In collaboration with the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD), the Singapore Dance Theatre will offer an opportunity for RAD students to perform on the grand stage of the Esplanade Theatre. Be a part of the one-night-only performance as the trope will present George Balanchine’s Rubies and Marius Petipa’s Paquita.
at Esplanade Theatre
Adapted from Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book into a musical puppet show, The Jungle Adventure sees Mowgli, Reiki the leopard and Pang Goh Lin the pangolin, venture into the lush jungles of Southeast Asia where they come up against scheming enemies that pose a threat to their lives. Here, they fight for survival while learning to care for nature and share Mother Earth with the other animals that inhabit the terrain.
Through to 29th July
at The Pavilion at Far East Square
Wisdom comes with age and that is apparent in Mitch Albom’s Tuesday with Morrie. Let the memoir come to life before your eyes in Godot Theatre Company’s adaption in Mandarin. Mitch, played by host Pu Xueliang, meets up with his college professor Morrie, played by Golden Horse award-winner Jin Shi Jie, as he uncovers many lessons of life over beautiful and heart warming moments.
Through to 22nd July
at The Esplanade Theatre
In celebration of their 50th anniversary since 1968, the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Chorale will bring their 100-strong assemblage to Singapore for their first time. Led by Jeffrey R. Smith, the choir will perform well-known American favourites and hits from Broadway musicals to entertain and charm.
at Esplanade Concert Hall
Join up with the Peanuts gang in a fun run with family and friends. Open to anyone above the age of 5, challenge yourself and your young ones to be more active in the Year of the Dog. Psst… we hear a giant inflatable Snoopy will be present for your fitness squad to enjoy the various selfies and photo opportunities.
7am at Bedok Reservoir Park
Enrich your children with an interactive Chinese children’s musical by Berries World of Learning School. The musical written by Danny Yeo will see the magical world of Little Woods go topsy turvy in the aftermath of a violent darkness as Big Black Wolf converts to a vegetarian and Prince Charming turns into a cowardly wimp among other well-known fairy tale characters.
Through to 2nd July
at KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
You do not have to love cats to enjoy this heartwarming tale of Fred, the guitarplaying busker and his singing cat, Tabby McTat. Each day, passersby throw coins into Fred’s hat in appreciation of the lovely duo’s sequence. However, they are separated one day when Fred chases down a thief and their future is up in the air.
Find out whether they reunite and continue singing and revel in this rhyming tale of music, loyalty and cats!
Through to 10th June
at KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT
Experience the magic mysticism of fairy tales through dance as Peter, his dog, Blue and his cat, Calico set out on an adventure through an enchanted forest. Choreographed by Artistic Director Janek Schergen as a three-part hour-long ballet series, the performance accompanied with live narration will engage your children and lead them into a fantasy-filled realm of fascination and wonder.
Through to 3rd June
at SOTA Studio Theatre
Get up close and personal with the many wildlife residents of the mangrove including Grey Herons, Giant Mudskippers and Vinegar Crabs and pick up interesting knowledge on the different root systems of mangrove trees. Do not worry about getting your hands dirty as the tour will be conducted from the boardwalk. Register in advance to book your place!
From 9am to 11am
at Pasir Ris Park Mangrove Boardwalk
Photo courtesy of National Parks Board
Part of the second edition of ACT3i Festival for Children, this entertaining theatre performance for toddlers by Scottish playwright Frozen Charlotte, is an explosion of colour set in a world of paper. Join Paperbelle who likes her world the way it is — black and white. However, the other ‘colours’ want to play with her — will she let them into her monochromatic world?
Through to 27th May
at ACT 3 Theatre