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May 2019

The Giant’s Table

May 31 - June 2
Esplanade Annexe Studio, 1 Esplande Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
The Giant's Table

A small, ordinary table transforms into an extraordinary giant's table. Objects and drawings come to life and nothing is what it seems.   The award-winning Giant's Table mixes live animation with physical theatre that puts the audience at the heart of the action. Expect a whimsical experience in two parts. The first comprises three pieces, segmented by short scenes aptly dubbed Snack Time. In the second half, audiences get to jump into the Giant's Table, interacting with live drawings on projection. 1 hour with…


Singapore Book Fair 2019

May 31 - June 9
Capitol Theatre to the outdoor plaza and along the walkway to City Hall MRT Station, 13 Stamford Road Singapore 178905 + Google Map
Singapore Book Fair

A fave annual event for book lovers and the printed word.   About a thousand international publishers and retailers come together for a smash-up smorgasbord of not just books but also encounters with writers, artists and other books lovers, heritage tours, lifestyle events and talks.   Take the kids, browse and be delighted.  

June 2019

June 2nd – take the kids to the Botanic Gardens !

June 1 - June 2
Orchid Plaza, Singapore Botanic Garden, 1 Cluny Road 259569 Singapore + Google Map
Botanic Gardens

Head to the Botanical Gardens, to the Market Square held in the Orchid Plaza, the area around the entrance to the Orchid Garden. Join the kids, the families, the yoga and boot camp enthusiasts, the pets, the tourists, the parents ... just about everyone heads to the gardens in the mornings and surprise ! a Market Square selling plants and snacks to music echoing off the green ... Market Square (The gula melaka ice cream, made from Lavender Hokkaido Milk…


Professor Brian Cox Universal World Tour 2019: Live On Stage

June 8
The Star Theater, 1 Vista Exchange Green, #04-01 138617 Singapore + Google Map
S$90.00 - S$215.00
Professor Brian Cox

The value of science. How we acquire scientific knowledge. Why we should trust it. For the curious and those fascinated by science - Professor Brian Cox offers a fascinating insight into the workings of nature at the most fundamental level using state of the art graphics and imagery from ground-based telescopes and space probes. "We live at a pivotal time for our civilisation. We have access to an ever-increasing library of knowledge about nature and understand a great deal about…


The Little Elephant

June 15
Victoria Concert Hall, 11 Empress Place
Singapore, 179558
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The Little Elephant

A little elephant finds his place in the world, with lessons in patience and determination. The classic Story of Babar by Jean de Brunhoff comes to life on the organ with innovative British organist Tom Bell, alongside narrator Oniatta Effendi, drama educator from NAFA, Singapore. With strong emphasis on understanding and hope, this is one for families to attend. Approximately 2 hours. 4.00 p.m.


International Ballet Grand Prix Singapore 2019

June 15 - June 16
Drama Centre Theater, 100 Victoria Street Level 3, National Library Building 188064 Singapore + Google Map
S$38.00 - S$58.00
International Ballet Grand Prix

Come, cheer aspiring dancers @ the inaugural International Ballet Grand Prix Singapore where enthusiastic and passionate dancers between the ages of 7 to 18 perform. The International Ballet Grand Prix Singapore helps dancers of of all nationalities and social backgrounds to explore their potential in dance and to inspire their professional and personal growth. By facilitating sharing and exchange between dance students, teachers and schools from all over the world, IBPGS hopes to enrich the local arts scene and provide talented…



June 15
Victoria Concert Hall, 11 Empress Place
Singapore, 179558
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The Story of Babar

A classic story of a little elephant who finds his place in the world, with lessons of understanding and hope The Story of Babar by Jean de Brunhoff is one for the family, and this show has the brilliant, innovative British organist Tom Bell bringing this moving story to life on the organ alongside narrator Oniatta Effendi, drama educator from NAFA, Singapore. Pre and post-concert activities @ 3.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m. and 5.00 p.m.to 6.00 p.m.@ the Concert Hall…


Inala – A Zulu Ballet

June 19 - June 22
Sands Theatre @ Marina Bay Sands, 4 Bayfront Avenue 018973 Singapore + Google Map
S$55.00 - S$175.00

A spiritually uplifting experience, an exhilarating fusion of South African and Western cultures. INALA means an abundance of goodwill in Zulu. This ballet marks 20 years of democracy in South Africa as it celebrates contemporary diversity. Nominated in 2016 for a Grammy® Award for original score, it has been described as a cultural explosion of music, song and dance. Features the two-time Grammy® Award-winning choral legend, the Soweto Gospel Choir, with 25 dancers, singers and musicians. Approximately 100 minutes including…



June 19
Esplanade Concert Hall, 1 Esplanade Drive 038981 Singapore + Google Map
S$15 - S$20
The Planets

Defiant Mars ... jubilant Jupiter ... tranquil Venus ... mysterious Neptune ... Holst’s The Planets rendered through a multi-faceted choreography of musical constellations by the Singapore National Youth Orchestra, joined by SNYO alumni and musicians from the Malaysian Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. The programme includes Bartok’s Dance Suite and Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto. Children must be age 5 and above to be admitted into the hall. 7.30 p.m.


StoryFest 2019 : Make Believe

June 21 - June 24
The Arts House, 1 Old Parliament Lane 179429 + Google Map
Make Believe

To see the world through stories, on the wings of ‘Make Believe’ ... take the kids !! With twenty two programmes, this year's StoryFest (an annual festival that celebrates and showcases a variety of styles, repertoire and cultural arts presentations of storytelling from Singapore and around the world) adopts the theme of 'Make Believe’, inviting audiences to open themselves to new experiences and give their imagination free rein as they listen to stories that are beyond belief. Children and families…

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