS); Raj and the End of Tragedy (ICT-Cake); Gold Rain and Hailstones (Instant Cafe); Guards at the Taj, Julius Caesar, Disgraced (SRT); Medea (Cake); HOTEL, Public Enemy (Wild Rice); and Hamlet (Actors Studio). American credits include The Perfume Shop, Life of Galileo (Asolo Rep), Life in the Middle (Two River); All The Way From China (Mad Dog Theatre).
Siti Khalijah Zainal made her debut as a full-time theatre actress after attending The Necessary Stage’s Theatre for Youth Ensemble programme in 2003. She has since worked with a wide range of theatre companies, both locally and internationally. She won the Best Actress Award twice at The Straits Times Life! Theatre Awards for her performances in Model Citizens (2010) and Off Centre (2015). She was awarded the Young Artist Award by the National Arts Council in 2014.
Special Guest Star of the Week:
Rishi Budhrani made history by becoming the first Singaporean to win the Hong Kong International Comedy Competition and perform at the Gotham Comedy Club in NYC. Since then, Rishi has been invited to headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne, India, China, Sri Lanka and Dubai. Locally, Rishi has performed multiple sold-out shows of his signature solo stand-up comedy performances titled: Cannot Means Cannot. He’s also been seen in Dream Academy’s Happy Ever Laughter and Mediacorp’s The Noose and Kakis LIVE.
In the second episode, we are fundraising for 15 charities championing the Disability cause. Disability does not define their ability. The beneficiaries are talented in many areas and are making impact in various industries. Many of them are chefs, bakers, artists and athletes at a national level! Covid-19 has hindered their lives and finances, as some of their caregivers' jobs were also affected.
Join us in making a difference through our giving and celebrate their abilities!
Please share this page on your own social networks to raise greater awareness and channel much-needed resources to these communities.
#CityofGood #SGUnited #StrongerTogether
Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations Ltd
by Abilities Beyond Limitations and Expectations Ltd
Our mission is to enable the physically challenged to live with dignity and to have a productive, meaningful and independent life.
Mediacorp Enable Fund
by Mediacorp Enable Fund
The Mediacorp Enable Fund (MEF) is a charity fund that aims to help build a society where persons with disabilities are recognised for their abilities and lead full, socially integrated lives. Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong is the Patron of the fund.
Parkinson Society Singapore
by Parkinson Society Singapore
Parkinson is the second most common neurodegenerative disease affecting 3 out of every 1000 people aged 50 and above.
Singapore Association for Mental Health
by Singapore Association for Mental Health
With your kind support, we can continue to provide rehabilitative, outreach, and creative services and programmes to persons with mental health issues, and help them recover and reintegrate back into the community.
Special Olympics Asia Pacific
by Special Olympics Asia Pacific
Special Olympics is a global movement that unleashes the human spirit through the transformative power and joy of sports, every day around the world.
Singapore Disability Sports Council
by Singapore Disability Sports Council
SDSC firmly believes in the rehabilitative and therapeutic value of sports. Its programmes and activities underscore its guiding principle that 'Disability Must Never Disqualify'.
Stroke Support Station
by Stroke Support Station
S3's goal is to supplement and reinforce the rehabilitation program members have undergone and reinforce the benefits these programs provide.
The Singapore Association for the Deaf
by The Singapore Association for the Deaf
The Singapore Association for the Deaf (SADeaf) is a social service organisation that has been serving the Deaf and Hard-of-hearing community in Singapore for the past six decades.
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore
by Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore
CPAS serves children and adults with cerebral palsy and multiple disabilities. Our fully-integrated programmes and services cater to the developmental needs of persons with the condition and maximise their functional independence at every stage of life.
Down Syndrome Association
by Down Syndrome Association
Our mission is to develop individuals with Down Syndrome through lifelong learning and social integration; support families through specialist services, information and education; and advocate for equal opportunities, quality of life and their contribution to society.
Dyslexia Association of Singapore
by Dyslexia Association of Singapore
The DAS aims to provide the expertise to assess and help dyslexic students keep up with their peers in school.
Extraordinary People Limited
by Extraordinary People Limited
We enable, support and seek to empower persons with special needs through community-supported initiatives.
Friends of the Disabled Society
by Friends of the Disabled Society
FDS aims to meet the social needs of our physically challenged Friends by providing avenues for them to interact among themselves and with able-bodied persons.
Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore)
by Muscular Dystrophy Association (Singapore)
To provide care and support to people with Muscular Dystrophy; To provide health and public education on Muscular Dystrophy; and To support medical research on Muscular Dystrophy.