Cherita Hantu: Ghost Stories Archive
by Hafidz Abdul Rahman
A food delivery rider stuck in an elevator that transports her to another world.
A laundry routine that turns into a nightmare.
A family plagued by a mysterious and ominous energy.
As part of the Ghost Stories Archive project, The Arts House collaborates with Hafidz Abdul Rahman to bring you Cherita Hantu - a multi-sensory storytelling session unlike no other, with smells, sounds, re-enactments and good old scare tactics.
Hafidz aka asonofapeach have been curating horror stories from the community in the last two years and in Cherita Hantu, he will present the five most spine-tingling stories. Are you brave enough to join us and immerse yourself through the wildest ride of your life?
Performed in English and Malay, with English surtitles.
Rating: Advisory (Some Disturbing Content)
22 Oct, Fri, 3pm & 8pm
23 Oct, Sat, 11.30am*, 3pm & 8pm
24 Oct, Sun, 11.30am*, 3pm & 8pm
* - Tickets to new showtimes to be released on 27 Aug, 12pm, alongside limited slots to other showtimes.
About the Project: Ghost Stories Archive
For many of us, the initiation to the world of Singapore ghost stories is usually through the introduction of iconic stories etched to one’s cultural group or shared social settings. Be it the re-interpretation of old folklores or the storytelling of new encounters; the stories hold intangible meanings and symbols that reflect a community’s shared traits and beliefs, resulting in sacred stories and narratives worth preserving and documenting. Through the Ghost Stories Archive project, The Arts House aims to establish a literary collection of quality and authentic personal ghost stories from Singapore residents. These stories that script Singaporeans’ narratives of spaces, cultural beliefs and heritage can be a valuable resource for the creatives and the public.
In the pilot phase of Ghost Stories Archive, The Arts House collaborates with Hafidz Abdul Rahman to present Cherita Hantu.
Hafidz Abdul Rahman
Hafidz Abdul Rahman graduated from Lasalle College Of The Arts, majoring in Theatre Arts. He is a full time performer, content creator and arts educator. He has worked with various companies such as Teater Ekamatra, Checkpoint Theatre, Teater Kami, The Theatre Practice and many more. Recent works include Causeway, Lepak Live: Was-Wasan 2020, Performing Malay Sketches, Nerds Assemble and many others. He is also one half of Lepak One Korner, a wildly popular comedic duo online with the persona of Bonda Bedah and Mak Temah.
Special thanks to Gabriele Goh Koon Hui, Muhammad Haikal Bin Jamil and Muhammad Fadhly Bin Rosli, for their valuable insights and contribution to Cherita Hantu.