What’s On This Weekend: 19 to 23 September

Published on 19 September 2018

By Celine Chong

Dial up the excitement this weekend with free music, theatre and art shows that will delight the young and young-at-heart.


Which Way? This Way!

This free children’s play, about the adventures of a group of students who must find their way out of a forest, is recommended for those aged 7 to 10. It is performed by senior theatre students from the School of the Arts, and staged at Goodman Arts Centre.

Details here.

Photo credit: School of the Arts, Singapore

Visual Art

Art After Dark

Party the night away with art at the Art After Dark festival at Gillman Barracks. Expect live performances and interactive art experiences that will awaken your senses.

Details here.

Photo credit: The National Arts Council


Ann Hussein and Mat Jiwa

Feel young again as homegrown talents Sheila De Niro and Ann Hussein, from the famed pop-rock band Gingerbread, belt out all-time Malay hits, including Mat Jiwa Jiwa and Ku Cari Damai Di Hati. This free performance at the National Library Building is part of the Silver Arts festival, which celebrates seniors and creative ageing.

Details here.

Photo credit: The National Arts Council


Utter Redux 2018: The Bigger Picture

Discover the best of Singapore writing and its potential to be adapted into film at this one-day conference, co-presented by the Singapore Writers Festival and Sinema Media. The programme includes workshops, discussions, and film screenings.

Details here.

Photo credit: Singapore Writers Festival

Visual Art

Intriguing Uncertainties

Tap into your creative side at this free exhibition at the Parkview Museum. It features drawings by more than 40 contemporary artists from around the world, including famed Chinese artist Qiu Zhijie.

Details here.

Photo credit: The Parkview Museum Singapore

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