Now that the exams are out of the way, there’s only one thing left to do and that’s have fun! And this weekend is jam-packed with great events and activities designed to help you do just that.
26 to 28 Oct
Every last weekend of the month, the Civic District comes alive amidst a flurry of quality arts programmes. In this installment, look forward to performances of different dance genres, a Halloween celebration at the Asian Civilisations Museum and more. Details.
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27 Oct, 4 pm to 11 pm
This Halloween, head to SAFRA Tampines to enjoy a back-to-back marathon of family-friendly spooky flicks. Find out more.
Till 30 Nov
KC Arts Centre
When Polly Piper discovers a doorway to a magical world filled with nursery rhyme characters, she must help to solve the mystery of why naughty crimes have sprung up everywhere. Join her on this colourful, thrilling adventure. More info.
25 Oct to 18 Nov
The Big Top, Bayfront Avenue
See death-defying acts, graceful acrobats, hilarious clowns and more at this heart-pounding family spectacular featuring top performers from Moscow and other circus capitals of the world. Learn more.
26 to 28 Oct
Civic District, Telok Ayer Street and Amoy Street
An extension of the Car-Free Sunday initiative, this inaugural event sees fun activities taking place over the whole weekend. Enjoy outdoor art installations, free trishaw rides, cultural performances, a movie screening and more. Details.
27 Oct, 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Relax under the stars with this movie screening organised by the Goethe-Institut. Part of the German Film Festival’s lineup, the film is based on a famous children’s book by the late German writer, James Kruss. More info.
26 Oct to 6 Nov, 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Hear the spooky story about the lost citizens of SpookyTown, and help the town’s Mayor Fabiola uncover the truth behind their disappearance and solve the mystery. Find out more.
Till 28 Oct, 4:30 pm to 11 pm
Gardens by the Bay
Catch neon light installations of Southeast Asia’s endangered native animals this weekend before this exhibition ends its run. The Singapore International Film Festival will also be screening two films about childhood and the coming of age. Learn more.