Past Events

The Nutcracker by The National Ballet of China

The Nutcracker has been brought to stage for over a hundred years since its first performance in 1892. In the adaptation by the National Ballet of China, they have created their own version of The Nutcracker by infusing Chinese culture with western classical ballet music. Accompanied by the music of Tchaikovsky, the Chinese ballet artists will tell the story of a Chinese family celebrating the Chinese New Year in a fusion of East and West.

Through to 20th January
at Esplanade Theatre

We’ re Going on a Bear Hunt

Making its appearance direct from London’ s West End, make merry with our family of adventurers and their magical dog as they go on a quest in search of a bear. In Sally Cookson’ s fun-filled adaptation set to the lively score of Benji Bower, the young ones will tickle with delight in the interactive scenes and catchy songs. There will be a few surprises springing up along the way and the musical’ s ending will make a special departure from the conclusion in the original picture book.

Through to 20th January
at KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT

Vienna Boys Choir: Fly With Me

Take a musical flight with the Vienna Boys Choir at the Esplanade Concert Hall as they present their extensive repertoire from medieval arrangements to contemporary music on a one-night-only performance. While the core of the choir’ s performance is in the motets and lieder, their arrangements of Viennese music would be a treat to the ears as they display their talent and might as Austria’ s youngest ambassadors of music.

at Esplanade Concert Hall

Musical Taru

In this Mandarin musical adapted from its Korean counterpart, siblings Nali and Gao Feng take a trip to the museum, but unbeknownst to them, the museum exhibits come alive when a mysterious lunar eclipse occurs. In all the liveliness and chaos, the fossil of a baby T-rex, TARU, is nowhere to be found and it is up to Nali and Gao Feng to help look for it. Featuring a catchy soundtrack, impressive set and life-sized dinosaur skeletons, go on this captivating adventure with your family and have a good-hearted laugh.

Through to 13th January
at Resorts World Theatre, Resorts World Sentosa

SSO Christmas Concert 2018

Christmas is never complete without the seasonal songs and the caroling. Associate Conductor Joshua Tan and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra will bring in the festive cheer with a collection of tunes specifically for the yuletide season. There is even a sing-a-long segment where you can join in the chorus and holler your favourite verses at the top of your voice. Backed up by the chorus and choir, the Victoria Concert Hall will be booming with the union of voices and beautiful orchestral sounds.

Through to 16th December
at Victoria Concert Hall

Peter Pan

Everyone knows the tale of Peter Pan from the beloved animation film by Walt Disney in 1953. The original story from JM Barrie will be brought to stage in a theatre production filmed live at the National Theatre in London. During the two-day screening at the Esplanade Theatre Studio, fall in love with the beloved story of Peter Pan once again as Wendy is invited to Neverland, where magic, music and make-believe await her.

Through to 9th December
at Esplanade Theatre Studio

Hi-5 Supers

Just for a day, the Hi-5 group will become superheroes, after Chats grants each of their wishes to receive superpowers. Super Strong Lachie, Super Vision Shay, Super Sound Joe, Super Fly Courtney and Super Sneaker Bailey have been invited to attend the Superhero Awards Night, but in the day, they are tasked with a series of missions and have their hands tangled with obstacles along the way. When the superheroes arrive at the Awards Night, they face more drama, but they come to the realisation that everyone
is super duper in their very own ways.

Through to 9th December
at Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands

The Night Before Christmas

The kids will be in for a treat when they preview the festive family entertainment of The Night Before Christmas. Through the 55-minute performance, the young ones will be entertained by Eddie the little mouse who goes off in search of Father Christmas as he tries to understand why humans were the only ones who were allowed to celebrate Christmas and open presents. On his journey, he learns about friendship, sharing and the true meaning and spirit of Christmas. Go on a festive journey of merry exploration with your kids.

Through to 9th December 
at SOTA Drama Theatre


Ahoy Matey! The Maritime Experiential Museum will be where Luffy and his crew of swash-buckling Straw Hat Pirates will dock at, as fans of the popular Japanese manga and anime ONE PIECE are invited to explore the adventures on the maritime silk route. The exhibition pays homage to writer-illustrator Eiichiro Oda with a replica of the creator’ s desk at his workplace and for many, a once-in-a-lifetime dive into the unique and colourful world of Oda, with a virtual reality experience among many others.

Through to 1st January 2019
at the Maritime Experiential Museum
Photo courtesy of Resorts World Sentosa

A $ingapore Carol

Wild Rice will bring their heartwarming yet gut-busting take on Charles Dickens’ classic tale to the stage. Touching on the holiday tropes of love, compassion and the spirit of giving, it tells the tale of S. K. Loo, the richest businessman in town, who gets haunted by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present and Yet-to-be. Join in with the rest of the family and make your guesses on whether the true meaning of Christmas will jolt Loo’s miserly stone-cold heart to life. Directed by funny man Hossan Leong, you will be laughing from start to finish, sharing the true spirit of Christmas.

Through to 15th December
at the Victoria Theatre