Upcoming Events

Postmodern Jukebox Singapore

Even if you don’t recognise the name, it is a certainty you would have heard of Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox on YouTube or the radio waves. What’s unique about them is Bradlee’s trademark twist on contemporary pop hits – his retro styling of pop songs will see you and the family dancing and re-envisioning these radio hits in a drastically new light.

at Kallang Theatre

Formula One 2018 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix

Since 2009, Singapore has been the home of Formula One night racing as we welcome the fast cars to the backdrop of our modern architecture and heritage buildings. This year, the thrills will return once again as racers battle it out on the Marina Bay Street Circuit. In between the races, entertain yourself with internationally renowned musical acts from Jay Chou to The Killers.

Through to 16 September
at Marina Bay Street Circuit

From Russia With Love

The Youth Symphony Orchestra of Russia will bring their music from the concert halls of Berlin, Brussels, Geneva and Vienna to Singapore in their debut Asian tour. Something to sit at the edge of your seats for is Singapore’s very own violinist Chloe Chua at only 11 years of age who will share the stage with Tatiana Samouil in Vivaldi’s double violin concerto. Feel the emotions and grandeur of the Russian composers like Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich.

at University Cultural Centre Hall

STGCC 2018

All of East and West pop culture will gather at the Singapore Toy, Game & Comic Convention. There is something for everyone from comics, toys, games, manga, anime and cosplay. Attendees would have the chance to snag limited edition merchandise and even pick up an autograph from their favourite comic book artists. The event the previous year attracted over 50, 000 fans from across the world and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see that number surpassed in the 2018 edition.

Through to 9th September
at Marina Bay Sands Expo

Ballet Under the Stars Presented by Singapore Dance Theatre

In the 23rd edition of Ballet Under the Stars, Singapore’s favourite outdoor dance event, sprawl the family out on a picnic mat and dine under the stars to an enchanting display of classical ballet works. The first weekend will feature George Balanchine’s The Four Temperaments, François Klaus’ Midnight Waltzes, and Edwaard Liang’s 13th Heaven, while the second weekend is dedicated to renowned Singaporean choreographer and dance prodigy, Choo-San Goh

Through to 9th September
at Fort Canning Green

Visions of Sojourns: Paintings of Ong Kim Seng

The illustrious career of Singaporean artist Ong Kim Seng will be on display in the Visions of Sojourns: Paintings of Ong Kim Seng exhibition at the Arts House. The award-winning artist has a knack for capturing the interesting backdrops of the world in watercolour and aspires to preserve the past in each of his painting. This exhibition at the Arts House will feature a collection of his paintings done off-the-beaten-track in Tibet, Nepal, Bali, China and some of the obscure lanes and corners of Singapore.

Through to 2nd September
at The Arts House

Singapopera – A Celebration of the Musicals of Dick Lee

Playwright Dick Lee has written 15 theatrical and musical productions over his long-lasting career that spans across 30 years. At Singapopera, belt out your favourite tunes from shows like Fried Rice Paradise, Beauty World and Forbidden City with the best singers from the Singapore theatrical stage from Sebastian Tan, Alemay Fernandez, Denise Tan, Dwayne Lau and of course, the man of the hour, Dick Lee.

Through to 26th August
at Esplanade Concert Hall

The Lion King

The circle of life is fulfilled once again with Disney’s The Lion King returning to Singapore with a brand new South African cast. Encounter the enduring tunes from the animated feature film in a theatrical performance with flamboyant dressing and a soulful heart.

Through to 26th August
at Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands

Marvel Studios: Ten Years of Heroes exhibition

Recount the 19 Marvel films over the past decade with ArtScience Museum. Opening shortly after Avengers: Infinity War arrives in theatres, the exhibition will present interactive exhibits on each Marvel Studios Super Hero for you to get re-acquainted with the characters that contribute to the sweeping success of the Marvel Universe.

Through to 30th September
at ArtScience Museum

The Travelling Farm

Get on the urban farming movement with The Travelling Farm as this roving container will make stops and rotate between three locations, Bougainvillea Park, Raffles Place Park and Dhoby Ghaut Green, every three months. Participate in one of the many gardening workshops, take tips from the helpful staff on cultivating a garden and growing edible greens or just hang out.

Through to 5th December 2020
at Dhoby Ghaut Green