WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? 22 – 24 JUNE 2018

Published on 20 June 2018

This week, get some top photography tips from the pros, take your kids on a hunt through Singapore’s history, or head down to the National Library to learn how books can contribute to your happiness!

Dance

Dance at Dusk (22-24 June)

Get grooving under the stars with this free-and-easy event! With bite-sized interactive segments in a relaxed atmosphere, there’s no easier way to experience quality contemporary dance.

For more information, click here.

 

Theatre

Chinatown Crossings (22 June-18 Aug)

Relive the childhood memories of Kunalan, an Indian man who grew up in Chinatown in the 1960s. Explore the back alleys of Kreta Ayer and the quaint district of Keong Saik through this colourful theatrical tour that brings us back to Singapore’s yesteryears.

For more information, click here.

 

Visual

ShootSIN 2018 (23-24 June)

Step up your photography game at this informative forum where budding enthusiasts, advanced amateurs and professionals get together. Join in photography seminars and live demos led by top professional photographers. Come away with tips and insights on how to improve your photography at these in-depth talks.

For more information, click here.

 

Family

Little Voyager! Heritage Hunt @ MHC (23-24 June)

Adventurous kiddos will have a blast with this heritage hunt! Sang Petualang (Little Voyagers) will be given their very own Heritage Hunt Backpacks that will contain survival essentials. They’ll learn to test their barter trade skills to get the best deals from local merchants and learn about how some Singaporeans used to live. Through this active workshop, kids will learn about the history of our little red dot.

For more information, click here.

 

Music

Enigma by Braddell Heights Symphony Orchestra (24 June)

Catch virtuosos in action at the Braddell Heights Symphony Orchestra’s annual symphonic masterworks concert! Gifted violinist Shan Yew will be presenting Elgar’s Enigma Variations & Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto, under the baton of Taiwanese Maestra Apo Hsu.

For more information, click here.

 

Literary

Readfest 2018 (22 – 24 June)

Readfest returns to the National Library for its fifth edition this weekend! What makes you happy? Can reading help you pursue happiness? Find out with this year’s “Pursuit of Happiness” theme and take part in bibliotherapy sessions, poetry workshops and café book sessions! Learn the art of the written and spoken word through this literary festival!

For more information, click here.

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