1 Oct 2019, 5pm
1 Oct 2019, 5pm
We are delighted to welcome you as a new member of the Glasgo Mascon Kline (GMK) Medical Institute. You will be introduced to our unique company culture, which aims to forward our vision of creating the most cohesive and harmonious society for all.
Here at GMK, we believe that a happy workforce is a productive workforce. Welcome, Subject 3724 to our family.
Dr. Francis Toh
Head of MEMs Scan Centres
GMK Medical Institute
This is a rain or shine roving experience on foot. Baggage storage is not available, so please travel light, and wear comfortable shoes and clothing. If you have concerns about accessibility, please contact us at email@example.com.
Instructions will be sent to your phone number. Please bring your own earphones/headphones and a fully charged phone that has access to WhatsApp.
45 Minutes (no interval)
Rating / Age Limit
- Rating to be advised.
- No admission for infants in arms and children below 13 years old.
- Children 13 years and above must purchase a ticket for entry.
- Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
Photography / Video Recording Rules
- No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is permitted for this event.
Through All SISTIC Channels
S$19 per ticket for Senior Citizens (55 years old & above) / Students (Local & Overseas) / NSF / PWD
[Verification: Present valid ID / Student Pass / SAF 11B (Military IC)]
[Please note that random checks on concession tickets may be conducted at the point of entry]
[Patrons unable to present proof of eligibility are required to upgrade their concession tickets to full price tickets]
[Valid from 1 Oct 2019 onwards]
The Secretive Thing experiences are made by Lemon and Koko, two young punks that want to put people through surreal environments with challenging parameters. They keep each experience secret because it incorporates the element of surprise in order to create a space for the audiences’ responses to be the catalysts for the blah blah blah blah…
Basically, imagine a birthday party on steroids. It’s confusing, but familiar. Fun but nerve wrecking. Seriously, the less you know the better.
“Secretive Thing 215 has used technology dramatically and theatrically, staging the tensions between information overload and virtual loneliness.”
—Lee Shu Yu, Centre 42’s Citizens Reviews, on Secretive Thing 215 (2018)