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August 2019

Gallery Children’s Biennale 2019 : Embracing Wonder

August 4, 2019 - March 9, 2020
National Gallery Singapore, 1 St. Andrew's Road 178957 Singapore + Google Map
Children's Biennale 2019

Especially for children : a new dimension of creativity and wondrous surprises. In the next seven months, discover and experience a fantastic, magical world through 11 imaginative artwork installations. Children, compose your own tunes, braid giant tresses, wander beneath massive lanterns, pop into a dome ... and more. Plus exciting programmes for families as well. Free Admission for Singaporeans & Permanent Residents  Additionally, and FREE Over two weekends - 25th & 26th May and 1st & 2nd June (12.00 noon…



August 5 - November 4
The Annexe, Singapore Science Centre, 15 Science Centre Road 609081 Singapore + Google Map
S$15.00 - S$18.00

Travel back millions of years to the Cretaceous period with palaeontologist Professor V and her assistant Rex. An immersive adventure that uncovers the mystery behind the elusive Australian polar dinosaurs. Science Centre Singapore’s latest exhibition, DinoQuest focuses on the science of palaeontology and the process of fossilisation.Curated by world-renowned palaeontologist Emerita Professor Patricia Vickers-Rich, DinoQuest spans seven thematic zones, promising a multi-sensory experience through cutting-edge multimedia technology. Be transported into a long extinct world. Become a Dinosaur Detective. An ambitious…


Floating Utopias

August 5 - November 18
Art Science Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue 018974 Singapore + Google Map
Floating Utopias

A playful, poetic exhibition that explores the social history of inflatable objects, showing how, over the decades, they have been used in art, architecture and activism. For the curious, for the humanist, for the scientist ... as described by the Museum, below. Since the first hot-air balloon ascended into the skies in the 18th century, inflatable objects have inspired the public's imagination, generating utopian dreams of castles in the sky, floating laboratories and cloud cities. Floating Utopias reveals the impact…



August 5 - November 11
Art Science Museum, 6 Bayfront Avenue 018974 Singapore + Google Map

This rabbit hole of Wonderland follows Alice's journey through popular culture, inviting you to a trip through the looking glass into an enchanted world where expectations are upended and curiosity is rewarded. With theatrical sets, bold, interactive environments, eye-catching props and amazing audiovisual artworks, Wonderland - celebrating Lewis Carroll's timeless tale of Alice's adventures - is an immersive, playful and interactive exhibition for all ages. Discover how artists and filmmakers have portrayed Alice and her story for over a century - from her appearance…

October 2019


October 17 - October 24
The Ngee Ann Kongsi Theatre @ W!LD RICE, Funan,Level $, 107 North Bridge Road 179105 Singapore + Google Map

Why are women and men expected to behave in certain ways? How did the world come to be such an unequal place for women and men? Can there be a different way of raising future generations? A challenging and insightful new comedy that launches Wild Rice's Theatre-In-Education (TIE) programme which introduces young people to the shared experience of theatre. TIE uses the medium of theatre for educational purposes, encouraging youngsters to engage with a play’s themes and think about how…


Stories under the Canopy

October 19 - November 10
Canopy Park, Level 5, Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Boulevard 819666 Singapore + Google Map
Admission ticket to Canopy Park required
Jewel, Changi

Storytelling @ JEWEL Changi Airport, in the midst of the Canopy Park. A family friendly storytelling session - tales inspired by nature by Young Storytellers from The Storytelling Centre Ltd. For children between the ages of 4 and 8 years. Saturday, 19 October : Billy Goats Family Sunday, 20 October : The Giant Turnip Saturday, 26 October : The Magic Tree Sunday, 27 October : Talking Pumpkins! Saturday, 2 November : The Peach Boy Sunday, 3 November : The Magic Beanstalk Saturday, 9…


The Gingerbread Man

October 23 - December 31
KC Arts Centre Home of Singapore Repertory Theatre (Formerly Known as DBS Arts Centre – Home of SRT), 20 Merbau Road, Robertson Quay 239035 Singapore + Google Map
S$26.00 - S$49.00

An original re-imagining of a classic tale, and an uplifting story about the value of teamwork and friendship, set to a rousing rock score. Ginger, a giant cookie who can walk and talk, loves to run, run, run ... as fast as he can. While teamwork is especially important on the farm where he lives, Ginger prefers to do things on his own and ends up making a terrible mess and breaking the oven - his mother, Anya's, most prized…


The Ghost Seller

October 25 - October 26
Esplanade Theater Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
S$12.00 - S$35.00
The Ghost Seller

A comic take on a classic tale, told by three Peking Opera clowns through mime and slapstick humour. A modern interpretation of the allegorical Chinese tale of a man trying to sell a make-believe goat at a market. The real is often intertwined with the false, and the unexpected is to be expected. The line between imagination and reality blurs as the audience is challenged to figure what is true and what is not. Featuring three experienced Peking Opera artists…

November 2019

Singapore Writers Festival 2019

November 1 - November 10
The Civic District
by Emily Siu

SWF for Families offers a whole series of free and ticketed events for children in various locations around the Civic District. This year's theme is A Language of Our Own, and includes - among many others - storytelling sessions, workshops, talks and more for children, from as young as two years. Some bi-lingual programmes, craft and movement sessions, puppetry, popular young adult authors and programmes for children with special needs. Bring the little ones, the middling ones, the readers and…


Ruby’s Nutcracker

November 9 - November 10
SOTA Studio Theater, 1 Zubir Said Drive
Singapore, 227968 Singapore
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S$55.00 - S$58.00
Ruby the Dancing Dog

Ruby The Dancing Dog is a ballerina ! Well-loved by children and adults whenever she performs, she is passionate about sharing the joy of dancing with everyone. This is a full ballet production based on the magical Christmas story - The Nutcracker. Ruby is the main character and the cast features professional dancers, with live music by a wind quintet. Approximately 1 hour inclusive of an interval.  9 November, Saturday & 10 November Sunday: 10.30 a.m. & 2.00 p.m.  

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