Local actors, dancers and DJs will perform at Pink Dot’s 28 March 2010 tea party to help raise funds for the May 15 event. So come have tea with us, be entertained by our line-up of stars, and support the Freedom to Love.
Unquestionably one of the great actresses and vocalists in the local theatre scene, Emma was recently seen in Glen Goei’s film, The Blue Mansion. She is also well-known for being among Singapore’s favourite stage trio, the Dim Sum Dollies.
A popular stage and screen actor, as well as comedian, Hossan has appeared in numerous plays and television shows. He performs regularly with the Dim Sum Dollies and was also part of the Chestnuts series of plays. To date, he has performed in more than 50 plays and many television programmes.
The fanciest and sexiest dance crew in Singapore, Voguelicious has been described as THE male Pussycat Dolls. Watch them perform and they promise to “send shivers” down your spine!
A regular at Loof and OverEasy, DJ KFC‘s ‘no music, no life‘ philosophy has taken him through the multitudes of musical genres with true verve and appreciation. Known for throwing different genres into his mixes but always keeping the vibe and energy on the floor, his heart and soul shine through his feel good sets.
Probably the only cutesy girl disc jockey duo in Singapore, Grace Sunami & Linda How, aka DJs Twoface, never fail to come up with the freshest and juiciest tracks to keep those dancing shoes moving.
Buy your tickets now:
Hope to see you there!
When: 3.30 to 6.30pm, 28 March 2010, Sunday
Where: House / Barracks Café, 8D Dempsey Road [map]
Wear: The colour of our IC
The Pink Dot team