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Practice Tuckshop

About Practice Tuckshop

Practice Tuckshop — a key programme of The Theatre Practice (Practice).

Located at the heart of the Waterloo Street Arts Belt, Practice Tuckshop is an art space that celebrates the Practice kampung hospitality. Friends, families and creatives can gather over tea and coffee, cosy up with books by local celebrated playwrights, hold brainstorming meetings, or just drop by.

As a creative playground within Practice, programmes at Practice Tuckshop are curated around unexpected intersectionalities. Past examples include: Food meets Storytelling! Differently-abled dancers meet intimate cafe quarters! The possibilities are endless. Practice Tuckshop programming is also artist-driven, hoping to cultivate a space where different communities can converge. With an open-door policy, we really mean it when we say: All are welcome!

Since its opening, Practice Tuckshop has been an advocate for sustainability in green practices. As this is an on-going effort, we constantly revise how to green-up our act!

Vision: Practice Tuckshop aims to be a creative playground, bringing together artists and audiences in a community atmosphere.

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Address: 58 Waterloo St, Singapore 187956

Opening Hours: 
Tuesday – Friday, 10.30am – 5.30pm
Saturday, 10.30am – 3.30pm
Closed on Monday and Public Holidays.

For a full overview of the programmes that Practice Tuckshop has initiated and/or supported in the year, please refer to our annual reports:

Practice Tuckshop works with different local vendors to curate an exciting selection of food and beverages that correspond to our programmes.

Food & Beverages Partners:

  • Pek Sin Choon Pte Ltd
  • Two Degrees North Coffee Co.

Recess time is a platform for Makan Masters to put their creative expressions on a plate!

It is also a lunch party for foodies to gather over a delicious meal.

Practice Tuckshop is a creative playground for all. From story-telling to Recess Time, the space has hosted and presented many new works.

Located on the ground floor of a historical conservation shophouse, Practice Tuckshop is a cosy and atmospheric cafe space located in Singapore’s downtown district.

Inspired by Eating Chilli Crab in the Anthropocene, Extinction Feast is a humorous tale about the disjunct between our relationship with our favourite fish dishes, the price we are willing to pay, and all the annoying micro-decisions in-between.

Assuming you have the luxury of choice, what would you do?