Weekend Picks: 27 – 28 Aug

Singapore Night Festival Invasion

Didn’t manage to cover everything you wanted at the Singapore Night Festival last weekend? Couldn’t squeeze in all the quality productions being staged? Well good news: Night Festival activities and the glut of quality theatre performances continues this weekend, so hurry on out the door to catch these exciting events taking place

 

1. Little Star

Till 11 Sept

Alliance Francaise Theatre

I Theatre’s brand new production for young ones is a highly visual and interactive treat. Exploring themes of family and home, the show uses minimal dialogue but loads of wonderful tunes and visuals to engage young audiences. Find out more, or go behind-the-scenes with us here.

Little Star

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2. Hansel & Gretel by Players Theatre

Till 4 Sept

Ulu Pandan Community Club Theatrette

Rediscover the classic Grimms fairytale with this dark and enchanting retelling by the Players Theatre. A cautionary tale of not judging a candy by its wrapper, its delicious visuals and scary-fun storyline will draw you deep down the forest path. Learn more.

The Players Theatre Hansel & Gretel

 

3. Imaginarium: Over the Ocean, Under the Sea

Till 28 Aug

SAM at 8Q

If you have yet to catch this wonderful children’s art exhibition, this weekend is your last chance. Featuring tactile and interactive works that encourage kids to explore and play, it aims to get visitors thinking about human impact on nature and how we can save the earth.

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4. Annie

24 Aug to 11 Sept

Grand Theatre, Marina Bay Sands

One of the best loved family musicals of all time gets a new spin in this update of the original Tony Award-winning classic. An uplifting story of a spirited young orphan’s rags-to-riches journey, its iconic tunes and just as iconic heroine will melt your heart. More info.

Annie the Musical

 

5. Singapore Night Festival 2016

Till 27 Aug

Bras Basah and Bugis precincts

This is the closing weekend of the now-renowned annual night festival. There are plenty of gorgeous and innovative performances and art installations lined up, but a must-see has to be the closing act Invasion, a awe-inspiring moving street spectacle that brings participants into a mythical world of magical creatures. Details.

Singapore Night Festival Invasion

 

6. The Three Little Pigs

Till 16 Sept

KC Arts Centre

This original adaptation of the classic tale is a funny, raucuous and music-filled ride designed to teach kids about the importance of hard work and perseverance. Learn more or read our review here.

SRT's The Three Little Pigs

 

7. PLAYtime! The Bird Who Was Afraid of Heights

Till 28 Aug

Esplanade

A mynah who’s scared of heights has to overcome his fears and embark on a brave mission when his best friend gets captured by the big black crow. Merging theatre, music and puppetry, this delightful play for kids aged two to four is also presented in a sensory-friendly format on selected dates. Find out more.

The Bird Who was Afraid of Heights

 

8. Picnic Under the Planets

27 Aug, 7 pm to 11:30 pm

Science Centre Singapore

This Saturday, the planets Venus and Jupiter are going to appear so close to each other that they’ll virtually look like one big bright star. To mark this rare event (the next conjunction is not due for nearly another 50 years), the Science Centre is holding a night-time picnic and viewing session rolled into one. Details.

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