It’s shaping up to be one colourful weekend! Whether you’re into the arts, sciences, kungfu or even some slimy fun, there’s something exciting to cater for different likes and interests. We highlight some of the main events to check out.
13 to 24 July
MasterCard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands
You’ve seen their prowess in the movies. Now, you can catch the renowned Shaolin fighting monks live in action in this show that blends theatre and traditional martial arts. Featuring wowed incredible physical feats and beautifully choreographed lighting and sound, it’s one performance that will leave you breathless. More info.
15 to 17 July, 11 am to 10 pm
VivoCity Central Court
This three-day science carnival celebrates the latest developments and research in science and technology. Part of the three-week Singapore Science Festival, it’s a great chance for kids to see awesome science demos and have fun with hands-on experiments. Learn more.
16 July, 11:30 am to 12 pm
Tampines Regional Library
Get your kids interested in Mandarin through these fun and engaging storytelling sessions organised by the Chou Sing Chu Foundation. Suitable for children from age four to 10.
17 July, 7:15 pm & 8:30 pm
Esplanade Outdoor Theatre
Relax, enjoy the night breeze and let the SP Jazz Band wow you with a repertoire that features different eras and genres of jazz, from swing to fusion and R&B. Details.
16 to 17 July, 11 am to 7 pm
City Square Mall
Get set for some wild, wet, squishy fun at the fourth installment of this slime-fest! There are also meet-and-greets with popular Nickelodeon characters, game stations and goodie bags to look forward to. Find out more.
16 July, 8 pm to 10 pm
Singapore Chinese Orchestra Concert Hall
Immerse yourself in upbeat, lively tunes, as young musicians from the Singapore Chinese Orchestra showcase their talents in this annual concert.
15 July to 11 Aug, 10:30 am to 10:30 pm
Take a heartwarming walk down memory lane in this photo exhibition centred on our colourful and diverse heritage – everything dear to our hearts, from people and places to food and items. On display will be winning and selected entries from the Snapshots of Heritage Photography Competition.