WHAT’S ON THIS WEEKEND? (20 – 22 OCT 2017)

Published on 19 October 2017



Till Wed, 3 Jan 2018
Esplanade Tunnel

This group exhibition is part of the 15th anniversary celebrations of Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay, and features the works of 38 Singapore artists who have journeyed with the centre these past 15 years. They were invited to each create a unique piece of work measuring 80cm x 80cm. The works will be up for public auction from 19 Oct – 19 Nov, and the proceeds will go towards Esplanade’s free programmes.

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Till Sat, 21 Oct 2017
SOTA Drama Theatre

Catch this hilarious jukebox musical before it ends its run! This hit play has been given a local twist by Bengamin “Mr Miyagi” Lee as it chronicles the life of a group of 90-something retired actors living in a nursing home. This production celebrates the 10th anniversary of Sing’Theatre, and stars well-loved local thespians such as Karen Tan, Tan Kheng Hua, Suhaimi Yusof, Ebi Shankara and Hossan Leong.

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Till Sun, 28 Oct 2017
Malay Heritage Centre

The Malay CultureFest features a variety of performances, talks, workshops, trails and movie screenings focusing on the culture of the wider Malay Nusantara (archipelago). This year’s theme is on adat (customs and traditions). This weekend’s free programmes include “Craft-efact! Make Your Own Bugis Jewellery” workshop and “Amanca Ugi: Bugis Silat Demo”. Don’t miss out on their latest exhibition on the local Bugis community too!

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20 – 22 OCT 2017
Esplanade Recital Studio

Catch the next generation of local dance talents in action with this presentation of short dance pieces from local and international choreographers. These dancers hail from LASALLE College of the Arts, which is known for producing performers who expand and challenge the boundaries of dance, as well as Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, which is known for their distinctive conservatory-style training and contemporary outlook.

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20 – 22 Oct 2017, various timings
Victoria Theatre

The Finger Players restages Chong Tze Chien’s reflective play on death and bereavement.  The synopsis is as follows: A father commits suicide, his wife grieves, his mother laughs, because death is merely a joke, while his 8-year-old daughter wonders, “When is life worth living; when is death worth celebrating?” As cryptic as this sounds, Poop! is considered one of The Finger Players’ best work.

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