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ends 24 Mar 2018, 11:59 PM
Playeum presents LOVE NOTES!

Join us in this unique dinner cabaret where 7 to 19 years old share their perspective and dreams on love through their latest original theatre piece.

Date: Sunday, 11th March 2018
Time: 6pm to 9pm
Location: Lime House, 2 Jiak Chuan Road (A quaint shophouse off Neil Road)
Ticket Price: $200 donation which includes a dinner and a cabaret performance (if you'd like to join us for the event, kindly contact Charlotte at [email protected])

All donations are tax deductible.

Playeum is a IPC charity that advocates for children's voices and development through open-ended play. Children develop skills such as creativity, problem-solving, resourcefulness, confidence building and resilience through open-ended play. Playeum also works with their adults and educators to bring in play as a ream of learning in and out of the classrooms. Playeum, Children's Centre for Creativity is located at Gillman Barracks. More information at www.playeum.com

This event is supported by Singapore Creations Etc. SG Creations provides all young people (6 to 20 years) from every socio-economic and cultural background with a professional and open platform to express their hopes, concerns and dreams through original artistic projects for the stage, video and music recordings. SG Creations is a programme partner of Over The Rainbow (Wholetree Foundation). More information at www.sgcreationsetc.com.

About NPO

Playeum is a non-profit independent organisation that champions children through play and creativity, and is also an advocate and promoter of the voice and rights of children. They see children as authentic culture citizens. Through direct participation and collaborations with artists and art groups, they offer all children equal opportunities to create, express and ignite their imagination while using play to enhance social emotional learning and confidence building. They run Asia's first Children's Centre for Creativity currently located at the serene settings of Gillman Barracks. The Centre is opened to ALL children, where they can play freely everyday 6 days a week. For those where fees are a consideration, they have the Play-It-Forward fun where donors pay it forward. Playeum works closely with community partners such as Family Service Centres (FSCs), Children's Home & Child Protection Services to ensure that children from disadvantaged backgrounds have the space and time to play creatively, through the support of the Play-It-Forward programme. Playeum also does social impact work with children from challenging backgrounds through high touch programmes and workshops that use play to enhance social emotional learning and confidence building. For corporates who would like to sponsor these programmes, contact us directly at [email protected]


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