This weekend, don’t miss the chance to catch a quality stage production, or go for a concert by a unique orchestra. Alternatively, head outdoors to see an art-inspired floral spectacle, or enjoy some wet-and-wild fun.
2 April, 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm
University Cultural Centre
Catch this amazing concert by Singapore’s largest inclusive orchestra, as musicians with and without special needs perform a diverse repertoire of dance music from across different cultures. Learn more.
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2 April, 9 am to 6 pm
Have a great, big splashy time on Singapore’s longest street water slide, plus enjoy interactive games and more at this event which aims to raise awareness about daily health. Details.
Till 2 April
It’s a nursery rhyme world like you’ve never seen before. With sophisticated puppetry and special effects, enchanting tunes and a touching storyline about the bond between a child and his grandfather, this musical promises to be an eye-opener. Find out more.
1 April to 7 May, 9 am to 9 pm
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
This edition of the Gardens’ tulip exhibition takes inspiration from famous Dutch painter Vincent van Gogh. See some of his most iconic works recreated with vivid-coloured tulips in this amazing floral art gallery. More info.
1 to 2 April, 10 am to 6 pm
Tan Boon Liat Building
Lovers of all things vintage and collectible knick-knacks should really check out this pop-up market, which has curated a quality assortment of vintage fashion, homeware, decor, and even vinyl and books. Learn more.
Till 4 April
Ulu Pandan Community Theatrette
The beloved children’s book comes to life in this interactive musical that’s packed with quirky humour and a dose of cheeky irreverence. Great entertainment the whole family can enjoy. Find out more.
Till 9 April
City Square Mall
The holidays are over, but you can still have a spot of fun at this little fiesta. There are kid-friendly rides, inflatables, carnival games and even mini robot rides inside the mall. Details.