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November 2022

Slava’s Snow Show

November 2 - November 6
Sands Theatre @ Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Avenue 018973 Singapore + Google Map
S$68.00 - S$148.00
SISTIC

SLAVA’S theatre evolves from dreams and fairy tales. Slava has developed and mastered a tragic, metaphysical art of clowning by digging deep into tragicomedy to understand to what extent drama can be combined with laughter in a most captivating way. In a genre of its own, it remains as spontaneous and magical as on the first day it was performed. This universal and timeless theatrical spectacle has enchanted and empowered the imagination of audiences and critics in dozens of countries,…

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Hare and Tortoise

November 3 - November 20
KC Arts Centre, 20 Merbau Road, Robertson Quay 239035 Singapore + Google Map
S$22.00 - S$50.00

A modern take on Aesop's Fable; a fun, fast-paced play about friendship. Harri and Tatta have a race to win. The only problem they have is each other. Forced to travel the route together, speedy Harri and steady Tatta become instant frenemies who can’t agree on anything - Harri is desperate to go faster, but Tatta can’t and doesn’t want to keep up. A host of colourful characters along the way offer new challenges until a wrong turn finds the…

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Illuminations

November 5
Esplanade Concert Hall, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
S$30.00

An evening of classical music to commemorate In New Light – A Season of Commissions, celebrating Esplanade’s 20th anniversary. Illuminations is an original composition by composer-pianist Jonathan Shin and composer-organist Phoon Yu. The SSO is joined by the Singapore Symphony Chorus, Youth Choir, and Children’s Choir in this work specially commissioned for the occasion. It is inspired by the history and architecture of Esplanade, and how the centre literally and metaphorically shines a light on its artists, audiences and surroundings.…

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Wotagei

November 12
Esplanade Outdoor Theater
Free

Cyalume dancing - aka Wotagei - set to popular anime tunes as well as J-culture. A unique performing art form, Wiki describes wotagei as dancing and cheering gestures performed by wota, fans of Japanese idol singers. It involves jumping, clapping, arm-waving and the chanting of slogans. Wotagei is performed at concerts, or at events such as anime and manga conventions and meetings of idol fan groups. It is thought to have developed from the ōendan, organised cheering squads common at sporting…

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Family Film Favourites : Concerts for Children

November 13
Esplanade Concert Hall, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
S$25.00 - S$32.00

Let the music of Star Wars transport you to a galaxy far away, visit Hogwarts with the tunes from Harry Potter. All the favourite music from The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Frozen, Little Mermaid  ... and more! Approximately 1 hour with no intermission. 10.30 a.m. & 2.30 p.m.

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The Absurd Art Gallery

November 17 - November 20
F1 Pit Building, 1 Republic Boulevard 038975 Singapore + Google Map
S$25.00

Art Wonderland’s The Absurd Art Gallery is a cheeky response to present-day gallery environments where art is seen and not touched. Affordable Art Fair Singapore's Official Children’s Creative Space is designed as a contrast to a white cube setup. It is open and inviting, and filled with interactive surprises at every corner. Visitors are encouraged to get up close and personal with the works, even pick them up, touch and play with them. IS THIS ART?! (A 60-min workshop) Children are…

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Kalaa Utsavam

November 18 - November 27
Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
Various

Kalaa Utsavam – Indian Festival of Arts is an annual festival at Esplanade that celebrates Indian arts during the festive period of Deepavali. It is the first Indian arts festival in Southeast Asia with a multi-genre focus, featuring international and Singapore artists and their unique stories. Apart from the established artists, the festival also premieres new work and debut performances by up-and-coming artists. Free and ticketed events. Programme Guide

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Quack Quack Moo!

November 19 - November 20
Drama Centre, Black Box, 100 Victoria Street Level 5, National Library Building
Singapore, 188064
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S$35.00

A musical production from The Singapore Lyric Opera Youth and Children's Chorus. An inspirational story about the virtue of being faithful to the little things in life and staying true to good values and humility. The story revolves around a pair of siblings (played by members of the Children's Chorus) who work on a farm. The brother, during a TV filming opportunity on the farm, learns about the importance of being faithful to the little things before being entrusted with…

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The Indigo Jackal

November 19 - November 20
Esplanade Recital Studio, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
S$ 25.00

Music, dance and puppetry, inspired by a Panchatantra tale (ancient Indian animal fables). There once was a jackal who accidentally fell into a vat of blue dye. When he emerged, his majestic new appearance led the other animals to think he was a special creature. The jackal ruled the forest as its king until the full moon rose. Find out what happens ... 45 minutes, no intermission 19 & 20th November  : 11.00 a.m. & 2.00 p.m. The Panchatantra consists of…

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Kingdoms Apart

November 23 - November 27
Singtel Waterfront Theatre at Esplanade, 1 Esplanade Drive Singapore + Google Map
S$ 44.00
Credit : Crispian Chan

A contemporary take on the Indian epic The Mahabharata brought to life through multiple cultural influences and disciplines. A part of Esplanade's In New Light : A Season of Commissions, this is the story of the Pandavas and the Kauravas — two groups of cousins — who struggle for political power and the claim to the dynastic succession to the throne of the Hastinapura, an Indian kingdom. The confrontation climaxes with an 18-day Kurukshetra War in which even the gods…

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