At a loss for what to do this weekend? Not to worry, we’ve done the homework for you and rounded up some of the fun, exciting things going on that the whole family can enjoy together.
21 Nov to 6 Dec
School of the Arts Drama Theatre
I Theatre brings back its hit production about a mouse, a farmer and an enormous turnip, which completely sold out during its initial run in 2013. Designed for younger audiences, with cute characters and fun songs, the play’s mix of music, puppetry and theatre magic guarantees a great time for everyone. Hear from the cast and crew in our behind-the-scenes interview, or read our review here. Get the The Enormous Turnip Printables – Fun Activity Pack and more from Little Day Out Shop too!
27 Nov to 12 Dec
Night Safari Singapore
For a limited period, the Night Safari has been transformed into a wilderness wonderland full of mystical magic. Featuring breathtaking light ray performances, fire-eating displays and ceremonial dances, it’s an unforgettable way to discover the animals of the night. Admission is time-based and you should book online to avoid disappointment. More details here.
5 Dec, 10:30 am to 2:30 am
Red Cross Campsite
Do a good deed and snag some great bargains for yourself when you head down to this Red Cross sale. Pre-loved strollers, apparel and toys are all up for grabs, so don’t miss this chance.
5 Dec, 11 am and 11:30 am
Various GV cinemas
Monster school is now in session, as Count Drac and his bunch of bumbling ragtag friends try to teach his half-human grandson some monster ways. Priced at just $6 a ticket, admission is free for babies and toddlers under 90 cm in height, and you can also purchase kiddie combos for just $4. Details about session times here.
27 Nov to 3 Jan, 4 pm till midnight
Supertree Grove, The Meadow & The Flower Dome
Get into the Christmas spirit with Singapore’s largest yuletide fair. Admire the Italian Luminarie light sculptures, browse and snack at the European style festive market, watch the kids have fun on the carnival rides or enjoy performances and storytelling, there’s plenty to see and do!
20 Nov to 12 Dec
Drama Centre Theatre
The classic tale by Hans Christian Anderson takes on a cheeky new spin and some local flavour in this Wild Rice musical. When the vain emperor celebrates 50 years of his reign with a National Dress Parade but neglects his people, two troublesome tailors step in to teach him a lesson.
3 to 16 Dec, 10 am to 5 pm
It’s a little melting pot of all things festive and nice. Find great gifts among products from all over the world, enjoy some gourmet treats, learn some interesting things from guest speakers while the little ones have fun with the kids activities lined up.