What’s On This Weekend: 28 to 30 September

Published on 26 September 2018

By Celine Chong

Start your countdown to the weekend: scroll down for award-winning theatre acts and craft workshops that will charm the young, as well as the child in you.


Peter And The Starcatcher

This heartwarming prequel to the well-loved legend of Peter Pan upends the classic with a Singaporean twist, but it remains full of wit and wonder. A dozen actors, including theatre veteran Adrian Pang, will play more than 100 unforgettable characters in the mystical world of mermaids, pirates and mythical sea creatures.

Details here.

Photo credit: Pangdemonium


Earth Day Everyday

Plant a seed of change this weekend: bring your little ones to this creative workshop on art and recycling for children ages 4 and up. The workshop will discuss recycling and nature through fun ways such as storytelling and art-making.

Details here.

Photo credit: Arts of a Sudden


Resonates With: The Philharmonic Winds

Be swept off your feet by the swelling melodies of a mass clarinet choir performing free at the National Gallery Singapore. The choir comprises Singapore’s premier wind orchestra, the Philharmonic Winds, as well as talented clarinettists from schools and the community. The choir will be performing Modeste Mussorgsky’s famed composition, Pictures at an Exhibition.

Details here.

Photo credit: National Gallery Singapore


Arts x Fashion With Tell Your Children

Find out how you can be inspired by the everyday, including fashion and art around you, at this free talk by the bright minds behind the creative studio, Tell Your Children, which has collaborated with brands such as Uniqlo, Levi’s and New Balance.

Details here.

Photo credit: Tell Your Children


Classics Of Yesteryear

Hear the talented classical string group T’ang Quartet perform popular tunes from the 1960’s and 1970’s with a modern twist. Listen out for evergreens such as Bengawan Solo and songs from The Beatles. 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: Oliver Cruciata

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