WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? (22 – 24 DEC 2017)

Published on 21 December 2017

By MELANIE LEE

A MERRY LATECOMERS CHRISTMAS

21 – 23 Dec 2017, 8.30pm
The Merry Lion (8B Circular Road, #03-01)  

For some frolicking festive laughs, head down to the newest comedy club in town – The Merry Lion – where The Latecomers, a local improve troupe, will be there to tickle your funny bone. They will be playing “Whose Line Is It Anyway?”-style short-form improv games, serenade unsuspecting audience members, along with long-form improv inspired by audience’s stories. Everything is made up on the spot and each show is unique!

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KITARO: KOJIKI & THE UNIVERSE

Fri, 22 Dec 2017, 8pm
Mastercard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands

Legendary Japanese musician Kitaro is back for a live performance in Singapore! The Grammy and Golden Globe Award-Winning artist performs music from his latest album “Kojiki” with space age-inspired dance, making it a spectacular experience. He will also be performing his greatest hits during this concert. Incidentally, Kitaro’s latest album “Sacred Journey of Ku-Kai, Volume 5” was recently nominated for Best New Age Album at next year’s 60th Grammy Awards, earning Kitaro his 16th Grammy nomination.

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MESSIAH

Fri, 22 Dec 2017, 7.30pm
Esplanade Concert Hall

The Hallelujah Oratorio Society (HOS) celebrates its 40th anniversary by performing this classic oratorio with the Jakarta Festival Chorus and Gloria Dei Cantores under the direction of HOS music director Lee Chong Min. “Messiah” is an English-language oratorio composed by German-born English composer George Frideric Handel in 1741. It is his best-known work, and is inspired by a series of scriptural verses.

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ROCK ‘N’ ROLL MUSIC FESTIVAL 2017

Sat, 23 Dec 2017, 7pm
Kallang Theatre

Groove down memory lane at this one-night-only extravagant show by iconic local bands from the 1960s (e.g. The Silver Strings, Jerry & the Neufaces, The Dukes and The Easybeats) performing favourite ‘oldies’ such as “You are the Boy”, “Pretty Baby” and “Gadis Manis”. Make this an intergenerational family outing where the older generation can share nostalgic memories with the younger generation set to the soundtrack of Singapore pioneering pop music!

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TOMOKO KASHIKI

Till 3 Feb 2018
Ota Fine Arts (Blk 7 Lock Road, #02-13, Gillman Barracks)

The Kyoto-based artist will be presenting a solo exhibition of her recent works where inspiration is derived from the moment a certain word and image click together in her mind. Her art is characterised by dreamy, ambient scenery where the line between imagination and reality is blurred. Her work has been well-received globally for its intricate brushwork and unique use of linen stretched over a wooden panel.

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