Holed up at home to prep for the year-end tests and exams? Well don’t forget to step out now and then for a breather. Check out these programmes if you could do with a little R&R.
1. Lost and Found
28 to 30 Sept
SOTA Drama Theatre
EXPECTING SOON?: Read This as You Prepare for Baby's Arrival
Based on Oliver Jeffers’ international bestseller, this tale of a little boy who sets out in a rowboat to take a lost penguin home to the South Pole will delight young ones and adults alike. Learn more.
2. Family Fun at the National Museum
29 Sept, 10 am to 7 pm
Coinciding with the closing weekend of the museum’s The More We Get Together exhibition, this edition of Family Fun is themed “Vroom, vroom, vroom!” and features activities like making your own pop-up car, storytelling and art jamming. Details.
3. Peter and the Starcatcher
28 Sept to 20 Oct
Drama Centre Theatre
Witty, exciting and heartwarming, this Tony Award-winning musical serves as a prequel to the Peter Pan legend and has been specially adapted to an Asian setting. Embark on this adventure and rediscover the magic and power of childhood. More info.
4. Wind Walkers: Theo Jansen’s Strandbeests
Till 30 Sept, 10 am to 7 pm
If you have yet to see Dutch sculptor Theo Jansen’s incredible giant moving creations that fuse engineering, art and science, this weekend’s your last chance before the exhibition ends its run so don’t miss it! Find out more.
5. One Kind of Science Musical
28 Sept to 6 Oct
Science Centre Singapore
A collaboration between the Science Centre and the Singapore Kindness Movement, this original musical sets out to illustrate kindness in simple scientific ways. Learn more.
6. Archifest 2018
28 Sept to 10 Oct
Though most of its programmes, talks and workshops are intended for adults, the festival also features some activities for kids and families designed to foster an interest in architecture and design. Details.
7. Spooky Seas: Meet the Quirky
Till 28 Oct, 10 am to 7 pm
See some of the rarest and most bizarre marine animals you can imagine, whether it’s the Tasselled Wobbegong Shark or the Vampire Fish. More info.