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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…

September 2019


September 20 - September 22
Marina Bay Street Circuit, Marina Bay Singapore + Google Map
F1, 2017

Three turbo-charged days of gripping Formula 1 action set against the backdrop of the luminous Singapore skyline. With the world’s fastest racers going wheel-to-wheel at up to 320km/h, threading the barriers around Marina Bay, where iconic heritage buildings meet modern architecture. Non-stop entertainment, gastronomic indulgences and many of activity stations around the 799,000 sqm Circuit Park - which is the size of 80 soccer fields. Children below the age of 12 years of age must be accompanied and supervised at all…


Bandaloop dances on Orchard Road

September 20 - October 6
Ion Square, 2 Orchard Turn 238801 Singapore + Google Map

These pioneers of vertical dance celebrate ION's 10th anniversary by dancing down its media facade, all the way from the fifth floor, to a sound and light display. Tethered by ropes and harnesses, they leap and bound lithely through the air. The Bandloop are a Himalayan tribe who dance to help achieve immortality and the name was chosen by the founder, suggesting the pursuit of ageless beauty, new perspectives and honouring nature. "The mall's undulating curves have a profound effect…


Creative Writing Workshops

September 21 - September 28
Goodman Arts Centre, Block O #01-58, Goodman Arts Centre, 439053 Singapore + Google Map

The Storytelling Centre offers three workshops to get the juices of young writers flowing ... JUMPSTART: Generating New Writing Want to write, but not sure how to start ? Stuck in a rut where your writing is concerned ? Jumpstart helps you perceive the world in a new fashion, fuels your creativity and gives impetus to new writing. Saturday 21 September : 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tickets BREVITY: The Art of Flash Fiction Want to write fiction, but don’t know…



September 24 - October 10
Singapore Science Centre, 15 Science Centre Road 609081 Singapore + Google Map

Always question. Always wonder. When the KidsSTOP™ cat - Madame Curie - is 'catnapped' by grouchy Dr FeelBad, her best friends Jo and Win feel sad and angry - which is exactly how Dr FeelBad wants them to feel. Jo and Win remember what Madame Curie once told them : "Always question. Always wonder." So they ask themselves, "If we know why we feel bad today, will it help us feel better tomorrow?" Jo and Win journey by rocket, train…


The Way Back Home

September 27 - September 29
SOTA Drama Theatre, 1 Zubir Said Drive 227968 Singapore + Google Map
S$42.00 - S$62.00

An inter-galactic tale about a little boy seeking adventure - perfect for families with young children.  A charming story about friendship and caring for others, with original music and plenty of audience participation, created to ignite the imagination of little people. One day a boy finds a plane in his cupboard. He flies his plane higher and higher until he runs out of petrol and lands on the moon. He is frightened, lost and alone until a passing Martian lands there…

October 2019

A Ladder to the Stars

October 4 - October 6
Esplanade Recital Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
Esplanade Website

A heartfelt and humorous story of what can happen when the universe hears your dreams - for children between the ages of 3 and 7 years.   The story unfolds through a magical mix of music, light and imagination. Way up in the deep blue night sky, a twinkling star hears a little girl’s birthday wish . . . that she could dance with the stars.   Wanting to make this wish come true, the star tells the moon, the…

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