From the producers of Pluck the Harp Musical, comes another exciting production. Peace on earth is disrupted when an Enchanted Harp is stolen and Evil threatens to take over the world. Living quietly among the people, Great Legends once fought for peace and contained their magical powers in the Enchanted Harp. With the Enchanted Harp in the wrong hands, who will fight to restore peace in the world?
University Cultural Centre Theatre
Based on the international bestseller and multi-award winning book series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton, the 13-Storey Treehouse will be brought to life in Singapore. With the help of lots of props and costumes and some very impressive stage technology, watch as Andy and Terry invite flying cats, an invasion of monkeys, a mermaid, a sea monster, and a giant gorilla on to stage.
Through to 08th September
SOTA Drama Theatre
This is a specially-written prequel to Russian composer Sergei Prokofiev’s children’s classic “Peter and the Wolf”. The best-loved story is now placed in an urban contemporary setting – Los Angeles – with a thrilling plot full of suspense and humour. The story in a nutshell: Young, orphaned Peter comes to live with his “hippy” grandfather in L.A. and is having the time of his life, suddenly, this special trip is interrupted when a wolf escapes from the zoo.
11am & 2pm
Esplanade Concert Hall
The famed Argentinean troupe takes centre stage at the 12th edition of the annual nighttime arts escapade. Watch as dancers are suspended in the air above a translucent pool, and aerialists take flight as confetti rains down on them. Having performed to more than six million spectators in sold-out shows in over 60 cities across 34 countries, this renowned troupe invites you to step into their uninhibited and unforgettable world with a theatrical immersion that promises to flood the senses.
Through to 31st August
Photo courtesy of Singapore Night Festival
Walking with Dinosaurs: The Live Experience roars into town after being seen by over 9 million people in more than 250 cities around the world. TV host Michaela Strachan, as palaeontologist Huxley, takes the audience on a journey from the Triassic to the Jurassic to the Cretaceous periods, while introducing nine breeds of dinosaur against a backdrop of the slowly shifting terrain of planet Earth.
Through to 05th September
Singapore Indoor Stadium
Experience an underwater adventure to enchant the entire family when Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia swims into Singapore for its Asian premiere. Featuring innovative puppetry, striking scenic effects and evocative original music, The Rainbow Fish tells the story of a dazzling fish who learns to share his most prized possession. The production is based on Marcus Pfister’s
award-winning children’s stories “The Rainbow Fish”, “Rainbow Fish Discovers the Deep Sea”, and “Rainbow Fish Opposites”.
Through to 05th September
Ever wonder if there’s more than meets the eye as you walk through the UOB Southeast Asia Gallery in the Supreme Court Wing? This exclusive tour offers you a glimpse into otherwise restricted areas of the former Supreme Court. Go behind-the-scenes and learn about courtroom proceedings and the experiences of a person on trail. During this fascinating tour, you’ll get to traverse a network of hidden passageways, climb through a trapdoor in to the prisoner’s dock and much more!
Through to 28th December
National Gallery Singapore
The two-part showcase at the historic Fort Canning Park invites participants to delve further into Singapore’s past to commemorate Singapore’s bicentennial founding. The exhibition comprises eight pavilions featuring artefacts, maps, flora and words, and installations with interactive elements. Highlights include the 60 minute immersive multimedia sensory programme titled “Time Traveller”, which will bring you back 700 years into the past to witness Singapore’s greatest milestones.
Through to 15th September
Fort Canning Centre
ArtScience Museum’s latest exhibition will take your breath away with its giant inflatable balloon-like sculptures. There are more than 40 artworks from both international and local artists alike. Instagram-worthy exhibits include WALTER – a huge white rabbit by local artist Dawn Ng, and UK artist Luke Jerram’s installation titled “Museum of the Moon”, which invites audiences to lie on a deck chair below a lit, inflated scale model of the moon.
Through to 29th September
Photo by Luke Jerram
Roald Dahl’s acclaimed Fantastic Mr Fox arrives on stage in Mandarin this July. Catch the brave and clever Mr Fox in action, as he outsmarts three farmers’ nasty schemes with the help of his family and friends, to provide food for the animal community. Packed with humour and action, this classic tale of goodies and baddies can be enjoyed by children of all ages.
Through to 25th August
KC Arts Centre – Home of SRT