With National Day just around the corner, everyone’s gearing up for a (sort of) long weekend of fun! Get in the mood with these great events and performances taking place. Here’s Little Day Out’s Weekend Picks: 6 – 7 August 2016!
4 Aug to 16 Sept
KC Arts Centre
This original adaption puts a new spin on the familiar tale, featuring superstar piglets, their devoted single-parent mum and a misunderstood wolf. Funny and highly entertaining, it’s a great show for kids aged three and up. More info.
4 to 7 Aug
Kids or teens with a taste for romance and gothic drama are in for a treat with this modern update of the classic fairy tale. Featuring the supernatural, fairies and even vampires, this lavish dance production will take your breath away. Find out more.
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6 Aug, 4 pm to 7 pm
Mount Faber Loop
It’s the first time that Mount Faber Loop will be turned into a car-free zone, so head on down to enjoy some fresh air and outdoor activities! Get in the groove with percussion performers, explore the art of dance painting, take part in a mass dance class and more. Details.
6 to 9 Aug, 12 pm to 9 pm
Play, learn, eat and bond at this family carnival! From a bouncy castle and big carnival swing to games, craft activities, educational exhibits and yummy local delights, there’s everything you need for a great family day out. Learn more.
6 Aug, 6 pm to 7 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
To mark our nation’s 51st birthday, the Singapore Chinese Orchestra will be performing a repertoire of music by local composers, centred on a national theme. Enjoy familiar tunes like national day songs, TV theme songs and even a piece featuring an excerpt of a speech by the late Mr Lee Kuan Yew.
5 to 9 Aug
Enjoy a wide assortment of local treats, artisanal products and other specialty goods at this bustling bazaar curated by Singapore-based online shopping hub, LalooLalang. Find out more.
7 to 9 Aug
Let cardboard sculptor, Bartholomew Ting, show you how to turn ordinary cardboard into a giant work of art through creativity and teamwork. Participation is free but spaces are limited for each session so do be there early to register. Details.
6 to 9 Aug
Resorts World Sentosa Theatre
Join this beloved little porcine as she and her friends race to fix a leaky nursery roof! Filled with singing, dancing, games and muddy puddles, this interactive performance is something the whole family can enjoy. Learn more.
7 Aug, 6 pm to 7 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Pack a picnic basket, gather family and friends, and settle back to enjoy an evening of well-loved classics and Broadway hits performed by the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, ranging from Swan Lake to The Sound of Music.