The Father

Organised by: Pangdemonium
  • Date:
    2 - 18 Mar 2018
  • Time:
    3:00pm, 8:00pm
  • Duration:
    1.5h, with no intermission
  • Venue:
    Victoria Theatre
    Victoria TheatreVictoria Theatre
  • Language:
  • Admission:
    Excluding Booking Fee

    Fri/Sat evenings
    Standard: $70, $60, $50

    Standard: $60, $50, $40

    Preview (2 Mar 2018)
    Standard: $50, $40, $30

    Through All SISTIC Channels
    *20% Discount for Early Bird DBS/POSB Cardholders
    [Valid from 10 Jan - 31 Jan 2018]
    [Applicable to Cat 1 - Cat 2 only]

    *15% Discount for DBS/POSB Cardholders
    [Valid from 1 Feb 2018 onwards]
    [Applicable to Cat 1 - Cat 2 only]

    *#25% Discount for Student (Local and Overseas)
    [Valid from 10 Jan 2018 onwards]
    [Applicable to Tuesday performances only]

    *#25% Discount for Senior Citizen (55 years old & above)
    [Valid from 10 Jan 2018 onwards]
    [Applicable to Wednesday performances only]

    Through SISTIC Authorised Agents Only
    *#20% Discount for National Servicemen
    NSF personnel with valid SAF 11B (Military IC)
    [Valid from 10 Jan 2018 onwards]

    *#S$25 for Under 21 Club
    [Valid from 10 Jan 2018 onwards]
    [Applicable to the first 10 Cat 2 tickets for each show only]
    [Not Applicable to Preview, Fri & Sat performances]

    *Not applicable to Preview Show.

    #Please note that random checks on concession tickets will be conducted at the point of entry. Patrons unable to present proof of eligilibilty are required to upgrade their concession tickets to full price tickets.

  • Advisory:
    Some mature content, no admission for infants in arms and children below 8 years old.


André has lost his beloved watch again. His daughter and her husband are behaving very oddly. There is an unseen presence in his home playing cruel tricks on him.

The Father is a theatrically thrilling exploration of a 70-year-old man's deteriorating mind as he sinks under the frightening weight of dementia. The audience walks in André's shoes as his perception of the world around him starts to warp and crumble. Part family drama and part mind-bending puzzle, The Father is told with gripping suspense and brutal honesty as it illustrates who André becomes as his mental faculties start to fracture.

Starring Lim Kay Siu, Tan Kheng Hua, Janice Koh, Frances Lee and Keagan Kang, and directed by Tracie Pang.

Winner of the Moliere Award, France's most prestigious honour for a new work of theatre and nominated for Best Play at the Olivier and Tony Awards, The Father is an ingenious and harrowing drama that's not to be missed.

The Father