Category: Upcoming Events
Created on Friday, 18 May 2012 00:00
Written by Enilyn Eng
Who says oyajis (Japanese for uncles or older men) are boring, grumpy or rude? The Oyaji Cafe is one cool way to dispel these impressions.
Since 2009, the wait staff of Oyaji Cafe in Tokyo has charmed their way into audiences' hearts with their singing, strutting and smiley service. And for the first time out of Japan, the cafe will be setting up shop – known as the Bridge Cafe Project – at the Singapore Arts Festival's Festival Village.
The Singaporean team will be made up of both oyajis and youths. And under the direction of leading Japanese choreographer and dancer Kim Itoh, one can expect a fun performance suitable for people of all ages.
So, check out Bridge Cafe Project, and be entertained as you dine and chill with a scoop – or two – of Cold Stone Creamery's ice cream at the Esplanade Park! Date/time:
Performances happen at intervals from 6.30pm-9.30pm on 18 May to 2 June 2012 Venue:
Cafe, Festival Village, Esplanade Park Prices:
Free Related links: Singapore Arts Festival website
, Sistic website