Broadway's smash hit, The Illusionists, returns to Singapore with an all new show and cast. This fast-paced, wildly entertaining show, featuring seven of the world's greatest magicians, broke box office records when it made its Broadway debut last year, and now returns with all-new mind-blowing magic, death-defying stunts and acts of breath-taking wonder. The New York Times calls it 'a high-tech magic extravaganza' and NY1 cheers, 'Awesome. A solid 10!' Come join the Eccentric, the Clairvoyants, the Escapologist, the Master Magician, the Alchemist and the Manipulator for a thrilling, mind-bending, jaw-dropping ride!
Shiro and Grandpa are the best of friends. However, Shiro is a special little dog with a magical secret that even Grandpa does not know about – Shiro can sniff out gold!
One day, Shiro surprises Grandpa with his secret. He leads Grandpa deep into the forest and straight to a pot of gold. But Grandpa’s greedy neighbour finds out about Shiro’s special gift and wants the dog all to himself!
What will happen to Shiro? Will Grandpa find out about his neighbour’s wicked plan in time?
A theatrical retelling of the popular Japanese folktale, Grandpa Cherry Blossom is a heartwarming tale of friendship, kindness and gratitude.
SCO’s popular annual Mother’s Day Concert returns this May with a night of heartwarming Chinese orchestral music dedicated to all mothers. Featuring SCO’s musicians including dizi Principal Yin Zhi Yang, yangqin Principal Qu Jian Qing, erhu Associate Principal Ling Hock Siang and guzhen musician Xu Hui, this concert promises an unforgettable Mother’s Day.
The Fullerton Heritage debuts with a music extravaganza presented by critically-acclaimed TENG ENSEMBLE entitled Where the River Always Flows. Free for public enjoyment, the outdoor performance is held at the historic Fullerton Square, known as Mile Zero of Singapore; a riveting spot where political rallies once took centre stage. TENG’s repertoire will include reinvented versions of well-loved folk songs such as Munnaeru Vaalibaa and Chan Mali Chan on traditional Chinese instruments and modern
Come down to Singapore's largest youth arts fair at Suntec City this 7-8 May! Featuring creators from Singapore and around the region, Doujin Market 2016 promises to be the biggest, most content-packed yet! Visitors can look forward to more than 100 exhibiting artists, the first Visual Novel Hub in the region, as well as a whole slew of seminars and workshops for aspiring creators. We promise that there'll be something for everyone at Doujin Market, so be sure to save the date!
Spend Mother’s Day with 70's diva, Maria Bachok and 80's heartthrob, Nassier Wahab as they perform popular hits in a special concert hosted by Hafeez Glamour. (Performed in Malay)
Under the sea, out on the farm and into the jungle, these terrific tales are woven together with live music, puppetry and a whole host of colourful characters from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s best-loved titles: Tiddler, Monkey Puzzle, The Smartest Giant in Town and A Squash and a Squeeze. Funky moves, toe tapping tunes and giggles are guaranteed!
World-class rugby hits fever pitch as 2016 Super Rugby rumbles into Singapore! Live the action as Japan’s Sunwolves takes on the South Africa’s giants Toyota Cheetahs, Vodacom Bulls and DHL Stormers at the National Stadium for the very first time!
Established in 1986, the Super Rugby competition has grown from a 6-team contest to 18 teams across 4 continents and 5 countries. With Japan’s mighty Sunwolves ready to ruck it out in the 2016 edition, get ready to see a dazzling style of attacking rugby against crunching defences – all in search for glory!
Catch the Sunwolves and DHL Stormers scrumming it out at the Singapore Sports Hub. Grab your tickets to the clash of the giants today!
Pulau Ubin is Singapore's last bastion of rural kampung life, just a bumboat ride away.
The annual Ubin Day gets a refresh this year with the five-week-long Pesta Ubin, featuring a series of activities organized by dedicated enthusiasts who are well-acquainted with life on the island.
The line-up of events includes walks, cycling and kayaking expeditions, exhibitions, talks and demonstrations.
Introduce your young ones to a magical Japanese tale told through colour, light and shadows.
A long, long time ago, an old woodcutter finds a baby girl in a shining bamboo stalk. He takes her home to his wife, they name Princess Kaguya, meaning 'shining beauty'. Together, they raise and love her as their own. The three live in happiness as the elderly couple watch her grow into an extremely beautiful young woman within a short period of time. Little do they know, Princess Kaguya is actually from the moon and her time with them is running out.