Authors Posts by Mark & Sue Lim

Mark & Sue Lim

Mark & Sue Lim
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Mark & Sue Lim are the parents of two energetic boys who keep them on their toes. As parents, they hope their children will grow up to be joyful and secure individuals who make a difference. Mark, formerly a journalist as well as a policymaker in the youth sector, enjoys his work moulding minds in the fields of education and training. Sue is a full-time stay-at-home mum who also works part-time from home. She has worked as an educator and school counsellor. Mark & Sue are the authors of the blog Parenting on Purpose, which chronicles their parenting journey. If you would also like to contribute to Little Day Out, contact us at hello@littledayout.com.

Review of I Theatre’s Aesop’s Fables

“All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players; they have their exits and their entrances, and one man in...

Review of I Theatre’s Hop and Honk: What If…

What if you have the opportunity to transform your destiny? What if the choices that you make in life actually have the power to...

Review: Pigeon at the Wheel!

A review of “Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus”, a production by the UK-based Big Wooden Horse Company, presented by I Theatre in...

A New State of Fun for Young Families

Little Day Out waltzes into Sentosa’s VIP Party for the launch of its new media branding and presents a review of the new “State...

Review of Dotty the Dragon: Do You Believe in Dragons?

A review of “Dotty the Dragon”, a production by the UK-based Blunderbus Theatre Company. “Come to the Village,” said the man. “It’s a charming little...

Review of Under the Dragon Moon: The Jewel in the Tale

A review of “Under the Dragon Moon”, a production by Creative Edge, the youth training division of I Theatre. Legend spins the tale of two...

Review of I Theatre’s Spot the Difference: Spotting Differences and Celebrating...

“There are ten differences between these two pictures. See how many you can find.” Just like the picture puzzles we are all familiar with from...

Review of I Theatre’s Puss in Boots: Of Singing Cats and...

Imagine a French countryside resplendent in rolling hills, rushing streams and delightful mountains. In the glorious sunset, you can almost catch a glimpse of...

Behind The Scenes: Conversations with Bang Wenfu – Music from the...

Little Day Out has a chat with I Theatre's Puss in Boots’ songwriter Bang Wenfu, and gets into the groove of how music makes...

Tulipmania 2014: Getting Set to Bloom

A whiff of tulips from the land of windmills, canals and Rembrandt… Imagine a lovely walk along peaceful waters. The evening sun is just about...

Rapunzel: Let Down Your Hair!

A curious long-haired girl meets a Prince in Pyjamas. After an uneasy shaking of hands, the two begin a friendship that could change their...

Review of I Theatre’s The Ant and the Grasshopper: There is...

“There is a time for everything.” So sing the insects during the final song of the play. There is a time for working hard...

When Plants Get Hungry – Review of Gardens by the Bay’s...

A review of the Feed Me! series of workshops at Gardens by the Bay “Venus flytrap!” shouted the children. “Venus flytrap!” echoed our little son...

Annyeong – The Universal Language of Hello

"Annyeong!" Our little boy raced out of the lift with a bright smile on his face. He waved his hands in delight at the middle-aged...

SpongeBob’s Bouncy Christmas at Changi Airport

Imagine a cosy log cabin nestled deep in the snow. A warm fire is flickering; and all that you desire is a hot cup...

Hello Adam: Movement Rocks!

Say a big ‘Hello’ to Adam as he jumps, spins, rolls, leaps and bounces into your world! The Esplanade Presents PLAYtime! production Hello Adam is...

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