Tuesday, April 16, 2013

What's Eating You? May 18th and 19th

from dictionary.reference.com:

Idioms and Phrases
What’s eating you
Also, what’s bugging you? What is annoying or bothering you?
For example, “We’ve done what you wanted us to do, so what’s eating you now?”
The first slangy term, dating from the late 1800s, presumably uses eat in the sense of “consume”; the colloquial variant, from about 1940, uses bug in the sense of “annoy”.
Also see what’s with.


Tapestry Playback Theatre invites you to a night of improvisation theatre, personal stories and shared communion.

Experience a unique form of interactive community theatre, where your stories are transformed and enacted spontaneously, using elements of cloth, music, movement and spoken word.

Shows:             18th May (7:30PM), 19th May (3PM)

Venue:             Multi-purpose Room 1,
                        Goodman Arts Centre
                        90, Goodman Rd. S439053
                        (Limited chair-seating)

Tickets:             $18/-

To buy tickets for Sat, click here!
To buy tickets for Sun, click here!

Enquiries at tapestry.sg@gmail.com. 

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