Pack your hat and shades and head out into nature this weekend, whether it’s to the gardens, the beach or the wetlands. It’s also a time for unique arts performances, so be sure to catch these eye-openers.
1. Singapore Dance Theatre’s 30th Anniversary Gala Performance
27 to 28 July
NINJA CHALLENGE: Bring your A-game for a Day of Sporty Fun at this Mall
In celebration of its 30th anniversary, the SDT presents fabulous repertory of ballet works, including the world premiere of Timothy Harbour’s Linea Adora which was created specially to mark the occasion. Learn more.
2. Tales of Grimmsneyland
27 July to 5 Aug
This multi-dimensional and interactive theatre experience catering specifically for young audiences is the first of its kind here. Move through different rooms and become a part of the story. More info.
3. Symphony In The Gardens – A Straits Times Concert In The Gardens
29 July, 6:15 pm to 7:15 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Indulge in an evening of beautiful and exciting classical compositions with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Find out more.
4. Mangrove Day at Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Sungei Buloh Wetland Reserve
Head to the Reserve this Saturday and join in its celebrations for Mangrove Day. Look forward to craft activities and specimen booths, nature talks and a newly launched “Mangrove Goodies” guided walk.
5. Singapore Garden Festival 2018
Till 3 Aug, 10 am to 10 pm
Gardens by the Bay
It’s flower power at its most impressive as the Gardens go into full bloom with spectacular garden designs and floral creations. There are also learning opportunities in store for young ones. Find out more.
6. Car-Free Sunday
29 July, 8 am to 12 pm
Get active and enjoy a morning of fresh air and fun, healthy activities in the beautiful Civic District. There are loads of sports, arts and cultural programmes lined up for the whole family, as well as playgrounds, workshops and walks. More info.
7. Pasir Ris Beach Arts Festival 2018: Neverland
28 July, 5 pm to 9 pm
Pasir Ris Beach
Themed “Neverland”, this experiential arts festival features various interactive art stations, live band performances and more. Details.
8. Imaginary Box: A Puppet Theatre Performance
29 July, 2 pm to 3 pm
Woodlands Regional Library
Learn about the culture, traditions and folk tales of Laos as its stories are brought to life by deaf performers from Khaoniew, a Laotian puppet theatre group. More info.
9. The Clever Tailor
28 July, 3 pm to 4 pm
Marine Parade Public Library
Sit down to a storytelling and craft session together with author Srividhya Venkat as she shares her new book, The Clever Tailor. Learn more.