WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? 15-17 June 2018

Published on 14 June 2018

This week, witness the beauty of song and music at the Ensemble Songbook, get jiggy with the kids at fun dance workshops, or hear the stories of a playwright’s actual grandfather’s road, all happening this weekend!

Music

Ensemble Songbook: SYC Ensemble Singers x Turning Point Ensemble (Canada) – 17 June

Modern meets medieval at this unique music mash-up between The Singapore Youth Choir and Canada-based Turning Point Ensemble. Bringing together 20th-century repertoire with contemporary works, the Turning Point Ensemble will make your heart sing for joy with their beautiful melodies and sounds.

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Dance/Workshop

Footwork: Parents & Kids

Get moving with your kids and take part in this 1-hour workshop by da:ns festival with your kids! Perform choreographed moves together with your little ones and learn popular dance movements from the experts. Fall in love with the art of dance together as a family and make some unforgettable memories!

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Visual

Pameran Poskad (15-24 June)

Small in size, big on fun! See postcard-sized artworks from people of all walks of life! From artists to engineers and even postcards from little children, admire this massive collection of public art and be inspired to make your own!

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Theatre

My Grandfather’s Road (14-17 June)

“Your grandfather’s road ah?” is a phrase most commonly uttered by irate road users. Well, for director and writer Neo Kim Seng, his grandfather actually has a road named after him.

Take a trip down memory lane this weekend with Kim Seng’s personal recounts of his carefree childhood days on Neo Pee Teck Lane, and watch Singapore’s heritage come back to life through these nostalgic tales.

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Theatre

Sights and Sounds of Chinese Opera

Witness the beauty of one of the world’s oldest dramatic art forms at the Chinese Theatre Circle! Indulge in a Chinese Opera performance while you have dinner every Friday and Saturday at various timings, or enjoy a more informal session with karaoke at their teahouse.

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