Every year, 80 lucky individuals from all over the world get the life-changing chance to travel to Antarctica under an expedition led by veteran explorers. Last year, local singer-songwriter iNCH was one of them. Now, she's presenting her experiences on the icy continent in the form of a show.
iNCH (aka Inch Chua) has long been a fan and advocate of all things nature and exploration. She released a single last year in support of a Wildlife Reserves Singapore campaign, and of course her 2015 album Letters to Ubin, a creative product of a four-month stay on the island.
Last year, iNCH travelled to the seventh continent of the world as a part of 2041’s International Antarctic ClimateForce Expedition led by veteran world explorer Robert Swan and his son Barney Swan, a trip which inspired her deeply.
The result is a show titled No Man's Land, an hour-long set of original music revolving around her trip and experiences on the uninhabited continent. The performance is the latest in the TheatreWorks series, which will continue its creative partnerships with artists like iNCH as they navigate through creative expressions of trips like the one she embarked upon. This will be a one-night-only show.
No Man's Land will be performed on Saturday, 19 May at TheatreWorks Singapore (72-13 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 239007). The performance begins at 8pm and lasts an hour (no intermission). Tickets cost $20 and can be booked by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org