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An annual event in its second installment, Etiquette is staged by women and showcases multi-disciplinary artworks about women. This year’s line-up features an all-female crew of over 35 established and emerging artists, writers, filmmakers and curators.

For the first time, Etiquette will have a film component. On August 5 & 6, the work of 10 Singaporean and Singapore-based female filmmakers will be showcased at The Substation Theatre. Tickets are priced at $25 per night or $45 for a 2-night package.

All profits from the ticket sales of this event will be donated to AWARE. So show your support for AWARE by checking out these exciting films.

The line-up includes: Dirty Bitch by Sun Koh, a love letter to the Singapore censors; She Shapes A Nation by AWARE past president Dana Lam, a documentary about women’s lives in Singapore over five decades of nation-making; and Pink Paddlers by Jasmine Ng and Suzette Cody, about Singapore’s first dragonboat team made up of breast cancer survivors.

Tickets for the film showcase and all other Etiquette events will be available at The Substation Box Office from July 1. From Mondays to Fridays, 11.30pm to 8pm, call 6337-7800 or email boxoffice@substation.org to reserve tickets, or visit The Substation at 45 Armenian Street to purchase tickets.

DETAILS

Date August 5 & 6
Time 7 to 10 pm for both nights
Venue The Substation Theatre (45 Armenian Street; nearest MRT station: Dhoby Ghaut)
Tickets $25 per night or $45 for a 2-night package. Tickets are available at The Substation Box Office, open Mondays to Fridays, 11.30pm to 8pm. Call call 6337-7800 or email boxoffice@substation.org to reserve tickets.

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