On The 3rd Anniversary of the Destructive Fire at Notre Dame de Paris, Sing'theatre Pays Tribute with Quasimodo



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Sing'theatre presents 'Quasimodo, A Musical Story' featuring songs from the smash-hit musical Notre Dame de Paris.

Venue: Alliance Française Theatre, 1 Sarkies Rd, Singapore 258130
Date 15 - 24 Apr 2022
Fee: Available on SISTIC

On the 3rd anniversary of the destructive fire at Notre Dame de Paris, Sing'theatre pays tribute and presents Quasimodo, A Musical Story

Be transported to the magic of Paris, and witness the truly unforgettable story - The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which will come to life on 15 April, exactly three years after the famed Cathedral was engulfed in flames, an event that devastated the world.

Quasimodo is a dramatic tale of impossible love and jealousy doomed by injustice and hypocrisy, which remains timeless and relevant in today's society. Experience this musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's 1831 novel 'Notre Dame de Paris' which follows the perils of the kind hunchbacked bell-ringer of the Cathedral, Quasimodo. 

Watching from the spires of Notre Dame, Quasimodo falls in love with Esmeralda, a captivatingly sensual Bohemian girl. Adding to the emotional web are the morally conflicted Priest Frollo and the unfaithful Captain Phoebus, who also long for Esmeralda's love. In this tale of lust and love so true, who shall emerge unscathed?

Directed by Nathalie Ribette, Quasimodo features a stellar cast of both established theatre talents (Hossan Leong, George Chan, Vanessa Kee) as well as theatre debuts (TJ Taylor, Joash Zheng, Preston Lim and Gabrielle Rae Sammy).

Quasimodo will feature English versions of songs from "Notre Dame de Paris", the smash-hit musical.

Quasimodo, A Musical Story will run from 15 to 24 April 2022. Tickets will soon be available through SISTIC. Keep an eye out on Sing'theatre's website and social media channels (Facebook/Instagram) for updates.

 


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Malini Pannirselvam
Dedicated writer by day, avid reader by night, language fanatic all the time, and aunt to nieces and nephews every day

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