Museum exhibitions and concert performances, mega barbecues and nostalgic old-school joys. With such a wide range of fun and educational activities taking place, this weekend’s shaping up to be a real treat!
21 to 23 April, 6 pm to 11 pm
The stars overhead, sea breeze in your hair, live music in your ears…and Singapore’s longest BBQ pit serving up a scrumptious range of grilled cuisine. This is the life. Find out more.
22 April to 23 July
Asian Civilisations Museum
Dig the lush costumes and sets you see on historical period K-dramas? Be among the first to catch the real things at this exhibition on furniture, fashion and art from Korea’s last dynasty. More info.
22 to 23 April, 11 am to 6 pm
Get set to reminisce, relive and recollect the good ol’ days of the ’70s and ’80s at this retro-themed open house party. A great opportunity for parents to introduce their kids to the games, treats and activities of yesteryear. Details.
Till 8 Oct, 10 am to 7 pm
Singapore Philatelic Museum
Easter might be over, but doesn’t mean beautifully-crafted eggs are out of the picture. See historical and valuable eggs such as Faberge creations and Russian imperial porcelain eggs at this showcase of artistry.
23 April, 3 pm to 4 pm
Esplanade Concert Hall
Catch the Esplanade’s pipe organ in action, accompanied by a chamber choir, soprano and baritone. There are also post-concert pipe-organ tours available if you’d like to experience the instrument up close. Find out more.
22 to 23 April, 7 pm to 8 pm
In conjunction with Singapore Maritime Week, local arts and culture non-profit Global Cultural Alliance will be putting on this original musical tale about one young woman’s connection with the sea. Free admission. More info.
Till 23 April, 11 am to 9 pm
Level 1 Main Atrium, Plaza Singapura
Haven’t had a chance to visit KidZania? Now KidZania comes to you, in this pop-up showcase that gives kids the chance to experience some of the role-play facility’s regular activities. Details.
21 to 23 April, 3 pm to 11 pm
Bayfront Event Space