Paper Monkey Theatre

Paper Monkey Theatre

At Paper Monkey Theatre, people create theatre productions and workshops infused with puppetry for children and family entertainment, encouraging artistic development and enriching learning experiences.


The company is formed in April 2008 helmed by well-known puppeteer/playwright in Singapore, Benjamin Ho, with a vision to create a platform of lasting, meaningful theatrical experiences for both children and adults in Asia.

  • Exciting Theatre Productions for Children & Families!

Every year, Paper Monkey Theatre creates and stage three to four new family oriented productions. At the same time, touring repertoire is out and about, bringing performances and conducting workshops at various schools and community spaces.

  • Performances on Tour and Hands-On Drama Programmes

Through quality theatrical productions, collaborative works and related workshops and programmes, they want audiences to experience an exchange of varied art forms, ideas and cultures. They hope to develop a theatre space just for children. A place where children and families can enjoy quality performances with their hearts, a cosy space where audiences can watch puppetry up-close and appreciate it as a unique theatrical art form, an unforgettable experience where audiences are reminded of Asian culture and values.

  • Production Services & Solutions

With experiences in making puppets and staging theatrical productions, they have the skills and knowledge to provide consultancy on staging performances and assistance to schools, organisations and theatre companies to design and fabricate customized sets, props, puppets and costumes.


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+65 6440 5706



90 Goodman Road Block B #01-05, Singapore 439053

How to get there?

  • By MRT - Alight at Circle Line's Mountbatten MRT (Exit B) and turn right towards Mountbatten Rd.
  • By Bus - Alight at Bus Stop (91099) on Mountbatten Rd. Bus numbers 12, 14, 30, 30e, 158, 196, 401
  • By Car - Limited parking lots at Goodman Arts Centre. More parking lots at Kampong Kayu Road