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
Wu Guanzhong: Expressions of Pen & Palette
As one of the most important artists of 20th century China, Wu Guanzhong has been revered for his unique style that brings together Western and Chinese art traditions. In this exhibition, the public is invited to enter Wu’ s expansive world, where his literature and painting come to life in an intimate selection of works shown at the Wu Guanzhong Gallery.
Through to 29th September 2019
at National Gallery Singapore
The Phantom of The Opera
Deep within the Paris Opera House lies the disfigured musical genius called The Phantom. After being captivated by Christine, a young soprano, the Phantom asks of her to be his protégé before falling fiercely in love with her. As he realises Christine’s love for someone else, it sets the stage for a wild turn of events in this beautiful musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber. The stage production in Singapore is nothing short of stunning with 37 international cast joined by a 12-piece live orchestra.
Through to 12th May 2019
at the Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands
The Very Hungry Caterpillar & Other Eric Carle Favourites
As a wee little infant, The Very Hungry Caterpillar can’t help but chomp his way through life before he can turn into a ravishing and beautiful butterfly. On his journey, he meets Little Cloud and The Mixed Up Chameleon and picks up valuable life lessons along the way. In this production for children aged 1 and above, savour these three well-liked stories and see how the stories come to life on stage.
Through to 12th May 2019
at Victoria Theatre
Take a trip through the looking glass into the curious world of Wonderland, where whimsical adventures come alive. With its bold theatrical sets, interactive environments and eye-catching props, this exhibition conjures up the fascinating world of Lewis Carroll’s timeless tales of Alice and her adventures. With over 300 artefacts, this playful exhibition reveals how artists and filmmakers have portrayed the story across over a century.
Through to 22nd September
Art Science Museum
Photo by Phoebe Powel
My Melody Run
Get your kawaii on with the ever-adorable Sanrio character My Melody at the My Melody Run Singapore 2019. Fuel your sweet rush with a festive opening ceremony filled with inflatable desserts and sweets. All runners will also receive a set of exclusive My Melody Run items including a My Melody Runner’s t-shirt, plush, bib, goodie bag and medal. Are you ready for your sweetest day out yet?
When was the last time someone told you a story under the stars? Let actor Thomas Dudkiewicz lead you into a strange and brilliantly dark world in this pitch-perfect narrated performance happening in an outdoor secret location. Inspired by radio plays, the performance uses just Dudkiewicz’s voice and well-timed sound effects to bring an enchanting cast of characters to life.
Through to 26th May
Photo by Jochem Jurgens
Mozart 36 follows the musical journey of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart from the age of eight, when he produced the first of his Sonatas for piano and violin, to his last years as the finest keyboard player and composer in the Viennese musical world in 1788. Treat your ears to musical renditions of Mozart’s most iconic works, performed by British pianist Sam Haywood and Singaporean solo violinist Tang Tee Khoon.
Esplanade Recital Studio
Ultra Music Festival 2019
Lace up your dancing shoes and get ready to bust your moves to some heart-pumping electronic dance music. Ultra Singapore, one of the most widely anticipated outdoor dance parties, is back! You can look forward to a lineup of the world’s most renowned DJs and electronic music artistes, including Martin Garrix, Skrillex and DJ set Porter Robinson, as they play across specially designed festival stages – each equipped with state-of-the-art interactive technology.
Through to 9th June
Professor Brian Cox Universal World Tour
Ever wondered about the origins of our solar system and universe? Renowned physicist Professor Brian Cox will be touching down in Singapore to give you the answers that you seek. Whether an avid space fanatic or a total science novice, Professor Cox offers fascinating insight into the realm of astronomy and physics. He is joined by award-winning comedian Robin Ince, who will moderate a fun audience Q&A at the end of the show.
The Star Theatre
Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Couture
Asian Civilisations Museum is embarking on a Season of Chinese Art, and headlining this series is the blockbuster exhibition Guo Pei: Chinese Art and Couture. Guo Pei, one of China’s most outstanding couturières, is best known for the depth of craftsmanship, Chinese historical references and beauty in her fantastical works. The exhibition will display 29 of her most iconic masterworks, including two bridal gowns that were directly inspired by artworks in the Singapore National Collection.
Through to 15th September
Asian Civilisations Museum
Children’s Festival 2019
The colourful world of Disney Pixar’s upcoming Toy Story 4 comes to life at the Children’s Festival 2019 this June. Gardens By The Bay’s iconic Supertree Grove will be transformed into a colourful carnival filled with family-friendly games and activities, inspired by Buzz, Woody and the gang. Exciting experiences that visitors can look out for include a fun obstacle course, self-driving car races, and carnival game booths.
Through to 30th June
at Supertree Grove
PhotoCourtesy of Gardens by the Bay’s Children’s Festival 2019
Inala – A Zulu Ballet
Feast your eyes on this exhilarating fusion of South African and Western cultures live on stage. INALA is a unique live theatrical experience powered by a cultural explosion of music, song and dance. The Southeast Asian premiere features Singaporean dancer Adelene Stanley, performing alongside two-time Grammy® Award-winning choral legends, the Soweto Gospel Choir,
with choreography by multi award-winning Mark Baldwin OBE and current and former members of The Royal Ballet and Rambert.
Through to 22nd June
Sands Theatre, Marina Bay Sands
Kurios Cabinet Of Curiosities
Embrace your curious side with Cirque du Soleil’s most acclaimed show, Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities. Step into the intimate setting of the Big Top and be transported into the Curio Cabinet of an ambitious inventor who defies the laws of time, space and dimensions in order to reinvent everything around him. Suddenly, the visible becomes invisible, perspectives are transformed, and the world is turned upside down.
Through to 21st July
at Bayfront Avenue
A whole new world comes to life in this spectacular musical portrayal of the beloved story of Aladdin. Breathtaking sets, mind-blowing special effects, over 300 lavish costumes, and a fabulous cast turn Disney’s Aladdin into an unmissable theatrical production suited for the whole family. Bop along to all the songs you know and love from the classic Academy award-winning film, including “Friend like Me”, “A Whole New World” and “Arabian Nights”.
Through to 11th August
Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands
Run For Inclusion 2019
Sweat for a good cause this July at Run For Inclusion 2019, Singapore’s only mass running event where participants run alongside hearing-, intellectually-, physically- and visually-challenged runners. The annual run seeks to promote awareness about the Persons with Special Needs (PWSN) community, and to empower PWSN to participate in mainstream activities and events. For the first time ever, the run will include a new category – the 20km Cycling (non-competitive), where participants cycle alongside PWSN on single and tandem bicycles.
at Punggol SAFRA
Photo courtesy of runninghour
National Theatre Live Screening King Lear by William Shakespeare
Two aging fathers – one a king, another his courtier – reject the children who truly love them. Their blindness unleashes a tornado of pitiless ambition and treachery, as family and state are plunged into a violent power struggle with bitter ends. Catch this powerful contemporary retelling of King Lear, considered by many as the greatest tragedy ever written, on the big screen at the Esplanade Theatre.
at Esplanade Theatre Studio
Fantastic Mr Fox
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