The Play Den was where the first court cases in Singapore were heard. Later in the 1950s, it served as the general office for Singapore’s first Chief Minister, David Marshall, and in subsequent years, was used as a library. Today, the neoclassical architecture is reflected in the Ionic pillars that still flank four corners of the Black Box theatre.
Equipped with lighting, sound systems and retractable seats, this versatile space is ideal for experimental and interactive theatre performances, as well as seminars and corporate events. The Play Den accommodates up to 120 people.