• SRT VENUE & SHOW UPDATES

    KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT 

    The health and safety of our staff, cast and patrons is of the utmost importance to us. The venue will open 30 minutes before every performance. Please note that the box office will remain closed during this period.

    For any enquiries, please email boxoffice@srt.com.sg. You may also call SISTIC’s hotline at 6348 5555 for ticketing enquiries.


    KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
    20 Merbau Road, Singapore 239035

    You can access a visual map that details the key steps to our venue from public transport routes. 
    Click for your desired route:
    Fort Canning MRT
    Robertson Walk – taxi drop off

    Click here for more information about our efforts to make our theatre accessible.

    Parking Options:
    Robertson Quay Hotel
    UE Square

    KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT is SG Clean certified

  • Oleanna by David Mamet [The Stage Club]

    21 – 30 May 2021 | KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT

    Oleanna, written by David Mamet, charts the blistering power-play between John, a professor at a prestigious university, and Carol, his young female student. A covert and overt breaking of boundaries occur in this modern take of he-said-she-said, contextualised within the highly politicised space of higher education.

    Considered to be Mamet's most controversial play, Oleanna has shocked and enraged audiences since its first performance in 1992. What does political correctness and its impact mean in the age of #MeToo?

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    Educating Rita by Willy Russell [The Stage Club]

    21 – 30 May 2021 | KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT

    Rita is a brash, working-class, 26 year-old hairdresser who is hungry to "know everything". She embarks on an Open University course where she meets Frank a jaded, cynical, alcoholic lecturer who is contracted to teach her. By turns, hilarious and illuminating, the play is utterly compelling- a brilliant exposé of the education process and, of course, human relationships.  
    "Educating Rita" ran for several years in the London's West End and was subsequently made into a film starring Julie Walters and Michael Caine.

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