Date(s) - 22/03/2015 - 05/04/2015
SPD Charity Show 2015
“Live” telecast: 22 March (Sun), 7pm to 10pm, Channel 8
Repeat telecast: 5 April (Sun), 3.30pm to 6.30pm, Channel 8
Guest-of-Honour: Dr Ng Eng Hen, Minister for Defence and MP for Bishan-Toa Payoh GRC
Beneficiaries will share their stories of struggles, triumphs and what keeps them going, in this year’s show that is themed “Dreams Take Flight”. One of them is 16-year-old Teo Pei Shan who will open the show with a piano performance. Pei Shan, who looks no older than a toddler, has a rare medical condition that has stunted her physical development. 14-year-old Samuel Lim’s throat was severely damaged in an accident when he was only a few months old. Look out for his performance with MediaCorp Artiste Desmond Tan at the SPD Charity Show 2015.
SPD Charity Show 2015 will be hosted by Taiwanese television personality Mickey Huang and popular television host Quan Yi Fong. The line-up of local artistes includes Chen Han Wei, Priscelia Chen, Tay Ping Hui, Jeffrey Xu, Michelle Chia, Zoe Tay, Zheng Ge Ping, Elvin Ng, Desmond Tan, Nick Teo, Ya Hui, Kate Pang and Bonnie Loo. Popular Taiwanese singer, Rainie Yang, veteran Hokkien singer, Shen Wen Cheng and 80s Heartthrob, Fei Xiang, will complete the exciting line-up of celebrities this year.
Outdoor Getai Performance
For the first time, the show will also incorporate a Getai performance as an outdoor performance item to reach out to the heartlands. To be staged at Ang Mo Kio Central Stage (next to Jubilee Square) the three-hour Getai will be helmed by Mark Lee and Ethen Lee Teng, with performances by popular Getai singers such as Wang Lei, Hao Hao and Liu Ling Ling led by Getai troupe leader, Chen Zhi Wei.
Venue: Ang Mo Kio Central Stage (next to Jubilee Square)
Time: 22 March 2015, 7pm
Performers: Wang Lei, Hao Hao and Liu Ling Ling
Hosts: Mark Lee, Lee Teng
Members of the public can call the donation lines below to support SPD:
1900-112 0303 ($10 donation)
1900-112 1313 ($20 donation)
1900-112 2323 ($50 donation)
1900-112 3333 (100 donation)
An administrative fee of $0.21 applies to all calls. Callers must be 18 years old and above, or seek parental consent before calling. Donation hotlines are open till 5 April 2015.