8th May

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

23rd November

The Inventions of Ancient Greece

You don’t have to travel half the world to appreciate the Greek’s contributions to modern technology. Specially curated by Kotsanas Museum of Ancient Greek Technology from Greece, it will showcase more than 40 inventions across the disciplines of automation, programming, astronomy, time-keeping and music, among others in this exhibition. Each exhibit is built with a high level of accuracy and referenced from ancient texts. At the exhibit, you will be able to experience the technological achievements by the Greeks as most of the exhibits are fully functional!

Through to 17th March 2019
at The Annexe Building, Science Centre Singapore

23rd November

All Possible Paths: Richard Feynman’ s Curious Life

We would not have known many of the world’ s best kept secrets had it not been for the life of Richard Feynman. As a physicist, Feynman has transformed the way the world understands the mechanisms of the universe with his work on quantum mechanics. Recognised with the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965, the exhibition will show Feynman’ s curious nature and his journey in the pursuit for knowledge that drove him to exploring the many possibilities in life.

Through to 3rd March 2019
at Artscience Museum

23rd November

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

13th February

In An Instant: Polaroid at the Intersection of Art and Technology

2019 is an age of technology. All that is required to snap a photograph now is a simple tap on our smartphones and it is saved in an instant. It was not as such in the past and one of the ways people remembered memorable moments was the Polaroid camera. In this exhibit, trace the history of the instant camera that was introduced in the late 1940’s and discover how Polaroid photography inspired the likes of Andy Warhol and Barbara Crane.

Through to 31st March 2019
at National Museum of Singapore

13th February

Raffles in Southeast Asia: Revisiting the Scholar and Statesman

We know of Sir Stamford Raffles as the man who established Singapore as a British port and paved the way for Singapore’s transformation into a modern city that it is today. But there is more to Raffles than just a British official with the East India Company. In partnership with the British Museum, the Asian Civilisations Museum presents a multi-layered insight into the founder of Singapore and for us to dive deep into his connections, encounters and explorations.

Through to 28th April 2019
at Asian Civilisations Museum

21st February

Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical

We all know the story of this extraordinary little girl with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind called Matilda, but have you experienced her story in a satisfying musical told on stage? Making its debut in Asia for the very first time, the Royal Shakespeare Company and composer-lyricist Tim Minchin have turned the beloved book by Roald Dahl into a riveting production for the entire family.

Through to 10th March 2019
at Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands

24th February

Safari Zoo Run 2019

Lace up your running shoes and run for wildlife at the Safari Zoo Run 2019! In its 11th year this time, the Safari Zoo Run was originally conceived to commemorate
Ah Meng the orangutan who passed in 2008. Now in 2019, the Safari Zoo Run continues with that same spirit and aims to inspire and deepen our appreciation for wildlife, while encouraging the entire family to get outdoors and explore nature. The trail will take you through the three zoos and you and the entire family can run alongside the wildlife.

at Singapore Zoo, River Safari and Night Safari

24th February

Everyone Can Act

Introduce your little one above the ages of 5 to the story of Chinese New Year and go on a journey with the villagers as they work together to fend off the beast Nian who drops in from the mountains to scare the villagers every year. In this parent-child workshop conducted in Mandarin, bond with your little one through the theatre games, role-play and storytelling in a fun and engaging manner.

1.30pm and 4.30pm
at Esplanade Rehearsal Studio

1st March

The Dragon’s Dentist

Children under the age of six are invited to enter the dragon’s mouth for a gigan-teeth adventure of a lifetime! Despite the dragon being a mythical creature, it still does have its fair shares of dental problems. It is up to the dragon dentist and his apprentice to help the poor creature with his painful problems. In this delightful theatre production, your little one will have a fun-filled time while learning the importance of overcoming fears when embracing new experiences.

Through to 17th March 2019
at Esplanade Theatre Studio

1st March

Harry Potter Film Concert Series

Join Harry, Ron and Hermione on their third year at Hogwarts and cast spells with them against the soul-sucking dementors on a 40-foot screen at the Esplanade Theatre. Accompanied by the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra, the musical score from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban will come alive and so will the magic that leaves the tip of your wand.

Through to 02th March 2019
at Esplanade Theatre

9th March

Garden Beats

Come together with the community in this youthful and vibrant festival that celebrates hip music, international food and being eco-friendly. As a picnic and music festival, you are welcome to dance on the grass barefoot, play any of the many lawn games on hand or find your inner zen. As part of their green initiatives, the carbon neutral festival will have many talks and workshops centered around sustainable living and being environmentally conscious.

at Fort Canning Green

13th March

Gretel and Hansel

When baby Hansel was introduced to the family, Gretel soon discovers that her life is crumbling apart since he is the center of the attention and gets all the cuddles and kisses. On a trip to the dark forest, Gretel realises that she might have a chance to rid her little brother and end her problems. But will she do it? In this production based on the Brothers Grimm’s Fairy Tales, learn about sibling rivalry, family and courage in this heartfelt tale.

Through to 07th April 2019
at KC Arts Center – Home of SRT

20th March

Disney On Ice

Presents Mickey’s Super Celebration Come the March Holidays, Mickey and his friends, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy will enthral you as they show off their graceful dance moves while taking you on a trip through the memorable moments from their treasured tales. Accompanying Mickey would be the Disney Princesses of Moana and the royal sisters of Anna and Elsa from Frozen, as they bring all your favourite Disney stories to life, on ice.

Through to 24th March 2019
at Singapore Indoor Stadium

18th April

The Clairvoyants

You might end up puzzled, spellbound and amazed by the Clairvoyants who have sold out shows across the globe with their jaw-dropping illusions and magic masterpieces. Don’t blink as Thommy Ten and Amelie Van Tass will let you in on their world of magic and mentalism and show you their big bag of tricks that has astounded millions and more when they appeared on ‘America’s Got Talent’.

at the Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands

24th April

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

26th April

Ed Sheeran Divide World Tour 2019

Even when your legs don’t work like they used to before, get on your dancing shoes as Ed Sheeran is back with a new stadium headline show in Singapore. Since he first made waves on the radio with ‘Lego House’ in 2011, the singer-songwriter has granted us many other hits including ‘Perfect’, ‘Shape Of You’ and ‘Thinking Out Loud’. Be charmed, thrilled and entertained by his lovely tunes and you are welcome to sing and dance along!

at National Stadium

28th April

Metasprint Series Singapore

It is not too late to get your friends together and participate in the swim-bike-run trialthon by Metasprint. The trialthon will push you to your limits but with the festive atmosphere and the encouragement of your friends and family, you will discover that you have what it takes to reach the finish line.

at East Coast Park

30th April

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