With National Day just round the corner, start your celebrations now and paint the town red and white with these fab events this weekend!
1. Fantastic Mr Fox (Mandarin)
31 July to 13 Sept
KC Arts Centre
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The Little Company presents the Mandarin version of its hit production of Roald Dahl’s classic tale! Filled with action, humour, goodies and baddies, this is a show for kids of all ages. More info.
2. Footwork 2019
3 Aug to 29 Sept
In the lead-up to the Esplanade’s annual da:ns festival, sign up for a Footwork class with your kids or spouse and discover the joys of dancing. Find out more.
3. HomeTeamNS Street Food Festival 2019 – Great World Edition
2 to 4 Aug, 3 pm to 10 pm
Bukit Batok West Avenue 7
Step back through time to the good ‘ol days at this nostalgia-tinged food festival. Tuck into tasty street food and enjoy a relaxing kampong evening with the family. Details.
4. Musical Fantasia
3 Aug, 6 pm to 7 pm
Singapore Botanic Gardens
Hang out with friends and family while enjoying a wonderful repertoire of your favourite pop and movie music, presented by Juying Secondary School’s Symphonic Band. Details.
5. Families for Life National Day Picnic
3 Aug, 3:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Head down with the whole clan for this National Day-themed outing! Look forward to heaps of exciting programmes, from acrobatic kite performances and mass zumba to craft activities and fireworks preview. Learn more.
6. Orchid Extravaganza 2019: Our Singapop
Till 15 Sept, 9 am to 9 pm
Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay
See local landmarks and icons in vivid, colourful new light as singer-songwriter Dick Lee puts his creative spin on this orchid display. More info.
7. Local Favourites Sing-along
3 Aug, 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm
Esplanade Outdoor Theatre
Get into spirit of National Day with this sing-along of familiar local oldies, NDP songs and pop hits everyone loves. Find out more.
8. The wee Question Mark and the Mountain Movers
31 July to 11 Aug
The Theatre Practice’s popular wee Question Mark series returns with this family musical inspired by the Chinese saying “the fool moves the mountain”. A wacky but thought-provoking story for young audiences. Find out more.