What’s On This Weekend: 9 to 11 November

Published on 7 November 2018

By Celine Chong

Let loose and embrace the weekend with festive lights, dance beats and familiar tunes.

Heritage

Little India Light Up

The Little India Deepavali Light Up promises to dazzle with its spectacular display of lights and vibrant street decor. Take a walk through the heritage-rich neighbourhood and don’t forget to snap pictures as keepsakes.

Details here.

Photo: Little India Shopkeepers and Heritage Association

Music

Happy Days – Favourite TV Themes

Relive the good old days of TV with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, under the baton of Gerard Salonga, as it plays theme songs from popular shows such as Hawaii 5-0, The X-Files and Friends.

Details here.

Photo: Singapore Symphony Orchestra

Music and Art

Neon Lights Festival 2018

Live it up at this outdoor music and arts festival featuring top acts such as Interpol and YUNA. There are also art performances and workshops on the side.

Details here.

Image credit: Neon Lights

Music

Concerts For Children

Parents eager to introduce their young ones to the pleasure of music can do so at these concerts, specially designed for babies, through to children aged 12. The 50-minute sessions promise fun and learning with international artists and an experienced facilitator.

Details here. 

Photo: Tang Tee Khoon Grand Series

Performing Arts

One Voice: The Best of ASEAN Performing Arts 2018

Discover the artistic and cultural diversity of Southeast Asia through performances by the region’s leading singer-songwriters, including Clara Benin (Philippines), Tim De Cotta (Singapore), and Yangon NUAC Ensemble (Myanmar). The event is part of the Singapore Writers Festival 2018.

Details here.

Photo: National Arts Council

Visual Art

Embodiment | Sentience

Get up-close with the intimate charcoal drawings by the late Singapore artist Teng Nee Cheong at this exhibition. Teng, who was known for his oil and pastel paintings, seldom exhibited his deeply personal charcoal works.

Details here.

Photo: The Private Museum

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