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December 2018

Singapore’s Film Festivals

December 1, 2018 - September 28, 2019
Various Singapore
Big Eyes, Big Minds

There are 49 Film Festivals this year, according to the Singapore Film Society. For those interested in niches, genres, curated offerings, themes ... these offerings are for specific audiences and there are enough to cater to most interests and passions. Here is a selection to browse through : Singapore International Children's Film Festival : 9 June to 9 September @ various locations Big Eyes, Big Minds : Scheduled for May 2019 (to educate, enrich & inspire kids through diverse &…


Little Prince in the Dark

December 1, 2018 - May 28, 2019
Singapore Philatelic Museum, 23-B Coleman Street 179807 Singapore + Google Map
Little Prince in the Dark

One sees clearly only with the heart. The essential is invisible to the eye. - Antoine de Saint-Exupéry To celebrate the 75th anniversary of the book The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, this exhibition focuses on how the story evolved, and its author.  The Little Prince: Behind the Story exhibition opened earlier this year (featuring stamps and philatelic materials, personal belongings of the author, illustrations, books and sculptures), and this addition - The Little Prince in the Dark Collection…

March 2019

Gretel and Hansel

March 13 - April 19
KC Arts Centre Home of Singapore Repertory Theatre (Formerly Known as DBS Arts Centre – Home of SRT), 20 Merbau Road, Robertson Quay 239035 Singapore
S$26.00 - S$29.00
Gretel & Hansel, SISTIC Website

With themes of sibling rivalry and family love, this is an exciting twist to the well-known Brothers Grimm fairy tale. From the very moment he arrives, Hansel has done nothing but completely upset the balance of Gretel’s life. Then something happens which gives Gretel the opportunity to get rid of her problem once and for all. The story will resonate with children who face the struggle of competing with their siblings for their parents’ attention and affection while they learn…


100 Keyboards

March 17 - May 20
The Arts House, Gallery II, 1 Old Parliament Lane 179429 Singapore + Google Map
SIFA 2019

Japanese avant-garde sound artist ASUNA's landmark work and site-specific listening experience - something new and fascinating for the young techie-musician ? Or for anyone who thinks outside the box and enjoys new ways of experiencing. ASUNA's playful genre-bending sonic experiments span ambient, hip-hop, low-fi pop and improvisation. With 100 battery-operated analogue keyboards, ASUNA manipulates sound waves to create an intriguing and fascinating ambient wash of overlapping notes and sonic textures that envelop from every direction ... subtle variations of sound…

April 2019

The Clairvoyants Live!

April 18
Resorts World™ Sentosa Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa, 8 Sentosa Gateway 098269 Singapore + Google Map
S$78.00 - S$198.00

The World Champions of Mind Reading. Thommy Ten and Amelie Van Tass open up a fabulous world of mentalism and unique illusions, jaw- dropping clairvoyance and mental magic masterpieces ... leaving audiences provoked, puzzled and befuddled. Approximately 110 minutes including a 20 minute interval. 8.00 p.m.


The glory of Eric Carle stories on stage

April 30 - May 12
Victoria Theatre, 11 Empress Place 179555 Singapore + Google Map
S$18.00 - S$28.00
by ACT3 International

The Very Hungry Caterpillar & other Eric Carle favourites. Meet The Very Hungry Caterpillar as he chomps away on his journey to metamorphosis! Starting out as a baby caterpillar eating anything and everything along the way, he changes into a beautiful butterfly at the end. Join bored Little Cloud who strays from his mates to go on a thrilling adventure, transforming himself into an airplane, a sheep, a clown with a funny hat ... even a shark! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e540E1AURDw Follow The…

May 2019

Shaggy and the Trims

May 3 - May 17
Esplanade Theater Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
Playtime! 2019

An interactive production about first haircuts, being different and fitting in.  In a town where everyone is trim and tidy, Shaggy is, well … the shaggiest! Even though he looks big and bold and brave, haircuts terrify him - all that snipping, buzzing, lopping and chopping just isn't his cup of tea. How then will he ever fit in? Does he even want to be like everyone else? Will Shaggy ever get his haircut? When the Notties come in to…



May 9 - May 12
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$42.00 - S$62.00

A celebration of individuality and the power of laughter. Based on the classic children's book series by David McKee (celebrating its 30th birthday this year). Elephants - as everyone knows - are big, have trunks and are grey. But Elmer is a patchwork of brilliant colours ! His fun-loving and cheerful personality keeps everyone in a playful mood, until the day he gets tired of being different and tries to blend in with the herd. Featuring a menagerie of 21…


Singapore International Festival of Arts (SIFA)

May 16 - June 2
Various Singapore
Singapore International Festival of Arts

Festivals bring people together to celebrate causes or to mark momentous occasions. Arts festivals allow us to not only appreciate the arts, they allow us to experience and form lasting and transformative memories. It is through shared experiences that we come to form communities. - Sarah Martin, CEO, Arts House Limited SIFA presents captivating and diverse works across theatre, music, dance, film and visual arts. It champions the creation and presentation of Singaporean and international works through artists talks, workshops, discussion,…


Peter and the Wolf

May 18 - May 20
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$30.00 - S$40.00
Peter and the Wolf

A story of courage, adventure and friendship - the award-winning adaptation of Sergei Prokofiev's Peter and the Wolf. A magical treat for young and old with music, puppetry and live animation. A musical fairy tale written by Sergei Prokofiev in 1936, it was originally intended to teach children about the instruments in an orchestra. In this contemporary adaptation by New Zealand director Sophie Roberts, the orchestra is replaced with a six–piece band and the story is told as a visual…

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